Some interesting facts about Arabic letters


1. Arabic is written from right to left. So all the publications (books, magazines, newspapers,..) are opened from right to left.
2. Arabic letters have to be connected to each other, in each word. If they are not connected they will not give meaning even if they are written in the correct order. Except for abbreviations.
3. All Arabic letters connect to the previous letter, but only 22 letters connect to the following letter and 6 letters don’t connect.
4. Arabic has no capital and small letters. But each letter has different shapes according to its position in the word, at the beginning, at the middle and at the end.
5. Arabic has 28 letters. 25 letters are consonants and 3 are long vowels, and 2 of them can work as consonants.
19 de marzo de 2020
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Hello! I am Nagwa, I am a native Arabic speaker originally from Cairo, Egypt. *** I am a Member of the International Union for the Arabic Language, Arabic Language International Council.*** I have a bachelor's degree in English Literature, and a high Diploma in Education. I have experience teaching classes and individual students and experience teaching many different levels of Arabic both Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA) to people from different countries. I have taught at all levels, from elementary to intermediate to advanced. I have experience teaching grammar, conversation, writing, pronunciation, and reading and listening skills. Online lessons are a great way to practice conversation skills and it allows you to learn from the comfort of your own home. Whatever the reason you may have to learn Arabic, whether it is for studies, exams, work or just general improvement I am here to help you. I am very flexible and ready to find the best way to f...
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Hello! I am Nagwa, I am a native Arabic speaker originally from Cairo, Egypt. *** I am a Member of the International Union for the Arabic Language, Arabic Language International Council.*** I have a bachelor's degree in English Literature, and a high Diploma in Education. I have experience teaching classes and individual students and experience teaching many different levels of Arabic both Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA) to people from different countries. I have taught at all levels, from elementary to intermediate to advanced. I have experience teaching grammar, conversation, writing, pronunciation, and reading and listening skills. Online lessons are a great way to practice conversation skills and it allows you to learn from the comfort of your own home. Whatever the reason you may have to learn Arabic, whether it is for studies, exams, work or just general improvement I am here to help you. I am very flexible and ready to find the best way to f...
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