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Overview of Arabic Words

Overview of Arabic Words We divide words in Arabic into three self-contained categories as follows.  اِسْم: (usually translated as “nouns”) includes nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, etc  فِعْل: verbs  حَرْف: particles, articles, and conjunctions Particles are completely unpredictable; they don’t fall into the templatic system (i.e. they have no patterns) nor do they undergo any morphophonemic changes. They are what they are and must be...

Writting Hamza – Ways in Which a Hamza can be Written – Learn Arabic Free Online

Writting Hamza - Ways in Which a Hamza can be Written - Learn Arabic Free Online Ways in Which a Hamza can be Written Hamza is written in one of four ways:  by itself on the line, as in جاءَ  on a ياء, as in سُئِلَ  on a واو, as in سُؤال  on an الف, as in سَأَلَ In order to learn the rules that govern which of these forms will be used,...

Overview of Arabic Words – Learn Arabic Free Online

Overview of Arabic Words Overview of Words As mentioned in the introduction to the grammar section, words in Arabic are divided into three categories. The following is a more detailed treatment of this.  اسم pl. أسماء (noun): This category is defined as those words that impart a single meaning on their own  and do not afford a tense. Roughly speaking, this is equivalent to what we know in...

Arabic Alphabet Chart [29] – Learn Arabic Free Online

Arabic Alphabet Chart pronunciation Transliterated Isolated Isolated pronunciation Initial Medial Final Transcription أَلِف ̛ālif ا Like A in Apple ا ـا ـا ā بَاء bā̛ ب Like B in Baby بـ ـبـ ـب b تَاء tā̛ ت Like T in Tree تـ ـتـ ـت ـة t ثَاء thā̛ ث Like the Th in Theory ثـ ـثـ ـث th جِيم jim ج Sometimes like the G in Girl or like the J in Jar جـ ـجـ ـج j حَاء hā̛ ح Like the h in he yet light in pronunciation حـ ـحـ ـح h خَاء khā̛ خ Like the Ch in the name Bach خـ ـخـ ـخ kh دَال dāl د Like the D in Dad د ـد ـد d ذَال zāl ذ Like the Th in The ذ ـذ ـذ z رَاء rā̛ ر Like the R in Ram ر ـر ـر r زَاي zāy ز Like the Z in zoo ز ـز ـز z سِين sin س Like...

Learn Arabic basic verbs (أفعال أساسية)

      English Standard Arabic Transliteration to be (not used in present tense) كان - يكون (كون) kaana - yakuunu (koon) to do; to make فعل - يفعل (فعل) fa3ala - yaf3alu (fa3l) to work عمل - يعمل (عمل) 3amala - ya3milu (3amal) to bring, fetch أحضر – يحضر (احضار) aHDara - yuHDiru (iHDaar) to take أخذ – يأخذ (أخذ) axada - ya'xudu (axd) to put وضع - يضع (وضع) waDa3a - yaDa3u (waD3) to become أصبح - يصبح (اصباح) aSbaHa - yuSbiHu...

Learn Arabic city/transportation vocabulary

    English Standard Arabic Transliteration city مدينة (ج) مدن madiina (pl.) mudun street شارع (ج) شوارع šaari3 (pl.) šawaari3 road طريق (ج) طرق Tariiq (pl.) Turuq highway طريق سريع Tariiq sarii3 alley; lane حارة (ج) حارات Haara (pl.) Haaraat corner (at an intersection) ناصية (ج) نواص naaSiya (pl.) nawaaSin corner (of a room) ركن (ج) أركان rukn (pl.) arkaan tunnel نفق (ج) انفاق nafaq (pl.) anfaaq building عمارة (ج) عمارات 3imaara (pl.) 3imaaraat real estate عقار (ج) عقارات 3aqaar (pl.) 3aqaaraat house بيت (ج) بيوت beit (pl.) buyuut   منزل (ج) منازل manzil (pl.) manaazil apartment شقة...

Arabic clothing vocabulary

    English Standard Arabic Transliteration clothes ملابس malaabis       to wear; put on لبس - يلبس (لبس) labisa - yalbasu (lubs)   ارتدى - يرتدي (ارتداء) irtada - yartadi (irtidaa') to take off خلع - يخلع (خلع) xala3a - yaxla3u (xal3) to suit someone (e.g. of colors or styles) لاق - يليق (ليق) بـ laaqa - yaliiqu (laiq) bi-s.o. stylish, elegant (elegance, style) أنيق (أناقة) aniiq (anaaqa) chic, elegant (elegance)     overdressed, foppish     shirt قميص (ج) قمصان qamiiS (pl.) qumSaan sleeve كم (ج) أكمام kumm (pl.) akmaam blouse بلوزة...

The Arabic Alphabet

        The Arabic sources, as long as they do not attribute the invention of the Arabic script to Adam or Ishmael, tell us that the script had been introduced either from South Arabia region or from Mesopotamia (Iraq). Ibn Al-Nadim, for example, said that the people of Al-Hira, the capital of the Lakhmid dynasty in the Euphrates valley, used...

The Arabic Consonatial System

  The Arabic Consonatial System includes equal numbers of voiced versus voiceless, two nasals, three velarised, two lateral and one trill. Please note the following diagram:                                                       Obstruents                            Sonorants (all voiced)                                Unvelarized               Velarized                                      Voiceless   voiced      voiceless voiced         nasal       lateral          trill       labial                                      ب                                            م            labio-dental       ف interdentalث           ذ                    ...

Arabic Verbs List – Functional Arabic Verbs List

Depending on the type of the verb used in a sentence, there are three patterns of Arabic Verbal Sentences. 1. Basically, a transitive verb needs an object, and the pattern is: (Option. Adv. Ph. 3) +(Op. Adv. 2) +(Op. Adv. Ph. 1) + Object + Subject+ Verb طَبَخَت والدتي وَجبَة ً لذيذةٍ بسُرعَةٍ (في مَطبَخِها) قَبلَ ساعَةٍ.                                  1           2             3 My mother cooked...

Learn Arabic in Hundred Step- Arabic Grammar

    I                       Introduction 1                      The Arabic Alphabet 2                      The Arabic Consonants Diagram 5                      One Direction Connectors, Emphatic Consonants, Short Vowels in            Arabic 6                      Nunation, The Shadda, The Sun Letters 7                      The Moon Letters, Arabic Syntax, The Definite Article, Arabic                                                    Morphology 8                      The Feminine Marker, The Personal pronouns                                 9                      Countries, towns, villages, Definiteness in Arabic, The Nisba 10                    Long vowel to a Diphthong, The Possessive pronouns, Sentences...

Learn Arabic animals vocabulary

  Learn Arabic animals vocabulary English Standard Arabic Transliteration animal حيوان (ج) حيوانات Hayawaan (pl.) Hayawaanaat cat قطّة (ج) قطط qiTTa (pl.) qiTaT dog كلب (ج) كلاب kalb (pl.) kilaab cow بقرة (ج) بقرات baqara (pl.) baqaraat bull, ox ثور (ج) ثيران toor (pl.) tiiraan calf عجل (ج) عجول 3ijl (pl.) 3ujuul buffalo جاموس (ج) جواميس jaamuus (pl.) jawaamiis cattle, livestock بهيمة (ج) بهائم bahiima (pl.) bahaa’im sheep غنم (ج) أغنام ġanam (pl.) aġnaam lamb خروف (ج) خراف xaruuf (pl.) xiraaf donkey حمار (ج) حمير Himaar (pl.) Hamiir horse حصان (ج) حصن HiSaan (pl.) HuSun camel جمل (ج) جمال jamal (pl.)...

Learn Arabic vocabulary from around the house

    Arabic vocabulary from around the house English Standard Arabic Transliteration house بيت (ج) بيوت bayt (pl.) buyuut   منزل (ج) منازل manzil (pl.) manaazil apartment شقة (ج) شقق šaqqa (pl.) šiqaq building مبنى (ج) مبانئ mabna (pl.) mabaani' apartment building عمارة (ج) عمارات 3imaara (pl.) 3imaaraat floor (building level) طابق (ج) طوابق Taabiq (pl.) Tawaabiq courtyard, large open area باحة baaHa gate بوّابة (ج) بوّابات bawwaaba (pl.) bawwaabaat door باب (ج) أبواب baab (pl.) abwaab doorknob/handle مقبض الباب miqbaD al-baab key مفتاح (ج) مفاتيح miftaaH (pl.) mafaatiiH wall (of a room) جدار (ج) جدر jidaar (pl.) judur       ceiling سقف...

Arabic Alphabet – Learn Arabic Grammer Online 1

  It is used by many to begin any Language by teaching its Parts of Speech; however, logically it is better to begin our trip by teaching the Arabic Alphabet (Arabic Letters) as it is the reasonable starting point. Consider the absence of Alphabets then how we can form words and/or sentences?! Arabic Alphabet Chart   ...