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Arabic Language: Language Courses: Questions words Pronouns Conversation | Arabic Language What are the Arabic question words? How to use question words in Arabic? Hello everyone, Marhaban, and thank you for watching Edupedia World videos. Lets speak Arabic by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. In this lesson, I will show you, some key question words in Arabic, the major personal pronouns and I will show you an example for a conversation between two people. Lets get started. Falnabda. Some key question words in Arabic. We have, who is Man, Ma-In Man. Where Aina, Ai-Na, Aina. When Mataa, Ma-Taa Mataa. What Maadha, Maa-Dha, Maadha. Why Limaadha, Li-Maa-Dha, Limaadha. How Kaifa, Kai-Fa, Kaifa. How much Bikam, Bi-Kam, Bikam. How many, Kam, Kam. So I will read them all again. Here we have Man, Aina, Mataa, Maadha, Limaadha, Kaifa, Bikam and Kam. So these are some question words in Arabic. Now lets learn more about personal pronouns. Well, the personal pronouns in Arabic are more specific than the personal pronouns in any other language. The personal pronoun describes one thing, two things and this is doesnt exist in English and they describe three or more things. So you will find in Arabic singular, dual, plural, masculine and feminine pronouns. And each personal pronoun creates an “is”, “are” sentence. Example to say he is a boy in Arabic it is Huwa Walad. He by itself means Huwa and “he is” still Huwa. He is a boy Huwa Walad. Another example she is a girl she means Hiya. “She is” still Hiya. So the translation for she is a girl Hiya Bint. I am a girl, I mean Ana, “I am” Ana. So I am a girl means in Arabic Ana Bint. So, now lets check out the personal pronouns and how to say them in Arabic. I Ana, A-Na, Ana. He Huwa, Hu-Wa, Huwa. She Hiya, Hi-Ya. We Nahnu, Nah-Nu. So here we have Ana, Huwa, Hiya, Nahnu. More pronouns you masculine Anta, An-Ta, Anta. You feminine An-ti, Anti. You dual masculine or feminine which means if you have two males or two females or one male and one female you will say Antuma, An-Tu-Ma, Antuma. You plural masculine Antum, An-Tum, Antum. You plural feminine Antunna, An-Tu-Na, Antunna. So the pronounce here we have Anta, Anti, Antuma, Antum, Antunna. More personal pronoun: They, they in the dual form masculine or feminine two males two females or one male one female you can use Humaa, Hu-Maa, Humaa. They plural masculine Hum, Hum. They plural feminine Hunna, Hun-Na. So again they are Huma, Hum and Hunna. So now you have got an idea about the personal pronouns now I will show you an example for a conversation between two people Samy and Sarah. In this conversation, I try to cover all or what we have learned so far. So the conversation is: Samy: Assalamualaikum Sarah: Wa alaikum Assalaam Samy: Kaifa Haaluki? Sarah: Bekhair, Shukran, Wa Anta? Samy: Alhamdulillah. Sarah: Min Ayna Anta? Samy: Ana min Canada. Wa Anti? Sarah: Ana Suriya Samy: Masmuki? Sarah: Ismi Sarah. Masmuka? Samy: Ana Samy. Sarah: Ma Mehnatuka. Samy: Ana Momarridh fil Mashfal Canadi, Wa anty? Sarah: Ana Mutarjimah minal Lughal Arabiya ilal Lughal Engilisiya. Sami: Mumtaz. Sarah: Hal ladayka Akht aw Ukht? Samy: La, Ana Waheed, Wa Anti Hal ladayki Akht aw Ukht. Sarah: Na’am, Ladayya Akh, Ismuhu Mahmood, Ya’amalu Tabeeb, wa Ukht Ismuha Haya, Ta’amalu Muhaamiyah. Samy: Fursah Sayeedah. Sarah: Fursah Sayeedah. So, this is, was an example or this was an example for a conversation between two people they met for the first time, and as I mentioned before, I try to cover what we have learned so far. So you can listen to that conversation again and try to translate it into English. And I think that's all for this lesson keep on practicing. Thank you for watching. Shukran Li Mutaba’a Wa Ma’ Assalama. Questions Words: Who Where When What Why How How much How many (00:00-01:49) Personal Pronouns: I, He, She, We You (M), You (F), You (Dual MF), You (Plural M), You (Plural F) They (Dual MF), They (Plural M), They (Plural F). (01:50-05:27) An Example of Conversation between two people in Arabic. (05:28-07:42) Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH for more videos on the Arabic Language. All Rights Reserved.
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Edupedia World (6 months ago)
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The King (6 months ago)
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Edupedia World (6 months ago)
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Edupedia World (6 months ago)
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Modou Mbeye (1 year ago)
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Edupedia World (6 months ago)
Assalamu alaikum! We are very proud to announce the launch of our sister website - https://www.learnarabicfree.com. Our goal is to become the world's best Arabic free learning website in the years to come! We have indexed all these videos, along with the transcript and are currently working on the blog + vocabulary section (audio files). Soon we shall be releasing the intermediate Arabic video lessons as well. Please support our cause in spreading this beautiful language and reaching out to those who want to learn it. A small action like sharing this message with your family and friends will help us greatly to achieve our goal!
Abu Hasan (1 year ago)
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Edupedia World (6 months ago)
Assalamu alaikum! We are very proud to announce the launch of our sister website - https://www.learnarabicfree.com. Our goal is to become the world's best Arabic free learning website in the years to come! We have indexed all these videos, along with the transcript and are currently working on the blog + vocabulary section (audio files). Soon we shall be releasing the intermediate Arabic video lessons as well. Please support our cause in spreading this beautiful language and reaching out to those who want to learn it. A small action like sharing this message with your family and friends will help us greatly to achieve our goal!
Abu Hasan (1 year ago)
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