Read And Write Arabic Letters | Lesson 23 | Learn Arabic Alphabet

  • 21-Mar-2022

Madhavan become welcome back to Casey online. This is IU Palmer, and I'm, an Arabic instructor for costed Arabic Institute. This is the 23rd video in our Arabic letter series, and we'll be learning about the meme and the lamb Elf. You can take out your writing worksheet and follow along with this video. If you wish for those who don't have the worksheets that accompany this video series, please fill out the form at the end of the video and custard will have them sent to you let's get started. So we have.4 main objectives in this lesson, the first is to pronounce the meme and the lamb Elf correctly. The second is to recognize the meme and the lamb Elf when we see them in a word, the third is to write the different forms of the meme.

And the fourth is to pronounce and write the meme and the lamb Elf in a word and the word we have for this lesson is Ghulam, meaning young boy. Now, let's, look at the pronunciation of these two letters. So we have the mean which is, excuse me, a letter in the Arabic. Alphabet, and the mean is like the M in English as in the word mother.

And so the meme is close to a letter that we have in English, which makes the letter meme easy. Now, the lamb Elf is the opposite of the Kelly flag in the last lesson we had the letter combination AIF LOAM. And as you remember, the Elf, lamb, I'll, write it over here.

And if lamb looked like this now, the lamb Elf is the opposite. We switch the lamb and the Elf, and we get this letter combination here, which is a lamb Elf. So if you. Notice here you can see that this left this here is the net is a lamb.

And this is an Elf, and actually they're crossed over. But the lamb comes first and that's, why we call it a lamb Elf. Now there are is another form for the land Elf, which looks like this and is probably used more often than the then than this form here. And so you can see very clearly that this is a lamb.

And this is an Elf and the Elf here is written as a small Elf. So let's, look at where these are in our. Alphabet, so we have here the lamb we're at the lamb and the lamb Elf let's write the meme now in its four different positions. And so we have here, the four positions that each Arabic letter has in the independent position. The mean looks like this. And it dips below the line in the initial position. The mean looks like this in the medial position.

The meme looks like this. And in the fourth position in the final position, the meme looks like this like the in and in position. Now, the lamb Elf, there are. Two possibilities for the lamb Elf.

One possibility is this in which the two are crossed over. And the second is the lamb. And if like this, so we have two possibilities for the lamb Elf now, let's write these together. So I'm going to change my color, yellow. So we're doing the meme.

Now so we're doing the meme in the initial position, I mean, independent position, sorry. And we write the meme like this dips below the line again, it's a little circle. And then it dips below the line like that one more time. Meme like that now in the initial position, the mean looks like this like that it connects to a word after it like that in the medial position, the meme will look like this. It actually dips below the line like that.

Yeah, dips below the line. And when we're time dips below the line in the fourth position in the final position, the meme here, it dips below the line and then comes down again. One more time dips below the line comes down again, dips below the line and comes down great. So now let's write the. Lamb, Elf, so we're going to write the lamb. And if so remember there are two ways to write the lamb.

And if the first way is like this, and we begin actually, we begin with the Elf in this way, and we go like this, and then we come down like that. And then we go like that. So again, we write it again, like this like that. Okay, actually, I wrote thee. Let me erase this here because that wasn't a very good one. Let me do it out again, I'm going to write it again here like that and come up good one more time. We're going to come here like that.

So here we have the lamb Elf now in the second way of writing it look like this like that like this like that. And actually you can take the second. If you pick the second way of writing the lamb, and if you can always write it like this, so you can always write the lamb Clef like this.

And you need to be able to recognize that this is also a lamb Elf now, let's write the lamb and the lamb the meme, excuse me in the land Elf together in a word. And the word that we're going to use for this lesson is Coulomb. So just to recap, we have our de meme in its four positions in the first position. The mean looks like this independent initial like that me do that and final like that in our two ways of writing the lamb at it for like this. And like this now we're going to write the word who lamb.

Now you hear the sound and that's a line. So we're going to write the line. And then we have the look Hui Hui Hui, lamb. So that's, a short, vowel, mama. And then we hear.

The lamb who let lamb who lamb, so we hear lamb there, and then we hear an Clef and the sound at an Clef, and then a meme at the end who lamb and add the meme at the end. So now the of course, the lamb and the line they connect and the lamb and the Elf they connect, but the Elf and the meme do not connect right? And of course, the llama goes on top of the line. So we're going to write this like this, because the design is in the initial position, because it connects to the lamb.

Lamb is in the medial. Position it connects to both the line and the Elf. But here you can see now we're going to put the Elf okay. And then the the meme is going to be written in independent position. Now, if you look here, you see this lamb Elf, but this is not how we write lamp Elf. As you remember there are two ways to write lamb that live, and we're going to choose the second way, so we're going to rewrite this, and we're going to put in the lamb Elf as it is supposed to be written.

So here we have the wine. The lamb Elf and the mean and there we have who lamb, meaning, young boy, let's write this a few times. So here we have who lamb, meaning, young boy. So we're going to write the sign here and come up with our lamp Elf. We have who lamb let's write it again, who Lam one more time we're going down here, I, don't mean, cool am great now let's say, I, went too far that's. Excuse me now let's recap, so we're going to recap. And the letter meme here in Arabic is like the letter M in English as in the word mother.

The lamb Clef is a two letter combination that is presented pronounce la, la. And the letter meme connects two letters both before and after it. So in the third position, the meme looks like this the lamb, and it can be written two ways and can be found at the beginning, the middle or the end of a word, and it can either look like this, or it can look like this. So please download the writing worksheet and practice, writing your lamb and your land Clef and also don't forget to download the right letter. Combination chart and the reading activity that go along with this lesson. And if you would like to get a hold of our entire set of worksheets that go along with this video tutorials, please see the instructions at the end of this video or in the text blurb below hope to see you back here again, either lick hot.

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