The letter Haa’ is a lunar letter devoid of dots. It is difficult to pronounce in foreign languages than in the Arabic language. As for its shape, it is easy to write, very similar to the letter Jim and Kha.
The sound of the letter Haa’ is whispered and soft, coming out of the throat, and his voice is hoarse.
It is not possible for the letter Haa’ and the letter Aeyn to be in one word, because their output is the same, and that is difficult to pronounce.
Let’s start explaining.
The shapes of the lettre Haa’ “ح”:
Examples of words with Haa’ “ح” :
We will give you some examples to clarify and facilitate the lesson more.
The initial Haa’ “ح” :
The letter Haa’ at the beginning of the word is connected to the left side only.
The middle Haa’ “ح” :
The letter Haa’ is in the middle of the word, connected from both sides together.
The terminal Haa’ “ح” :
The letter Haa’ is at the end of the word, connected from the right side only.
The letter Haa’ at the end of the word can be separate from the rest of the letters in the word.
How to pronounce Haa’ “ح” :
The sound of Haa’ comes out of the throat, and is a soft, whispered voice, characterized as a hoarse voice. The letter Haa’ in the phonetic alphabet is /ħ/ . The letter Haa’ has 3 different types of sound:
Haa’ with the harakat(الحركات):
The letter Haa’ with fathaحَ”فتحة” :
There is no letter in the English language that represents the letter Haa’ in the Arabic language, but in writing, we write it “H“.But we will provide you with examples in Arabic with their translation and their pronunciation to clarify the idea more.
Thus, it becomes clear to us that the letter Haa’ with the fatha is written in this way in the English language “Ha“.
The lettre Haa’ with damma حُ”ضمة”:
Let’s see some examples about Haa’ and damma:
The letter Haa’ with the damma is written in this way in the English language “Hu“.
The lettre Haa’ with kasra حِ”كسرة “:
Let’s see some examples about Haa’ and kasra:
The letter Haa’ with the kasra is written in this way in the English language “Hi“.
The lettre Haa’ with sukoon حْ”سكون”:
Let’s see some examples about Haa’ and sukoon:
The letter Haa’ with the sukoon is written just like that in the English language “H“.
We have finished the letter Haa’, I think that it has become a very easy lesson, unlike what you thought at the beginning that it is impossible to pronounce or difficult to write and understand, but now everything is clear wish the best for the rest of the Arabic alphabets. For any question, we are here to ask us and we will answer it personally, good luck.
What kind of haraka is there with the letter Haa’ in this word(حمص)?
It is the dammah, we say “humuss”
Why doesn’t the letter “Haa’ ” contain points?
If the letter Haa: has points, it changes completely and becomes either Kha’ or Jeem.
Can the letter Haa’ and the letter Jeem be in the same word?
Yes, of course, ex:(Haj)حج=pilgrimage