Write Arabic for Beginners
What you’ll learn
- The student will learn the Arabic alphabet
- The student will be able to read Arabic perfectly
- The student will be able to write the Arabic language perfectly
- This is the first part of the course Write Arabic Now part 1, so after finishing it you need to take the second part, to learn all about how to write and read in Arabic
- You’re going to learn not only how to write Arabic but how to read too and believe me would be interesting to write in Arabic
- You should keep repeating the videos, till you can get all the information about the lessons
- Is just using your computer, your cell phone, or any device connected to the internet, so you can watch the course whenever you want, and wherever you are, just don’t watch the course doing something else, so you can learn easily, and understand the lessons perfectly
- Learning Arabic is not that hard and you’re going to realize that during the studying.
Welcome to our course Write Arabic now, in this course you’re going to learn not only how to write but to read Arabic too, this is the first part of the course, so after finishing this one, you should go on and take the other parts.
So there’re things you should know before starting this course
The basic Arabic alphabet contains 28 letters, and they change their shape according to their position in a word.
Many letters look similar but are distinguished from one another by dots above or below their central part so we’re going to separate these similar letters into groups just to make it easier
There’re consonants and vowels in Arabic the same as in English, but the difference is we can use the vowel as a consonant too
Arabic, on the other hand, is written from right to left, sure, this takes some getting used to, but is not that hard with enough practice.
The Arabic alphabet is always cursive and letters vary in shape depending on their position within a word.
In this course, you are going to learn the Arabic alphabet, how to pronounce them correctly, and how to get them together to make a word.
Writing and reading Arabic is not that hard, and you are going to realize that during your studying.
Who this course is for:
- people who did business with the Arab world.
- people who Are into diplomatic or cultural relations.
- people who often travel to the Arab world
- people who live in an Arab country
- people who Are planning for a job in an Arab country.
- people who are related to Islam
- people who have an interest in Arab culture and affairs
- people who have Arab family members
- people whose work involve contacts with Arab immigrant communities
- people who enjoy the challenge of learning new languages
- Lectures 26
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 365 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 1
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
- Basic Arabic letters
- Signs and the Vowels
- Letter Alef
- Letter Baa
- Letter Taa2
- Letter Thaa2
- Letter Noon
- How to write the Indian numbers
- Letter Seen
- Letter Sheen
- Letter Saad
- Letter Daad
- Similar Letters