Arabic Language| Importance of Alphabets|Steps to Learn Arabic Letter|Read Arabic|Write Arabic| Alif
Arabic l Foreign LanguageArabic Alphabet | Arabic LanguageHello everyone!Marhaban and Thank You for watching Edupedia World videos.By the end of this lesson, you will be able to read, write, say and identify the target letter. Actually, it is very important to start with the alphabets as they are the basic of any language. So to learn any new language one should master the alphabet and should be able to read and write.Here are the steps that I follow to teach you each letter in the alphabet which means the following steps would be repeated with each letter, and they are:First you will find out:- the sound of the letter (guess the sound) then the shape of the letterAfter that you will learn one Arabic word start with the target letterthen you will learn how to write it and you will get some exercises to test yourself and finally you will have listening task.These lessons would be good for the adults who are learning the language by themselves and they would be good resources for the teachers to use them inside the classroom.So let’s start our wonderful journey with the first Arabic letter. YELLA.Listen to the following words, then guess the common sound. The words are :-ABAKHASADARNABARZANFSo what is the common sound between these words. The answer is "A".Now you can pause the video to find out how does the letter ‘A’ look like then you can check your answer on the next slide.Remember that you have to read or look at the word from right to left.So this is the shape of the letter ‘A’. It’s sound is exactly the same as a in apple.Now it’s the time to learn one Arabic word that starts with ‘A’ and the word is "ARNAB".It’s just two syllables, AR – NAB and it means rabbit.How to write the letter A. It’s two parts, the first part is very simple to write it. It’s just a vertical straight line. The second part, which is HAMZA, and it’s like a hat at the top of the letter A. To write it, youwill draw small C with a short horizontal line. Now on a piece of a line paper, practice the writing of the letter A. You can pause the video at this step.Now it’s the time to test yourself. Try to find out the letter A in each word.Just a note that there are no tricks, each word has the letter A. Once you finish you can check your answers in the next slide. Again you have to look at these words from right to left. So there are A at the beginning of the word Ab, Akh, Asad. And there are A in the middle of these words Fa’s, Ra’s, Ka’s, and there are again A at the beginning of these words Arnab, Arz, Anf.Listening Task: Listen to the following sentences and by using the English letters write down the words that has the sound A. The sentences are:Dhahaba Ahmad Ella Hadiqati AlhayawaanatShaahada Assad wa ArnabAkala tufffahNow, let us check the answers what are the words that have the sound A. We have Ahmad and Ahmad is the Arabic name for boys. Alhayawaanaat, actually the word hayawaanaat by itself means animals. Once we add ‘AL’ to any noun it gives the meaning of the. So Alhayawaanaat means the animals.Asad which means lion.Arnab which is Rabbit.Akala which means he ate.That’s all about the letter “A”. Remember to link each letter with an Arabic word and keep on practicing.Thank You for watching and be ready for the next letter. Ilalliqa.Above Mentioned Video:-1. Importance ofAlphabet - 00:00:23 - 00:01:30 2. Guess the Sound - 00:01:35 - 00:01:533. Guess the Shape of the Sound - 00:01:54 - 00:02:314. Arabic Word - 00:02:34 - 00:02:465. Writing Skill - 00:02:50 - 00:03:366. Find out the Letter - 00:03:41 - 00:04:157. Listening Skill - 00:04:50 - 00:06:36Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education.Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH for more free videos on Arabic Languages.All Rights Reserved.