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Here are some simples things in Arabic.....Inshallah soon you will learn more...

See The Picture Below To See The Arabic Alphabets

Click The Link Below To Listen To All The Arabic Alphabets

http://playandlearn.org/audio/Sound001.ra

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(salam)

Wait wait wait......I never tought before and don't even know how to teach...I can teach very simple ARABIC.....maybe more will help.....I will start and I EXPECT and DEPEND on brothers and sisters who know arabic to HELP!

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(salam)

Great effort..perhaps you can teach me how to converse in Arab? :D

Wassalam, Sarah

(salam)

It is not easy......Even I don't know many things.....That's why I said I will depend and expect from Brothers and sisters who know Arabic to help...

Inshallah If I could teach you, then I will.

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(salam)

I can teach too, a bit, since Im learning as well. Finished one year of learning arabic in my university and continuing. Insha Allah I will be fluent and will be able to converse fully with my Muslim sisters and brothers.

heres a few things:

Ahlan w'sahlan (greeting)

Marhabba

M'as mook(a/i) (whats your name m/f)

Is'mii (my name is....)

Aina t'askoon(neeina) (where do you live)

As'koon fi (I live in...)

Aina ta'droos(seeina) (where do you study)

Adroos fi (I study in...)

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(salam)

salam)

It is not easy......Even I don't know many things.....That's why I said I will depend and expect from Brothers and sisters who know Arabic to help...

Inshallah If I could teach you, then I will.

Thank you, Hassan..studying from a book is so difficult, you know.

I can teach too, a bit, since Im learning as well. Finished one year of learning arabic in my university and continuing. Insha Allah I will be fluent and will be able to converse fully with my Muslim sisters and brothers.

heres a few things:

Ahlan w'sahlan (greeting)

Marhabba

M'as mook(a/i) (whats your name m/f)

Is'mii (my name is....)

Aina t'askoon(neeina) (where do you live)

As'koon fi (I live in...)

Aina ta'droos(seeina) (where do you study)

Adroos fi (I study in...)

Masya-Allah thank you , Sis. My first lesson ... :D

Wassalam, Sarah

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(salam)

I can teach too, a bit, since Im learning as well. Finished one year of learning arabic in my university and continuing. Insha Allah I will be fluent and will be able to converse fully with my Muslim sisters and brothers.

heres a few things:

Ahlan w'sahlan (greeting)

Marhabba

M'as mook(a/i) (whats your name m/f)

Is'mii (my name is....)

Aina t'askoon(neeina) (where do you live)

As'koon fi (I live in...)

Aina ta'droos(seeina) (where do you study)

Adroos fi (I study in...)

(salam)

Thanks for helping......keep up helping....I am learning too.

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(salam)

salam)

It is not easy......Even I don't know many things.....That's why I said I will depend and expect from Brothers and sisters who know Arabic to help...

Inshallah If I could teach you, then I will.

Thank you, Hassan..studying from a book is so difficult, you know.

I can teach too, a bit, since Im learning as well. Finished one year of learning arabic in my university and continuing. Insha Allah I will be fluent and will be able to converse fully with my Muslim sisters and brothers.

heres a few things:

Ahlan w'sahlan (greeting)

Marhabba

M'as mook(a/i) (whats your name m/f)

Is'mii (my name is....)

Aina t'askoon(neeina) (where do you live)

As'koon fi (I live in...)

Aina ta'droos(seeina) (where do you study)

Adroos fi (I study in...)

Masya-Allah thank you , Sis. My first lesson ... :D

Wassalam, Sarah

(salam)

Good......You Welcome

The first lesson is the first post :D

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Ahlan w'sahlan (greeting)

Marhabba

M'as mook(a/i) (whats your name m/f)

Is'mii (my name is....)

Aina t'askoon(neeina) (where do you live)

As'koon fi (I live in...)

Aina ta'droos(seeina) (where do you study)

Adroos fi (I study in...)

Is this Fus'ha or Dialect?

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Ahlan w'sahlan (greeting)

Marhabba

M'as mook(a/i) (whats your name m/f)

Is'mii (my name is....)

Aina t'askoon(neeina) (where do you live)

As'koon fi (I live in...)

Aina ta'droos(seeina) (where do you study)

Adroos fi (I study in...)

Is this Fus'ha or Dialect?

(salam)

It is Fus'ha.

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Salaam Alaikum,

Great idea br. Hassan, Jazak Allah.....I"m excited about this. I hope I'll learn a lot inshallah....

I know how to say how are you

Kay fa halika (lol I can't spell it but is that right?)

Masalama.....

(salam)

Inshallah

Kayfa Haluka? To A Male.

Kayfa Haluki? To A Female.

Inshallah I will try my best...

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