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ARABIC LANGUAGE: Foreign Languages: SUN AND MOON LETTERS | Arabic Language Hello, everyone and Thank You for watching Edupedia World videos. The Sun and the Moon-letters by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. Before we start let's remember few things about the article The. The Arabic word for The is (AL). It joins onto the words it defines and it comes at the beginning of it. The Arabic Alphabet is divided into two groups of letters. The moon letters and the Sun letters. Lets see what are the moon letters first. The moon letters are A, Ba, Ja, Ha, Kha, ‘A, Gha, Fa, Qa, Ka, Ma, Ha, Wa and Ya. When Al is followed by a word beginning with a moon letter, then it is written with a Sukoon on the La and is pronounced as Al. Example, Jamal, when you add Al at the beginning of it, it becomes, Al Jamal. Here is the example, so Jamal is a Camel, Al Jamal is the Camel. So when you add Al at the beginning of Jamal, which starts with a moon letter, It becomes Al Jamal. By adding Sukoon on La of Al, and Al is still pronounced the same. Al Jamal. The Tanween at the end of the word without Al changes into a single short vowel, once Al is added. More Example: Jamalun becomes Al Jamalu Jamalan becomes Al Jamala Now add Al to the following words. Waladun, Baitan, Kharoofen, Mawzun. So the words with Al, Waladun becomes Al Waladu, Baitan, Al Baita. Kharoofen, Al Kharoofi. Mawzan Al Mawzu. That's all about the moon letters or Al Huroof Al Qamaria. Now lets find out what are the sun letters, Al Huroof Al, Al Huroof Ashamsia. So the sun letters are Ta, Tha, Da, Dha, Ra, Za, Sa, Sha, Sa, Dha, Ta, Zha, Na and La. Sun letters are written with a Shaddah when they come straight after Al. The La of Al does not take a Sukoon. Instead it becomes a silent letter. Taaj becomes Attaj. So if a word starts with a sun letter you have to put Shaddah on the top of it, after adding Al. And La of Al will be silent. Taaj, it becomes Attaj. The same thing, Tanween at the end of the word without Al, changes into a single short vowel once Al is added. Example Taajun becomes Attaju. Taajan becomes Attaja. And Taajin becomes Attaji. Now add Al to the following words and these words starts with sun letters. Shamsin, Tawusun, Sagheeran, Nahlatun. So the words Al, Shamsin becomes Ashshamsi, Tawoosun, Attawoosu, Sagheeran, Assagheera, Nahlatun Annahlatu. Now you have to add Al to the following words. First you have to see if a word start with a sun letter or a moon letter, then add Al to these words. We have Arnab, Battah, Sallajah, Haleeb, Kharooof, Dob, Z, Dhahab, Rajol, Zarafa, Samaka and Shajarah. Remember that Al with moon letters is pronounced as El while Al with the sun letters is pronounced as Ah and you have to add sukoon on La of Al with moon letters and you have to add Shaddah on the sun letters after adding Al. Now let check, Arnab becomes Al Arnab, starts with moon letter. Battah Al Battah. Ba is one of the moon letters. Sallajah becomes As Sallajah. Tha is a sun letter. Haleeb, Al Haleeb. Kharoof, Al Kharoof, Dub, Al Dub. Because Da is a sun letter. Thahab, Ad Dhahab. Rajol, Ar Rajol. Zaraffa, Za is a sun letter, it becomes Az Zaraffa. Samakah, As Samakah. And Shajarah becomes As Shajarah. Well, thats all about the moon letters Al Huroof Al Qamariya and the sun letters Al Huroof Ash Shamsiya. Thank You for you watching, Shukran Janzeelan Lil Mutaba’a. Ellal liqaaq. Summary of the video:- About article THE What are the Moon-letters Words with the Al What are the Sun letters Words with the Tanween Adding Al to the words Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, Click here (https://www..com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on the Arabic Language; All Right Reserved.
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mussa Khatibu (15 days ago)
ماشاء الله جزاك الله خير.
Edupedia World (14 days ago)
بارك الله فيك و انتم فجزاكم الله خير You are Welcome Mussa Khatibu. We are glad that you liked our video. You can watch more Arabic videos from the links below:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPGzDCf-3qZNPLJzXwbm9zpW https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=PLJumA3phskPFmXEA94LBMo4zogeUTnxVOAlternatively go to our newly launched Arabic website: https://www.learnarabicfree.com for all the lessons organised at one place and much more. For other subjects visit our channel and watch videos choosing from a collection of around 6000 videos in 100s of different subjects: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6E97LDJTFJgzWU7G3CHILw/playlists?shelf_id=0&sort=dd&view=1 Alternatively browse through our website www.edupediaworld.com. Watch, Share and Stay Tuned. Best Wishes and Happy learning.
Senada Pasic (24 days ago)
Tha is za?
Edupedia World (16 days ago)
Dear Senada Pasic, Thanks for reaching out to us. In Arabic each letter is pronounced uniquely. We are not sure which letter you are talking about here. As far as the pronunciation is concerned, you can check the articles on our blog which will help you in pronouncing each letter perfectly. There are a series of article which you can check from the link below: https://www.learnarabicfree.com/blog/categories/about-arabic-language https://www.learnarabicfree.com/blog/how-to-pronounce-the-arabic-alphabets-part-2 We hope you liked these videos. You can watch more such videos from the following links and focus on the pronunciation by the teacher to get accustomed to the perfect pronunciation of each alphabet. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPGzDCf-3qZNPLJzXwbm9zpW https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=PLJumA3phskPFmXEA94LBMo4zogeUTnxVO Alternatively go to our newly launched website for Arabic: https://www.learnarabicfree.com for all the lessons organised at one place. Watch, Share and Stay tuned. Best Wishes and Happy Learning.
pkjebi (26 days ago)
Shukran
Edupedia World (17 days ago)
Afwan ya pkjebi. Thanks for your wonderful comment. It's really nice to get these appreciation from you. We are glad you liked our video. You can watch more such videos from the links below. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPGzDCf-3qZNPLJzXwbm9zpW https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=PLJumA3phskPFmXEA94LBMo4zogeUTnxVO Alternatively go to our newly launched website for Arabic: https://www.learnarabicfree.com for all the lessons organised at one place. Watch, Share and Stay tuned. Best Wishes and Happy Learning.
Prince Barid Shah (1 month ago)
Can you please tell me why are these letters divided into 🌒 (moon) and ⛅(sun) based on what rule the alphabets are divided. NOTE :- I have understood to role of AL with sun and moon letter's.
Edupedia World (18 days ago)
Thanks Prince Barid Shah. A good question indeed. Well! If you have understood the rule and the role of Al, then know that "As-Shams" in Arabic is "The Sun" and "Al-Qamar" is "The Moon". Now focus on the way they are pronounced. In As-Shams (The Sun) the Laam is dropped and A is attached with Sh to sound As-Shams and not Al-Shams. SO all the letters following this rule or this pattern are called the Sun letter or Huroof AsShamsi. The moon letters or Huroof AlQamari, Laam is not dropped and it is pronounced as it is written. Hope this makes it clear. We also hope you liked our video. Go ahead and watch more such videos from the links below. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPGzDCf-3qZNPLJzXwbm9zpW https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=PLJumA3phskPFmXEA94LBMo4zogeUTnxVOAlternatively go to our newly launched website for Arabic: https://www.learnarabicfree.com for all the lessons organised at one place. Watch, Share and Stay tuned. Best Wishes and Happy Learning.
knowledge world (3 months ago)
Please tell why we read here اللّحمُ و اللّبنُ because here la ل is a sun letter here
knowledge world (3 months ago)
arabicteacher1 shukran jazilan
arabicteacher1 (3 months ago)
When you have an ال preceding a word that begins with the letter ل, you are not hearing the ال sound as with a moon letter, rather, you are hearing the assimilation of the letter ل. There is a shadda on the ل.
Edupedia World (6 months ago)
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Fábio Lima (1 year ago)
Really very good class, but should translate all the words.
Edupedia World (6 months ago)
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Haya and Mahmoud (2 years ago)
good to hear that
Alhamdulillah ! I now understand ! it's very easy.
Edupedia World (6 months ago)
Assalamu alaikum! We are very proud to announce the launch of our sister website - www.learnarabicfree.com. Our goal is to become the world's best Arabic free learning website in the years to come! We have indexed all these videos, along with the transcript and are currently working on the blog + vocabulary section (audio files). Soon we shall be releasing the intermediate Arabic video lessons as well. Please support our cause in spreading this beautiful language and reaching out to those who want to learn it. A small action like sharing this message with your family and friends will help us greatly to achieve our goal!
Edupedia World (6 months ago)
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Edupedia World (6 months ago)
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