Basic Arabic - Lesson 4.3 (Shadda, Fa, Sheen, Kha)
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
In this lesson we will take the shaddah and three consonants:
sheen (sh), and
Shadda is not a letter of the alphabet, it is just a mark written above a consonnant to indicate that it is stressed twice in the pronunciation of a given word.
Note: The fatha or dammah is written above the shadda while the kasrah is written below it or below the consonant:
‘with fatha’ =
‘with damma’ =
‘with kasrah’ =
Now we move to today's consonants:
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