Learn Arabic Words for Feelings and Emotions - Learn Arabic

Arabic Word for Emotions/Feelings - Learn Arabic (a bit harder to see the words and the arabic language .

it's an Arabic Alphabet Table. Whenever I learn arabic, i'll be happy i pinned this

Arabic alphabet table

Basic Arabic Vocabulary Words - Learn Arabic

nice but Hello written there in arabic reads Marhabah (ahlan is another way to say hello, but not written that way) & Welcome as they wrote in Arabic reads Tarheeb

First Words/Numbers in Arabic Poster

A selection of basic words and phrases to help you make children with a Arabic speaking heritage feel welcome in your class, or to help support top.

When they are connected with a verb, they are equivalent to objective pronouns. When they are connected with a noun, they are equivalent to possessive pronouns.  Examples:  كتابـي Ketabee (My book), كتابـها ketabuha (Her book), كتابـُك ketabuka (Your book (m)).

Note: When they are connected with a verb, they are equivalent to objective pronouns. When they are connected with a noun, they are equivalent to possessive pronouns.

Arabic Alphabet

The Arabic alphabet is the Arabic script as it is codified for writing the Arabic language. It is written from right to left,…

Time: a bilingual (Arabic/English) clock to be used with a clock hand (not included), but there's a link for one!

Time

Time: a bilingual (Arabic/English) clock to be used with a clock hand (not included), but there's a link for one!

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