I have just finished writing the first lesson of Arabic Language course. It is a simple course, and explained the common words and its pronunciation. There are around twenty different dialects of Arabic spoken throughout the Arab world? The vocabulary you are learning here is the modern version of literary classical Arabic, often referred to as Modern Standard Arabic, which is understood throughout the Arab world. However, there are many local dialects of Arabic, so be ready for variations! Today youâ��ve learned the basic vocabulary you need to greet people and introduce yourself. You may, of course, want to learn a few other everyday phrases, like Hasanan (all right), shukran jazolan (many thanks), kafaâ�� (enough), and ila- liqaâ�� (so long).
by paarsurrey14 months ago
Hi friendsArabic is the Mother of all Languages not Hebrew? This is my understanding; my own mother language is Punjabi, however.ThanksI am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim
by nona_nesma8 years ago
Thanks.Do you do buy one Lesson, get one Lesson Free?
by Jeff Berndt7 years ago
For example, there's a prescriptive rule that older or more conservative English grammarians love: "do not split infinitives."But we love to split infinitives in English. We love to boldly go where no one has...
by Bharat Thapa10 months ago
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