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Arabic Typing Mastery : How to Type Arabic Language

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

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

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

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

      4:14
    • 5. Lesson 01 - baa - taa

      7:53
    • 6. Lesson 02 - yaa and noon

      2:30
    • 7. Lesson 03 - seen and meem

      2:45
    • 8. Lesson 04 - sheen and Kaaf

      2:48
    • 9. Lesson 05 - Revision

      5:09
    • 10. Lesson 06 - thaa and Haa

      3:21
    • 11. Lesson 07 - qaaf and ain

      2:33
    • 12. Lesson 08 - faa and khaa

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

      2:28
    • 14. Lesson 10 - laam and alif

      1:42
    • 15. Lesson 11 - Dhaad and Haa

      2:15
    • 16. Lesson 12 - raa and dotless yaa

      2:40
    • 17. Lesson 13 - Taa marbuta and Saad

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

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

      2:27
    • 20. Lesson 16 - Daal - Dhaal

      3:42
    • 21. Lesson 17 - Jeem and Zaa

      3:04
    • 22. Lesson 18 - Taa and Zhaa

      1:50
    • 23. Lesson 19 - Revision

      5:22
    • 24. Lesson 20 - Typing Vowels in Arabic

      9:27
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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

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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 to learn it. I am sharing those here with you.

For example, language learners try to memorize 100 words of a target language. After they memorize it, done. They memorize other 100 or 200 words. After 2000 words or more, they wonder why they cannot speak the target language, or even remember w... See full profile

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1. Introduction to the course: Hi, My name is Adam Mohammed. And welcome to the course Arabic typing mastery how toe type Arabic language. In this course, you learned how to type Arabic language without an Arabic keyboard. So by the end of this course, you'll be able to type Arabic language without an Arabic keyboard without looking at the keyboard and using all your 10 fingers. This is a particle course. We'll find all these steps and resources. You need to be able to type Arabic language. Here is how discourses organized. First, you learned how to set up your computer Toby ableto type Arabic language. You see, many people think that they need a keyboard with printed Arabic letters on it. But the truth is, you don't just set up your computer property and you are good to go. This is what we learn in the first part. Off this course in the second part of this course, your land step by step, how to type all the Arabic letters without looking at the keyboard like this. In the first lesson, you learn how to type two Arabic letters, and you do exercises to develop muscular memory. In the second lesson, you learn how to type two more letters and you do exercises covering all the four letters you have started. And they said Lesson, you learn to more and you do exercises that cover all the six letters you have started and so on. This is so until you learn all the Arabic letters and they said part off course, we revise and strengthen everything we have learned. I mean, if you have difficulty typing a certain letter, you can revise that letter specifically or you can revise everything. Finally, in the fourth part off our course, we learn how to tap sentences and texts. Also, we learn how to tap divorces like Fatah casserole drama and so coun So this is what you have prepared for you in this course. Let's get started. 2. Introduction 01 - Keyboard Set up - Part 01: Hi. Welcome. Before we start typing Arabic language would have to set up our computer. You see, this is my keyboard. You don't see any Arabic script here. If I type this letter, you see the letter f on the monitor and the age and so on. So we have to set up our computer in order to be able to type Arabic language even with this keyboard right here. If you're using a Mac, this is how we set up your computer. First we click this April logo right here, then system preferences here. Which whose keyboard? Then we click this tab input sources. And here we see Portuguese. So Portuguese is my input source. What does it mean? What is in good source? Input source is away. You tell your computer what language you want to type. For example, here I have Portuguese. So this means that I can tie Portuguese language in this computer. If I want to be able to type Arabic language, I have to head it into this computer like this. I click this plus button. I read Arabic and I choose at a big dash PC. Then I click this ed button down here now I have to include sources Portuguese and Arabic. I can add another include source. Let me add Greek. I click this plus sign right here I go down upto Greek and I chose Greg. I click add And right now I have three input sources Portuguese, Greek and Arabic Down here we see show include menu in menu bar. We have to select it in order to be able to change input sources in menu bar. I click up here and I can choose any input source I want now I can close it now. Let me explain what we have here. I have these physical keyboard right here. It doesn't change. It remains the same. Whether I want to type Portuguese, English, Arabic or any other language. The keyboard is the same. So what changes is the input source. For example, if I want to type Arabic language, I goto the inquiry to menu in menu Bar. I select Arabic dash PC and that's it. Now I can type Arabic language because I have selected Arabic as my input source. For example, we see here this letter on the keyboard. This is the letter F But if I click it. What we see on the monitor is not the letter f but it's the letter Bob by, as you can see by if I click the letter a right here I don't see any letter A on the monitor. But I see the letter sheen Sheen. Why is this happening? This has happened because we have chosen Arabic s Our include source. So it doesn't matter what physical keyboard I have The physical keyboard right here is Portuguese. But my input source is Arabic, as you can see So the result will be Arabic. Even though there are Portuguese letters printed here, the same happens if you want to write Greek, we don't have to change our physical keyboard. The physical keyboard remains the same. What we have to change is our include source. We go right here and we chose Greek after choosing Greek quickly. This letter f the result won't be the letter f on the monitor because our include source is Greek. So the result is this Greek letter I don't know the name off this Greek letter but I think you have understood the idea. Any letter, your type. The result is Greek letters. This is so because we have chosen Greg s our input source. The keyboard remains the same. I can change. My include source and the choose Portuguese. Now, as you can see, these physical keyboard is Portuguese and my include source is also Portuguese. So any letter? A type and the letter a type on these physical keyboard. We'll see it on the monitor. So this is the conclusion. First, you don't need an Arabic keyboard, Toby ableto type Arabic in your computer, you just need to set up Arabic as your include source and started typing Arabic. Actually, you can Time are a big break or any other language you want. Second in discourse, we are going to learn how to type on a big without looking at the keyboard. So it doesn't matter if we don't see any Arabic printed on the keyboard in the schools will go step by step learning how to type Arabic language without looking at the keyboard. So even if we have a clean keyboard like this will be able to type Arabic language after we conclude this course, thank you very much and see you next lesson 3. Introduction 01 - Keyboard Set up - Part 02: if you are using windows, this is how you set up your computer. You right? Click the windows logo down here and you select control panel in the control panel. You select view by category. Now in clock, language and region, you select ed a language. And here we see that I have one input source Portuguese from Brazil. I click up here, ed a language in this new Indo. I select Arabic and they click open. You always see Manu variants off Arabic. We choose this one and a big from Saudi Arabia and this course will be using the Arabic keyboard off Saudi Arabia. Now I klieg ed. Now we have to include sources Portuguese from Brazil and Arabic from Saudi Arabia. Now, to be able to change input language from the men uber, we click the advanced settings and here we go toe screeching include methods and we click options. Here we see this time language bar and we have three options floating on desktop docked in the task bar and hidden will chose docked in the task bar. Then we click apply after applying. We see it down here and we can cricket And they chose the include source We want Arabic or Portuguese is finally we close everything. Now we do some testing. We select Arabic and we start typing and see all of the characters on the monitor. As you can see, we are typing and Arabic is appearing on the monitor. If we change it into Portuguese now we see Portuguese Codec terms. Now we're ready to start learning how to type Arabic language. See you the next lesson. Thank you very much. 4. Introduction 03 - How to place your hands on the keyboard: before starting typing Arabic. Let's learn how to place our hands on the keyboard. As for the left hand, we placed the pinky finger on the letter A during finger on the letter s the middle finger on the letter D and the index finger on the letter F The firm rests on this space bar. As for the right hand, we place the index finger on the Latin J the middle finger on the letter K, the ring finger on the letter l and the pinky finger on the semi column. Finally December, it's on the space bar. This is the basic position. Before we start typing notice that both homes are equally placed on the space burn. This means that you can use end off them toe press the displaced burn. I myself use only the right time to press the space bar. When I'm typing this way, I don't have to decide which some will use every time I want to press the space bar Next When we are typing like this and we commit a mistake and want to delete something, we use the right pinky finger toe press the backspace like these after we press the backspace. The pinky finger goes back toe the basic position. This is the movement we make. The pinky finger presses the backspace to delete something and goes back to the basic position. If we want to press the enter key, we also use the pinky finger. As you can see, the pinky finger presses the enter keep then goes back to the basic position. The basic position is the starting point and the ending point. Every movement you make toe press a k. Your fingers have to come back to the basic position. So the pink iffing oppresses the backspace and the enter case, as you can see after pressing it, goes back to the basic position. So always remember that this is the basic position for the left hand, depending finger rests on the letter A during finger on the letter s the middle finger on the letter D and the index finger on the letter F. As for the right hand, the index finger rats on the letter J the middle finger on the letter K during finger on the letter l and the pinky finger on the semi condom Next both thumbs rests equally on the space burn. You should decide once for all what Samuel use to press the space bar. I myself used the right thumb. Finally, we used the pinky finger off the right hand toe press the backspace and the enter keys. 5. Lesson 01 - baa - taa: Now we learn how to tap the 1st 2 letters off Arabic, the letters by end. So first we don't load our exercise fight. We open it, we click here and we chose less on one by down. This is our first lesson. This is our first exercise. Okay, this is the exercise we're going to do. The rules are as follows. First, select Arabic as your include source. We are about the type Arabic language, so select Arabic as your input source. Second, place your hands on the keyboard. Basic position. Second, place your hands on the keyboard in the basic position. Third, don't look at the keyboard. As you are typing, you have to trust your memory. You just have to remember where the case are and what fingers you use. Type them. You don't need to look at the keyboard. Okay? So don't look at the keyboard as you are typing. Now, in this lesson, we are going to learn how to type two letters which are, uh and down. These are the two letters. We are going to learn how to type in this lesson. We typed the letter by by pressing the left index on the letter F This is the letter by you have to memorize it. We typed the letter by by pressing the left index on the letter F as you can see it. And we tied the letter, uh, by pressing the right index on the letter j so let by by oppressing the left index on the letter F and letter that by pressing the right index on the letter J Okay, uh uh, back. Uh, but we want try to relate the Arabic letters toe the English letters like saying let a bar to the letter F and let Arte to the letter J. You wouldn't say that we are going to relate the Arabic letters to be fingers because now you have to remember where the Arabic letters are By remembering which fingers you used to press them this way, you don't need to look at the keyboard. So remember, we use the left index, type the letter back and we use the right index. Type the letter, uh, back. Don't try to associate the letter back to the letter F neither the letter dark to the letter J. Okay, just remember that we use the left index toe. Type the letter Bob, and we use the right index. Type the letter. Uh, don't look at the keyboard. Trust your memory now in order to develop our muscle memory in order to tap these two letters but entire without even thinking about what fingers you are using to tap them. We have this exercise. This exercise may seem simple, actually. It's very simple. Onley Two letters for us toe type by and that by the point is, do this exercise several times until you don't hesitate until you don't think. What fingers are you using? Tow. What letter? You just type it. Let typing these two letters, be as easy else, cure it or watch TV. You don't think about how you read the letters depreciation you just read. The same must happen here. You do this exercise several times until you don't think about typing these two letters or what fingers to use you just type them. So we have this exercise if we type it correctly. But uh huh, Uh huh. But, uh, but uh huh, Bob, if we type it correctly, it gets deep blue background, as you can see. And if we typed wrongly okay. If we type it wrongly, it gets this orange background. You can do this exercise several times. You create this baton, Chris Todd. And you do this exercise again. Now I'm doing these exercise. Uh huh. Uh huh. Uh huh, Uh huh, Uh huh, uh huh, uh huh, uh huh. Uh, uh huh, uh huh, uh huh, uh huh, uh huh, uh huh, that But But, uh, by that But, uh uh, uh uh, And back when I finished doing this exercise, I click this finish button and here on top, I see my results. My speed is 30 words per minute. And I committed one mistake. This one here I type the Bob, but I should have typed. Okay, my speed. 30 words per minute. And one mistake now likely to restart and do this exercise again. So remember, you do this exercise several times until you no longer think about what fingers you are using toe type the letters back, and this way you develop your Maskell memory. Thank you very much and see you in the next lesson. 6. Lesson 02 - yaa and noon: Hi. Welcome. In the first lesson, we learned how to type the letters back, and, uh, we use the index finger off the left hand toe, tap the letter by, and we used the index finger off the right hand to type of the letter. That and we did lots off exercises in order to be able to type these two letters but and act quickly and without hesitation. Now, in the second lesson, we learned two more letters, which are Yeah, and moon. So we used the middle finger off the left hand type the letter? Yeah, as you can see. Yeah. And we use the middle finger off the right hand type. The letter Noon? Yeah. No one. Yeah. No one. So in the second lesson, we know for Arabic letters by and time and Yeah, Ed, Noon. Okay. We typed the letter by with the index finger on the left hand. We typed the letter with the index finger off the right head. And now we type with the letter. Yeah, with the middle finger off the left hand, and we type the letter noon with the middle finger off the right hand. And now we do the second exercise, we select lesson to be our No. One. This exercise is done exactly the same way as the previous exercise. The only difference is that here we practice for letters. By that Yeah, and noon. So do this exercise several times until you are very comfortable typing this four letters. Thank you very much and see you in the next lesson. 7. Lesson 03 - seen and meem: Hi. Welcome. This is the third lesson in the first lesson. We learned how to type the lettuce and that we use the index finger off the left hand type of the letter box, and we use the index finger off the right hand toe tap. The letter that in the second lesson we learned how to type the letters. Yeah. And noon, We use the middle finger on the left hand toe tap the letter. Yeah. And we use the middle finger off dry pan. Type the letter noon. As you can see, this will already know. Now, in this third lesson, we learned how to type the letters seeing. And I mean, we use during finger off the left hand type of the letter, seen as you can see, and we use the ring finger off the right head type the letter mean Okay, So seen me seen. I mean, please don't look at the keyboard. Just memorized that we use the ring finger off the left hand toe tap, the letter seen, and we use the ring finger off the right hand to type the letter me seeing. I mean, now the exercises were open. Lesson three scene. I mean, we do this exercise the same way we did the previous exercises. This exercise has all the six letters we have learned so far. It's like a revision off the 1st 4 letters we have started in the previous lessons bar. Uh, and, yeah, noon and the new exercises for the new letters we learned in this lesson seen and mean. Thank you very much and see you in the next lesson. 8. Lesson 04 - sheen and Kaaf: This is the first lesson in this lesson. We learn to more letters, which are Sheen and CASS. So we use the pinky finger off the left hand, type the letter sheen, and we use the pinky finger off the right hand type of the letter cast, as you can see. So pinky finger off the left hand toe tap that the letter sheen and thank you Finger of the right hand type the letter. So let's review. In the first lesson, we learned how to type the letters God and index finger off the left hand typed the letter back and index finger off the right hand typed letter. Next we learned how to type the letters. Yeah, and noon. So middle finger off the left hand toe tap the letter. Yeah, and middle finger off the right hand toe tap the letter noon. In the previous lesson, we learned how to type of the lattice scene and me ring finger off the left hand toe tap the letter seen and ring finger off the right hand toe tap. The letter mean now in this lesson, we learned how to tap the letters seen and calf. Think your finger off the left hand toe. Tap the letter sheen and take your finger off the right head. Type the letter cast. Now we have these exercise Lesson four sheen. Guys, please do this exercise several times until you are comfortable typing all these eight letters we have studied so far. Thank you very much. And see you next lesson. 9. Lesson 05 - Revision: Hi. Welcome. This is a lesson Number five in this lesson. We will not study anything new. We'll just do some revision off what we have studied so far. This is our keyboard. In the first lesson we started by and I don. This is what we have started. In the first lesson, we learned that we type the letter by using the index finger over the left hand. And we typed the letter, uh, using the index finger off the right head in the second lesson we started. Yeah, and no one will end that We typed the letter, Yeah, using the middle finger off the left hand and we type the letter noon using the middle finger off the right. And in the third lesson, we started seen. And I mean, also, we tapped the letter seen using the ring finger off the left hand, and we typed the letter mem using the ring finger off the right hand. And in the last lesson, we started seen and cough. We used the pinky finger off the left hand, type the letter sheen, and we use the pinky finger off the right hand type the letter cards, and we did lots off exercises so that we can tap this letters without hesitation without thinking what finger dough I use toe type the letter sheen or what finger dough I use type the letter No. One. The point is, the following discourse is not about knowing how to type Arabic letters, but about actually typing them. I myself, when I want to type out of the clan which are just type did it has become automatic second nature to me, but only after lots off practice. I came time Arabic the same way I can ride a bicycle. I don't think about how I'm riding. I just write it and I enjoy the writing. This is one point. Another point is that you have to master these eight letters very well, knowing the position and the fingers you used to tap them because we'll use these eight letters toe build other letters, for example, we'll see that the semi finger that we type the letter seen is the same finger that types the letter farm or the finger that types the Latin lamb. Here is the same finger that types the letter bob or the finger that types the letter that is the same finger that types the lead up a leaf and so on. So these eight letters are the building block upon which will build our Arabic keyboard. That's why we reserved this lesson for you to master these eight letters. Very well. We have these exercise less on five revising eight letters studied so far here The letters are connected in the previous lessons. The letters were is related. They were separated. But from this lesson, all the letters will appear connected. You do this exercise several times until you master age. And when you're ready, you can go to the next lesson. Thank you very much. 10. Lesson 06 - thaa and Haa: Hi. This is a lesson number six. In this lesson, we start building other letters from the letters we have already stranded. For example, we know that the middle finger off the left hand types the letter. Yeah, as you can see on the middle finger off the right hand types. The letter moon? Yeah. Known. Yeah. No one who let this in The second lesson. The middle finger off the left hand types. The letter? Yeah. And the middle finger off the right hand types. The letter noon. Now let's continue from here. Let's learn the following the finger that types the letter. Yeah. Is the same finger that types the letter saw? That's again. See, uh, yeah. Saad. Yeah. Sod. Yeah. And the finger that types the letter known is the same finger that types the letter. Ah, so known. Ah, no one. Ah, no one. Uh, here? Uh, yeah, yeah. Uh huh. Noone notice the natural movement off the finger when we stretch it out. Okay. So yeah, and the here, Uh, no one, uh, no one. Okay, we stretch it and we press here also, we scratch and repress. Also, we noticed that the keys off the letters far and, uh, are located slightly to the left, but the fingers press it very nicely. You don't need to make any effort. This is so natural. As you can see, you stretch the finger and you press it naturally. Here also. Okay, Now do the exercise off the lesson six here. Lesson six Far, huh? Here we revised old letters that we have started in the previous lessons and also practiced these two letters we have learned Sar. And huh? Thank you very much. 11. Lesson 07 - qaaf and ain: Hi. Welcome to the lesser number seven. In the previous lesson, we learned how to tap out the letters. Uh, and, uh, so the semi finger that types the letter Yeah, is the same. That types the letter on the same finger that types the letter Noon is the same. That types the letter. Ah, this is the association we have to make in order to memorize the Arabic keyboard in a useful way. Yeah. Sod no one, huh? Now, in this lesson, we're going to study two more letters, and they are cough and I cough. Hi. Cough trying. Cough. I'm so the finger that types the letter by is the same finger that types the letter cough by cough cough. But you cough, uh, cough. And the finger that types the letter is the same finger that perhaps the letter. I'm, uh I'm, uh I'm Doc. I by God's, uh I'm Bob off. God, I am. This is the movement we make when we want to tap the letters. Far, uh, cough and I now please do the exercise. Number seven cough. I'm in order to be able to develop muscle Member about these two letters we have just learned. And all the letters we have already started. Thank you very much. 12. Lesson 08 - faa and khaa: Hi. This is the lesson Number eight. Here we learn the following. We use the index finger type the letters back and cough. Ah, cost. Uh, cough. This is what we started in the previous lesson. Uh, cough by golf. Now we learn the following. We used the same index finger. Okay. Toe type the letter Far that is located on the right side off the letter cough. Okay, but fun by five. In the previous lesson, we learned by Cough Bob Cough. Now we learn by fire, but fire, It's like a triangle. OK, but cough fun. Uh uh. But far golf by five. Back off by five by cough, but five. Okay. And the finger that types the letter mean, as you can say, as you can see, this finger okay, is the same. That types the letter. Uh I mean huh mean, mean mean far Mame? I mean fun. So in this lesson, we learned how to type the lettuce far. And, uh and how do we typed them? First we tied by and far by and five. And for me, Ed huh Name? Ha meme. Now we do exercise off lesson eight five. Phone. Remember, it's not about lowing intellectually how to tap these Arabic letters, but it's about tapping it fluently. That's why we have to make these exercises several times in orderto develop a muscle memory that allows you to type these letters fluently. Thank you very much and see you in the next lesson. 13. Lesson 09 - hamzah-waaw and waaw: Hi. This is lesson nine. And this is what we're going to study in this lesson. First, the finger that types the letter noon is the same finger that types the letter. Wow. Okay, we have been starting the letters above the on rope, this center line. Now we are starting the letters below the homeroom or this center line. Okay, so we have known Wow. Known. Wow. See the movement. The finger makes known. Wow. Known. Wow known. Wow. Next, the finger that types the letter bar is the same finger that types the letter Hamza, you see by Hamza Bah Hamza is noticed that Hamza is above the letter. Wow. But it is Hamza in a way. So bah Hamza Bar Hamza here. We had no one. Wow, moon. Wow. And here we have bar Hamza by Hamza or comes up by Hamza Hamza. But one more time. The finger that types the letter but is the same finger that types the letter. Hamza Hamza is a bar with the letter. Wow. Okay, try to remember and memorize this. Okay, So this is what you have just land known. Wow. No one. Wow. And, uh, Hamza Bob Hamza uh, Hamson. Now, please do exercise nine. Lesson nine Hamza. Wow. Wow. Okay, here you do. This exercise in orderto mastered is new to letters and all the letters we have already studied. Thank you very much. 14. Lesson 10 - laam and alif: Hi, This is Lesson 10. This lesson is really simple. We're going to learn to ease letters which are first, the finger that types the letter bar is the same finger. That type is the letter lamb. Okay, so but love bar lamb bar plum. Bye, Mom. As you can see by love the finger that types the letter Bob is the same finger than types. The letter lamb. Bye, Mom. Long And the finger that types the letter It is time finger that types the letter A leaf. So, uh, relief. Uh, a leaf. Uh, a leaf. This lesson is very simple. Bar Lum Uh, a leaf. The glam, uh, a leaf. Now you have to do exercise 10 Here. Exercise tan. You do this exercise in orderto have this printed in your long term memory. In these exercises, you revealed the previous lessons and learn new stuff, so don't neglect it. Thank you very much. And see you next lesson 15. Lesson 11 - Dhaad and Haa: Hi. This is Lesson 11. It's also very simple. This is what we're going to learn. First we learned that the pinky finger off the left hand taps the letter sheen. Okay, This is what we learned. The pinky finger off the left hand types. The letter. Shame. So the same pinky finger also types the latter. God, this is the movement we make. She got Shane got sheen got okay. Sheen. God, Shane! God, Chain God. Next, the pinky finger off the right hand types. The letter cars, as you can see. Like, do you think your finger off the right hand types the letter calf. So the same pinky finger also taps the letter, Huh? Car, huh? Car, huh? This is the movement have, huh? Guys? Shane? God shed Dodd. She God carve, huh? Calf, huh? Cough, huh? Ok. Sheen. Daud Sheen. God have huh Got hot. Please do exercise here. 13 God, Huh? Do this exercise in order to commit to a long term memory. These two letters we have just learned God and huh, Thank you very much. See you next lesson. 16. Lesson 12 - raa and dotless yaa: Hi. In this lesson, we learn to more Arabic letters. And they are. Ah, but I and yeah, yeah. Notice that this is dot less. Yeah. We have learned that the middle finger off the left hand types the letter. Yeah. Now we learn that the index finger off the right hand types, the dot less. Yeah. As you can see, this is Yeah. Okay. You notice Two dots beneath. And also, this is yeah, without any dots. Okay. So normal. Yeah. And do it less. Yeah. Okay. This dot less year is typed with big index finger off the right hand. So we have two kinds off. Yeah. Normal. Yeah. Okay. That you type with your middle finger off the left hand and don't less. Yeah, that's your type with your index finger off the right hand, as you can see. Okay. The same finger that types the letter. That is the same finger that types the letter. Yeah. Don't less. Yeah. Okay. Also, we used the index finger off the left and type the letter. Rob, Rob, as you can see by, uh, by raw end of year, Uh, don't less Yeah. Uh, yeah. So this is the movement. We make prototype these two letters. Okay, In this lesson, we have learned how to type the dot less. Yeah. And the letter Wrong. Now you do exercise 11 here Raw, don't less. Yeah. In order to practice these two letters who have just learned thank you very much. 17. Lesson 13 - Taa marbuta and Saad: Hi. We continue learning new Arabic letters. We have learned that the ring finger off the left hand types the letter Seen as you can see seen now this ring finger off the left handed also types the letter. Saad up here. Okay. Scene SOG seen Saad? Okay, this is the movement we make in orderto type the letter sort. I saw it. Saad. Saad, this is the movement. Another letter we started here is Maar Buddha or closed time. So we learned that the index finger off the right hand types the letter that as you can see , this is called hoping that now we use the same finger type clothes. God. Okay. Open. Close. Open. Close. Open. Close. Open. Tha close. Start a Penta close. Done. So this is what we have learned in this lesson. We learned how to type the letter. Saad. Okay. Seen sod. And also how to type the closed or time are put here. A Penta close star, open tha close time. This is the movement. Please open exercise 12 Here exercise 12 dumber Buddha sod and practice what you have just learned. Thank you very much. 18. Lesson 14 - Hamzah - Hamzah-Yaa: welcome in this lesson. We study two more cases. We used the index finger off the right hand to type the letter. Okay, Now we stretch our finger and we type the letter. Hein, So that Hi. Uh, Hein. Uh, hi, Di. Hi. This is how we typed the letter high. Uh, hang that. Hi. We do the same thing with the index finger off the left hand. We use the index finger of the left hand toe, tap the letter by, and we stretch our index finger off the left hand toe tap The letters lum a leaf, but lum a lift bar lama leaf bar lam a leaf bar lump. And if so, this is the movement. Okay. Uh, hi, Bob. Lamb leave. Uh, hi, Bob. Lamb a leaf. Now we open our exercise for Dean Lum live Hein. And we do these exercise several times. Toe Master, These two new letters. Thank you very much. 19. Lesson 15 - Hamzah-Yaa and Hamzah: Hi. In this lesson, we continue starting the letter. Hamza hum. Is that tap the letter? Hamza, We use the same finger that types the letter seen. And that finger is the ring finger off the left hand. So seeing Hamza scene Hamza, this is the movement. It makes because the letter hamza is down here. So seen Hamza seen Hamza seeing. Okay, you have to make this movement to be able type of the letter hamza properly because it's somehow aided down here. Okay, this is the basic position. And Hamza seen arms seen Hamson, and now we use the pinky finger off the left hand. Also type the letter Hamza, that is above the letter. Yeah. Okay. We have you Hamza isolated and Hamza above the letter. Yeah. So type Hamza above the letter. Yeah. We use the pink iffing sheen. Hamza sheen. Hamza Sheen comes. Okay. These two letters are down here. Okay, Don't here somehow, Eden. So you have to make this movement to be able type of probably these two legends. Okay. Sheen hamza. Scene Hamza. Good. Good. Hamza above the letter. Yeah, and Hamza is elated. Toe practice tapping this letters. You open exercise 15. Hamza? Yeah. Hamza, I got into you that by the end of this exercise will tap these two letters very comfortably . Thank you very much. 20. Lesson 16 - Daal - Dhaal: Hi. Previously we learned that we used the pinky finger time backspace and? And keys, as you can see. Okay. Next space, enter basic position. Back space. Enter that space. And Okay, so our hands must be on these basic position, as we already know, and we stretch the pink finger, type the back space. Okay. And also the enter kids. Okay, we stretch these pinky finger type next space ed. Now we stretch this finger. Also type the letter down here. Okay. Physic position down. Basic position down. Backspace, enter down. Okay. This is how it type of the letter down. Using the pink finger off the right hand. And now we do the same thing for the pinky finger off the left hand. We stretch the think Think off the left hand to rock type of the letter door do here, dog do sheen. God, we have learned this, okay? And we stretch it further. Type the letter thou. Yeah. Okay. These two fingers, these two cases are not tapped often. I think that's why they are indisposition. But this is how we type it. Basic position. Dow basic position dot Okay, but don't look at the keyboard your fingers must be on this basic position, and you stretch it and go back to the basic position you stretch. And this little profusion help you go back without looking at the keyboard. Okay, We never look at the keyboard. Basic position down. Visit position. Basic position. Dull. Basic position. Foul. Basic position down here. Okay, we have these exercise exercise. Extend. Don, you do this exercise for you to practice typing these two letters. No. Shame that. Shame that. Cuff that cuff Dutch ing. The shame that this is how you practice happened, these two letters, Thank you very much. 21. Lesson 17 - Jeem and Zaa: Hi. In this course, we continue talking about pinky finger. So we used the pinky finger off the right hand toe tapping the letter because we learned that we use the same pinky finger off the right hand type of Atlanta. Huh? Huh? Calf ha. And in the previous lesson, we learned that we use the same pinky finger type the letter Down. Down. So calf, huh? Down now, In this lesson, we learn that we use the same pinky finger off the right hand toe. Type the letter G jean here. Gene Jean. Huh? Calf. Uh, cough G cards dial. Okay. Cough jean Cough. G Kar Jeanne. OK, Also cough, huh? Cars, huh? Carve hot or cough dial. Carve down this lesson with Red cough. GM car Jeanne. OK, we don't look at the keyboard. Okay, Calf gene. So don't look at the keyboard and remember to use the pinky finger off the right hand typed the letter team team. Another letter we started in this lesson is Sasha. It's, uh, sir, we used the ring thing off the right hand toe tap the letter maim, and we use the same a ring finger off the right hand toe tap the letter. Cisa So Mame Za I mean decide. I mean, Saad, this is the movement you make. Okay? The letter aza is a little bit feeding, so I mean at the fingers rests on this basic position. Name only. The finger during finger makes these movement. Okay, this is how your type the letter is that then you do exercise 17 Gene za in orderto practice a little bit more. Thank you very much. 22. Lesson 18 - Taa and Zhaa: Hi. Welcome to the last lesson off the second part. Off course. In this lesson, we continue talking about pinky finger off the right hand. Okay, so we used the pinky finger off the right hand toe. Tap the letter calf, as you can see. Yeah. Caffe Caffe. Okay. On the right side. Off the lead. That calf. We tapped the letter. I don't hear calf. Stop! Calf tall. So basic position. Calf tall calf. So this is the movement calf. So it's a very simple movement. This is basic position. We typed the letter calf and we do this and we type the letter talk because I go next down here. Okay. Gaffe. So down here we typed the letter. Zo cars. So cough. So here, calf go cars. Thought this is the movement. Okay, This way we finish all the letters off the Arabic alphabet, so please toe exercise 18 exercise 18 dog. So Okay, you do this exercise and you master these two letters we have just started. Thank you very much and see you in the next part. Off our course. 23. Lesson 19 - Revision: Hi. Welcome to the third part off our course. There is nothing new in this part. Just a revision off all the letters that we have bean studying. Okay. He are old letters that were being studying. If you want to revise it, just select and start revising. Okay? So if you have any difficulty, if you have any difficulty typing a letter, you can select it and practice a little bit more with real Arabic. Announce. Okay. In the previous part off our course, we're typing random letters in this part. We practiced typing riel, Arabic announce. But one thing we haven't studied yet. It's the shift, Biden. Okay. I mean, this is the Arabic keyboard we started in the previous part. We covered all these Arabic. Let us. Okay. We covered everything here. All the 28 29 letters we covered Ever think? But now when we press, the shift decayed. This is what we see when we press the shift. The keys. Okay, this is what we see. So for these third part off our course, this this and this is what important. This is what is important right now that you need when you type when you exercise the letter. A leaf or hams? Um, okay. You'll need you. See? Here. It's Hamza beneath the letter. A leaf here. It's Ah, We have a live and design here. And here is Hamza above the letter A leaf. This is what we see. And this is what will use in this third part off our course. So, for example, if I want to type on Medina, this is how a type Al Medina. Al, my dear, No. Okay, you noticed that to get the Elif just like this leave just like this. But if I want to type after Mitt, Okay, First I press, This is the basic position. I pressed shift. And here I have Hamza above the letter a leaf. But if I don't press to shift, this is what I get. Okay, If I press here, I don't press here even here. Okay, If I don't press behind if I press as you can see here, if I don't press shift, I get kind. But but it. But if I press, I get hams up beneath. And if, as you can see down here, I have lama live by suppress shift. No north to hear. Hear? Okay, I have this. And if with this sign above Okay, so if I want Oh, type after Mitt I press shift and yeah, I have now I've met here. If I want to type, it's my I want to type Ismail. Here is my money Liu. Ok, so this is what we have toe understand that we press shift like this If we want toe type to press this other shift, it's like this and we type anything. You want this for the left shift or dis for the right shift? Okay, so that's all for this part. If you want toe practice a little bit more in order to master a specific letter, okay? Or it would be better if you advise everything here. New words. It give you more practice and more mastery off these Arabic. Let us thank you very much and see you in the next part. 24. Lesson 20 - Typing Vowels in Arabic: Hi. Welcome. And this is the last part off our course in this part. We're going to learn how to type Arabic letters with day vocals. Okay, We have been typing Arabic letters, words, sentences without the four walls Right now, we are going to learn how to type the flowers. So toe tap the vocals. We have to press the shift. The case and the falls are located here for example, a type this letter name. And for this part, we have find her. If I deleted, I press the shift and here would have double Fattah for at halftime. Okay, I delete my press. And the third we have drama. And 1234 We have Ramadan. So here, this is how we press these volumes. Okay, this is the basic position. So with the think finger off the right hand, you press it when oppressed. You just one fat got mad me. Sorry, My hello More one. And for the gas era and castrate on here You have castle up. And this year you have Castle Aton. So my for me, for mine I mean one. And if I press this I have so coun okay? so going so pointed, for example, I want to say Mom here. Okay, so toe taps Okun back This and here we have already learned about it. Okay, let this So I want toe say, for example Bismillah. Yeah, this me likey. Okay, this is how we write Bismol I Or if I want to write a book that Boone. Okay, another point. Is the comma okay? Comma is here. If I don't If I don't press Ah, the shift its while. But if oppressive, it's common. And here, if I don't dress is very for presage its petered. And here his thought If I press it is the question Mark, for example, is a Oneto esque Uh, what is it for? One pressed in Arabic is my I had a question Mark. See, Question marks like this question Mark My God, what is this? Okay, and, uh, get that wound, Have a kid. ABoone So, comma. What? Have, uh ah Carla Moon. So this is how we type with the four walls or without d forwards, for example, I can say my huh? That Okay, everything forward. My Hazar. Okay. Has, uh Kida Boon come up. Sorry. Hot moon Okay, comma or a question mark over year exclamation mark and so on. So this is how we type the Arabic forwards? Okay, they are located here. You just have to First you type the the letter I want, for example, Calf. Then if you want toe s If you want to type Kasra here are the top of walls and this tool are Deng forwards. Here is nothing but here is so kun So 12341201 Okay, so key that Boone or I can say Al Key Uh, boo like this period. Okay. I would like to say, for example, Okay about the shadow. What Josh did It's here, for example by, say, Al Sammy Al Shams as shams Chancellor, you see here a road, a sham soup without any forwards. But if I want Oh, right, it of our world. I say Al. Okay, I can put a so called year as you can see al and shame. So here is located. That or if I press shift IDs that's did as you can see here nothing pressed is fouled. But if oppress its does touch did so oppresses I press it that's did. And Fattah Sham. So OK, Sham. So a sham, Scoob. By All right. Okay. This son is far a sham, So by doing what? In my room. Okay. Clary Boone. So this is how we type the vowels in Arabic you have here the stats. It's everything. Very well. So you have type it correctly. For example, for the first part, if I write, if I type without Devo balls, it gets running like this. Me? Okay, a lie. He it's written correctly, but as I didn't put in fall, it says it's wrong. So I have toe type something like this. This me Now it's correct. I'm not Hey, okay. Sports here. I have to, uh, he But it's wrong here. Okay, let me jump it. Uh, my need. No, it's my knee. Are a he? Wait, let me restart it. Okay. He's me here. That rough my knee. Rahimi. Okay, something's wrong. This year on the harm group. Okay. Correct. Like here. Read? No, that's probably I uh huh. I mean, maybe Allow me. Yeah. Okay. Something is wrong with this, but we are typing correctly the forwards, so thank you very much. And see you in the next course.