#25 Nominative Sentence in Arabic

In Arabic, there are two types of sentences: a Nominative sentence which consists of a noun and an adjective and a Verbal sentence which consists of a verb. As simple as that. Examples,

الطقس مشمس

ا لأكل لذيذ

السيارة سريعة

التلميذ ذكي

ا لمنزل نظيف

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#24 Daily Routine in Arabic

What do you do before you start your day? two brothers are going to tell us what they do when they wake up in the morning! As for the English translation, I have tried to make it fit the Arabic one syntactically at least. As you may notice, there is a little bit of repetition here. I hope it helps anyways. Cheerzs

hello, I am your friend Walid. I am 5 years old. 
 Good morning. I am your friend Saiid. I am 3 years old
Walid: everyday, I wake up at 7 o’clock. I tidy up my bedroom.


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#22 Colours in Arabic : song

Colours in Arabic again? Well,  this time it´s in the form of a song. And by the way,I don’t own the song.

In addition, you will be able to learn other vocabulary in the song. Check the PDF below.


Song- colours colours colours

#19 Women´s Day


If you are a pure beginner, this text servers as a reading exercise. Try to read it with the audio on and  later on without the audio just to check your progress.

PS, the audio is taken from DW.com Arabic.

PSS, the text is without vowels.
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#16 Telling the time in Arabic.

 So, how can you say what time is it in Arabic? I got the answer for you. I think telling the time in Arabic is pretty easy. all you need to know is number. Yeah, you should go back and learn the numbers in Arabic and you will be fine.  Here is the link for you http://www.ar-l.org/?p=46 

And as you usual, below there is the PDF lesson. Cheerz

Telling the time