it's an Arabic Alphabet Table. Whenever I learn arabic, i'll be happy i pinned this

Arabic alphabet table

Alphabet (To read correctly start from right to left : "Alif" being the first letter and ending by "Yaa")

Alphabet (To read correctly start from right to left : "Alif" being the first letter and ending by "Yaa")

Learn to Speak and Understand Arabic Like a Native, While Cutting Your Learning Time In HALF!

Learn to Speak and Understand Arabic Like a Native, While Cutting Your Learning Time In HALF!

This drawing shows where the sounds should come out from when you pronounce the Arabic letters.

This drawing shows where the sounds should come out from when you pronounce the Arabic letters.

The Arabic Alphabet has 28 letters. The shape of these letters changes depending on their position in the word, whether isolated; in the beginning of the word (initial); in the middle (medial); or at the end (final). http://www.sakkal.com/Arab_Calligraphy_Art1.html

The Arabic Alphabet has 28 letters. The shape of these letters changes depending on their position in the word, whether isolated; in the beginning of the word (initial); in the middle (medial); or at the end (final). http://www.sakkal.com/Arab_Calligraphy_Art1.html

http://www.abroadlanguages.com/blog/highly-useful-arabic-words-to-learn-arabic-language_3206/

http://www.abroadlanguages.com/blog/highly-useful-arabic-words-to-learn-arabic-language_3206/

The Arabic alphabet is the Arabic script as it is codified for writing the Arabic language. It is written from right to left, in a cursive style, and includes 28 letters. Because letters usually stand for consonants, it is classified as an abjad.  Time period: 400 to the present.  Parent systems: Proto-Sinaitic, Phoenician, Aramaic, Syriac, Nabataean.

The Arabic alphabet is the Arabic script as it is codified for writing the Arabic language. It is written from right to left, in a cursive style, and includes 28 letters. Because letters usually stand for consonants, it is classified as an abjad. Time period: 400 to the present. Parent systems: Proto-Sinaitic, Phoenician, Aramaic, Syriac, Nabataean.

Worksheets: Learning Arabic for Kids....  Love the Arabic worksheets

Arabic Alphabet: Ḍād

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