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In this post, we will talk about the five senses in Arabic, including some information about the different body organs that our senses use

Our five senses – sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell – seem to operate independently, as though they are five separate and distinct modes of perceiving the world. However, they collaborate closely to enable the mind to better understand its surroundings. We can become aware of this collaboration under special circumstances, and Arabs seemed to have had an understanding of this a long time ago....

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Arabs put an emphasis on freshness, colors, textures, smell. Which means the vegetables need to be just as fresh. Check out how to say vegetables in Arabic.

If you’ve ever lived near or been in contact with Arabs, you know they take their food seriously. And it’s not just the food, but it’s also the ingredients (like the vegetables) that go into making it. Their cuisine is rich and diverse because they emphasize the freshness, colors, textures, and smell of everything they cook. As a result, you’ll find Arabic cooking colorful and...

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As any culture, animals (hayawanat) have great meaning in the Arab world. Some of these animal traits inspired parents to name their children. Many Arab men and women have the names of strong and graceful wild animals. Ancient Arab and Middle Eastern culture influenced this perception. The surrounding environment and nature played a huge role in people's lives. Also, animals are greatly respected in the...

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Basic Arabic Sentences

We’ve previously presented to you the most common basic Arabic words, but why not kick it up a notch and get the hang of a few commonly used Arabic phrases? By this point, you should feel more confident when approaching the language. See? It wasn’t as hard as you might’ve thought! With the right guidance, you can pass the mental barrier of learning a new...

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A comprehensive list of days in Arabic, along with their meaning and explanation, plus with a small culture trip behind the meaning

Our series of basic Arabic words continue! In this article, we will approach the days of the week. After reading this you might notice that the name of the days in Arabic is in close relation to the number system (link here). Maybe you will want to arrange a meeting with someone on a specific day, or you want to tell someone what you did...

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