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Word search – jobs answers Posted by on Sep 30, 2010

In this post, I present the translations of the words presented in the word search and the answers. طبيب مدرس مهندس طالب نجار صائغ سباك ممثل محاسب رسام Doctor 2. Teacher 3. Engineer 4. Student 5. Carpenter 6. Jeweller 7. Plumber 8. Actor 9. Accountant 10. Painter Here are some examples of the use of…

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Word search – jobs Posted by on Sep 29, 2010

In this post, I present a word search game that includes 10 jobs. Do you know what they mean and can you find them in the grid? طبيب مدرس مهندس طالب نجار صائغ سباك ممثل محاسب رسام

Connectors in Arabic – Condition Posted by on Sep 25, 2010

It is very important when we write in any language to create logical relationships between the ideas that we present. There is a number of relationships that we can create like addition, contrast, among others, and there are many words and expressions that we can use to express these relationships. In this post, I present…

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Connectors in Arabic – Contrast Posted by on Sep 20, 2010

It is very important when we write in any language to create logical relationships between the ideas that we present. There is a number of relationships that we can create like addition, contrast, among others, and there are many words and expressions that we can use to express these relationships. In this post, I present…

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Connectors in Arabic – Addition Posted by on Sep 16, 2010

It is very important when we write in any language to create logical relationships between the ideas that we present. There is a number of relationships that we can create like addition, contrast, among others, and there are many words and expressions that we can use to express these relationships. In this post, I present…

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Punctuation in Arabic Posted by on Sep 10, 2010

Punctuation marks (علامات الترقيم) are not always used correctly in Arabic. In this post, I explain some of the rules related to the use of punctuation marks. First of all, it should be noted that some punctuation marks in Arabic look different from the English counterparts, e.g. the English comma is (,) while the Arabic…

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Moussaaka Recipe Posted by on Sep 7, 2010

In this post, I present the recipe of a very famous dish in the Arab world, in fact it is well known all around the Mediterranean region. It is called (مسقعة), in English Moussaka. It is obvious that the English name is derived from Arabic, and the word Arabic means cold because this dish is…

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