Welcome back to part three of our five-part series on 100 essential words and phrases that you should know if you’re just learning Arabic for beginners.  Just like the first two parts of this series, we’ve also inclArabic for beginnersuded some example phrases and questions that you can see the word used in. Meanwhile, as you learn Arabic language vocabulary, you’ll find yourself picking up more and more vocabulary along the way. So, after this lesson, you’ll have learned 60 core vocabulary words in Arabic.

100 Core Arabic Vocabulary Words (Part 3)

Monday in Arabic elethnain الإثنين 
Tuesday in Arabicethalaatha الثلاثاء 
Wednesday in Arabicelarbia’a الأربعاء 
Thursday in Arabicelkhamees الخميس 
Friday in Arabiceljuma’a الجمعة 
Saturday in Arabicelsabt السبت 
Sunday in Arabicelahad الأحد 
Weekend in Arabic utlit nihayit il’usboo’ عطلة نهاية الاسبوع
January in Arabic yanayir يناير 
February in Arabic fibrayir فبراير 
March in Arabic maris مارس 
April in Arabic ʾibril أبريل 
May in Arabic mayu مايو 
June in Arabic yunyu يونيو 
July in Arabic yulyu يوليو 
August in Arabic ʾugustus أغسطس 
September in Arabic sibtambir سبتمبر
October in Arabic ʾuktubar أكتوبر 
November in Arabic nuvambir نوفمبر 
December in Arabic disambir ديسمبر 

You’re more than halfway through the list. Keep up the good work, and since you already know that the best way to learn Arabic these days is through Arabic language apps, don’t forget to download the Kaleela Arabic language learning app for more on how you can learn Arabic writing, learn to read Arabic, learn to speak Arabic.

Also, you can even learn Arabic dialects like Modern Standard Arabic and Levantine Arabic. Not only can you learn Egyptian Arabic, but now you can choose between Syrian Arabic, Iraqi Arabic, or Jordanian/Palestinian Arabic. Additionally, all of this for you to learn at the touch of your fingers. You can always check kaleela.com for extra articles that will help you learn basic Arabic words.