Lesson 4: Consonants with the base form ح

Lesson 4: Consonants with the base form ح

May 2, 2019 - New Lessons
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Lesson 4: Consonants with the base form 

Hello everyone. In this lesson, we talk about consonants with this base form.

 

 –  this one is called /Jim/. When combined, it may be pronounced as: .

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 –  this is called /che/ as in chess. When combined, it may be pronounced as: .

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8-  –  this is called /he/ as in hen. When combined, it may be pronounced as: .

 

Small kh this letter has no English equivalent. Do you know the pronunciation of ‘J’ in Spanish words like Juan Gonzales? Perfect! So, this letter is called /khe/. /kh/ as /j/ in Spanish Juan, and /e/ as e in set. 

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Like other letters, when combined with the vowels, it may be pronounced as .

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