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    Lesson 1

    CONTENTS
    Home
    Introduction
    The Basics of Arabic
    Rules of Transliteration
    This is Arabic
    Grammar
    About
    LESSONS
    01 Hello & Goodbye
    02 Counting
    03 Meeting People
    04 In the Hotel
    05 In the Restaurant
    06 Writing Arabic Part I
    07 Writing Arabic Part II
    08 Writing Arabic Part III
    09 Writing Arabic Part IV
    10 My Name is Issam
    10B Word List
    11 Local Coffee Shop
    11b Word List
    12 Fixing Cars
    12b Word List
    13 Cookies
    13b Word List
    14 My Marriage
    14b Word List
    BONUS VOCABULARY
    01 Bonus Vocabulary (A)
    02 Bonus Vocabulary (B)
    03 Bonus Vocabulary (C)
    04 Bonus Vocabulary (D)
    05 Bonus Vocabulary (E)
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    1. Hello & Goodbye

     

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    Marhaban

    Hello; welcome


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    'As-salāmu Alaykum

    Hello; Peace upon you


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    'Alaykum Us-Salām

    Hello; Peace upon you, too


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    Kayfa Hāluk?

    How are you?


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    Shukran. Al-hamdu lillāh. Wa anta?

    Thank you. Fine, by God's mercy. And you?


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    'Anā Bi-khayr

    I'm fine


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    Ma'a Salāma

    Go without fear


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    Ilāl Liqā'

    So long; Until the next time



    Grammar: Structures of Arabic

    There is a group of core characteristics to the Arabic language. The principal is evident, and well known: a different alphabet. The Arabic alphabet has 28 letters, but in some Arab countries, additional letters have been introduced, depending on important sounds in each of these countries. These letters are common to European languages, and are missing in the standard Arab alphabet. The more common ones include: g, p, and v. However, the manner of writing these letters are not standardized.


    Arabic is written with an alphabet, but letters are joined together, reminding you of Western handwriting. More on writing in lessons 5-9. There are clear rules for pronunciation for each of the letters (even if these may differ slightly from country to country). Even better, for Arabic you can find the correct pronunciation from the spelling alone. This is one of the areas where learning Arabic is easier than it is for other major languages.


    The other important characteristic is that the Arabic that you'll learn in this beginner's course, is called Modern Standard Arabic, and is based on the linguistic traditions of which the Quran is one of the main representatives for. This language is often very different from the language that people use in everyday speech, but is used in writing and in official contexts.

     

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