The Arabic letter Tah ط is the 16th letter in the Arabic alphabet. It has -almost- the shape of an oval with a “stick” over it. In addition to the isolated form, this letter has 3 forms in an Arabic word.
The shapes of the letter Tah ط:
How to pronounce Tah ط?
The pronunciation of the letter Tah ط is similar to the pronunciation of the letter Daal د, but unlike Daal, it is rough. The pronunciation of Tah comes from your mouth by pressing your tongue to your central incisor teeth of the upper jaw and pronouncing T.
Examples of words with Tah ط:
Here are some examples of the letter Tah ط at the beginning, middle, and end of the word:
The initial Tah ط:
The middle Daad ض:
The terminal Daad ض:
The letter Daad ض with the Harakat حركات:
The letter Daad ض with fat.ha فتحة:
The letter Tah ط with the Damma ضمة:
The letter Tah ط with Kasra كسرة:
The letter Tah ط with Sukuun سكون:
The letter Tah ط is one of the Arabic letters which are difficult to pronounce for non-Arabic speakers and it can be mixed up with other letters. As for Tah it could be mixed up with Taa ت they have completely different pronunciation tah is much deeper since this letter is not in English we used “T” because it’s considered to be the closest letter to tah ط so pay attention.