Online Support – Arabic

Learn the pronunciation of letters, the words they can form and how to write the characters

A good start to learn to write Arabic is learning the 28 Arabic letters. This guide shows how to write Arabic letters in isolation. Click on the grid below for video help links that show you how to write Arabic letters. You can also hear the Arabic pronunciation of letters and associated words.

Note that Arabic is read from the right to left. Each Arabic letter adopts one of three formations: at the beginning of a word, in the middle of a word and at the end. Words are written by joining these formations. Our Arabic flashcards are an excellent resource to learn Arabic alphabet formations.




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