"هَل أَنْتَ مُهَنْدِس مَغْرِبِيّ يا عُمَر؟"
Translation:Are you a Moroccan engineer, Omar?
It is somewhat difficult to distinguish between the different "H" sounds, taking the TTS pronounciation quality into account. My understanding based on this course goes:
letter ع is mostly open "ah" with a hint of "h" before it in some cases
letter ه is "front h" like in "hat"
letter ح is like when you exhale in relief, very deep
letter ء sounds like when one is yawning, when standing on a line, and a glottal stop, when above ا, so it's probably more of a vowel
Anything incorrect or missing?