This is going to be fun. "Persian is written in a slightly modified form of Arabic alphabet. This alphabet, written from right to left, has a total of thirty-two characters, all but one of which represents consonants. The Arabic alphabet does not normally represent the "short" vowels a, e, and o; only the long vowels â, i, and u and the glides ay and aw have graphical representations. The alphabet is a "script" in that most lette
must be connected to one another. There are no separate letter forms corresponding to Latin alphabet printing. All letters have at least two forms and at most four."