Like most of the cultures all over the world, It is common practise in Arabic Culture that when you meet someone who asks you about your condition, or opens any other topic with you, to ask his /or her permission before leaving or finishing the conversation, by saying (Aafwanعفوا / baAd iThnak/ik بعد إذنك) because […]
In this lesson you will learn some basic greetings and how to ask "How are you?" Dialogue: Adam meets an old high school friend, Mahmoud. They haven't seen each other for a long time The most common greeting in Arabic is the phrase "as-salaamu Aalaykum", which means literally, "May peace be upon you". The most common reply is "wa Aalaykum as-salaam", which means literally, "And upon you peace". But, as you can see in the above phrases, to learn a language you must also learn its culture, because the literal or direct translation may not immediately make sense.
In this lesson you will learn how to ask " What is your name?". Moreover, you will learn about The possessive adjective ,Personal Pronouns, and Question words. Dialogue: Adam meets John for first time at the university. They get to know each other.
In this lesson you will learn about demonstratives,noun adjective phrases, simple sentences, and plural forms in Arabic. The demonstratives "haTha / haThehe" are the two used words to point in the phrases like "this is a/an…." and "this…"
Dialogue: Adam has met Majed once again while he was in a hurry before his lectures at the morning in the AUC (American University in Cairo). You will revise some grammar notes such as sayin "to have" ,negation"to have", Feminine Plural, and Broken Plural.
Learn what to say at the supermarket and about One of the essential structures of Arabic is (IDaafa) which consists of two or more nouns are put together to make a possession. Dialogue: Sara went to the supermarket to buy some of her needs.