Arabic Alphabets / Arabic Letters

To learn Arabic language, Alphabets are the main part of language learning. Here you learn Arabic alphabet/Arabic letter. If you are interested to learn Arabic language, this place will help you to learn Arabic alphabet/character in Arabic and their pronunciation in English. Language is a communication tool in which knowledge, emotions and feeling convey to others. To learn Arabic language, first we learn Arabic alphabets and then learn Arabic alphabets with words and images and their pronunciation in English. Common vocabulary is one of the important sections. Common Vocabulary contains common words that we can used in daily life conversations.

Arabic is one of the popular languages over 300+ million native speakers and 400+ million speakers to communicates their language around the world. Arabic language is a Semitic language. Arabic alphabet is otherwise called Arabic abjad (abjad means, a language only uses consonants). Arabic language is the fifth largest language in the world. In Arabic language, there is no capital letter and small letter / upper-case and lower-case letters. The Arabic language can be written from right to left of the unique order.

Arabic language is an official language of many countries such as Egypt, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Oman, Kuwait, Somalia, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Tunisia, Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Chad, Djibouti, Eritrea, Jordan, Lebanon, Mauritania, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Yemen and also a national language of Mali and Senegal. Arabic language is one of the most influential languages in the world.

Arabic alphabet

Arabic alphabet is called الأبجدية العربية (al’abjadiat alearabia). Arabic vowels are known as الحروف المتحركة (alhuruf almutaharika) and Arabic consonants are known as الحروف الساكنة (alhuruf alssakina). Arabic alphabet has 28 letters. There are no consonants in Arabic language. Arabic alphabet can write two ways

• Abjad (أَلِفْبَائِي)
• Hija (هِجَائِي)

Arabic Abjad (أَلِفْبَائِي)

ARABIC ALPHABETS – Abjad (أَلِفْبَائِي)

الأبجدية العربية al’abjadiat alearabia

English

Arabic

Pronunciation

أ

a

alif

ب

b

ba

ج

j

jim

د

d

dal

ه

h

ha

و

w

waw

ز

z

zai

ح

ha

ط

ta

ي

y

yah

ك

k

kaf

ل

l

lam

م

m

mim

ن

n

nun

س

s

sin

ع

rh

rhayn

ف

f

fa

ص

sad

ق

g

gaf

ر

r

ra

ش

sh

shin

ت

t

ta

ث

th

tha

خ

kh

kha

ذ

dh

thal

ض

dad

ظ

dha

غ

gh

ghayn

Read also:  A-Z Dictionary  |  Vocabulary  |  Quiz

Arabic Hija (هِجَائِي)

ARABIC ALPHABETS – Hija (هِجَائِي)

الأبجدية العربية al’abjadiat alearabia

English

Arabic

Pronunciation

a

alif

b

ba

ta

th

tha

j

jim

h

ha

kh

kha

d

dal

dh

thal

r

ra

z

zai

s

sin

sh

shin

sz

sad

dad

tz

ta

dha

rh

rhayn

gh

ghayn

f

fa

g

gaf

k

kaf

l

lam

m

mim

n

nun

ha

w

waw

y

yah

Learn Arabic language, you must learn Arabic Sentences and Phrases as below, it helps more strength to convey your Arabic conversations.

SENTENCES & PHRASES

Hello

مرحبا marhabaan

Welcome

أهلا بك ahlaan bik

Thanks

شكرا shukraan

Congratulations

تهانينا tahanina

Good morning

صباح الخير sabah alkhyr

Happy birthday

عيد مولد سعيد eyd mawlid saeid

I love you

أحببك ahababak

Read more…

Read also:  Number in Arabic

Alphabets in other languages:

Picture Vocabulary

fruit  |  vegetable  |  bird  |  animal  |  color  |  flower  |  tree  |  fish  |  insect  |  music  |  shape  |  building  |  place  |  landscape  |  body parts  |  ornament  |  school  |  hospital  |  household items  |  kitchen items  |  stationery items  |  occupation

VOCABULARY

fruit  |  VEGETABLE  |  BIRD  |  ANIMAL  |  FLOWER  |  NUMBER  |  GREETING  |  COLOR  |  DAY  |  MONTH  |  RELATIONSHIP  |  BODY PARTS  |  HOUSEHOLD ITEMS  |  KITCHEN ITEMS  |  OCCUPATION  |  STATIONERY  |  PLANET  |  SCHOOL  |  HOSPITAL  |  DISEASE  |  #all  |  play games

GRAMMAR

SYNONYM  |  ANTONYM  |  POSITIVE words  |  PREFIX  |  SUFFIX  |  VERB  |  NOUN  |  ADJECTIVE  |  SENTENCES  |  1000 words  |  come  |  did  |  how  |  my  |  please  |  she  |  this  |  what  |  when  |  where  |  who  |  why  |  thank  |  #all

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