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Arabic Alphabet Pronunciation

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    1. Arabic Letters: Alif, Baa, Taa, & Tha
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    Interested in learning to speak Arabic? In this lesson, learn the basic principles of pronouncing Arabic and the first four letters of the alphabet.

    Interested in learning to speak Arabic? In this lesson, learn the basic principles of pronouncing Arabic and the first four letters of the alphabet.

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    2. Arabic Letters: Jiim, Haa, and Kha
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    In this lesson, learn how to handwrite, print, and pronounce the jiim (ج), haa (ح), and kha (خ) letters in Arabic. Join in to start flexing your Arabic skills!

    In this lesson, learn how to handwrite, print, and pronounce the jiim (ج), haa (ح), and kha (خ) letters in Arabic. Join in to start flexing your Arabic skills!

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    3. Arabic Letters: Daal, Thaal, Ra, Zaay
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    Learn how to write and pronounce the Arabic letters daal (د), thaal, (ذ), ra (ر), and zaay (ز), and pick up a few new Arabic vocabulary words.

    Learn how to write and pronounce the Arabic letters daal (د), thaal, (ذ), ra (ر), and zaay (ز), and pick up a few new Arabic vocabulary words.

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    4. Arabic Letters: Siin, Shiin, Saad, Daad
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    In this lesson, continue learning the Arabic alphabet with siin (س), shiin (ش), saad (ص), and daad (ض). Discover how to pronounce and write these letters!

    In this lesson, continue learning the Arabic alphabet with siin (س), shiin (ش), saad (ص), and daad (ض). Discover how to pronounce and write these letters!

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    5. Arabic Letters: Taa, Thaa, Ayin, Ghayn
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    It’s time to move on to some of the trickiest members of the Arabic alphabet! Learn how to write and pronounce taa (ط), tha (ظ), ain (ع), and ghayn (غ).

    It’s time to move on to some of the trickiest members of the Arabic alphabet! Learn how to write and pronounce taa (ط), tha (ظ), ain (ع), and ghayn (غ).

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Fariza A
Thank you a lot)
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Ryan S
This is easier than I thought
Nassra Arabic Method
Yes! I totally agree
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SHANA V
Hey, thanks! I didn't know arabic was so easy to lean. Just 28 letters and words that sound the way they are written. What more can one want after English and Chinese classes. As for the inflections, I've learnt French. They're not that hard. You just have to pretend you are clearing your throat. ;) I guess it will be easier for me since I also know Hindi and several Indian languages, though I don't write that many. Now I think I will learn Arabic by myself. Then its only a matter of speaking.
Nassra Arabic Method
You Are welcome Shana! and Yes! you can learn Arabic by yourself.
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Faiza M
Thank you
Nassra Arabic Method
Thanks for your comment Faiza :)
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Taylor B
I am very grateful to study one of the great world languages. In sha Allah I will be able to learn . Free. Palestine!
Nassra Arabic Method
Taylor! thanks for your comment. Yes! Arabic is one of the great world languages. You are making the right decision to choose Arabic to learn and in sha Allah you will. K
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