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Common Arabic Phrases #7

According to a discussion I had with a linguist professor, the lexical approach is the fastest way to learning a language. The lexical approach basically rests on the idea that an important part of learning a language consists of being able to understand and produce lexical phrases as chunks.

Common Arabic Phrases #7

This is the 7th post from the series Common Arabic Phrases. We have been learning common phrases that we could use in our day-to-day lives to speak the Arabic language at the fastest rate possible. Learning basic Arabic phrases and their meaning will help us reach this goal.

Please note, for some phrases, I have given the translation of the meaning of the phrase, and not word-to-word. This is because when you translate some phrases word-to-word it may not make sense in English. Wherever possible, I have tried to keep it word-to-word.

In this post, we have introduced 6 new sentences. I have also included a note on how to form duality in Arabic. Enjoy!

Common Arabic Phrases #7
Common Arabic Phrases #7

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