Let's Dive Into the Arabic Alphabet Together: 4th letter "ث"/ɵe/
Welcome to the beautiful realm of the Arabic Alphabet with me.
Its letters Protected content written from right to left and are an abjad, which means that it typically only represents consonants and does not include explicit representations of vowels.
The letters have unique shapes that change based on their position in a word, making the script cursive and connected.
The Arabic alphabet was initially used to write the Arabic language, but it has also been adopted to write several other languages, such as Persian, Urdu, and Pashto.
This session focus will be letter "ث " /ɵe/. Do not worry if you missed the previous sessions , you can always jump in .
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