September 2, 2019 0

Learn Arabic – Arabic Alphabet Made Easy – Jim, Ha, and Kha


Allen become a macaron welcome to Arabic
bog 101.com of Judea made easy the fastest easiest and most fun way to
learn the Arabic alphabet the ABS ADEA in the first two lessons we covered the
five letters a live noon but the Alpha in the Arabic alphabet now we’re going
to take a look at some Arabic letters that are slightly more difficult to
pronounce I’ll try to explain them in a simple way ready to go let’s get started
in this lesson we learn how to read and write three letters that look alike
writing them should be easy but pronouncing them is the most challenging
part our first letter is g m– this one is easy to pronounce it’s somewhere
between a G and a J depending on the accent
for example Standard Arabic Syrian or Egyptian in Standard Arabic and Syrian
Arabic it should sound like the J in the word jam while in Egyptian Arabic it
sounds like the G in the word game they’re both quite easy to pronounce
though now let’s hand write the isolated form g m– here are the initial medial and final
versions of zeem now we’ll write them gene you the second letter we learn in this
lesson is hat as you can see it looks like the g m– but without the dot in
the hook but of course it doesn’t sound like it hat is the first letter of the
second group meaning that it has no counterpart in English it sounds like
the sound you make when trying to cool your mouth and throat after eating
something very spicy the closest English counterpart to the
sound is H the only difference is that it comes from a point deeper down in
your throat just like this try it yourself
here’s how to write the isolated version have here are the initial medial and final
versions of half now will write them have you the last letter we learn here is the ha
this letter like the Hat has no English counterpart ha is the sound some people
make when they laugh it’s also similar to the sound people make when they snore
according to phonetic charts hat is pronounced in a deeper part of the
throat than fat listen and repeat ha ha both ha and hat
have no English counterparts they’re a bit tricky to pronounce so let’s
practice these two letters in some words first a word which has hat is head head
means cheek in English and one that has hat is had hat means limit can you hear
the difference between head and head it might take some time before you can hear
the differences clearly so don’t worry about it too much
here’s how to write the isolated version ha like it’s two friends it has three other
forms initial medial and final now we’d write them you let’s learn a word using some of these
letters – repeat after me pash pash means crown that’s that in the initial
form I live in the final form and jeem in the isolated form disconnected from
the Aleph be for it because as we learned in the first lesson The Aleph
connects differently now let’s try writing it – first write the tab the
boat connected to the Aleph the two dots then the g m– in the isolated form nice
work now it’s time for Carol’s tips you may
feel that Arabic cursive is difficult and has a lot of rules it might feel
foreign at first but you’ll get used to it if you start reading written Arabic
frequently practice writing some words from the letters we’ve learned so far
try the following NASA ha meaning to succeed Jen meaning side has meaning
pilgrimage good job well that’s all for this lesson we’ll continue next time
with a few more letters that look alike don’t worry next lessons letters are
very easy to pronounce I’ll see you in the next of Geagea made easy lessons
salam

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