The medial H , J and K can be written as follows -here h is shown where it forms the middle letter in Al- Hajj on your left instead of as on the right .
The sound CH as in CHina is made by writing a T after an SH
as in this figure
The two little parallel slanting lines indicate an n sound modified by a pesh or kasra or fatah as in the next figure .
Remember the normal vowel marks
In handwriting the two dots over the Q can be written as a dash . The three dots of SH as an inverted v or straight line and the K eg as in KL can be modified as follows
a T vowel mark over the final H can be silent as below or can be pronounced as TA depending on circumstances.
Finally see if you can decipher this , one of the commonest phrases in Arabic.