In this video, we learn how to read numbers in Arabic. Make sure you are looking at the screen while reading the numbers, so you can get a visual key as to how the numbers look. As you start with the first number, you should learn how to say them in Arabic using the correct pronunciation as well. Each of the different numbers have a unique look in Arabic and should be written out correctly, because they can be mistaken for other numbers if not written out correctly. You can also write several numbers together, but this will turn into a new symbol which you will need to learn!
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