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How sentences are formed from words 1 Parts of speech 2 Nouns 3 Verbs VIII The Arabic alphabet, like the alphabets of all Semitic languages, in no way resembles those of English and of the European languages, though many of its letters correspond to similar sounds. This takes some getting used to.

Here you are, sir ; here is the Arab money. As the oblique case ending is sloughed off in everyday speech, we don’t show it. This is not always easy ; and there is always a risk of confusion. The sounds of all three are again familiar to you: XLVII that the pending aspect” of a verb aarbic both the present and the future. Two of these long vowels serve also as consonants, in the same way as the similar English vowel- consonants w and y.

COMMENTS 1 Your first swimming lesson has consisted of stepping or jum- ping into an unfamiliar medium, water, of learning what it feels like, and of discovering that you can float.


And I am returning 1 to my country 2. The Arabic text will be printed on the left-hand page, arwbic pro- nunciation and the English facing it on the right.

Where could I have dinner? You will say, “Of course! He might very well, as a sign of deference, [see Lesson 2, Note 2], make use of the plural “you”: Ladies, young ladies, gentlemen: Enjoy your meal Good appetite!

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ese You will at first passively absorb the Lessons, then assimilate them, and finally be able to make active use of them. You will see at once that, because of the way you have to shape the inside of your mouth to pronounce them, they change the vowel sounds, so that aa, for example, becomes something like the aw in “awful”.

They are getting a divorce. Here is a short list of adjectives of color in their masculine and feminine forms, showing these changes: You could in fact go through the complete series of lessons without learning the Arabic alphabet at all.

And I asimil you a good happy night. Is the vocabulary in Assimil Arabic useful?

This ending is either -eena or -ayna. What is your [sing. The customary reply to it is the same phrase inverted: People whose native language is English are usually impatient with grammar as such.

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What is her name? I know an excellent restaurant close by 5. In what hotel do you usually stay? If it were an Arabic word, it would here have the ending -an of an indefinite word in the object case. Do you know this magazine this the magazine? In Arabic, as in English, when the sound aa is combined with the sound ee it makes a diphthong having the sound of aa-ee.


What is his name? Here are examples of both expressions: But we strongly advise you not to take this easy way out, if only because you will want, in the Arab countries, to read the names of streets and the No Smoking signs, to IX distinguish a bookshop from a bakery, and to have at least a rough idea of what is in the newspapers. We give you below the complete and the shortened versions of the names of days.

A verb is put in the “subjunctive mood” when it designates an action that is subordinate to or dependent on a wish, an intention, a purpose or a senti- ment hoping, fearing, etc. In Arabic, this kind of participle is considered to be and araabic function not as part of a verb but as an adjective, in the same way as “rich” or “angry” or “pink”.