Learning Arabic Words & Expressions

We realized that common congratulations in Arabic deserve their own article. Why? Because we believe that the soul of an Arab is full of colors!

Ahlan! We’ve previously posted some common phrases in Arabic, but after giving it some thought, we realized that common congratulations in Arabic deserve their own article. Why? Because we believe that the soul of an Arab is full of colors! Whenever there is a happy event or an episode of significance in a person’s life, an Arab will be happy for you, will want to...

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You’ve probably come to this article because maybe you feel a bit stuck in your learning Arabic process and you need some learning motivation

You’ve probably come to this article because maybe you feel a bit stuck in your language acquisition process. Also, maybe you need some learning motivation. Or perhaps you just started studying and want to make sure you keep your spirits up throughout your journey. Regardless of your reasons, all we want to say is that every student goes through this phase at some point. Have no...

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Fruits In Arabic

As we stated in a previous article, vegetables are an important aspect in the lives of Arabs, regardless of whether it’s sweet or savory. Arab cuisine is centuries old and reflects the great trading of spices, herbs and foods. Also, it is highly influenced by traditions, which dictate a diet filled with fruits. If you go in the house of an Arab for a visit,...

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In order for you to make sentences, of course, you would need the verbs! Please check out this article about common Arabic verbs

Ahlan wa Sahlan! We’ve previously posted articles related to basic Arabic words and phrases, but then we realized that, no matter how many nouns you might know, you’ll also need Arabic verbs to construct a sentence! You might know how to say school in Arabic, but what’s the point if you don’t know how to ask, “Where is the school?” in Arabic? Or you might know how...

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Hello fellow language enthusiasts! We’re keeping things consistent on our blog and we are continuing the series of common Arabic words. And do not hesitate to check our previous posts with Arabic basics. The purpose of these articles is to provide guidance to any language learner as we are aware that new beginnings can be confusing and maybe intimidating. Now, as per some methods used...

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Let's see some names of European countries in Arabic and their nationalities, since there is a high possibility an Arab will ask you where you're from

No matter how good your Arabic is, most people in Arabic speaking countries will know you’re not a native speaker, so if you’re a foreigner visiting or living in an Arab country, you might be frequently asked the following question: min 'ayn 'ant? . Basically, an Arab is asking you, “Where are you from?”.You can answer this simply with the country you’re from: ana min...

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Tree worship is very common worldwide, even in the Arab culture. So besides showing how to say tree in Arabic, let's see some cultural aspects as well

Tree worship is very common worldwide, and Arab culture is no exception to that. In fact, arboreal references in holy books and rituals reflect the place of various types of trees in Arabic cultures of millennia ago: their uses, the local species of importance, and moreover, their inspirational and symbolic significance based on the perception of the tree as a symbol of life. With the...

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Whenever going to an Arabic restaurant to have an Arabic breakfast, you would need to know how to ask for eggs in Arabic to have a proper breakfast

When you were a kid, you probably heard that fuToor  “فطور” (breakfast) is the most important wajbah  “وجبة” (meal) of the day. Maybe back then you started breakfast with a bowl of Huboob al-fuToor “حبوب الإفطار” (breakfast cereal). Now that you’re older you might start your day with just a cup of qahwah “قهوة” (coffee) with a little Haleeb “حليب” (milk) and some sukkar“سُكر” (sugar) and...

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A proper Arabic conversation starts by asking the right question in Arabic. Check out our list of commonly used questions

Welcome back fellow language learners! We mentioned before that it’s summertime in the Middle East and what a great time it is to for you to get out and learn Arabic language conversation skills because the days are longer and there’s more native Arabic speakers to chit-chat with outsiders. In Arabic, chit-chat or small talk is known as kalaam khafiif (literally,“light talk”), and it plays a...

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