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Let's start to get acquainted with the Arabic alphabet. The first letter is called "Alif". It looks like this: ا
This section tells about three letters of the Arabic alphabet. The letters ب ت ث. As you can see, they are similar to each other. Externally they can be distinguished only by the location of the points.
In this section you will learn the next three letters of the alphabet - ج ح خ . You will learn how to write correctly, as well as some features of their pronunciation. The letters ج ح and soft, and the letter خ hard. In addition, the letters ح and خ is often confused in pronunciation.
In this section you will study the next two letters of the Arabic alphabet - د ذ. You will learn in detail about how these letters are written and pronounced and common errors in pronunciation. Test tasks at the end of the section will help you assess the skills acquired in the learning process.
In this section you will learn two letters of the alphabet - ر and ز. These letters are similar in writing, but they differ only by the point. As for pronunciation, both letters have some special features. For example, the letter ز - refers to the sibilant letters.
The lessons in this section you will learn the letters س ش. These letters have some features in pronunciation. س is sibilant letter and ش - is sizzling one. Moreover, these letters are similar in writing.
At the lessons of this section, you will study the following alphabet letters - ص and ض. These two letters belong to the category of hard letters. Pronunciation of the letter ض is very unique because such a sound exists only in the Arabic language. Therefore, the Arabs figuratively called Arabic "the language of the letter ض".
The letters ط and ظ are the subjects of this section. The letter ط is the hardest and most strong letter of the Arabic alphabet. Students in the beginning level often confuse it with a soft pronunciation of the letter ت.
The letter ظ is also a hard letter. In writing, it is very similar to the letter ط and differs from it only by the point at the top. Another feature of hard letter ظ that it is interdental and pronunciation should not have any whistling.
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