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Arabic PRACTICE WORKSHEET CONTENTS Arabic Characters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Pronunciation Key Character Practice Arabic Words Quiz
COPYRIGHT © 2018 INNOVATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 1 Start speaking Arabic from the very first lesson! Click here to sign up for a Free Lifetime Account at ArabicPod101.com ! ا ا م ل ا ن ل ا ب ب ل ا ب ل ا ب ت ت ل ا ت ل ا ت ث ث ل ا ث ل ا ث ج ج ل ا ج ل ا ج ح ح ل ا ح ل ا ح خ خ ل ا خ ل ا خ د د ل ا د ل ا د ذ ذ ل ا ذ ل ا ذ ر ر ل ا ر ل ا ر 1. Arabic Characters Isolated Initial Medial Final
COPYRIGHT © 2018 INNOVATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 2 Start speaking Arabic from the very first lesson! Click here to sign up for a Free Lifetime Account at ArabicPod101.com ! ز ز ل ا ز ل ا ز س س ل ا س ل ا س ش ش ل ا ش ل ا ش ص ص ل ا ص ل ا ص ض ض ل ا ض ل ا ض ط ط ل ا ط ل ا ط ظ ظ ل ا ظ ل ا ظ ع ع ل ا ع ل ا ع غ غ ل ا غ ل ا غ ف ف ل ا ف ل ا ف Isolated Initial Medial Final
COPYRIGHT © 2018 INNOVATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 3 Start speaking Arabic from the very first lesson! Click here to sign up for a Free Lifetime Account at ArabicPod101.com ! ق ق ل ا ق ل ا ق ك ك ل ا ك ل ا ك ل ل ل ر ل ن د ل م م ل ا م ل ا م ن ن ل ا ن ل ا ن ه ه ل ا ه ل ا ه و و ل ا و ل ا و ي ي ل ا ي ل ا ي َ ِ * Blank spaces represent letter forms that don't exist in Arabic. Isolated Initial Medial Final
COPYRIGHT © 2018 INNOVATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 4 Start speaking Arabic from the very first lesson! Click here to sign up for a Free Lifetime Account at ArabicPod101.com ! ُ ء لا أ أ م ل أ ن ن أ ئ ئ ل ا ئ ل ا ئ ؤ ؤ ل ا ؤ ل ا ؤ ى ى ل ة ة ل * Blank spaces represent letter forms that don't exist in Arabic. Isolated Initial Medial Final
COPYRIGHT © 2018 INNOVATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 5 Start speaking Arabic from the very first lesson! Click here to sign up for a Free Lifetime Account at ArabicPod101.com ! 2. Pronunciation Key 2-1. Isolated Forms + Romanization + Character Name + Pronunciation ا alif ā At the beginning of a word, the letter alif assimilates the sound of the vowel immediately before or after it. /a/, /i/, /u/. In the middle of a word, the letter alif makes the sound /aː/. The exact sound of alif depends on the letters around it. When immediately following a Haa’, Saad, Daad, Taa’, DHaa’, or qaaf, the letter alif makes the sound [ɑ] like the ‘a’ in father. Regional variations can also change this vowel: [ɑ],[a],[æ],[e]. ب baa’ b Like the ‘b’ in ‘boy’: /b/ ت taa’ t Like the ‘t’ in ’stop’: /t/ ث thaa’ Like the ‘th’ in ‘three’. /θ/ ج jiim j/ǧ This letter has some regional variation. Qu’raanic Arabic uses the hard ‘j’ sound in ‘jump’. /dʒ/ Egyptianvns use the hard ‘g’ sound in ‘go’. /g/ Most other varieties use the soft ‘j’ sound like the ’s’ in measure. /ʒ/ ح Haa’ This sound does not exist in English. It is a voiceless pharyngeal fricative: /ħ/ It is a hard ‘h’ sound produced by tightening the muscles in your throat. خ khaa’ This sound does not exist in English.

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