Lesson 1.2 – The connection of the letters – LETTER L
The letter “L” in Arabic is written like this:
Basically whenever you see a word in Arabic with a letter like raised stick it is letter “A” or “L”. The difference between the two is that the letter “A” is never attached to the next letter, and the letter “L” connects to following letters. The end of letter “L” is curved as you can see in the image below.
If now we want to join another “L” to exisitng “L” it looks like this:
Notice how the letter got a new shape at the beginning of the word. Thus we have a stick up at the beginning to define the letter “L”. Now we have LL.
If we want to join another “L” it looks like this:
Notice how the letter got a new shape in the middle of the word. It is equal to the beginning. Now we have LLL.
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