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Arabic Alphabet Book

Alif Baa Taa, Learning My Arabic Alphabet is a children's book geared towards introducing the Arabic alphabet, with beautiful, modern. Learn the Language of the Quran with My Arabic Alphabet Book! Have fun teaching your child the Arabic alphabets. Book has hard durable pages with full color. Learn the Language of the Quran with My Arabic Alphabet Book! Have fun teaching your child the Arabic alphabets. Book includes the complete 28 Arabic.

These parts are only written at the end of words, and a few of them are optional. Look at the picture above. These extra parts have been cut off and brightened so you can see the important part of each letter. Without the extra parts, you see what letters look like at the beginning of words. Some letters[ edit ] In the picture before the one above, there were some letters that didn't seem to have any extra parts. Some don't. These don't connect to letters after them—connecting them to letters after them would make words very difficult to read, and is not allowed. We boxed these letters in the picture directly above.

This comes from calligraphy, Arabic has an incredibly rich calligraphic history. There are even more shortcuts mainly ligatures that we will cover later.

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Just in case you didn't notice, Arabic is written and read from right to left. The Arabic alphabet is very focused on representing sounds. Some of the sounds may be hard to distinguish for English speakers.

See Arabic sounds and Wikipedia:Arabic Alphabet for more details on sounds. The alphabet does not have capital letters letters especially designed for names or certain grammar cases. But the way letters are written does depend on the location of the letter in a word.

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A letter at the beginning of a word initial is often written slightly different from the same letter at the ending of a word final , or somewhere in between medial. Arabic is written from right to left. In Arabic short vowels are generally not written.

Arabic letters change their shape according to their position in a word. Let's go through these points in more detail. The Arabic alphabet contains 28 letters.

This means that the Arabic alphabet contains only two more letters than the English alphabet 26 letters. However, unlike English, the Arabic letters are always pronounced in the same way. In English the letter "c" is sometimes pronounced like an "s" ceasar and sometimes like a "k" cucumber. Or, to take another example, "gh" is sometimes pronounced "f" enough and sometimes pronounced "g" ghost. In Arabic, the letters always retain their sound.

English, of course, is written from left to right like this.

There are three short vowels in Arabic: a short "u" as in "look" , a short "a" as in "can" and a short "i" as in "with". Usually these short vowels are simply omitted in writing.

My Arabic Alphabet Book

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