Not exactly.

Modern Standard Arabic is the standard system of writing across the Arab world.

Because of this, native speakers don't usually write their spoken dialect in Arabic and this leads to a lot of variations in the way people spell things.

You might find some slight inconsistency in different lessons written by different teachers. This is true of the Arabic and the transliteration.

Transcripts are provided by the native Arabic speakers themselves and they're only there as a guide to help you listen and pronounce what's being said.
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