10 Most Popular Arabic Posts of 2015 Posted by jesa on Dec 29, 2015 in Arabic Language
Marhaba! In the last few years, I have shared my New Year Resolutions for the Arabic blog. Last year, I asked you all to provide me with the two activities/posts that you loved and two that you hated. This year I have decided to do something new. I want to share with you dear Arabic lovers an overview of the most popular posts in 2015. What better way to wrap up another successful year than by focusing on the 10 most read posts in the last few years!! I will begin from the least popular to the most popular. Enjoy!
For new learners of Arabic, these expressions serve as one of the essential tools for not only communicating with Arabic speakers but also learning to reach out in your writing. In this post, I have focused on the most common expressions to get you started!
An essential component of learning a new language is being able to at least use some basic expressions and greetings. This post sums up some of the most important and frequently used greetings in Arabic. Make sure to revise them every now and then to perfect them!
How are the calendar months pronounced and written in Arabic? Well, look no further. This post deals extensively with how Arabs refer to the Aramaic calendar, used primarily in the Levant, and the Gregorian calendar, used more extensively in the Arab world. The names of the months are translated and transliterated.
In this post I suggested three smart tips to pick up Arabic quickly. Learning a new language is a daunting task and could at times become unbearable if it’s too technical. So, I suggested that you could do one or all of the following things: (1) surf the internet for Arabic resources, such as our own Transparent Language website and blog; (2) read Arabic newspapers; and (3) listen to Arabic music. One or all of these smart tips could help you pick up Arabic quickly!
What time is it? This is one of the most familiar phrases around the world. Well, this post deals elaborately with telling time in Arabic. It provides new Arabic lovers with the basic tools for telling time by focusing on hour and minute increments.
Learning about a language’s literary contributions as crucially important for any new language learner. Despite the many complexities with understanding the nuances of different poems, we always provide you Arabic lovers with poetry from some of the most rated Arab poets. This post focuses on a beautiful love poem by the Egyptian poet Farouk Goweedah. Revisit this beautiful poem and learn how to sweep your beloved of their feet in the mesmerizing Arabic language.
All languages are somewhat interconnected. This post is one my personal favorites. It focuses on the top English words that have Arabic origins. Yes, you read that right. Some of the most important and commonly used words in English are derived from Arabic. Check out it for yourself!
In this post, I provide you with the most common and important expressions about love in Arabic. Be it on Valentine, any other occasion, or every day in your life, it is always important to share love with all the important people in your life. Check this post to learn, pronounce, and use these beautiful expressions about love in your conversations with loved ones as well as your letters to distant relatives and friends. This also one of my favorite posts!
Well, whether you believe or not, swear words and curses are an essential component of learning a new language. While all of our posts are PG rated, this post deals with some of the most profane and explicit words and expressions in the Arabic language. Most of them are really packed with vulgarity, so make sure you use them cautiously or better yet do not use them! Any of these words or expressions can get you into serious trouble.
Our most read and visited post of the year deals with learning how to count in Arabic. Another vital component of learning a new language, this post provides new learners with the tools to pronounce all the numbers between 1 and 100 in Arabic. It also has a video that can teach you how to properly pronounce them.
As always, I want to end the year by sharing my favorite New Year song, by the one and only Fairouz. It captures my sentiments and I love the message it spreads.
Happy Learning and Happy New Year Arabic Lovers! May we always learn Arabic together. Have great year marked by love, success, good health, and happiness!!!
Enjoy it and see you all in 2016 🙂
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