Among the most common errors at the beginner’s level in writing Arabic are the connectors between letters, the diacritical markers, the dots and the confusion over handwritten versus typed letters. Moving on to the intermediate level, it becomes difficult for students to recognize silent letters or those that are pronounced differently from their spelling. Also, the different spelling rules for Arabic dialects cause problems. At the end of the chapter we look at a new form of Arabic writing that uses Latin letters and numerals; it is called Arabizi.