Arabic Reading Practice | Lesson 8
In Lesson 8 of our Arabic learning journey, we will apply all previously learned concepts to practice Arabic reading. Here’s a recap of the topics we’ve covered:
- Presentation of the Arabic alphabet
- The short vowel marks
- Double end-of-word vowels – tanween
- Long vowel marks
- The absence of a vowel – the sukoon
- The Shaddah
- Arabic alphabet joined form
Remember, Arabic is written and read from right to left.
The column displays each letter individually. To hear the pronunciation, click on the audio player beneath the words. The word’s final reading can be heard in the last column.
Be attentive to the shaddah on Arabic letters. Keep in mind that depending on their position in a word—beginning, middle, or end—Arabic letters can take different forms.
Arabic Reading Practice Chart
This Arabic lesson has concluded. Insha’Allah, you are now equipped to read in Arabic. It’s an opportune moment to delve into Arabic language rules and begin learning the Tajweed principles for reciting the Holy Quran.
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