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In this lesson I go in to some details on the differences between the latin script and the arabic script. I go in to details of the four forms a letter can in compound format in the Arabic language; isolated, initial, medial and final. I also go into some details regarding the ta marbuta or ta marboota and the alif maqsoora. self-test https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1_UeD43jCqBcDZoWTRoMHJTRE0/view?usp=sharing PowerPoint https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1_UeD43jCqBMk1QdWxFcnhKZW8/view?usp=sharing Exercise Aid https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1_UeD43jCqBbGhra2pPNzRsbUE/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1_UeD43jCqBLWZVRW9BN2x4bHM/view?usp=sharing Qaida nooraniya - huroof al murakkaba https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1_UeD43jCqBMklEQ3VKdWZ2MXVvd1hNV0V3MTVsNXZZckdZ/view?usp=sharing Flash Cards https://quizlet.com/2567213/flashcards Quran http://www.quran.com Arabic script is written right to left whereas Latin script is written left to right (self-test) Arabic script is written in compound format whereas Latin is written in isolated format (self-test) There are four forms a letter can take in compound format (self-test) Isolated Initial Medial Final You have already learned all letter in isolated forms alif maqsoora Looks like a yaa but pronounced like an alif (self-test) Writing convention includes a small alif on the yaa to denote an alif maqsoora Is only written at the end of a word
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