Arabic Typing Mastery : How to Type Arabic Language

Adam Muhammad, Skills with impact

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24 Videos (1h 26m)
    • Introduction to the course

      2:06
    • Introduction 01 - Keyboard Set up - Part 01

      7:24
    • Introduction 01 - Keyboard Set up - Part 02

      3:27
    • Introduction 03 - How to place your hands on the keyboard

      4:14
    • Lesson 01 - baa - taa

      7:53
    • Lesson 02 - yaa and noon

      2:30
    • Lesson 03 - seen and meem

      2:45
    • Lesson 04 - sheen and Kaaf

      2:48
    • Lesson 05 - Revision

      5:09
    • Lesson 06 - thaa and Haa

      3:21
    • Lesson 07 - qaaf and ain

      2:33
    • Lesson 08 - faa and khaa

      2:55
    • Lesson 09 - hamzah-waaw and waaw

      2:28
    • Lesson 10 - laam and alif

      1:42
    • Lesson 11 - Dhaad and Haa

      2:15
    • Lesson 12 - raa and dotless yaa

      2:40
    • Lesson 13 - Taa marbuta and Saad

      2:01
    • Lesson 14 - Hamzah - Hamzah-Yaa

      1:33
    • Lesson 15 - Hamzah-Yaa and Hamzah

      2:27
    • Lesson 16 - Daal - Dhaal

      3:42
    • Lesson 17 - Jeem and Zaa

      3:04
    • Lesson 18 - Taa and Zhaa

      1:50
    • Lesson 19 - Revision

      5:22
    • Lesson 20 - Typing Vowels in Arabic

      9:27

About This Class

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This is a complete course for absolute beginners who want to learn how to type Arabic - no Arabic keyboard required!

This is a straightforward course that will teach you how to type Arabic language fast and accurately.

The course It’s structured in the following way:

1. Input Language Configuration:

As we want to type Arabic language but we dont have an Arabic keyboard, first we will configure Arabic language as our input language. This way, we will type using our English keyboard, but the output language will be Arabic!

2. Learning how to type all the letters of the Arabic alphabet:

Next, we will learn how to type all the letters of the Arabic alphabet. How? In every lesson, we will learn how to type two letters of the Arabic alphabet, untill we cover all the 29 letters of the Arabic alphabet

 

3. Typing actual words and sentences:

Then, we will apply what we have learnt to type Arabic words and sentences.

3. Typing vowelled words and sentences:

In the end, we will learn how to type Arabic vowels (Fatha, Kasrah, Dhammah, etc) on the words and sentences that we have already learnt. 

Now, there is nothing left other than practicing more and more in order to acquire speed and accuracy.

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Adam Muhammad

Skills with impact

I am a polyglot from Mozambique. 31 years old. I speak and write 5 languages, namely

Portuguese (my native language), English (the first language I learnt when I was 15), French (the second language I learnt 5 years later), German (two years later, I learnt this language) and Arabic (still studying it to fluency).

I believe there is a better way to learn a language. It does not have to be that hard. Since I leant all those languages by myself, I found out better and faster ways ...

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