27-08-2010, 09:41 AM
Learn To Read And Write In Arabic
Over 700 audio recordings of all Arabic letter pronunciations and examples
* Writing animations of all Arabic letters & combinations including final, medial and initial forms
* Flashcard review and exercises to aid memorization.
Letters Page introduces the Arabic letters; and displays their isolated, initial, medial and final forms.
Each letter’s pronunciation is explained and a number of examples of the use of each letter is presented.
Each example includes a native speaker’s audio recording of its pronunciation.
The right hand letter menu provides instant access to each letter.
The “Instructions” button displays help with each page and exercise.
Listening Exercise The Listening Exercise required users to type an Arabic word after hearing its pronunciation.
Multi Choice Exercise The Multiple Choice Exercise required users to select the correct Arabic word after hearing its pronunciation.
Reading ExerciseThe Reading Page provides users the opportunity to compare their pronunciation of the words and letters with the native speaker’s pronunciation.
The user records their pronunciation by pressing the “Record” button. The by clicking the “Replay” button the native speaker’s pronunciation and the user’s reading are replayed consecutively.
Writing Page The Writing Page illustrates how each form (isolated, initial, medial and final) of each letter is written.
Animation is used to illustrate stroke formation and direction. In additional to each individual letter, examples of the formation of words using the various forms of each letter are presented.
Notes explaining special features of each letter or word are also presented.
Users can also practice writing letters and words themselves and receive instant feedback.