#9 Numbers in Arabic

Here I am back a with an easy lesson: numbers. I uploaded the lesson in a PDF format so that it will be easy to print and use whenever you want. on the left there are numbers that you use in your everyday life and on the left you find numbers as used in the middle east and some other Arab countries. In the middle, you have the Arabic word for every single number. For the time being, the numbers are from 0 to 11. The rest will be on later on.

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Numbers PDF

#5: Prepositions in Arabic

 

while learning a foreign language, prepositions are the hardest part to learn and of course to use. Today, I am going to start with some basic preposition of place. And by that I do mean only prepositions. I will try and do a new lesson that contains only examples of prepositions. And as usual, I will attach the lesson as PDF below. check it out.

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Prepositions PDF

#3 Personal Pronouns in Arabic

 

In this lesson, I do talk about personal pronouns. I attached the lesson in PDF format so that it will be easy to read. what you got to know is that in Arabic there is singular, dual and plural and this can be expressed in personal pronouns. in other words, Arabic language plural is more then two. there is a pronouns used to talk about one´s self, and another one to talk about two persons and of there is the plural. I also added some examples just for the sake of clarity. Anyways, I hope I did not confuse you.

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