Arabic Alphabet

Arabic alphabet are alphabet letters originating from Arabic. Arabic alphabet and how to read them have different order rules with alphabetical terminology. There are 29 Arabic letters, and to be able to speak Arabic, of course we need to memorize all of the Arabic letters.

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In order to easily remember the Arabic letters and know how to read them, you should first prepare a print out of the Tijasan Hijaiyah along with its Latin writing or you can also see the picture below,

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The order in the arabic alphabet in the table above refers to the order commonly used in the` Arabic dictionary. There is a difference in the mention of the names of the letters ‘Arabic according to linguists’ Arabic (experts nahwu or nahwiyyin) with experts qira’ah. According to the Arabic linguist, the names of the letters are read by adding Alif Lâm in front of them and the letters Hamzah behind them. For example, the letter Bâ (ب) is given the name al-Ba’u, written اَلْبَاءُ, so that when read it reads: Bâ ’or Bâk.
The following is a way of writing, especially if the letters are written on a continuous basis. We need to really pay attention when the letters are combined with other letters, because there are several letters when written in a series to function as an extended reading.

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Also important in reading arabic alphabet is the way letters are released or the pronunciation of letters, because there are differences in each pronunciation of the letters.

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Transliteration (change of writing letters) Arabic to Latin so far does not have universal standards, depending on each country or even each publisher of writing.

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