Arabic Script by Dr. Adam

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Com/pages/Lets-Talk-Arabic UNIT TWO What is this? Contents - Demonstratives - Useful adjectives - Grammar and usage - Simple sentences - Noun-Adjective phrases What's this? maa haThaa / haThehe? " and "this…" and are used to refer to masculine and feminine nouns. Look at the below examples and learn how to say "this is a" & "this is the": 1- This is a / an…. (referring to a feminine) 1- This…. (referring to a masculine) 2- This…. (referring to a feminine) Useful adjectives: Note that (m) is an abbreviation for (masculine) & (f) is abbreviation for (feminine).

The only difference in these letters is the number or positions of dots above or below the letter. Look at the next: Third group: These letters also have the same rules of how to join them. Remember that any letters that have two parts (part written above the line & the other part is below the line) we cut the part which is below the line at a beginning of a word or in the middle. If that letter is located at the end it has to be written fully, as shown below: Fourth group: If any letter has two parts (above and below the line) we don't need the part which is below, unless at the end of a word; Fifth group: This is the simplest one as nothing has to be changed.

The only difference in these letters is the number or positions of dots above or below the letter. Look at the next: Third group: These letters also have the same rules of how to join them. Remember that any letters that have two parts (part written above the line & the other part is below the line) we cut the part which is below the line at a beginning of a word or in the middle. If that letter is located at the end it has to be written fully, as shown below: Fourth group: If any letter has two parts (above and below the line) we don't need the part which is below, unless at the end of a word; Fifth group: This is the simplest one as nothing has to be changed.

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