lesson two – seven letters. ha kha and jim are just distinguished by the position of dots. Ha without, kha above and jim before/on the right. I think it could be a right-to-left J. Ayn and ghain also distinguished by dot above ghain which sounds like a rolling r on i-cias but arabic keyboard calls it the gh in Ghandi. Ayn, without a dot, comes from the back of the throat.
ta mabuta not really a letter. Lam is easy, like a right-to-left letter L ought to be.
Here’s an introduction to forming letters which states in Russian that the exercise ought to produce some discomfort. Which strikes me as odd…Previous post in this section Next post in this section