speak arbic like natives

speak arbic like natives

speak arbic like natives

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Language: english

Note: 2.6/5 (28 notes) 6,960 students

Instructor(s): Mohamed AL ashram

Last update: 2021-11-23

What you’ll learn

  • arabic letters and its sounds
  • words for each letter
  • types of Arabic sentences
  • Arabic conversations



  • only interesting in Arabic language



Arabic is an old language . It is believed to have originated in the Arabian Peninsula. rabic, which first emerged in the northwest of the Arabian Peninsula, is a member of the Semitic family of languages which also includes Hebrew and Aramaic. Whilst very early manifestations of Arabic date back as far as the 8th century BCE, the language has been defined and refined over a considerable period of time.Arabic is at least 1,500 years old. Classical Arabic originated in the sixth century, but earlier versions of the language existed, including the Safaitic dialect, an old Arabic dialect used by the pre-Islamic nomadic inhabitants of the Syro-Arabian desert. Some of its inscriptions date back to the first century.Proto-Arabs are presumed to have originated from what is now modern-day Hejaz and Najd in Saudi Arabia. Arabs spread from there to the central and southern parts of the Levant, sometimes replacing previously spoken Semitic languages. Arabic is widely taught in schools and universities around the world and is used to varying degrees in workplaces, governments and the media.[9] Arabic, in its standard form, is the official language of 26 states, as well as the liturgical language of the religion of Islam, since the Quran and the Hadiths were written in Arabic.[10]Arabic has influenced many other languages around the globe throughout its history especially languages of Muslim cultures and countries that were conquered by Muslims. Some of the most influenced languages are Persian, Turkish, Hindustani (Hindi and Urdu),[12] Kashmiri, Kurdish, Bosnian, Kazakh, Bengali, Malay (Indonesian and Malaysian), Maldivian, Pashto, Punjabi, Albanian, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Sicilian, Spanish, Greek, Bulgarian, Tagalog, Sindhi, Odia[13] and Hausa and some languages in parts of Africa. Conversely, Arabic has borrowed words from other languages, including Aramaic, Hebrew, Latin, Greek, Persian and to a lesser extent Turkish and other Semitic languages such as Abyssinian in medieval times and languages such as English and French in modern times and some loanwords from theArabic is the liturgical language of 1.8 billion Muslims, and Arabic[14] is one of six official languages of the United Nations.[15][16][17][18] All varieties of Arabic combined are spoken by perhaps as many as 422 million speakers (native and non-native) in the Arab world,[19] making it the fifth most spoken language in the world.[20] Arabic is written with the Arabic alphabet, which is an abjad script and is written from right to left, although the spoken varieties are sometimes written in ASCII Latin from left to right with no standardized orthography. Arabic and Islam

Classical Arabic is the language of poetry and literature (including news); it is also mainly the language of the Quran. Classical Arabic is closely associated with the religion of Islam because the Quran was written in it. Most of the world’s Muslims do not speak Classical Arabic as their native language, but many can read the Quranic script and recite the Quran. Among non-Arab Muslims, translations of the Quran are most often accompanied by the original text. At present, Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) is also used in modernized versions of literary forms of the Quran.

  It was first spoken by nomadic tribes in the northwestern frontier of the Peninsula 150 millions people speak Arabic  to learn its vocabularies you should listen to Arabic speakers in every field listen before speak the Arabic grammar   is very important to know the structure of the sentence s

how can I speak like native  listen to drama listen to old songs listen to sport listen to cartoon video clips   all in Arabic try to repeat the words and phrases


Who this course is for

  • any one interesting in arabic


Course content

  • Introduction
    • intro to the course
    • introd
    • Advice from the beginning to save time
    • advices
    • Arabic letters try to pronounce
    • Arabic letters names woman sound
    • repeat letters to memorize its shape and sounds
    • Arabic letters names
    • vocabularies start with letters example quizzes
    • how to write Arabic
    • divide words to letters
    • try to pronounce the words
    • what is short vowel
    • Arabic letter sound
    • different forms of Arabic letters
    • shape of letter in the beginning middle last of the word
    • wha tis Fatah dama kasera
    • short signs
    • what is long vowel mad
    • arabic letter sound 2 Modood
    • constant letters letters with sekon strong letters and weak
    • Modood or mad letters
    • skoon
    • remember Arabic is written from right to left
    • nunation is characteristic of Arabic
    • Hasan Afifi Egyptian artist sing for Arabic letters in Egyptian accent
    • Arabic letter song in khaligi accent
    • arabic accents
    • one language several accents
  • vocabularies
    • How to learn Arabic vocabularies
    • how to remember arabicvocabularies
    • parts of the body
    • Days of the week
    • months of the years شهور السنه الميلاديه
    • learn from old songs famous Arabian singers
    • first time I fall in love halim
    • Mohamed Fawzi sing for children
    • my heart is yours farid Alatrash
    • good morning umkolthoum
    • poem night of lover
  • Arabic phrases spoken
    • Arabic phrases
    • Give your ear chance to listen to these sounds
  • language as science
    • the poet language
    • Arabic language sciences
    • sciences of Arabic language
    • science of Arabic language2
    • vocabularies as acharcter of arbic language
    • Arabic language characteristic fasaha
    • Arood is especial character of Arabic language
  • listen before seak
    • listen well to speak perfect
  • Arabic Grammar
    • Arabic grammar nahoo
    • eerab what is eerab
    • eerab exmple
    • eerab examples2
    • Eerab tree abbreviatioofErab in table
    • parts of speech
    • أقسام الكلام مع أمثله parts of speech with examples
    • علامات الاسم والفعل والحرف characteristics of verb noun preposition
    • علامات الإعراب الإصليه والفرعيه
    • المعارف
    • إعراب الفعل
    • المبتدأ والخبر
    • arabic grammar
    • الاسم المقصور والمنقوصMaksoor and Mankoos nouns
    • الاعراب التقديرى اعراب المقصور والمنقوص
    • comparison
    • adjective
    • adverb
    • ظرف الزمان والمكان مع الأمثله adverb of places and time
    • التمييز
    • المفعول له أو المفعول لإجله
    • التوكيد
    • adverb exmple
    • direct indirect speech in Arabic
    • Remember and understand
    • المفعول به
    • اسلوب الإستثناء
    • علامات النصب
    • علامات الخفض الكسر علامات الجزم
    • present eerab
    • مرفوعات الاسماء
    • الفاعل
    • نائب الفاعل
  • pronouns
    • pronouns
    • Newsweek النواسخ
  • How to speak like a native Arabic speaker
    • secret
    • listen to sport in Arabic try to translate to your language
    • wrestling Cena vs undertaker
  • learning Arabic by listening to drama
    • A promise egyption drama
    • classic Arabic in international film Ressala Antoni quean vs Abdallah geith
    • intelligent young thief
    • the best 100 Egyptian films in century
    • arabic conversation in films shamy accent
    • video clips and songs a source of simple language
    • watching cartoon


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