Final Consonants

نهائي الحروف الساكنة

Introduction

مُقَدِّمَة

Because Arabic is always written in a connected, cursive-style script, most letters have four cases, an isolated, beginning, middle and final form. In this lesson, you will learn the final form.

These letters are written with lines to the right connecting to preceding letters and usually have a more ornate flourish than with the forms in the other cases.

Letters

الاحرف

ـا Play
alif

ā final final glottal stop final final
ـب Play
baa

b final final
ـت Play
taa

t final final
ـث Play
thaa

th final final
ـج Play
jiim/giim

j final final ǧ final final g final final

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