top of page
Search
  • Writer's pictureTAA-A

Basic Arabic Phrases and Vocabulary words to start learning Arabic


Start Learning Arabic


The Arabic Language counts in one of the most culturally rich and historically old languages around the world. It is one of the sweetest and beautiful languages as its beauty lies in words/vocabulary. It is commonly used in Middle Eastern Countries. The Arabic Language is considered as a treasuring epitome of millions of words. It has been roughly estimated that the largest Arabic dictionary has nearly 12000 words for Arabic lovers.


With such majesty and diversity, Arabic might seem daunting and terrifying to you at first. It must be triggering your stress level high. However, let us give you a breath of relief as beginners who are willing to learn the Arabic language. While practicing the language, you have to learn approx. Five per cent of the total Arabic vocabulary to become affluent in the literature.

Let’s delve into the Basic Arabic words and phrases that you should know to start your Arabic Language learning as a beginner!


Fundamental Arabic Words

naäam… It means “Yes.”.. It strictly refers to “No.”Min faDlik…. It alludes to “Please.”… It represents gratitude as “Thank you.”Äafwan… It reflects pleasure as in “You’re welcome.”Aläafw… It means “Excuse me.”arjuu almaädhira. It shows apologetic behaviour as “I am sorry.”


Basic Arabic Phrases

hal tataHaddath al’ingiliiziyya?

It means Can you speak in English?


hal yuwjad aHad hunaa yataHaddath al’ingiliiziyya?

It refers to: Is anyone here know or speak English?


Anaa ataHaddath faqaT qaliil min aläarabiyya.

It shows: I can only speak a little bit of Arabic.


Maa ismuk?

It represents: What’s your name?


ismii Hasan.

It answers like: My name is Hasan.


kayfa Haluk?

It shows concern like: How are you doing?


Anaa bikhayr shukran.

It answers simple like: I’m fine, thank you for asking.


Anaa saäiid jiddan bimuqaabalatak.

It reflects: I am beyond glad to meet you!


These are some kick-start vocabulary and words to start your Arabic journey to fluency. TAA-A (The American Arabic Academy) can help you in learning the right away!

119 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Comments


Commenting has been turned off.

TAA-A

Blog

bottom of page