Arabic Language

The Arabic Alphabet (4)

In the previous lesson, you came to know how the first fifteen Arabic letters are joined to other letters. You also learned that there are six letters that never join to letters that follow them. They are ا, د, ذ, ر, ز, …

The Arabic Alphabet (3)

Arabic is a cursive language; its letters must be joined to form words. This entails that they change their shapes. The change in shape is not straightforward, as a letter can have three different shapes: one at the begi…

The Arabic Alphabet (2)

In the previous lesson, you learned the Arabic Alphabet and their pronunciation which varies according to the short vowel (i.e. al-Harakah al-qaSiirah) that accompanies them. For example, the letter ل can be pronounced a…

The Arabic Alphabet (1)

The Arabic Alphabet The Arabic Alphabet comprises twenty-eight letters. All these letters are consonants. Besides the [alif] ا and the [alif al-madd] آ, the Arabic Alphabet  has thirty letters. Here is a list of these s…
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