In lesson 2 I introduced four new letters: Geem, Ḥa, Kha and Dal Lesson 2: The Arabic Alphabet: Geem, Ḥa, Kha and Dal Video to Lesson 2 Now it is time to practice the new letters. You can find the complete worksheet as pdf here: worksheet2 Advertisements
In Lesson 2 you learnt four new letters: Lesson 2: The Arabic Alphabet: Geem, Ḥa, Kha and Dal In my youtube video you can watch all the examples again:
In this lesson, you will learn the next four letters of the Arabic alphabet: Geem, ḥa, Kha and Dal. Geem In Egyptian Arabic the „geem“ letter is pronounced like „g“ in game. In other dialects it might be softened to „j“ like in jar. It is a joined letter and has a dot underneath….
In the first lesson, we learnt the first four letters of the Arabic alphabet: Lesson 1: The Arabic Alphabet: Alif, Ba, Ta and Tha Video to Lesson 1: Learn to read and write arabic Now it is time for some handwriting practice: You can download the full worksheet as pdf here: worksheet1 Source: Naglaa…
In my last post I gave you an introduction to the Arabic alphabet with the first four letters, alif, ba, ta and tha: Lesson 1: The Arabic Alphabet: Alif, Ba, Ta and Tha In this video you can find some further information about our last lesson:
Learn to read and write any Arabic word in only 7 lessons! In this lesson we start with the first four letters of the Arabic alphabet: Alif, ba, ta and tha. But first some general information: The Arabic scribt The Arabic script is one of the most widely used writing systems in the world….
Egyptian Arabic is the language spoken by the most contemporary Egyptians. Locally it is more commonly known as the Egyptian colloquial language or Egyptian dialect. With more then 80 million people, Egypt has one of the largest single country populations in the Arab world. Even so, Egypt’s cultural and linguistic influence far outranges its size….