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Introduction to Studying
ARABIC
‫اللغة العربية‬
a- Arabic is written from right to left
‫مرحبا‬
‫اهال وسهال‬
b- The shape of many of its 28 letters
change depending on their position
within a word and the letters around
them; some letters must be connected
to other letters, others may stand
alone.
c- Arabic vowels are indicated by marks above
and below the consonants, in some texts such
as newspapers and magazines, these marks
are not often used. Parsing system
d-There is no capitalization, i.e. there are no
capital letters, such as those used in English, to
indicate proper nouns or the beginning of a
sentence.
• Arabic pronunciation includes a variety of
distinctive guttural sounds that are formed
in a different way than most sounds in
European languages.
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Hello
Good morning
Good evening
Good night
Goodbye
How are you?
Fine
marhaba
sabah elkhair
masaa elkhair
tesbah alkhair
maaslama
keef halek?
ana bekhair
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Thank you
Yes
No
Please
Excuse
Never mind
shookran
naam
la
minfadlak
esmahlee
la yahom
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Where do you live?
I live in …
What do you do?
I’m a student
I want
I don’t want
I like
I don’t like
I have
I don’t have
aiyn taesh?
ana aesh fi …
maa wathefatak?
ana taleb
ana oreed
ana la oreed
ana oheb
ana la oheb
ana endi
ana layes endi
Say the words and phrases on the
right
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Hello
Good morning
Goodbye
How are you?
Thank you
Yes
No
‫مرحبا‬
‫صباح الخير‬
‫مع السالمة‬
‫كيف حالك؟‬
‫شكرا‬
‫نعم‬
‫ال‬
Some Websites for learning Arabic
http://st-takla.org/Learn_Languages/01_Learn_Arabicta3leem-3araby/Learn-Arabic_00-index_ElFehres.html
http://www.alrashidmall.com/learn-arabic.htm
http://help.berberber.com/learning-arabic/
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