The Arabic language is a beautiful and distinctive language
in its ability to express and convey meaning accurately and clearly. In today’s
blog, something extra will be offered by the Arabic Alphabet. After studying a
few letters in the Arabic alphabet, no it is time to learn a new letter in the
Arabic Alphabet which is the letter Faa’.
The letter Faa’ is equivalent to the letter F in English.
Faa’ is easy to pronounce and detect because it’s close in pronunciation to the
English letter F. Additionally, the letter Faa’ only functions as a consonant
letter. This blog will have all you need to understand the letter Faa’. For
instance, we will cover how it looks like, its shapes depending on its position
in a word, and some words with the letter Faa’.
Get to know the letter Faa’ in Arabic
Before we start with the shapes of the letter Faa’, we need
to demonstrate an important note that states that the letter Faa’ can connect
itself from both sides. As shown below in the table. The second group (2nd
group) shows letters that can be connected from both sides. Some Arabic
letters can only be connected from the right side (1st group).
Connected from the right side
Connected from both sides
The letter Faa’
falls in the second group. Faa’ connects itself from both sides. So, let us get
to know the letter Faa’ and give some Arabic words with Faa’ after the video.
As can be seen in the video, this is the shape of the letter Faa’ standing alone. The form of the letter Faa’ changes depending on where it appears in a word. So, we can have it either at the beginning of the word (initial), middle of the word (medial), or ending of the word (final). But firstly, notice that the letter Faa’ is easy to write and it looks like a small circle attached to a tray with a dot on top. If it is standing alone, it looks like this “ف.” Now, let us get to know the different shapes of the letter Faa’ and give some Arabic words with Faa’.
The letter Faa’
has 4 forms, depending on its position in the word
in: فــراولة /faraawilah/
which means Strawberry
Medial: 1) While being connected
in: تــفــاح /tuffaaH/ which means Apples
in: دفـتر /daftar/ which means Notebook
which means Museum
in: خـروف /kharoof/ which means Sheep
The previous section covered the topic of the
letter "Faa’." However, if you want to learn more about the
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