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Tradition is always considered good and special in the Arab world, whether it’s food, clothes or, in today’s case, drinks. In this post, we’re going to learn about a number of traditional drinks that are made and consumed in different parts of the Arab world. What is especially good about these drinks is that they are made with fresh fruits and herbs, making them not...

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Ahlan! You might’ve seen our article regarding Arabic adjectives (link), so it’s only natural that we should show an example or two of what an adverb in Arabic is since the structure is used in everyday conversation. Moreover, it will help broaden your vocabulary and enable you to make more complex sentences. However, first we need to know what the role of adverbs is in the...

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Did you know that Arabic has influenced other languages like English, Spanish, and French? Of course, one could totally understand how Arabic has had a major linguistic influence on other non-Arab Islamic countries such as Pakistan, Turkey or Iran because Arabic is the only language of the Quran, so naturally  the influence of the Arabic language has had a strong influence on the language of...

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Welcome back! As we continue our series of basic Arabic, let’s take a look at some adjectives. Learning Arabic adjectives is key as they are used in used in every day conversation. We believe that a broad vocabulary will help you master the Arabic language. We‘ve already given examples of places in Arabic (link here), so when describing a place to a friend back home, wouldn’t it be...

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In a world where fast-paced technological advancements and social media have cut a lot of jobs, there still remain a few professions that stand the test of time. Truth be told, a few countries might pay more for a specific job if the industry is flourishing in the region. Also, some jobs might weigh differently for Arabs, depending on how much stability and prestige the...

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Marhaba! We all resort to using slang words without consciously thinking about it. These are common in any language, so let’s cover some basic Arabic slang words in spoken Arabic (or colloquial). Yallah – يلا Meaning “Let’s go!” or “Come on!” and said when you want something to happen or someone to get moving, this is one of the most common Arabic words used. People will use the word yallah for...

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The Arabic language is unique, from the sounds that exist in no other language to the beautiful writing style (check out some Arabic calligraphy!). One good way to learn Arabic is to start by studying the alphabet, especially if this kind of writing is unfamiliar to you. But first, let’s see some interesting facts about the Arabic alphabet and the Arabic language. There are no...

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Ahlan! We’ve previously posted some common phrases in Arabic ( link here ), 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 and will...

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You’ve probably come to this article because maybe you feel a bit stuck in your language acquisition process and 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 fear! Kaleela is...

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Fruits In Arabic

As we stated in a previous article here, 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...

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