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Read the article below and share four facts about the Arabic Alphabets The Arabic alphabet consists of 28 letters, reading from right to left. Shown below are the basic forms of the letters.Arabic doesn’t have a case distinction. There are no upper case or lower case letters .
When combined into words, most letters connect with one another, using slight modifications to the basic letter forms (see more on this below).
The letters are all consonants, but three of them also represent long vowels.
In addition to the letters shown above, there are three short vowels, which are added as small marks above or below the consonants. There are also other marks, signifying things like “silent vowel”, “doubling of the consonant”, etc.
How are Arabic letters written?The letters in the table above, are all shown in their isolated form. This is the basic, original form of the letters.To write a word, we need to make slight modifications to the isolated forms of the letters, to enable them to join with their “neighbors”.
Click on the link below to practice the alphabet and learn the letter forms.http://www.myeasyarabic.com/site/arabic_alphabet_learn.htm
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