Congratulations, you’ve made it to the end of our five-part series on 100 essential basic words and phrases that you should know if you’re just learning Arabic for beginners. Like all the parts that came before, we’ve also included some example phrases and questions that you can see the word used in.
|Head in Arabic||raʾs||رأس|
|Hair in Arabic||shaear||شعر|
|Tooth in Arabic||sini||سن|
|Arm in Arabic||thira||ذراع|
|Hand in Arabic||yad||يد|
|Finger in Arabic||ʾisbaʿ||اصبع|
|Neck in Arabic||raabah||رقبه|
|Chest in Arabic||sadar||صدر|
|Back in Arabic||eawda||عودة|
|Knee in Arabic||rakba||ركبة|
|Leg in Arabic||saq||ساق|
|Foot in Arabic||qadam||قدم|
|Toe in Arabic||‘iisbae qadam||إصبع قدم|
|Who in Arabic||mn althi||من الذى؟|
|What in Arabic||madha?||ماذا؟|
|Where in Arabic||‘ayn?||أين؟|
|When in Arabic||maty?||متي؟|
|Why in Arabic||limadha a?||لماذا ا؟|
|How many in Arabic||kam aleidad?||كم العدد؟|
|How much in Arabic||kam althamana?||كم الثمن؟|
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