Lesson 1

The Arabic Alphabets




 


Note Important note: Arabic is written in the opposite direction of English (from your Right to Left).

Info Notes:

 

The Arabic Alphabets
   
Letter Pronounced As in
Audio
Alef A fat
Alef
Ba' B / P bat / pot
Ba'
Ta' T tree
Ta
Tha' Th think
Tha'
Jeem J jam
Jeem
Ha' H hard
Ha
Kha' Kh khan
Kha
Dal D dance
Dal
Thal Th that
Thal
Ra' R road
Ra
Zay Z zoo
Zay
Seen S sing
Seen
Sheen Sh shadow
Sheen
Sa'd S sun
Sad
Dha'd Dh dome
Dhad
Ta' T tomb
Ta'
Za' Z zebra
Za
Ain' A aid
Ain
Ghain Gh goal
Ghain
Fa' F far
Fa'
Qaf Q queen
Qaf
Kaf K king
Kaf
Lam L lion
Lam
Meem M moon
Meem
Noon N noon
Noon
Ha' H hide
Ha'
Waw W wide
Waw
Ya' Y yoga
Ya
Hamza U under
Hamza
 












































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