Arabic Letters: Thaa2 (ث) and Noon ( ن )
With this free online course, discover the Arabic letters have the same phonetics as the English letters 'Th and N.'Publisher: Muhammad Elshanawy
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Did you know that in Arabic, words always begin with a consonant and end with a vowel? In this way, it's very different from most English words that have two consonants in an exceeding row and may sometimes have silent letters. The goal of this course is to teach you the fourth and twenty-fifth letters of the Arabic alphabet.
It starts with 'Thaa2 (ث)', the fourth letter in the Arabic alphabet. You will discover that the letter 'Thaa2' sounds like 'Th' in English. Next, you will explore the letter 'Thaa2' with the short and long vowels. In addition, we will explain the letter 'Thaa2' with Tanween Fat7ah, Damah and Kasrah. You will learn how to write the letter Thaa2 depending on the position in the word.
The final section illustrates the twenty-fifth letter in the Arabic language, the letter Noon (ن). You will also explore the letter Noon with the short and long vowels, as well as Tanween. Arabic letters can have four different forms corresponding to an initial, (middle), or final. You will learn how the letter Noon links to the letter before or after. Continue your Arabic journey by learning the letters Thaa2 (ث) and Noon ( ن ).Start Course Now
Having completed the course, you will be able to
- Recognise the fourth and twenty-fifth letters in the Arabic alphabet
- Describe how to write Arabic letters Thaa2 (ث) and Noon (ن)
- Explain how to pronounce letters Thaa2 (ث) and Noon (ن) correctly
- Distinguish the letters Thaa2 (ث) and Noon (ن) with the short vowels
- Analyse the differences between letters Thaa2 (ث) and Noon (ن) with the long vowels
- Explore the letters Thaa2 (ث) and Noon (ن) with Tanwen
- Define how to write the letters Thaa2 (ث) and Noon (ن) depending on the position in the word
- Discuss when and how to use the letters Thaa2 (ث) and Noon (ن)
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