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  • Welcome Amal Academy knowledge to action ARABIC 1.0
  • Checklist
  • Contents ARABIC 1.0
    • Introduction
    • Lesson 1: Arabic Alphabet
    • Lesson 2: The Letters
    • Lesson 3: Recognition
    • Lesson 4: Reading
    • Lesson 5: Writing
    • Lesson 6: Practice
    • Exam
    Amal CONTENTS
  • Introduction ARABIC 1.0
    • You will learn
    • About the Arabic Language
    • All the letters of the Arabic Alphabet
    • How to recognize the letters
    • How to read Arabic
    • How to hear Arabic and understand what was being said
    Amal INTRO What you will learn from this course
  • [1] The Arabic Alphabet LESSON 1 The Arabic Alphabet ARABIC 1.0 Size 29 letters. Written Style Text written from right to left (in horizontal lines), Numbers written from left to right. Guttural Letters Several letters are pronounced from the throat – there are no English letters like them. Pronunciation Correct pronunciation is very important in the Arabic language, as any small mistake in pronunciation of a letter or word may change the meaning of that word. For example, the word ‘Qalb' (with q) means heart, if read 'Kalb' (with k), it will mean a dog. Amal
  • Quiz 1
  • [2] The Letters LESSON 2 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal
    • In this lesson, we will associate objects with the letters of the Arabic language.
    • This will help you to remember their names.
    • Each letter has
    • Shape e.g. ا
    • Name e.g. Alif
    • Sound e.g. “a”
    • This will be written like this: Alif (“a”)
    • Let’s go!
  • [2.1] Alif (“a”) LESSON 2.1 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ا
  • [2.2] Ba (“b”) / Ta (“t”) / Tha (“th”) LESSON 2.2 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ب ت ث buoy
  • [2.3] Ja (“j”) / Ha (“h”) / Kha (“kh”) LESSON 2.3 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ج ح خ
  • [2.4] Dal (“d”) LESSON 2.4 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal د
  • [2.5] Dhal (“dh”) LESSON 2.5 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ذ
  • [2.6] Ra (“r”) / Za (“z”) LESSON 2.6 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ر ز
  • [2.7] Seen (“s”) / Sheen (“sh”) LESSON 2.7 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ش س
  • [2.8] Saad (“s”) / Daad (“d”) LESSON 2.8 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ض ص
  • [2.9] Taa (“t”) / Dh (“dh”) LESSON 2.9 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ظ ط
  • [2.10] ‘Ayn (“’a”) / Ghayn (“gh”) LESSON 2.10 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 ا ب ت ث ج ح خ د ذ ر ز س ش ص ض ط ظ ع غ ف ق ك ل م ن ه‍ و ي Amal غ ع
  • [2.11] Faa (“f”) / Qaaf (“q”) LESSON 2.11 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ف ق
  • [2.12] Kaa (“k”) LESSON 2.12 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ك
  • [2.13] Laam (“l”) LESSON 2.13 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ل
  • [2.14] Meem (“m”) LESSON 2.14 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal م
  • [2.15] Noon (“n”) LESSON 2.15 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ن
  • [2.16] Haa (“h”) LESSON 2.16 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ه
  • [2.17] Waw (“w”) LESSON 2.17 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal و
  • [2.18] Hamza (“a”) LESSON 2.18 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ء
  • [2.19] Yaa (“y”) LESSON 2.19 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal ي
  • [2.21] Common Mistakes LESSON 2.21 The Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal Try to avoid confusing these letters with each other and and and and and and and and
  • Quiz 3
  • Case-Study 1
  • [3] Recognition ARABIC 1.0 Amal
    • You have now learnt the Arabic letters.
    • However, these Arabic letters may look different depending on where they are in a word.
    • You have seen how they look when alone , but there are 3 other kinds of position that they may be in:
    • Start-join: at the beginning of a word with a letter in front
    • Mid-join: somewhere within a word with letters on both sides
    • End-join: at the end of a word with a letter before it
    • e.g.
    • Let’s go!
    LESSON 3 Recognition Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.1] Recognizing Alif & Hamza ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.1 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: ONE straight line Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.2] Recognizing Baa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.2 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: ONE curve with TWO dots on BOTTOM Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.3] Recognizing Taa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.3 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: ONE curve with TWO dots on TOP Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.3] Recognizing Thaa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.3 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: ONE curve with THREE dots Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.4] Recognizing Jeem ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.4 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: > shape with one dot BELOW or IN it Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.5] Recognizing Haa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.5 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: > shape with NO dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.6] Recognizing Khaa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.6 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: > shape with one dot on TOP Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.7] Recognizing Daal ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.7 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: curved shape with NO dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.8] Recognizing Dhaal ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.8 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: curved shape with one dot on top Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.9] Recognizing Raa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.9 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: tail shape with NO dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.10] Recognizing Zaa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.10 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: tail shape with one dot on top Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.11] Recognizing Seen ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.11 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: THREE curves with NO dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.12] Recognizing Sheen ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.12 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: THREE curves with THREE dots Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.13] Recognizing Saad ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.13 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: Head and curve with NO dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.14] Recognizing Daad ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.14 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: Head and curve with ONE dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.15] Recognizing Taa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.15 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: Head and curve with ONE dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.16] Recognizing Dhaa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.16 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: Head and curve with ONE dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.17] Recognizing Ayn ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.17 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: Small head with tail and NO dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.18] Recognizing Ghayn ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.18 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: Small head with tail and ONE dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.19] Recognizing Faa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.19 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: ROUND head with curve and ONE dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.20] Recognizing Qaaf ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.20 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: ROUND head with curve and TWO dots Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.21] Recognizing Kaaf ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.21 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: small S in middle or shape of a big S with flat bottom Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.22] Recognizing Laam ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.22 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: straight line with tail Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.23] Recognizing Meem ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.23 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: small head with an arm Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.24] Recognizing Noon ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.24 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: curve with ONE dot on TOP Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.25] Recognizing Haa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.25 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: rounded with one eye or two eyes Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.26] Recognizing Waw ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.26 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: head with tail and NO dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.27] Recognizing Yaa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.27 Recognition Examples Distinguishing Factor: curve with TWO dots on BOTTOM or curvy S with NO dot Unjoined Joined End-join Mid-join Start-join
  • [3.28] The Naughty Letters ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.28 Recognition These letters do not join with a letter in FRONT of them (i.e. to the left of them) They only join with letters BEHIND them (i.e. to the right of them)
  • [3.29] Naughty Letters Together ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 3.29 Recognition When these naughty letters are together, they appear alone
  • Quiz 4
  • Check-list 2
  • [4] Reading LESSON 4 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
    • In this section, we will learn about 6 symbols that are added to letters.
    • These symbols create new sounds.
    • They are:
    • FAT H A
    • KASRA
    • D AMMA
    • SUKOON
    • SHADDA
    • MADD
  • [4.1] Fat h a LESSON 4.1 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal This symbol is written ABOVE the letter. It gives the ‘ah’ sound to the letter. e.g. This will give the sound: “wah” Next we will see examples of this symbol being used.
    • FAT H A
    • َ
    • KASRA
    • D AMMA
    • SUKOON
    • SHADDA
    • MADD
  • [4.2] Letters With Fat h a LESSON 4.2 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.3] Words With Fat h a LESSON 4.3 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.4] Kasra LESSON 4.4 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal This symbol is written BELOW the letter. It gives the ‘eeh’ sound the letter. e.g. This will give the sound: “zeeh” Next we will see examples of this symbol being used.
  • [4.5] Letters With Kasra LESSON 4.5 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.6] Words With Kasra LESSON 4.6 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.7] Damma LESSON 4.7 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal This symbol is written ABOVE the letter. It gives the ‘ooh’ sound the letter. e.g. This will give the sound: “fooh” Next we will see examples of this symbol being used.
  • [4.8] Letters With Damma LESSON 4.8 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.9] Words With Damma LESSON 4.9 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.10] Fat h a Tanween LESSON 4.10 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal This symbol is written ABOVE the letter. It is written with an alif. It gives the ‘an’ sound the letter. e.g. This will give the sound: “ h an” Next we will see examples of this symbol being used.
  • [4.11] Letters With Fatha Tanween ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 4.11 Reading
  • [4.12] Words With Fatha Tanween LESSON 4.12 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.13] Kasra Tanween LESSON 4.13 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal This symbol is written BELOW the letter. It gives the ‘in’ sound the letter. e.g. This will give the sound: “khin” Next we will see examples of this symbol being used.
  • [4.14] Letters With Kasra Tanween LESSON 4.14 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.15] Words With Kasra Tanween LESSON 4.15 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.16] Damma Tanween LESSON 4.16 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal This symbol is written ABOVE the letter. It gives the ‘un’ sound the letter. e.g. This will give the sound: “qun” Next we will see examples of this symbol being used.
  • [4.17] Letters With Damma Tanween LESSON 4.17 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.18] Words With Damma Tanween LESSON 4.18 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.19] Sukoon LESSON 4.19 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
    • The Sukoon is used to join letters together.
    • This symbol is written ABOVE the letter being joined to.
    • The sound that is formed will depend on what letters are joining
    • e.g.
    • Note that when joining to Alif, the Sukoon symbol is not always used
    • Next we will see lots of examples of this symbol being used.
    “ in” “ naa” “ ree” “ foo”
  • [4.20] Sukoon & Alif LESSON 4.20 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.21] Words With Sukoon & Alif LESSON 4.21 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.22] More Words With Sukoon & Alif LESSON 4.22 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.23] Sukoon & Waaw LESSON 4.23 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.24] Words With Sukoon & Waaw LESSON 4.24 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.25] More Words With Sukoon & Waaw LESSON 4.25 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.26] Sukoon & Yaa LESSON 4.26 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.27] Words With Sukoon & Yaa LESSON 4.27 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.28] More Words With Sukoon & Yaa LESSON 4.28 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.29] Elongation LESSON 4.29 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal The sound of a letter can be extended with these symbols. e.g. Next we will see examples of this symbol being used. “ taaa” “ hooo” “ heee” Long Fat h a Long Damma Long Kasra
  • [4.30] Elongating Letters (Long Fat h a) LESSON 4.30 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.31] Elongating Words (Long Fat h a) LESSON 4.31 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.32] Long Kasra & Long Damma LESSON 4.32 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.33] Words With Long Kasra & Long Damma LESSON 4.33 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.34] Short Words With Sukoon LESSON 4.34 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.35] Words With Sukoon LESSON 4.35 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.36] Long Words With Sukoon LESSON 4.36 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.37] More Words With Sukoon LESSON 4.37 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.38] Short Words With “Ay” LESSON 4.38 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.39] Words With “Ay” LESSON 4.39 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.40] More Words With “Ay” LESSON 4.40 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.41] Short Words With “Aw” LESSON 4.41 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.42] Words With “Aw” LESSON 4.42 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.43] More Words With “Aw” LESSON 4.43 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.44] General Words LESSON 4.44 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.45] More General Words LESSON 4.45 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.46] Joining With Hamza LESSON 4.46 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.47] Reading Sentences LESSON 4.47 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.48] Shadda LESSON 4.48 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal This symbol is used to combine joined letters with another letter. It is best understood by looking at examples e.g. Next we will see examples of this symbol being used. “ rabba” “ rab” “ ba”
  • [4.49] Short Words With Shadda LESSON 4.49 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.50] Words With Shadda LESSON 4.50 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.51] More Words With Shadda LESSON 4.51 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.52] Yet More Words With Shadda LESSON 4.52 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.53] Even More Words With Shadda LESSON 4.53 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.54] Long Words With Shadda LESSON 4.54 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.55] Madd LESSON 4.55 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal This symbol is written ABOVE the letter. It is used to further elongate the sound of a letter, more than any other symbol. e.g. Next we will see examples of this symbol being used. “ saaaa”
  • [4.56] Short Words With Madd LESSON 4.56 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.57] Words With Madd LESSON 4.57 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [4.58] Long Words With Madd LESSON 4.58 Reading ARABIC 1.0 Amal
  • [5] Writing LESSON 5 Writing ARABIC 1.0 Amal
    • Now we will look at how you write Arabic.
    • For each letter, you will learn:
    • How to write the letter
    • How to join the letter with other letters
    • Let’s go!
  • [5.1] Writing Alif and Hamza ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.1 Writing
  • [5.2] Writing Baa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.2 Writing
  • [5.3] Writing Taa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.3 Writing
  • [5.4] Writing Thaa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.4 Writing
  • [5.5] Writing Jeem ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.5 Writing
  • [5.6] Writing Haa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.6 Writing
  • [5.7] Writing Khaa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.7 Writing
  • [5.8] Writing Daal ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.8 Writing
  • [5.9] Writing Dhaal ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.9 Writing
  • [5.10] Writing Raa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.10 Writing
  • [5.11] Writing Zaa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.11 Writing
  • [5.12] Writing Seen ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.12 Writing
  • [5.13] Writing Sheen ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.13 Writing
  • [5.14] Writing Saad ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.14 Writing
  • [5.15] Writing Daad ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.15 Writing
  • [5.16] Writing Taa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.16 Writing
  • [5.17] Writing Dhaa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.17 Writing
  • [5.18] Writing Ayn ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.18 Writing
  • [5.19] Writing Ghayn ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.19 Writing
  • [5.20] Writing Faa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.20 Writing
  • [5.21] Writing Qaaf ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.21 Writing
  • [5.22] Writing Kaaf ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.22 Writing
  • [5.23] Writing Laam ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.23 Writing
  • [5.24] Writing Meem ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.24 Writing
  • [5.25] Writing Noon ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.25 Writing
  • [5.26] Writing Haa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.26 Writing
  • [5.27] Writing Waa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.27 Writing
  • [5.28] Writing Waa ARABIC 1.0 Amal LESSON 5.28 Writing
  • LESSON 1.1a The Letters ARABIC 1.0 ا ب ت ث ج ح خ د ذ ر ز س ش ص ض ط ظ ع غ ف ق ك ل م ن ه‍ و ي Amal ا ب ث ج ا ب ث ج “ A” [Alif] EXAMPLE IN ENGLISH: The ‘a’ sound in “alphabet” “ B” [Baa] EXAMPLE IN ENGLISH: The ‘b’ sound in “brick” “ TH” [Thaa] EXAMPLE IN ENGLISH: The ‘th‘ sound in “three” “ J” [Jeem] EXAMPLE IN ENGLISH: The ‘j’ sound in “jam” “ A” [Alif] EXAMPLE IN ENGLISH: The ‘a’ sound in “alphabet” “ B” [Baa] EXAMPLE IN ENGLISH: The ‘b’ sound in “brick” “ TH” [Thaa] EXAMPLE IN ENGLISH: The ‘th‘ sound in “three” “ J” [Jeem] EXAMPLE IN ENGLISH: The ‘j’ sound in “jam”
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