Today's Arabic lesson is the 3 diacritic vowels, "ah", "ee" and "oo". "Diacritics" are marks or symbols above or below the letters that signify the vowel sounds.
For our purposes today, we'll view the 3 vowels with the letter "daal" د.
"ah" is a short line above the letter daal like so: دَ
"ee" is a short diagonal line below the letter daal like so: دِ
ء "hamza" was yesterday's character.
Today we covered the simple vowels.
Tomorrow, we'll review the whole month of January!
For a thorough explanation of diacritics, see here.