Arabic Presentation by bwNke0G

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									 Arabic ranks sixth in the world legal
  table of languages. With estimation
  of 186 million native speakers.
 It is the language of the Quran, the
  holy book of Islam.
 It is also widely used throughout the
  Muslim world.
    •Learning it will take time and
                practice.
•there aren't many irregularities in the
               grammar.
• Its much less complicated than Latin.
      •probably simpler than German
                    too.
•  It has very few irregular verbs.
• Does not use is or are at all in the
   present tense.
“ the king good” means “ the king is
   good”
• Subtle alterations in the basic
   meaning of verbs are made by
   adding to the root. These changes
   follow regular rules. Giving 10
   possible” verb forms”.
 Form 1: kasara. “he
  broke”
 Form 2: kassarra.” he
  smashed to bites”
 Form 3: inkasara. ”it was
  broken up”.
 Qatala means he fight .
 ‫قاتل‬
 Qatala means he
 killed. ‫قتل‬
English word   Arabic word   pronunciation


Hello ‫مرحبا‬                  marhaban


Hello   ‫ السالم عليكم‬As-
(peace               sallamu
be up                alaykom
on you)
Respons ‫وعليكم‬     Wa
e for     ‫السالم‬   alaykom
hello              al-slam
welcome ‫ اهال وسهال‬Ahlan
                   wasahlan
Goodbye ‫ مع السالمة‬Maa al-
                   salama


Good    ‫ صباح الخير‬Sabah al-
morning            khayer
And good        ‫ صباح النور‬Sabah al-
morning to                noor
you

Good after   ‫مساء الخير‬   Masa al-
noon/evening
                          khayr
Good after     ‫ مساء النور‬Masa al-
noon to you               noor



Good night ‫ تصبح على خير‬Tosbeh ala
                        khayr
Response     ‫وأنت من أهل‬     Wa anta mn
to good       ‫الخير‬          ahl al-khayr
night
 Until          ‫إلى اللقاء‬   Ela al-lekaa
then/or
until we
meet again
See you        ‫أراك الحقا‬    Arak
later                        lahekan
       Introducing
How are ‫ كيف الحال؟‬Kayf al
you?                hal?
Good,    ‫الحمد هلل‬  Al hamu
fine                llah
And you?      ‫ وأنت؟‬Wa ant?
I am not in    .‫ لست بأحسن حال‬Lasto bahsan
my best                       haal
situation
What is your    ‫ما األخبار؟‬   Ma al akbar?
news? / How      ‫أخبارك؟‬      Akbarok?
are you
doing?

What is new?    ‫ما الجديد؟‬    Ma al
                              jadeed?
What is      ‫ما اسمك؟‬   Ma esmok
your name?



My name is   ..‫اسمي‬     Esmy…


Nice to      ‫تشرفنا‬     tsharfna
meet you
In my        ‫ من شرفي‬Mn
pleasure             sharafy

How old     ‫ كم عمرك؟‬Kam
are you?             omrak

I am ….    ‫عمري...سنة‬   Omri…sanah

Old
Response to       ‫العمر كله‬   Al omer kolo
how old are
you answer
Where are     ‫من أين أنت؟‬     Mn ayna ant?
you from?

I am from…    ...‫أنا من‬       Ana mn…
Where you     ‫ من أين حضرتك؟‬Mn ayna
are from?                   hadratok?
(Formal)
Vocabulary
Sir / Mr.   ‫سيدي‬    sayedy


Mrs.        ‫سيدتي‬   sayedaty

miss        ‫انسه‬    Anesah


man         ‫رجل‬     rajol
women   ‫إمرأة‬   emraah

girl    ‫بنت‬     Bint

boy     ‫ولد‬     walad

child   ‫طفل‬     Tefel
girl        ‫فتاة‬      Fatat


boy         ‫فتى‬       fata


Excuse      ‫لو سمحت‬   Law samht
me/please

Excuse      ‫من فضلك‬   Mn fadlek
me/please
Thank you   ‫شكرا‬         shokran

Your        ‫عفوا‬         afwan
welcome
Any time    ‫ال شكر على‬   La shokra
            ‫واجب‬         ala wajeb
sorry       ‫عذرا‬         Ozran
sorry       ‫اسف‬       Assf(male)



sorry       ‫اسفه‬      Assefah
                      (female)

No problem ‫ال مشكلة‬   La
                      moshkelah
  Grammar

            ‫أنا‬
• Ana
• Me




• Nhno
• We        ‫نحن‬
                        ‫هي‬
 ‫هو‬                                               ‫هما‬
                       HEAYA
howa                                             HOMAA
                           SHE
 he                                           they(2 persons)



              ‫هم‬                        ‫هن‬
             hom                        hon
       they(plural male)         they(plural femal)
     ‫أنت‬                                 ‫أنت‬
     Anta                                Anty
   you(male)                         you(female)
                      ‫أنتما‬
                     Antoma
                   bouth of you
     ‫أنتم‬                               ‫أنتن‬
    Antom                              Antona
you (plural)male                  you(plural)(female)
‫هذان‬

       • Hatan

                        ‫هاتان‬
       • them or this
         two
         things(feme
         nan)
‫هؤالء‬
Note:
•In Arabic there is 3 types of verbs we use
•Mofrad ‫ )(مفرد‬which means single and
there is single masculine and single
feminine.
•Mothna ‫ مثنى‬which means to things also
there is masculine and feminine.
More information contact:
Amnah said (Amy)
EMAIL ADRESS: miss_a.said@hotmail.com
Cell phone: 815-252-7687
See you next Wednesday April _16_2008

								
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