ِArabic written signs

Aug 26, 2022 | Uncategorized

Both Classical and Formal Arabic are written without vowels, that’s because there are no letters representing them, but you – Arabic learners – are fortunate enough that there are signs to represent the vowels which help you spot them when reading.

They – the signs – are written either over or below any letter which means that this particular letter is followed by a particular vowel

Most Arabic speakers don’t use them in their writing nor in most modern books, magazines and newspapers, but again you can find thousands of written materials with signs.

Here is the letter “BAA” – the second letter in Arabic Alphabet – with the three main signs used which are in the middle of red circles just to let you notice them clearly in the picture above

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