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Another Milestone for Women in Saudi Arabia Posted by on Feb 21, 2017

Marhaba! Today I have yet another beautiful story in the Arab world and in particular the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. What makes this story even more promising is that it discusses a new milestone for women in Saudi Arabia and in one of the most male-dominated industries and fields: finance! I know that many dear…

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Prepositions and Circumstants Posted by on Feb 20, 2017

In Arabic, prepositions (حروف الجر) comprise a limited set of words that serve to explain relationships between other words, e.g. من، إلى، في، عن، على، مذ، منذ، رُبَّ، حتى، خلا، حاشا، عدا، اللام، كي، واو، التاء، الكاف، الباء، لعل، متى There is another set of words called circumstants (الظروف). These words have a similar function…

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Light and sweet semolina dessert Posted by on Feb 19, 2017

In a previous post, I presented the recipe for semolina dessert (الهريسة), but I found and tried another recipe which is easier and gives better results. Please find the ingredients and preparation method below: Ingredients: 2 cups of semolina (coarse) 1 table spoon of butter 1 cup of yoghurt 1 spoon of baking powder ½…

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Subjects in Arabic Posted by on Feb 17, 2017

The subject is one grammatical term in English, however in Arabic we have two types of subject. Subject = المبتدأ Subject = الفاعل We explain each term and give examples below: Subject = المبتدأ This is the beginning of the nominal sentence in Arabic. Nominal sentences have two parts: the subject (المبتدأ) and the predicate…

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Arabic Superlative and Comparative Posted by on Feb 6, 2017

In Arabic superlative and comparative constructions are expressed using the form (أفعل). We need to mould adjectives using the (أفعل) form as follow: سهل – أسهل صعب – أصعب جميل – أجمل سعيد – أسعد كبير – أكبر When we use the (أفعل) form followed by a noun, we make a superlative construction, e.g. أكبر…

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