|Moon letters cause no changes to the preceding definite article||Below is a breakdown of the steps explaining the application of Moon and Sun letters rule to Arabic words and letter we encounter:• For this and other Arabic grammar concepts, I recommend checking this for English speakers|
|If you are still confused, please continue to read||In other words, it only affects pronunciation and vocalization, not the spelling|
How are the Sun letters pronounced with the definite article?.
|Does it start with a Sun letter? Simply said, Moon letters are all the letters that are not Sun letters||I have noticed that mispronouncing the sun-letters is one of the most common mistakes among beginners|
|Please note that the impact of Sun letters is purely phonetic and not morphological||I have also seen many advanced non-native speakers of Arabic who butcher the Sun letters|
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|The purpose of this posting is to explain it in the most basic and simplest terms possible with examples||Why are they called moon-letters? Any Arabic letter not in this list is called a Moon letter|
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