In this post, we will talk about the five senses (الحَواسُّ الخَمْسُ) of sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing in Arabic. this post will also include information about the different body organs that our senses uses and some other useful information regarding this subject.
The post details the Arabic names for family members. “Usrah” (أسرة) refers to the small family (parents and children), while “‘Ailah” (عائلة) denotes the extended family but can be used for both. A spectrum of family terms is given, covering basic relationships like parents (Wālid/Wālidah) and children (Atfāl), to specifics like niece (Ibnatu Al-Akh/Ukht), fiance (Khatīb), and in-laws (Ḥamw, Ḥamāh, Nassīb, Nassībah).
Transportation Vocabulary in Arabic This Arabic lesson is about some of the most used Transportation
Air and Space in Arabic Today’s morning traffic was a little bit unusual in the
In today’s Arabic lesson, we are going to continue learning about the “human body parts
The Arabic face parts’ names In the previous post, we talked about the various human
In schools, colleges or in medical schools, we all have learned about the human body (Jismu al-insan – جسم الإنسان) and the various human body parts (A’da’u jismi al-insan – أعضاء جسم الإنسان), and since most people start out to learn Arabic by memorizing as much vocabulary as possible, we decided that in this post we are going to learn the Arabic vocabulary of some basic parts of the human body. From head to toe, these Arabic names of the human body parts will be frequently used in your daily conversations and we suggest that you practice them a lot as they will come very handy when time is right.
Introduction: Embracing the Diversity of Shapes in Arabic Language In this post, we are going