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The Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 2) | A must-have course

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50 Lessons (15h 10m)
    • 1. Everything you need to know about the letter a.le.f° with examples

      25:59
    • 2. Everything you need to know about the letter ba.aa.â° with examples

      18:57
    • 3. How to write the ba.aa.â° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      14:47
    • 4. Everything you need to know about the letter ta.aa.a° with examples

      19:02
    • 5. How to write the ta.aa.â° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      14:12
    • 6. Everything you need to know about the letter tha.aa.â° with examples

      20:26
    • 7. How to write the tha.aa.â° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      15:47
    • 8. Everything you need to know about the letter je.ee.m° with examples

      19:38
    • 9. How to write the je.ee.m° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      13:10
    • 10. Everything you need to know about the letter ha.aa.â° with examples

      20:42
    • 11. How to write the ha.aa.â° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      12:17
    • 12. Everything you need to know about the letter kha.aa.â° with examples

      18:53
    • 13. How to write the kha.aa.â° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      12:40
    • 14. Everything you need to know about the letter da.aa.l° with examples

      18:48
    • 15. How to write the da.aa.l° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      8:23
    • 16. Everything you need to know about the letter dza.aa.l° with examples

      20:27
    • 17. How to write the dza.aa.l° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      7:47
    • 18. Everything you need to know about the letter ra.aa.â° with examples - How to write the ra.aa.â° as a

      26:46
    • 19. Everything you need to know about the letter za.aa.y with examples - How to write the za.aa.y as a b

      26:44
    • 20. Everything you need to know about the letter se.ee.n° with examples - How to write the se.ee.n° as a

      30:36
    • 21. Everything you need to know about the letter she.ee.n° with examples

      21:37
    • 22. How to write the she.ee.n° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      10:18
    • 23. Everything you need to know about the letter sa.aa.d° with examples

      20:56
    • 24. How to write the sa.aa.d° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      9:43
    • 25. Everything you need to know about the letter da.aa.d° with examples

      21:45
    • 26. How to write the da.aa.d° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      10:35
    • 27. Everything you need to know about the letter ta.aa.â° with examples

      23:20
    • 28. How to write the ta.aa.â° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      10:43
    • 29. Everything you need to know about the letter dha.aa.â° with examples

      24:59
    • 30. How to write the dha.aa.â° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      11:52
    • 31. Everything you need to know about the letter ‘a.y.n° with examples

      24:17
    • 32. How to write the ‘a.y.n° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      10:33
    • 33. Everything you need to know about the letter gha.y°.n° with examples

      27:17
    • 34. How to write the gha.y°.n° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      12:34
    • 35. Everything you need to know about the letter fa.aa.â° with examples

      26:05
    • 36. How to write the fa.aa.â° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      10:53
    • 37. Everything you need to know about the letter qa.aa.f° with examples

      29:30
    • 38. How to write the qa.aa.f° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      11:49
    • 39. Everything you need to know about the letter ka.aa.f° with examples

      24:52
    • 40. How to write the ka.aa.f° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      15:28
    • 41. Everything you need to know about the letter la.aa.m° with examples

      29:17
    • 42. How to write the la.aa.m° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      9:14
    • 43. Everything you need to know about the letter me.ee.m° with examples

      25:54
    • 44. How to write the me.ee.m° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      9:36
    • 45. Everything you need to know about the letter no.oo.n° with examples

      25:07
    • 46. How to write the no.oo.n° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      10:17
    • 47. Everything you need to know about the letter ha.aa.â° with examples

      23:04
    • 48. How to write the ha.aa.â° as a bridge in Req’ah hand writing with examples

      9:05
    • 49. Everything you need to know about the letter wa.aa.w° and how to write it as a bridge in Req’ah hand

      20:27
    • 50. Everything you need to know about the letter ya.aa.â° and how to write it as a bridge in Req’ah hand

      22:52
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Hello and Welcome to the Ultimate Arabic Course Series — (Level 2)

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► Please Note ◄
This Arabic course is created and designed according to and inline with:
1- CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and
2- ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages)

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►► This Arabic course is for you because:
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► You will master Arabic writing system

1— Writing is one of the 4 skills of any language, and you should learn the 4 skills المهارات اللغوية at the same time, the Ultimate Arabic Course (level 1) takes you step-by-step and teaches you the Arabic writing system correctly.

2— This is the first online Arabic course of its type that teaches you the 2 common ways of writing in Arabic (Naskh printing and Roq’ah handwriting styles) خط النسخ وخط الرقعة

3— You will learn the most common mistakes most students make when writing Arabic words and you will learn how to avoid them.

4— You will learn a new 4-steps technique on how to write any Arabic word even if it is your first time to hear that word.

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► You will Say goodbye to any textbooks for beginners

1— This amazing comprehensive Arabic course is a complete guide that teaches you everything you need to learn from the beginning, you will not need to buy any Arabic textbooks or tutorials for beginners to learn the basics. You will never need to adapt to any other methods, you can start from scratch and get unimaginable results in short time.

2— This Arabic course has been created and developed in 15+ hours of comprehensive video lessons and free access to answers to questions submitted by other eager students like you.

3— Unlike other Arabic courses out there, you have direct contact with your teacher and if you have any questions about any lesson, you can ask your questions at any time and get answered fast.

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► You will master Arabic pronunciation system

1— One of the common problems in learning Arabic is pronouncing words correctly from the early beginning, mispronouncing letters from the beginning will make you to mispronounce words accordingly.

2— In this course you will learn how to pronounce letters and words correctly from the early beginning and you will learn the common mistakes when pronouncing Arabic letters and words and how to avoid them.

3— You will learn Arabic pronunciation and points of articulation compared to English sounds and points of articulation (deep analysis) with examples.

4— You will learn new techniques on how to differentiate between الحروف المرققة والحروف المفخمة soft sounds and amplified sounds short and long vowels الحركات الطويلة والحركات القصيرة in words with many examples.
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★★★  Teaching Arabic Language is in my DNA :)

I was born in a family of Arabic teachers, starting from my father to my youngest sister, I hold a Ph.D. in TAFL (Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language).

I have been teaching Arabic language to Arab natives and non-natives for more than 12 years. I have over 10 years of experience in professional Arabic language training, consulting, and education, I have served at universities and leading associations.

All courses which I have created and developed, are always inline with common European countries framework of reference for language procedure.

For the past 10 years, I have been encountering 100% of satisfaction with all students who undertaken my courses. 

My passion is inspiring my students through my offline and online courses which I have created and developed using my Learn Real Arabic teaching system. 

Since 2003, thousands of students have taken my Arabic courses (online and offline) - and I'm so grateful to every single one of you. 

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► My Promise to You
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I'll be here for you every step of the way. If you have any questions about course content or anything related to any lesson, you can always post a question in your course dashboard or send me a direct message. 

I want to make my courses the best Arabic online courses. So if there is any way I can improve my courses, just tell me and I'll work with my team to make it happen.
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Already, thousands of students are enrolled in Learn Real Arabic courses, they are learning new techniques and shortcuts to learn Arabic faster, and they make more progress than before.

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Question: When does the course start and finish?
Answer: The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.

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Answer:  Each lesson takes about 5-15 minutes to complete. There is NO TIME LIMIT for finishing the course. So you can do one or two or more lessons per day. However, if you need more time, you can study at your own pace.

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Answer: How does LIFETIME FULL access sound? After enrolling, you have full unlimited access to all lessons - across any and all devices you own.

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“I really learnt a lot from the content of this course; it is very different and actionable. The instructor is professional and makes you feel at ease, his delivery is clear and to the point.” — Emma Jonas

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“Learn Real Arabic courses are really good for Arabic learners of all levels. Lessons are well-explained in step-by-step approach and it helps you to learn Arabic fast, I sincerely recommend Learn Real Arabic courses to anyone who's willing to learn Arabic online." — Sami Morsy, Prof. | Arabic Language Consultant - UK

“This program is by far the best that I have seen, particularly for teaching Arabic to beginners. It is clearly designed using Modern Standard Arabic. The videos are very comprehensive and step by step.”  — Maram Ryad | Arabic Translation Expert - USA

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”I have been working with Haytham for quite some time now. Haytham has helped more people learn Arabic language fast - ranging from total beginners all the way to pros - definitely I will recommend the Learn Real Arabic courses to my friends.”  — Khalid Jamil, Dr. | Islamic University - Malaysia

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Haytham Ibrahim, Prof.

Founder of Aralingo Apps

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Hi there,‎

This is Haytham Ibrahim, highly qualified Arabic language lecturer. I’m an expert in TAFL ‎‎‎(Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language.)‎

Maybe — if you are interested in learning Arabic language — you have come across my name ‎‎before. I’m the Author of the Real Arabic Courses and founder of Aralingo Apps.‎

I have been teaching Arabic to Arab natives and non-natives for more than 12 years.‎ I’m certified as an Official Mind Map Licensed Instructor (BLI)‎

I have taught 1000s of students Arabic language at many universities and institutes using my own methodology.‎ I have created and designed all of my courses according to:‎

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1. Everything you need to know about the letter a.le.f° with examples: assalam alaikum. Hi, Tim Ibrahim is here. Welcome to learn really Arabic. In this video you will learn everything you need to know. About what? The letter Aleph. The letter Aleph is the first little in Arabic off of it and it is one off the non connecting little's the family group of the letter Aleph. You should know that the letter Aleph is a unique little and it doesn't belong to any families as it doesn't share neither the skeletal no lower the way off writing with other letters. So it is a unique letter. Correct pronunciation. The sound produced when you pronounce the letter. Aleph is similar to the sound off the English Little A when you pronounce words such as active and abroad. So as you can see, the first syllable of the word active is a which is similar to the little Aleph in Arabic notes here that there is no swing sound with the letter Aleph, which means we don't have the sound A So we have it always according to the three short vowels a who e. But we don't have a that's what we call it swing sound. So the letter Aleph has no swing sound. Is it soft or amplified litter? Actually, the letter Aleph could be a soft in certain situations and also could be amplified sound in other situations and all the bends on this rounding letters or sounds off the letter Aleph , as you will see after a while, point off articulation. Remember that the letter Aleph always written with a Hamza. That's why here will it comes as a continent. You should drive the hams on top or below the little olive, depending on the pronunciation off the letter in the world. So when the Hamza comes with the little Aleph, the pronunciation off the little Aleph is produced from the bottom off the fruit by abruptly stopping the airflow using the lower throat muscles. Uh, and I live okay, I live depending on a number of factors. The letter Aleph is either heavy or amplified or light, which is solved, and the difference between the heavy and light olive depends on the quality off the preceding letter. For example, the world tor lib the world tall. It means a student. As you can see, the little alley fear is preceded by the little poor, which is an amplified little. So when you pronounce this word, you should say for lib. So as you can see from here, the letter Aleph is affected by the preceding little four. Similarly, for the the world Boer bit as you can see, the world, Norbit means an officer, and it starts with the little door, followed by the little olive. That's why the little dog here is an amplified letter. So it affects the pronunciation off the little olive. So we say Boer bit deorbit. The last example we have here is the wood. So Bill Farber means patient. As you can see from here, the letter Aleph is preceded by the little short, which is an amplified little or sound. That's why the little Aleph is affected by the little sword. So here we say, for Bill four. Well, wrong way to write the letter, Aleph, Remember, So far we have learned how to write that correct or the letter in the correct direction and the letter. Aleph should be written always from top to down. So never write the letter. I live like this. This is the wrong way. So the correct way is to write it from top to down like this. So always that direction off. LF comes from top to down Let's write the letter Aleph according to the line. So remember that we have four shapes off the little Aleph Stand alone Aleph, which should be written like this and initial Aleph comes like this. And remember that Aleph is one off the nun connecting little's, which means you need to leave a smaller space after the olive after the olive here. Then you write the following letter. If the olive comes in the middle, it should be written like this. As you can see from here, we should leave a smaller space after the Aleph immediately. And if it comes at the end of the world, simply, we write it like this. So these are the four shapes off the litter. But if stand alone initial middle and terminal nasty branding style versus Rocca handwriting style. Remember, so far we have learning that we have three types off writing styles in Arabic. The 1st 1 is hopefulness, which means NASCAR printing style. The 2nd 1 is called Roca, which means Rocca handwriting style, and the 3rd 1 is Capital Fan, which is calligraphy for huntin ask. You have learned to read that the root off this Arabic word is NASA, so it comes from the verb NASA heart, which means to copy or it means also toe overwrite. NASA mask Brain ting style is commonly used for printing in different languages like, of course, Arabic person and Pashto. NASCAR brandy style is useful or suitable for use in text, books, magazines, newspapers and actually it is used to copy the Holic or and nowadays, computers using ness or ness like style formed as the default are a big phone for their software and programs. When it comes to the Rocca and writing style, you should consider it as one of the most common type of hand writing. It is known for its eclipse letters, composed off short straight lines and simple curves. Rocca handwriting style was drived from two different types. Solos, phone style and nest renting style. And they are mixing together and produced the Ruka handwriting stock broke. A hand writing style is the easiest to script for daily handwriting and taken notes in the Rocca handwriting style. Full vowels are really used, so you will find that the broker handwriting start words always are written without vowels . As you can see here is the two differences or the two types off phones or writings. The 1st 1 is for the heartedness, which is NASCAR printing style. The 2nd 1 is capped. Haruka, as you can see, therefore, shapes off the little olive. As you can see in Captain Mess with the letter looks bigger compared to help, rigor. As you can see from here, the letter Aleph with the shore devotes on Harakat al Qadissiya. Remember that short vowels in Arabic or three? The fat, huh? And the cast fat high means opening the mouth when you pronounce the letter. DOMA means gathering the lips forward when you pronounce letter. Kasami's lowering the lower Joe when you pronounce the little applying this on the little Aleph. So if we read the letter, Aleph, with their three short vowed he will find that Aleph is written like this with the fat, huh? Like this, Or if the hamza is above the L A vested. Same. So you are going to say, uh and if it comes with Dhamma, you say. But if it comes with the Castro, you should write the Hamza bdo the olive. And in this case, it is pronounced as e. So the three short vowed can be applied on the letter. Aleph, as you can see here, the letter Aleph with that and win. Remember that. Then we need a strong sound off the little noon where at the end, off the noun. And that no one should be indefinite. Neca we have learned this already. Remember that then we never comes with verbs or particles. It comes only with knowns Then no one is never reading at the end off announed within win. So when you say the or Decatur born there is no known at the end it's only then we in dumber then we in has three types off course because it comes with the short vowels We have three short of ours. Then we should have three types off Then win the 1st 1 when it comes with the fat, huh? We have been We in fact have and it is written like this. If it comes with then we in with mama. It is written like this or written like this or the 3rd 1 is to write it like this. I personally prefer to write that win drama like This Way. And if it comes with Stan win Kasra simply you just try double caster underneath the literal When we apply this with the little Al. If we choose a word that ends with olive or it ends in a live. So if we derive the word mab the world map, that means a principle. Let's write it and applied the three types off. 10. Win the world member. That means principle. So when we used and we in here, then we in fact we should ride that that in fact, her here on top of the Hamza. So we say, map the an Magda, and remember that always we had an olive at the end off. Then we, in fact, happen because we haven't Al. If you're already in this world, we shouldn't add a live anymore. Simply just add it and win above the Aleph itself. Mab the an. When we applied and win, we should say map that one MEB their own. And Hamza is here, and you still need towboat that and wind on my here map of their own on top of the hamza. If it comes with. Then we in Costa. In this case, the Hamzah should be be through the olive in this case. So we have here map the in. So when we read that, I mean Kasra should be written here. Member of the in. Remember that. If you asking me now, what is the difference between the three words? I say no difference in terms off meanings. But the difference here is in the position off each of them in the sentence. So, Magda on Mab, the own Mabhida in. And this is the way off how to use, then win or the three types off. Then win with the letter Aleph. Where's none connecting letters? Remember that Aleph itself is one of the non connector lifting letters. That's why whenever you write it after or before on un connecting little, you need to leave a smaller space. So remember that letters are split into two groups connectors and none connectors. Every connector will connect to the next letter in a word. And the night connectors are six letters. Actually, they are Aleph del Vell, raw. They and well. So these are the six letter the six letters that are considered as non connectors or non connecting Little's. So, as you can see from here, if the Aleph is written like this, preceded by Dell from here, forward by veil here, as you can see, we need to leave a space between the letter Aleph before and after it. Why? Because the letter Aleph is one of the nine connecting little. So if it is preceded by or followed by a nun connecting little, we need to leave a small gap or a small space between them with long vowels. The letter Aleph with long vows. Remember that long vowels and Harakah to Leela are three, and they are three letters note characters like Fat Khaddam and Castle Short vowels. So the letter Aleph itself is a longer vowel, and when we say, longer vowed, we need to elongate the sound when we come, or when we pronounce the letter Aleph in a word so that Arabic in Arabic. There are three long vowels letters, as you can see in this case, and the 1st 1 which we have here, is there long about LF, and it is used to lengthen or toe double the sound off the short of Al Fattah which is represented by the little A. So we represented the fat, huh? By the little A And now we represent the longer vowel olive by the double the letter preceding the longer about olive must be with Fattah. So the letter that comes before the Aleph as a longer route should take fat. How always And similarly for their little for the long vowels. Well and yet so the longer vowel yeah, is used to lengthen on top of the sound off the short bottom which is represented by the letter o toe double. Oh, in case off long vowel. Well, the letter preceding the longer value well must be with dumb on top if it so. The letter that comes immediately before the longer vowel wow must have dumb that long of all year is used to lengthen or toe double the sound off the short vowel Kasra, which is represented by the letter E. And it makes it Toby double e. So there, yeah, as a long about in this case is represented by the lovely and also should not hear that their letter preceding the longer Valya must be with Cassa below it. So if I have the little Aleph in this case preceding that long vowel. Wow. In this case, the Aleph must take dumb ass refer. Read a lift like this followed by Well, this LF should be with Thomas since it a well here is a long vowed and the pronunciation is who? Oh, and it would be correct here if you write the Aleph with the Hamza and the drama on top of the hams and the pronunciation Still same do. Similarly, if we have the olive followed by the longer Valya in this case, the Aleph must take a customer. Why? Because it is followed by the longer vowel. Yeah, and the pronunciation is e A. Remember that if the Aleph is followed by another Al, if it gives us the long L if they're eligible, met Elongated Aleph like in worse. When you say I mean the origin here is to have to Al. It's actually, but when we combine them together, it gives us the long vowel. Or the long Aleph, which is a little mint. The letter Aleph with the soup kun. Remember that Su kun is a small circle, a little like this. And whenever a continent does not have a vowel. It receives a mark called a spoon, which is a small circle represent the end off a closed syllable. So the soon as you can see sits above the letter, which is not followed by a vowel. So if we have the word that we have taken just now the world members, which means a principle and as you can see from here if we don't just use the so called on top of the Al if we just to stop on the area for so we say Member member. So the out of here has Asa Coon. In this case, the letter Aleph is one off the week Littles in Arabic roof. Ella, you should know that in Arabic there are three week little's, the Aleph well, and the little. Yet these three letters are very important in Arabic, and the are cold week letters because they don't retain their original form when new words are drived from route lettuce. That's why here, for example, when you say the verb Yakult in the present tense, Yeah, no. Which means, he says, if we convert this verb into past ins, we would say Paula, he said in the past tense. So as you can see from here, the letter well has been changed into a live. That's why we call the letter. Well, to be on, we should consider the better way to be one off the weak little proof week livers Yahoo Becomes aula In the past, it's is it sun or Moon Letter Sham CIA or commodity? Remember that the name Ca Maria Ocean CIA is based on whether they assimilated the letter lamb off the preceding definite article. Alif Lam and the rule here is when when the definite article Alif Lam is followed by a moon letter, no assimilation takes place and the little lamb is pronounce it clearly and the opposite. Which means when the definite article Alif Lam is followed by a son letter, a simulation will take place and the little lamb will not be pronounce it. Let's apply this on the letter Aleph. If we take an example, the word family, let's write it first. Family without the Alif lam family means hope. So when we add the Alif lam to this word family, which means we want to say very hope In this case, we will say a lot. Um, a, uh, Amel. So as you can see from year the lamb, which it comes or which preceding the letter Aleph is pronouncing clearly What does this mean? It means that the letter Aleph is a moon that er half summary. So that's why you will find that the lamb it takes a shoe kun and the Aleph still taking the fat So amul we wanted to use it with then window Mama, I'm alone. So here I would say Al Emma Lou, remember that once you add a Laflamme to the now you cannot use, then win anymore. That's why he was said Al L. A Malu malu, which means the whole so am alone Al a Malu. As you can see, the Aleph here is considered as one of the car Maria letters or the one of the monitors, simply because the lamb which comes in before the lefties clearly pronouncing al el al a Malu l M Alu, let's take a few examples on the letter Aleph, when it comes with the short votes as upset Aleph with Fattah is written like this and we put the Hamza on top of the Aleph as you can see from here, we say, like, for example, the word Ahmed. So as you can see, the l A few takes effect, huh? And in this case, Aleph works as a continent as a little, which means it's not a longer vow, Ahmed. You could write the world family, which we just take, and Amel, which means hope. If it comes with Doma, we will write the word Aleph with Dhamma hams on top and Don Markham's above the Hamza like , for example, when you say the word stairs. So the world which stairs means, uh, Mr, as you can see from here we say who who step, by the way, the world with Steph means mister or sir sometimes. And sometimes it is cold for or it is used for an educated person or, ah, religious teacher and sometimes also teacher in some cultures. So here staff could be a little like this way if we write the verb hooked up in the command form oak tube. So as you can see from here, it takes llama on top of valid and that oak tobe you right as a command When the hamza when that it comes with customer. In this case, we need to write the hamza below the olive. So like this, For example, when you see the ward Eamon E man, which means the faith, Eamon or Islam like this, their arm which means respect their arm. So, as you can see from these examples, the Hamza comes underneath that I live and it takes customizable. If the olive comes with the long vowel Aleph, as we have said, we have a live plus. The Aleph gives us a little Met like, for example, when we see the world a mean or the world as if as if means sorry. Also at live, as we have said, is considered as a part off the definite article Laflamme l So when you have a little means Is that so? When you say I'll buy Tau Bay to literally means the house Al by two. So as you can see the Aleph here is support off the emblem. Also, if that ah lamb precedes the Aleph, it gives us their lam Alif. So lamb for a boy and a live In this case, we will get last, which means no or not. And if it comes in a world like Callum Kala means speech. Callum See the lemon olive is year considered in the middle of the world, and we have the world Vellum. Wala means darkness vaal. Um, written like this way. So we have the world's Callahan the world. Val, um, as you can see both of them using the lamb a live in the middle of the world. Thanks for watching and let's move to the next listen. 2. Everything you need to know about the letter ba.aa.â° with examples: Salaam alaikum. Hi, Tim O'Brien is here. Welcome to learn really Arabic. In this video you will learn everything you need to know about the little bear. First thing you need to learn here is that the little bit is the second letter in Arabic. Alphabet comes directly after the letter. Aleph and Ritterbusch is one of the connecting Little's. The family group off the letter. Bet you should know also that the little bear is in the same family off the letters and sip as the three letters share the same Skelton and the way of writing The main difference here is the number of dots and the placement off these dots. So, as you can see from here, you will find that the letter the letter back comes in the same group off that and fit all of the three letters they shared the same Skelton. The main difference here is just in case of, but we have one dot below the letter in case if that we have the two dots above the liver and said we have three dots, the correct pronunciation off the little bear. The sound produced when you pronounce the letter bear is similar to the sound off the letter B. When you pronounce words such as bank or bet, however, it is not the same sound as the little be found in English words like bar or basket. That's why we need to learn. Is it a soft or an amplified letter? You should know that the letter bear is a soft sound, which means always pronounce it as bad. Bad never pronounce it as ball. That's why we can say here that the little bet is a soft sound and it doesn't have an amplified version. The point off articulation off the letter back. The letter bear is one of the letters, which is articulated with the lips voiced by labial. Stop. As you can see from here from this picture, the letter bear is pronouncing mainly from the lips. Bear back, back and there is an important loot here. You should know also that the letter P does not exist in Arabic. However, in Arabic, you can find the equivalent for the letter P as the in the little fair, fair Wrong way is to write the little bear. I have seen many people when they write the letter back the righted like this. This is wrong. Simply became because they write it from from left to right. The correct way of writing is to follow the Arabic standard way off writing from right to left. So if we just make it with arrows, you will find that we start from here. Then we end the letter and the dot is the last stage or the last thing. You right below the little. So if we say here, number one here number two and the doctor will be here. Number three. This direction from here to here is wrong. The letter back according to the line. Remember that the letter buys always written on the line. As you can see from here, we can write it in the standalone shaped like this on the line. If it comes in the beginning like this in the middle should be written like this and terminal should be written like this. This is the little bet in the four ships. According to the line. That's good parenting style versus Rocca handwriting. The nasty Brent Extell off the little bear is here. As you can see from this shape, this is the four shapes off the little bit when they are written in the nest brain thing style. However, in the rika hand writing style, you will find that we have some curve is written it using this method. So I'm going to have to arrive them to show you how to write the mask and Erica handwriting style for mask. We just read the back in the four shapes like this. They're stand alone back the initial birth and here, middle and the terminal, but is written like this. That's for the nest for the Rika handwriting. Simply we write it like this. That and here as initial and in the middle. And this is for terminal. So that's the main difference between the mask, printing style and Rocca handwriting style with the short vowels. Remember that we have learned that for short vowels. Harrogate, call Sierra. We have three. The 1st 1 is fact had. The 2nd 1 is dumb and the 3rd 1 is the castl