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Reading Comprehension Answers: Zaha Hadid Posted by on Mar 31, 2016

   Ahlan, Arabic lovers! How was the reading comprehension exercise about the late famous architect Zaha Hadid? I hope you did fine. Anyway, here are the answers to the exercise for you to check. If you would like to view the Exercise and questions again, kindly, click here. الإجــابــات Answers توفيت المهندسة المعمارية “زها حديد”…

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Reading Comprehension Exercise: Zaha Hadid Posted by on Mar 31, 2016

اِقــرأ المقال  الـتــالــي ثــم أجـــب عـــن الأســئــلـــــــة: Read the and following article and then answer the questions:       “أعلن متحدث باسم مكتب “زها حديد” عن وفاة المهندسة المعمارية البريطانية من أصل عراقي، الخميس 31 مارس 2016، إثر نوبة قلبية في مستشفى ميامي لتفارق الحياة فى عمر 65 عاماً.         ولدت زها حديد في العاصمة…

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Egyptian Proverbs (10) Posted by on Mar 30, 2016

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

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How To Prepare Lebanese Meat Pizzas Posted by on Mar 29, 2016

Marhaba! Have you heard of Lebanese pizza? If so, you would know that it’s one of the tastiest meals around the globe. If you have not tasted one in the past or this is the first time you come across the phrase ‘Lebanese Pizza,’ then look no further, I have got you covered. Lebanese Pizza…

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Inna and its sisters, Answers Posted by on Mar 28, 2016

Inna and its sisters (إن وأخواتها) are إنَّ وأنَّ ، ولكنَّ ، وكأنَّ وليتَ ولعلَّ After Inna and its sisters (إن وأخواتها), the subject of the nominal sentence (اسم إن) become accusative (منصوب), and the predicate (خبر إن) remains nominative (مرفوع). In this post, I present the answers of the exercises presented earlier to practice…

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Practice Inna and its sisters Posted by on Mar 27, 2016

Inna and its sisters (إن وأخواتها) is a group of particles in Arabic that are usually followed by a nominal sentence. The nominal sentence takes special vowelling after Inna and its sisters (إن وأخواتها). Inna and its sisters (إن وأخواتها) are إنَّ وأنَّ ، ولكنَّ ، وكأنَّ وليتَ ولعلَّ By default, a nominal sentence has…

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Learn All 15 South American Countries & Territories in Arabic Posted by on Mar 26, 2016

Marhaba! Building on previous posts that discussed all 50 U.S. states and 17 Middle East countries in Arabic, today I want to teach you how to pronounce the name of every South American country and dependent territory in Arabic. I have translated and transliterated the country names so that you can use them when writing…

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