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Has everything been quite clear so far? If not, please let me know. Hopefully, we will complete part one next week. Then, we will take a very short review of what we have already learned before we start part two which will bring us the real work.Fa to Gaf
Today, we are going to learn four more letters.Lam
Like other big letters, it comes at the end of the words and stands either attached or separated from other letters.All Lam Mim All Mim Noon All Noon
30. This one can be a good equivalent for English ‘V’, but sometimes it has a different function. For example, sometimes it is pronounced as /u:/ in ‘tool’. In this case, it works other than English ‘V’. We will learn more about it later in more appropriate sections. This letter is called /va:v/.Vav
This letter has only one form.All Vav
Note: as you noticed, this letter when combined with long vowel /u:/ is pronounced as both /vu:/ and /u:/. It depends on different words. As far as I remember now, this letter is pronounced /vu:/ in just a few words, and in most cases it is pronounced as /u:/. You will become more familiar with it later.
Ok. Click here if you want to listen to these four letters once more.Lam to Vav
All right. With this, we come to the end of lesson 8. I hope you enjoyed it.
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