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As Arrawi Crack is a learning tool to help you learn Arabic, the interface has a minimalistic style, with minimalistic icons, all quite understandable, not to mention fun-looking.
You can choose the first letter and the second. Then, a right click on each letter will let you open the advanced options.
You can edit the text, change the step-size (0.25 and 0.5), and the speed of the narration (40, 100, and 200 words per minute). The speed can be adjusted to a range 0-1000.
Through these options, you can start, stop the narration, change the pace, and adjust the voice, among others. You can also cancel the narration and start over again without losing the text you’ve written.
You can also press the “Lecture Read” button, which, when pressed, narrates the text you are typing in the left box. In addition to the narration, it will also help you pronounce the written word, to help you pick the correct pronunciation.
To start typing your word or phrase, click on the “Show Quotes” button, or “Show Transcript” one. A popup will appear with the word suggestions. From there, click on the one you want, and then click on the “Subscribe” button. On the next popup, you can go back to the text box and start typing your word, phrase, or sentence, which will be immediately narrated, and spoken by the voice you chosen.
You can also press on the “Spelling Suggestions” button, but it will only work for the one you clicked on, and will narrate it.
After the last letter is entered, you’ll get a confirmation, and then you’ll be taken to the next word, without losing your text.
You can click on the “File” button to export your transcript to a text file, in “Microsoft Excel” format. This way, you can make your own flashcards, and add them to Arrawi, using the side panel.
The narration speed can also be set to 0, so you can add multiple transcription files in the tool, but it won’t be narrated at the same time. However, the text will be synchronized across all files you have opened, so they will all be read at the same time.
Similar to that, the step-size can also be set to 0, and that will mean the text will go all the way until the end, narrating all at
Arrawi is an oral language learning tool designed to help you learn Arabic by yourself.
The interface was designed to hold all letters and letter groups you need to be familiar with in order to start learning Arabic. A text box was also included, which has the curious function of accepting both Arabic letters and anything you would type on your keyboard. Due to this aspect, one can use the same text box to write the original word, and then follow up with the Arabic version.
As for the pronunciation feature, that can be employed after a word or a phrase was composed. Click on the “lecture read” button to start the narration process. All in all, Arrawi is a basic tool that should help one learn Arabic. However, don’t put your hopes in this tool alone to teach you the language you need, as it’s obvious that it doesn’t have enough features for that. Yet, due to its narration properties, you can use it paired with other linguistic tools, getting the best out of it.
o An interface to help you learn Arabic
o A way to hear the right Arabic pronunciation
o A pronunciation-hearing feature
o A writing field to write or listen to a word at the same time
o A narrative mode
o A learning-mechanism: Once you finished reading the narration, the narration will repeat itself in a set of steps
o An audio in which all words are spoken in their right Arabic pronunciations
o Subtitles: In case you are not familiar with Arabic, you can click on the subtitle field to access a list of all available subtitle languages
o The possibility to reset the narration position
o A web version of Arrawi
o Arrawi can be used as a dictionary, as an audio player and as a grammar guide
o It uses simple but efficient text boxes
o Arrawi has been tested on all known major browsers
o There is no activation needed, it runs automatically
o We will release updates every two weeks
The project is expected to be released in two parts:
– The first part will feature pre-made words with their Arabic pronunciations.
– The second part will feature all the letters of the Arabic alphabet and an audio player.
The second part will be released after the first one.
You can find all the needed information and download it in the project’s website:
If you want to learn Arabic, but don’t know where to start, Arrawi could be what you’re looking for.
What’s Arrawi all about?
Arrawi is a tool designed to help you start to learn Arabic in a fun way.
You are given a text box, and on top of it, a timeline. Whenever you type in the box, it will be written in the timeline. You can then click the button to hear how the word sounds to you.
The tool contains all the letters of the Arabic alphabet, and you can click on any letter to see if it’s pronounced in Arabic, how it sounds, and its definition.
If you want to start with the pronunciation of a certain word, you can first type it in the text box, then click on the small “lecture read” button. Then, in the next screen, you will hear the Arabic word and its phonetic version played back to you, which you can repeat on your own to get to know how it sounds.
How to use Arrawi
After that, you are given a random word, chosen by Arrawi. You will be presented with the same timeline, and you’ll be able to follow along with the text box as the word is being pronounced.
When you start out, you need to enter all the letters of the alphabet. Once the exercise is over, you will be presented with all the letters. If you click on any of them, it will be written in the text box.
What can you do with this tool?
– It can be used as a standalone tool to learn the alphabet and a few vocabulary words
– You can use it along with a dictionary or other tools to help you learn how to pronounce your words
– You can also choose words to start learning their pronunciation in a systematic way
Use it to make:
– Learning the alphabet fun
– Learning Arabic more interesting
– Learning words more fun
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