Some unheard rules that are fascinating too
When we write a word, or speak it, say Lion, we do hold a special focal point on the letter O, while speaking it. But in the Arabic language, this word will still be Lion, but the letter O will drop off. There is a very strange rule that instructs that Arabic language uses, to drop off vowels. Arabic language has many instances of not using vowels, as during early developments of 1300 years ago, Arabic language did not identified the extensive use of vowels. There is a very special way of writing Arabic, the process is known as Abjad.

Abjad: amusing but interesting
Abjad is such a writing style, which has various technicalities including the use of vowels in a secondary preference. Every language has a vowel set and a consonant set. And some languages do not express any real focus on the use of vowels. The word thus Lion which has both I and O, will be cleared and replaced by almost nothing. In Arabic, the word will thus transited to form Ln. Similarly reader can form various words which has rich assembling of Vowels, and how they are eliminated in the Arabic language.
Some words will be affected very little, such as Crack will be used as Crck, that sounds still similar, differing only in the spelling. Similarly Clock will turn on to become Clck, Little will be Lttl and so on. Learning in the Arabic language course in Kolkata can explain one with useful knowledge of Abjad.

Unique yet scientific
There are some secondary replacement letters which has the widest use in Arabic, and these sometimes represent vowels in a particular situations. They are Yeh, Alif and Waw. These vowels are only used with a principle relation to the various dialectics.
Phonemic structure is maintained and created by the infrequent use of vowels as mentioned earlier, without of which the sentences will look not consistent. Having a proper understanding of Morphology unveil specific interests in the concerned ground, and that this reveals why so much of vowels are not in Arabic use.
If noticed with detailed observational skills, then there is a specific pattern which appears in many of the words. The Arabic language course in Kolkata can teach much about all these interesting stuffs in no time!
Arabic language has implemented this common structural permutation format many years ago. Much before the civilization started off, Abjad system developed with 28 special Arabic characters. Readers here must realize that Abjad is not writing system incorporated within the language, but a special order that needs to be followed.

Author's Bio: 

Laxmon Gope has been teaching and specializing in the Arabic language for a considerable period of years, and served as the chief speaker too on Arabic language courses on many special events.