Lesson 7: Consonants with the base form س

Lesson 7: Consonants with the base form س

May 4, 2019 - New Lessons
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Lesson 7: Consonants with the base form 

We study 2 more consonants with the base form  in this lesson.

 

 –  This is called sin /sin/.

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When combined, it may be pronounced as .

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Note: like  and , when combined with vowels,  and  have the same pronunciation. That is to say, they have the same pronunciation, but different functions. Currently, you don’t need to learn about these differences. Just learn the letters as you are being told.

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 –  This is called /shin/. Here.

When combined, it may be pronounced as .

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