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.
Talking about your major.
Expressing what is on TV.
Speaking about time for nap.
Talking about school items.
Speaking about having PC or laptop.
Talking about parking.
Talking about new glasses.
How to speak about losing something.
Talking about house cleaning day.
Talking about going to the beach.