Arabic language : How to Read and Write - easy way !
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Arabic language : How to Read and Write - easy way !

An essential step-by-step course : learn how to read and write from arabic alphabet to actual words. No Step skipped!
4.1 (20 ratings)
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Created by Adam Muhammad
Last updated 1/2017
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Includes:
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 32 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Know the names of the arabic letters
  • Pronounce the names of arabic letters correctly
  • Write arabic letters
  • Understand how arabic letters connect to each other
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Requirements
  • Before starting this course, Students need a printer to print the Exercise FILES to practice their writing
Description

If you are a complete beginner and want to be able to read and write Arabic language - This course if for you!

You will no more rely on transliteration to be able to read and write Arabic language.



How this course is organized

The complete course has three parts:

In Part 1 you learn how to read and write Arabic letters.

In Part 2 you learn how letters connect to each other. Arabic letters have different forms whether they appear in the beginning, the middle or the end of the writing - or even isolated! After learning the Arabic alphabet in Part 1, you learn the different forms of the Arabic letters when they appear in actual words!

In Par 3 you learn how to read actual words and sentences. 



This approach is very simple and easy to follow.

This course is the missing-link for serious learners who want to take their Arabic language to the next level!

Who is the target audience?
  • Students who want to be able to read and write arabic language using arabic characters
  • Students who don't want to rely on transliteration during their arabic language learning
  • Everyone who is beginning learning arabic language
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Curriculum For This Course
41 Lectures
03:30:44
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How to read and write arabic alphabet.
29 Lectures 02:13:42

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter ALIF
Preview 04:30

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter BAA
Preview 04:28

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter TAA
  • distinguish the letter BAA from the letter TAA
Preview 06:20

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

read and write the letter THAA

distinguish the letters BAA, TAA and THAA from each other

Lesson 04 : Letter Thaa ( ث )
06:52

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter JEEM
Lesson 05 : Letter Jeem ( ج )
04:15

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter HAA
  • pronounce correctly the letter HAA
  • distinguish the letter HAA from the letter JEEM
Lesson 06 : Letter Haa ( ح )
04:22

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter KHAA
  • pronounce correctly the letter KHAA
  • distinguish the letters JEEM, HAA and KHAA from each other.
Lesson 07 : Letter Khaa ( خ )
05:10

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter DAAL
Lesson 08 : Letter Daal ( د )
02:58

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter DHAAL
  • pronounce correctly the letter DHAAL
  • distinguish the letter DHAAL from the letter DAAL
Lesson 09 : Letter Dhaal ( ذ )
04:26

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter RAA
Lesson 10 : Letter Raa ( ر )
04:59

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter ZAA
  • distinguish the letter RAA from the letter ZAA
Lesson 11 : Letter Zaa ( ز )
05:05

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter SEEN


Lesson 12 : Letter Seen ( س )
05:03

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter SHEEN
  • distinguish the letter SHEEN from the letter SEEN
Lesson 13 : Letter Sheen ( ش )
04:00

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter SAAD
  • pronounce the letter SAAD correctly
Lesson 14 : Letter Saad ( ص )
04:47

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter DHAAD
  • pronounce the letter DHAAD correctly
  • distinguish the letter DHAAD from the letter SAAD
Lesson 15 : Letter Dhaad ( ض )
04:28

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter TAA
  • pronounce the letter TAA correctly
  • distinguish the letter  ط (TAA)  from the letter  ت (TAA)
Lesson 16 : Letter Taa ( ط )
04:17

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter ZHAA
  • pronounce the letter ZHAA correctly
  • distinguish the letter ZHAA from the letter TAA


Lesson 17 : Letter Zhaa ( ظ )
04:31

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter AIN
  • pronounce the letter AIN correctly
Lesson 18 : Letter Ain ( ع )
02:46

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter GHAIN
  • pronounce the letter GHAIN correctly
  • distinguish the letter GHAIN from the letter AIN
Lesson 19 : Letter Ghain ( غ )
05:30

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter NOON
  • distinguish the letter NOON from the letter BAA
Lesson 20 : Letter Noon ( ن )
05:25

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter LAAM
  • understand the relation between the letters ALIF, NOON and LAAM
Lesson 21 : Letter Laam ( ل )
04:08

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter QAAF
  • pronounce the letter QAAF correctly
  • understand the relation between the letters QAAF and NOON
Lesson 22 : Letter Qaaf ( ق )
03:41

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter FAA
  • understand the relation between the letters FAA, BAA and QAAF
Lesson 23 : Letter Faa ( ف )
05:48

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter KAAF
  • pronounce the letter KAAF correctly
  • distinguish the letter KAAF from the letter QAAF
Lesson 24 : Letter Kaaf ( ك )
04:40

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter MEEM
Lesson 25 : Letter Meem ( م )
02:23

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter HAA
  • distinguish the letter  ه (HAA) from the letter  ح  (HAA)
Lesson 26 : Letter Haa ( ه )
05:30

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter HAMZAH
  • pronounce the letter HAMZAH correctly
Lesson 27 : Letter Hamzah ( ء )
04:35

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter WAAW
  • understand the relation between the letters RAA and WAAW
Lesson 28 : Letter Waaw ( و )
03:36

After completing this lecture, you will be able to:

  • read and write the letter YAA
  • understand the relation between the letters BAA, TAA, THAA, NOON and YAA



Lesson 29 : Letter Yaa ( ي )
05:09

This quiz is about the Arabic alphabet we studied in this section.
All the questions here are related to the lessons we studied.
If you have any doubt, please review the respective lecture.

ARABIC ALPHABET QUIZ
4 questions
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Arabic Alphabet Flashcards
7 Lectures 39:35

This is a little explanation about the importance of memorizing the letters by heart.

Introduction to the exercises
01:28

This exercise has 5 Arabic letters: ا ب ت ث ج

Exercise 01 - Letters ا - ب - ت - ث - ج
04:20

This exercise has 10 Arabic letters: 5 letters of the previous exercise and ح خ د ذ ر

Exercise 02 - Letters ح - خ - د - ذ - ر
04:13

This exercise has 15 letters: 10 letters of the previous exercise and ز س ش ص ض

Exercise 03 - Letters ز - س - ش - ص - ض
05:37

This exercise has 20 letters: 15 letters of the previous exercise and ط ظ ع غ ف

Exercise 04 - Letters ط - ظ - ع - غ - ف
05:46

This exercise has 25 letters: 20 letters of the previous exercise and ق ك ل م ن

Exercise 05 - Letters ق - ك - ل - م - ن
07:33

This exercise has 29 letters: 25 letters of the previous exercise and ه و ي ء

Exercise 06 - Letters ه - و - ي - ء
10:38
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How to identify Arabic letters in Arabic words
2 Lectures 16:50

In this lesson we learn the four transformations that the letter  ب goes through in Arabic words.

Arabic letters are written differently whether they appear in the beginning, the middle or the end of a writing. So, from this lesson on, we will study all these forms.

Preview 08:07

In this lesson we demonstrate that the letter ت goes through the same transformations as the letter ب

Preview 08:43
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How to read arabic language
3 Lectures 20:37

In this lesson, we have an introduction about Arabic vowels. We learn that Arabic has 3 vowels, which are: Fathah, kasrah and Dhammah, and we learn how to read Arabic letters containing these three vowels.

Preview 11:23

In this lesson, we will recite all the Arabic alphabet with the vowels Fatha, Kasrah and Dhammah.

This say we are studying the first Arabic syllables.

Preview 03:49

In this lesson, we learn how to read words containing two letters: ب and  ت

Preview 05:25
About the Instructor
Adam Muhammad
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3,282 Students
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Teacher

I am a polyglot from Mozambique. 31 years old. I speak and write 5 languages, namely

Portuguese (my native language), English (the first language I learnt when I was 15), French (the second language I learnt 5 years later), German (two years later, I learnt this language) and Arabic (still studying it to fluency).

I believe there is a better way to learn a language. It does not have to be that hard. Since I leant all those languages by myself, I found out better and faster ways to learn it. I am sharing those here with you.

For example, language learners try to memorize 100 words of a target language. After they memorize it, done. They memorize other 100 or 200 words. After 2000 words or more, they wonder why they cannot speak the target language, or even remember what they thought they knew!

This is not learning a language. The objective of a language is communication. Try to communicate using the target language as soon you as you decide to learn it.

When you decide to memorize new vocabs, use new and proven methods, not those endless lists of words and meanings with no connection to your personal needs.

My contribution in this journey is to develop programs to help my fellow language learners learn it in a fast and fun way.