The last article [FULL VERSION] is the continuation of the way of reading and pronunciation of Arabic characters (1).
Level II: Consonants in English
Level 2 is a consonant in English.There are five kinds of them.
[Name] Sir/Tsā/ثا Pronunciation Ts [θ] [Explanation] English "Tha Thi Thu", the tongue tip is lightly applied to the upper teeth and pronounced through the breath [Alphabetical order] 4th [Source] silent, tooth, fricative/θ/
- ث (Tsā): "Th" in English
- س (Sīn): Japanese lines
- ش (Syīn): Japanese's Shallow
- Note that each sound of the same "S" is different from the pronunciation!
【 Name 】 Saar/Dzāl/ذال Pronunciation Dza [Ð] Description: The vocal version of "Tha Thi Thu" in English, while lightly applying the tip of the tongue to the upper teeth, pronounce the line of Japanese [Alphabetical] 9th [Citation from] voiced, teeth, fricative/ð/
- ج (Jīm): Japanese ja line
- ذ (Dzāl): The vocal version of Th in English
- ز (Zā): Japanese the line
- These sounds are similar, and note that "Dzāl" and "Zā" are especially easy to make mistakes!
【 Name 】 Low/Rā/را Pronunciation R [AS/R] [Explanation] "Ro/Ri Ru" of the tongue [Alphabetical order] 10th [Citation from] voiced, gums, repelling sound/RX/
- The notation is "Ra", but the pronunciation is not "la" but "B".I'll explain why that happens at level 4.
- In addition, the tongue is pronounced as "as" and "lightly flick around the gums" like the line of the Japanese, and the pronunciation of "tongue shake [R]".
【 Name 】 fur/Fā/فا Pronunciation F [F] Description: "Fa Fi Fu" in English [Alphabetical order] 20th [Source] silent, labiodental, fricative//
【 Name 】 Ram/Lām/لام Pronunciation L [l] Description: "La Li Lu" in English, while maintaining the tongue tip to the gums, while breathing from both sides to pronounce [Alphabetical order] 23rd [Citation from] voiced, gum, lateral approach sound/
Now that we've finished level two, we're going to level 3 now.
From this level, we will learn the unique consonants of the Arabic language.
The pronunciation takes a lot of time until you get used to it, so it's okay to look lightly.What is important is to know whether there is such a pronunciation.
Level III: Consonants that use the throat
Level 3 is the consonant that uses the throat.There are three types.
【 Name 】 ha/Hā/حا Pronunciation H [ħ] [Description] "Ha Hi Hu", the sound when you breathe "huh" in your hand when cold, breathe out from the throat pronounced [Alphabetical order] 6th [Source] silent, pharyngeal, fricative/ħ/
- Arabic has a letter representing "ح (Hā)" and "ه (Hā)" Two "H".Let's be aware of the pronunciation distinction.
- The pronunciation of "Hi" and "Hu" in this ح (Hā) is very difficult for Japanese speakers.Practice repeatedly until you get used to it.
[Name] Ain/' Ain/عين [ʕ] [Description] "A, I, U", the sound of the vowel symbol from the back of the throat pronounced [Alphabetical order] 18th [Citation from] voiced, pharynx, fricative/ʕ/
- This "ع (' Ain)" also represents the sound of the vowel symbol as well as "ا", but I put more force in my throat and pronounce it from the back of the throat.As an image, it is a feeling to pronounce "a I-woo" painfully.It is a difficult pronunciation, but once you learn this, you will feel more Arabic.
- In addition, when it is written in Latin letters, it is often referred to as ' a ' I ' u '.Because this "ع (' Ain)" is used also in the Allaramaikum, it is referred to as "Assaru'arakumm".
【 Name 】 Ham za/Hamzah/همزة [ʔ] Explanation: It is the feeling that the voice disappears momentarily when "it is" in the consonant and the Japanese which stops the flow of the breath after the vocal gate is closed. [Alphabetical order] 28th [Source] Silent, vocal, pop/ʔ/
- I mentioned earlier that "ع (' Ain)" is often referred to as ' a ' I ' u ', but this "ء (Hamzah)" is denoted by a point in the back of the previous consonant or its vowel, as in "a ', I '. U '.
Well, Level 3 has also ended.It became difficult to pronounce it suddenly.
When I first saw this videoIt's too pointless… And puzzled (laughs)
I can't pronounce everything perfectly yet, so let's do our best!
The continuation level 4 and level 5 will be carried over to the next article.
[FULL VERSION] how to pronounce Arabic characters (3)