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Archive for December, 2011

Top Ten Arabic Blog Articles Posted by on Dec 31, 2011

Hi friends and Arabic fans ! Today, is the last day of 2011, so we wish you all a Happy New Year. In today’s post I am going to go over the top ten Arabic Blog articles.      1- The first top post was about the Arabic Numbers from 1 – 100 . You can…

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Word search answer Posted by on Dec 30, 2011

In this post, I present the answer of the Christmas word search game and the translation of the words below. 1-      Tree 2-      Decoration 3-      Presents 4-      Santa 5-      Christmas 6-      Mass 7-      Celebration 8-      Turkey 9-      Cake 10-   holiday    

Every Year, You are my LOVE ! Posted by on Dec 30, 2011

Every Year, You are my LOVE !      Happy New Year, everyone. The new year is at the door. May all your wishes come true. Today, I present this beautiful song أغنية   of  the famous Iraqi singer; Kazim  Al-Sahir كاظم الساهر . The song was written by the great Syrian poet Nizar Qabbani نزار قباني…

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Christmas Word search Posted by on Dec 29, 2011

Merry Christmas everyone! ميلاد مجيد In this post, I present a word search game with words about Christmas. Can you find the 10  words in the list in the grid below? 1-      شجرة 2-      زينة 3-      هدايا 4-      بابا نويل 5-      عيد ميلاد 6-      قداس 7-      احتفال 8-      ديك رومي 9-      كعك 10-  اجازة…

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Fisal’s Dictionary: سكن Posted by on Dec 24, 2011

The verb "to dwell"

        Today, we are going to go on a journey to the depths of the Arabic Dictionary to discover some of its secrets. We will look up the root verb سكن  and explore some of its derivatives. * سَـكـَـنَ    [V.I.] = 1) to stop moving or be silent.                                            Ex. –  سـكـنـت الـريـحُ  =  The wind stopped.                                   2) to calm…

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The Fronted Predicate Posted by on Dec 23, 2011

The Fronted Predicate  الخبر الـمـُـقــدَّم As we learned before that the general rule is that the Mubtada’ المبتدأ  begins the nominal sentence.   However, there are certain cases in which the predicate الخبر comes before the Mubtada’ and begins the nominal sentence. Today, we will be introduced to these cases.  * Cases of  the Fronted Predicate :   1)…

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Egyptian Proverbs (3) Posted by on Dec 17, 2011

              Arabic proverbs reflect the beauty of the Arabic Language and the wisdom of the Arabs and their culture. In Egypt, these proverbs are part of everyone’s daily routine. There is no one  single situation that would not have the perfect proverb tailored for it. Just for the sake of fun, I am going…

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