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Learn Arabic – Arabic Alphabet Made Easy – Review, and the 3 Basic Voweling Signs

Learn Arabic – Arabic Alphabet Made Easy – Review, and the 3 Basic Voweling Signs


in the last lesson
we introduced two letters of the first group that look alike rah and Zane if
you’ve been practicing I’m sure you’re doing a great job this lesson will be a
great chance for you to review all the letters we learned so far let’s practice
together first we’ll review the basic rules in the series we’ve classified the
Arabic alphabet into two groups the first one is the group of the letters
with counterparts in English language the second one is the group of the
letters that don’t have counterparts in English that means there will be a bit
more challenging to pronounce but remember practice makes perfect
letters of the Arabic alphabet have four ways to connect to the letters before
and after them isolated initial medial and final however there are letters that
don’t follow that rule and only have two forms of connection they are and F del
val da Zayn Wow now let’s review the letters we’ve
learned so far in the first lesson we learn Aleph and noon they are the
letters you need to form the word Anna meaning the pronoun I first we have
Aleph here’s the isolated form and here’s the final form
Alif only has two forms as we’ve already explained before now let’s review noon
isolated initial
me do and final
that’s it for the first lesson did you remember that the initial form of Aleph
is the same as the isolated form and the medial form is the same as the final
form now let’s move on to the next lesson in the second lesson we learned
by that and that first we have back isolated
initial medium
final then there’s that isolated
initial medium
final finally we have that isolated
initial me do
final that’s it for lesson 2 their shapes look like a boat remember next
let’s review lesson 3 in the third lesson we learn three more letters that
look alike g m– hat and ha here’s g m– isolated
initial me do
final now let’s check how isolated
initial me do
I know finally we have her isolated
initial me do
final that’s it for lesson 3 next let’s review
lesson 4 in the fourth lesson we learned del and Val first we have the del
isolated and initial medial and final
now let’s check the Val isolated and initial
medial and final that’s it for lesson for these letters
are two of the six which only have two forms
finally let’s review lesson five in the fifth lesson we learned da and Zayn
these two letters also have only two forms first we have rap isolated initial
medial final then there’s Zane isolated initial
medial final and that’s the end of our review for the
first five lessons did you remember most of them keep practicing and you’ll get
better in no time now we’ll continue with some Arabic writing rules to be
able to read Arabic correctly you also need to master the volume system of the
Arabic language rolling signs are marks above or beneath the letter that adds a
vowel sound to that letter however vowels and the warning signs are
pronounced shorter than the actual vowels let’s see the three basic vowel
signs when used with bat first here’s the Fattah the pronunciation will now be
but next this is a kisara this is now pronounced as B and finally here’s the
dama it changes the pronunciation to boo now
let’s practice writing and pronouncing these basic Valentines ah brother f what sister Oh Jett grandfather Jed and uh I ana anta you anta fouling is very important because
it can change a words meaning for example here are two words that have the
same letters but are pronounced differently and have different meanings
because of the difference in vowing have means hot while hot means free there are
other vowing signs in Arabic but they aren’t as common as the three basic
signs we learned in this lesson we’ll go back to them in the next review lesson
now it’s time for Carol’s tips the concept of vowing might feel a bit
unnatural to non-native speakers however Arabic learners need Welling to be able
to read correctly especially when faced with new words native speakers don’t
need fouling because they know the words and how they’re pronounced already make
sure you master the three signs we learned in this lesson
they will help you read faster and more correctly good luck that’s it for this
lesson I hope this has helped you memorize the letters we’ve learned so
far and get a feel of how the volleying system in Arabic works you did a great
job in the next obsidian made easy lesson we learn two more letters of the
first group that look alike see you then Salam

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