Dec
29
2014

Arabic greetings in different dialects

  This is How Arabs use greetings in Different dialects this lesson will be on modern standard Arabic , Syrian dialect, Tunisian dialect,  Egyptian dialect and Algerian dialect in masculine.   Syrian dialect Algerian dialect Egyptian dialect Modern Standard Arabic English translation كيفك؟ keefak? ويش راك ؟ weshrake? عامل إيه 3aamel eh? كيف حالك ؟ Kayfa Halak? How are you? مبسوط mabsuuT, لابيسي Labesse. كويس kwayyis بخير Bekhayer I am fine شو إسمك shu ismak? ويش […]

Dec
23
2014

How To add Arabic keyboard and support to windows 8 and 8.1

This tutorial works with window 8 and windows 8.1. 1- From the control panel choose Add a Language 2- Choose Add a Language. 3-Choose Arabic This Press Open. 4- Choose your preferred Arabic Dialect – We choose Arabic Egypt – Then press Add 5-In Your Task bar you will see Eng-ع Button you can switch between any language you like. 6- To add The support for Arabic characters. Choose Change  date, time or number format. […]

Dec
18
2014

Space Objects in Arabic

Here is a List of the most common Space objects in Modern standard Arabic.

Dec
16
2014

Best Arabic translators online free – Arabic to English translation

When learning a new also a hard language as Arabic you will find it useful to have a translator to help you through the process of learning. Here are our collection of the best Arabic to English translators and vice-verse that you may find on the web. Try them out and tell us which do you like the most Google translate Bing translate Free translation bab.la Dictionary Egyptian Arabic Dictionary WordReference Lexilogos Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary […]

Dec
9
2014

Free Arabic to English Dictionary software

Arabic to English dictionary – English to Arabic dictionary Easy to use and work with all windows systems. Download From here

Nov
22
2014

Arabic Interrogative Sentences

Arabic Interrogative particles Interrogative Particle أَ / هَلْ When مَتَى / أَيّانَ What ما / ماذا Why لِماذا / لِما How كَيْفَ From where / how أَنّى Who مَنْ Where أَيْنَ How many كَمْ About what عَمَّ Which أَيُّ Whose لمن Arabic Interrogative Sentences Examples: هل تلعب الكرة ؟ Do you play football? متى سافرت إلى القاهرة ؟ When did you traveled to Cairo? ماذا تفعل ؟ What are you doing? ما طولك ؟ How […]

Nov
10
2014

Arabic Prepositions – Prepositions in Arabic

حروف الجر العربية Arabic Prepositions 1 – مِنْ Has three usages: With Places سافرَ أحمدَ مِنْ مصر إلى الولايات المتحدة Ahmed traveled from Egypt to USA With Time درستُ مِنْ الساعةِ السابعةِ إلى الساعةِ العاشرةِ I Studied From 7 to 10 Parting أكلت جزءاً مِنْ تفاحة. I ate a piece of an apple. قرأت فصلاً مِنْ كتاب. I read a Chapter of a book. 2 – إلى Has two usages Places ذهبتُ إلى المكتبةِ I […]

Nov
3
2014

Free Online Tashkeel Software

Mishkal is an online too Available also for windows and Linux as a download. It can: – Automatically add Tashkel to Arabic script – A user can rewrite the Tashkeel – You can use it to help you in the Tashkeel Process You can use it as an assistant in Tashkeel     Use the online Software from HERE Download For Windows or Linux From HERE

Oct
28
2014

Demonstrative pronouns in Arabic – Pointing nouns in Arabic

Demonstrative pronouns are considered pointing nouns and have all the four characteristics that are gender, number, definiteness and grammar rules “I’rab- اعراب”. There are two types of pointing nouns: Near- القريب Far – البعيد Pointing Nouns – Near Plural Dual Single هؤلاء These هذان/هذين These -Two- هذا This Masculine هؤلاء These هتين/هاتان These-Two هذه This Feminine Pointing Nouns – Far Plural Dual Single أولئك Those ذانك/ذنيك Those -Two- ذلك That Masculine أولئك Those تانك/تينك Those-Two […]

Oct
15
2014

Top 85 used Arabic Adjectives.

A complete List of the Top 85 used Arabic Adjectives. Examples: البحر “الأزرق” The Blue Sea الإمتحان “الصعب” The Difficult Exam الطعام “الجيد” The good food على “ملاكم بارع” Ali is a good boxer هى لاعبة ماهرة She is a skilled player. بابار فيل “خرطومه طويل” Banar is a long nose elephant Note: the Adjective in Arabic take the same grammar rule as what it is described. صفة Sfh Adjective قادر Qadr Able عربي ‘erby […]