What you already know about Arabic

Arabic has contributed numerous words to the English language like  قطن [koton]cotton  سكر [succar]sugar,
  غزال [ghazal]gazelle  قيثارة [qithara]guitar,
  الكحول [alcoo’hool]alcohol  صحراء [sahra’a]sahara,
  قيراط [qeerat]carat, and   ليمون [laymoon]lemon.

The Arabic language uses the same punctuation marks as English, as well as the same Western rules of punctuation, but watch out as some of the symbols are inverted, such as the comma (،), or reversed, for instance, the question mark (؟). This has no impact on the intonation, though.

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