By A. Yacoub
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MuHar-ram, Safar, rabiiA 'aw-wal, rabiiA thaanii, jumaad 'aw-wal, jumaad thaanii, rajab, shaAbaan, ramadaan, shaw-waal, Thu l-qeAda, Arabic ordinal numbers can be easily distinguished from the numbers used in c Cersćounting. The table below includes the numbers first to twelve; they are presented together with the definite article. This is the form used in telling the time. com/pages/Lets-Talk-Arabic Arabic - English glossary The following glossary contains the words presented in this book. Also most of the meanings given are as used in the book.
Qamar" = moon, "al-qamar" = the moon. Next chart shows an example for each letter. com/pages/Lets-Talk-Arabic UNIT TWO What is this? Contents - Demonstratives - Useful adjectives - Grammar and usage - Simple sentences - Noun-Adjective phrases What's this? maa haThaa / haThehe? " and "this…" and are used to refer to masculine and feminine nouns. Look at the below examples and learn how to say "this is a" & "this is the": 1- This is a / an…. (referring to a feminine) 1- This…. (referring to a masculine) 2- This….
The pronoun forms which he used with the preposition are basically the same like the possessive pronouns forms which mentioned in the previous lesson. The following table introduces these endings with prepositions indicating the meaning of (to have) in Arabic. Three of these combinations form (to have) in Arabic. The difference in how they are used to express possession is: - (lii) is used when referring to owning people: (lii 'akh) = I have a brother - (Aend) is used when referring to owning objects: (Aendii say-yaara) = I have a car - (maAa) is used for referring to owning something right now: (maAii dollar)= I have a dollar.
Arabic Script [Let's Talk Arabic] by A. Yacoub
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