Some letters can lead you in the wrong direction when trying to figure out the Arabic root. Some tricky examples.
In Arabic, if you see a Hamza at the end of the word, you have to watch out. Here are the spelling rules of the Arabic letter Hamza.
The plural of Mustafa in Arabic is difficult - because there is a weak letter involved. How do you form masculine human plurals with a possessive pronoun?
Yes, there are one-letter-words in Arabic. You probably know the word for and وَ. But there is more - the imperative.