For those of you who are learning the alphabet and feel like practicing their reading skills, here is a simple exercise.
Every time I’ll write one single word in Arabic, in order to keep it simple for a start. You’ll need to transcribe it in latin letters. All words are in MSA, we can give the Darija equivalents on the go if you like.
Here is a reminder about the transcription way I usually use:
7 is for ?
3 is for ?
2 for the hamza.
And when I put î, ô, or â, that means that there is madd. Meaning that it’s long ee, oo and aa.
3ammî (my uncle, father’s brother).
7imârun (a donkey).
Mâ2idatun (a table).
Alright, here we go:
PS: I can’t make the writings go any bigger. Just copy and paste them into your Word document or gmail draft, and make the size bigger.