If you write an English word cursively, then you will also make certain changes to the letters. However, unlike English, the Arabic letters are always pronounced in the same way.
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Many users of mobile phones and computers use Arabish even though their system is capable of displaying Arabic script.
It can be seen even in domain nameslike Qal3ah. Do you know someone that would benefit from this article? Comparison table[ edit ] Because of the informal nature of this system, there is no single "correct" or "official" usage.
It is a very useful tool for those who work with Arabic content like professional bloggersjournalists etc. Unicode is a standard that defines all the letters in all the languages around the world.
In Arabic, the letters always retain their sound. This process is called transliteration. Since there are only 7 numbers to learn, I hope to be able to memorise this pretty quickly.
Arabic letters change their shape according to their position in a word. I said before that I think it's really important to learn the traditional Arabic alphabet, and I still think that.