Introduction to Arabic Alphabet:
Lesson 22

By Carl Kenner

The Arabic letter D looks kind of like the dotless, lowercase i. But it is more diagonal. And it is longer. The diagonal stroke of the D should be reasonably distinctive. Also note that it doesn’t connect to the letter after it, although it still has a line along the bottom. It looks like this:


Here is the word for manager, mudyr:

Here is the word for the sandwich:


It says "Il sandwytsh". It uses tsh instead of ch.

Can you read this word (it is the word for manager):



Answer: mudyr
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