Arabic Alphabet and Pronunciation, Diacritical Marks: ـَ ـُ ـِ ـْ ـّ

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Arabic Alphabet and Pronunciation, Long Vowels: ا و ي

Learn to write and pronounce the three long vowels, as well as how to distinguish a long vowel from a consonant.

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Learn the diacritical marks. These small marks above and below consonants give life to Arabic letters.

To help practice the Arabic alphabet download and print letter tracing sheets here: http://saifiarabic.com/index.php/language-resources/arabic-alphabet-exercises

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