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,
ما هي رياضتك المفضلة؟
What is your favourite sport
أنا أحب كرة القدم
I love football
أنا أفضل السباحة
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.
Hi and bye is basically a back to basics. it is for pure beginners. It is all about how to say good morning, good evening and bye. As usual, the PDF file is below. Cheerz !
How about some Arabic proverbs? I am not going to lecture you on how proverbs are a part of any given culture but I am going to select a few proverbs and as usual at random. the PDF file is below. Cheerz !
Here is a piece of news that I read this morning on the BBC website. I did a quick translation of the text and listed some vocabulary. As usual, the PDF file can be found below and hopefully the audio will be uploaded soon. Cheerz !
Here is a list of adjectives in Arabic. I chose them at random and not because they are very important. You can download the lesson in PDF format below. Cheerz!
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