Arabic letters change depending on their position in a word. In this lesson, learn how to join the letters ba (ب), ta (ت), thaa (ث), noon (ن), and yaa (ي).
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to write the six “anti-social” letters of the Arabic alphabet that don’t connect with other letters at the beginning of a word.
In this lesson, learn to write a group of Arabic letters that lose their tail at the beginning of a word: siin (س), shiin (ش), saad (ص), and daad (ض).
This lesson presents two new letters of the Arabic alphabet, taa (ط) and tha (ظ), and demonstrates how to join them with other letters in the Arabic script.
In this lesson, learn how to write two letters in Arabic—faa (ف) and qaaf (ق)—that join in similar ways at the beginning, middle, and end of a word.
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