The first level covers the alphabet. The second has variations of letters as well as vowel points (tashkeel). The third has examples for each letter in different positions in words.
Tashkeel is rarely used in writing for native speakers, so I will avoid using it as much as possible. The most common pronunciation point used in Egyptian Arabic is the shaddah ّ which makes the letter it is above pronounced twice.
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