Learning Arabic Grammar قواعد العربية للمبتدئين Grammar usage 1- The Verb “to be” in Arabic: In Arabic, there is no direct translation of “to be” in the present tense. That means that “am & is and are” don’t exist in Arabic sentence. For example: كَيْفَ الْحَال؟ Kayf al-Haal? How “are” you? الحَمْدُ لِله. […]
Talking about the place where you live.
Speaking about time for nap.
Talking about school items.
Speaking about having PC or laptop.
Talking about parking.
Talking about new glasses.
Talking about mother’s day.
How to speak about losing something.
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…”