Friday, October 4, 2013

Good Luck in Arabic

Today, I had learned from Maha how to say "good luck" in Arabic.

There are 3 ways to say good luck. However they are a direct translation of the English Language as different language may have a slightly different ways to say a similar things.


These are the different ways: 1. hath sa'eed - directly translated as "happy" luck. Hath means luck and sa'eed is happy. The wordings seem to be said in reversed ways. 2. bi nnajah - consists of two words. Bi meaning with and najjah means success. When these two words are joined together, the word "bi" is transformed to become "bin". A reader of Quran will understand this format under the topic of "idram" 3. The third way is to say "bi tawfeek"

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

learn arabic Maha Lesson 14 - I Dont Want

This video tells you how to say ... "I dont want".

Based on the earlier video, when you learn how to say I Dont Know.
-- anna  LA A' REF = I DONT KNOW

The basic sentence structure remains the same. Instead of KNow, it is replaced with Want.

--UREED

So it becomes ... Anna La Ureed.

http://youtu.be/BW9ZlAnklG4

Sunday, May 19, 2013

How To Write in Arabic Lesson 3 part 1

Learning Arabic continues will lesson 3.

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Increase Your ArabicVocabulary

In learning any new language, the number of words that you know and able to use are very important for your to communicate with others. In fact is more important than the grammar. You may speak a broken Arabic and be understood, but with the right vocabulary, you have to resort to sign language.

     
Arabic root word is normally for past tense verb. Many of which are 3 syllabal word like a-ka-la means I have eaten.