Here is a list of animals in Arabic that we thought would be funny to pronounce and it would be easy for you to remember. What makes these Arabic names special is the fact that they sounds pretty much like the sound that these animals would make (Obviously not all of them). Well, it up to you to judge which ones are easy, but this is still a good exercise to practice the Arabic alphabets and learn some new Arabic vocabulary at the same time.
In this post, you will learn how to say the names of animals in Arabic, We have randomly selected this list and we hope it will help you remember some of these Arabic names. We will be posting similar lists that covers other topics sash as places, people, tools, transportation, and many more to come. Stay tuned for our upcoming post!
In this post we are going to review some of the most common words and phrases in Arabic. These Arabic phrases can come in very handy in different situations and will be help you appreciate the progress you’ve made so far in your Arabic learning as well as your Arabic pronunciation. These steps might also help you overcome some of the difficulties you’ve encountered when learning the Arabic alphabets.
In this lesson we will discuss the necessary phrases for greeting one another. The normal Hello/Hi in Arabic Greetings has two forms. The first one is “As-salaamu alaykum” السلام عليكم which is made of two words and means “Pease be upon you”. The response is switching words and adding a small “wa” at the beginning which means “and”, the result is “Wa alaykom salam” وعليكم السلام. The other form of saying Hello/Hi in Arabic is “Marḥaban” مرحبا…
There are three vowels in Arabic called ḥarakāt (حَرَكَات), which literally means “movements”. They can