Moon Letters (الحروف القمرية): Arabic Pronunciation Training (15) [Audio & Listening Drills]


Mourad Diouri

Mourad Diouri is teaching fellow and e-learning instructor/developer in Arabic Language Studies at CASAW (Centre for the Advanced Study of the Arab World) at the University of Edinburgh.

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5 Responses

  1. Henley.Alex says:

    Thanks, this is good practice. Easy to forget when reading from books.

  2. Nicholson.Elin says:

    م | مُعَلِّم – المعلم
    /al mucallim/

    I’m a bit confused about this card, as I thought teacher was mudarris. Is mucallim another name for teacher, or is it a specific kind of teacher, ie religious, or a regional variation for teacher? Cheers.

  3. Pember-Finn.Tom says:

    I agree, these cards clearly show the difference between the Sun and the Moon letters, especially from a beginner’s point of view.

  4. Annett.Rachel says:

    These cards are great for me. As a beginner it is a great way to review t topic recently covered in class. Again the turtle button is fantastic!

  5. The word Teacher in Arabic has multiple meanings depending on the context:
    مُدَرِّس ; مُرَبٍّ ; مُعَلِّم ; مُنَوِّر

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