How To: Say "you're welcome" in Arabic

Basic courtesy is important no matter where you go, so if you are off to an Arabic speaking country, this lesson is essential. A little Arabic can go a long way. The second episode in the Survival Phrases series will teach you how to say and understand "You're Welcome" in Arabic. Follow along with the language lessons in these videos and you'll be speaking Arabic in no time.

How To: Use Al-mad in the Arabic language

This lesson is part of a series of video language classes which will build a solid foundation for learning how to speak Arabic. The instructor in these instructional videos is a native Arabic speaker who started making his own teaching tutorials in an effort to demonstrate clearly how the language is really spoken back in his home in the Middle East. In this video segment, the instructor will focus on Al-mad in the Arabic language.

How To: Learn the Arabic letters ra, zay, seen and sheen

This lesson is part of a series of video language classes which will build a solid foundation for learning how to speak Arabic. The instructor in these instructional videos is a native Arabic speaker who started making his own teaching tutorials in an effort to demonstrate clearly how the language is really spoken back in his home in the Middle East. In this video segment, the instructor will teach the letters ra, zay, seen, and sheen in Arabic.

How To: Pronounce the Arabic alphabet

Want to learn Arabic Alphabet? This video will help you learn how to pronounce the Arabic letters easily. The video will show you the Arabic letter along with its English transliteration along with the pronunciation of the letter by a native speaker. After the pronunciation of each letter you'll be given some time to try imitating the native speaker and memorize the shape of the letter.

How To: Learn the Arabic letters lam, meem and noon

This lesson is part of a series of video language classes which will build a solid foundation for learning how to speak Arabic. The instructor in these instructional videos is a native Arabic speaker who started making his own teaching tutorials in an effort to demonstrate clearly how the language is really spoken back in his home in the Middle East. In this video segment, the instructor will focus on three letters of the Arabic alphabet.

How To: Pronounce "Tha'a" "Zay" "the-al" & "'6a'a" in Arabic

In this tutorial, we learn how to pronounce "Tha'a" "Zay" "the-al" & "'6a'a" in Arabic. Start by taking a look at the families of letters that have similar pronunciations. From here, you will want to practice saying each of the different letters out loud and then start to use them in sentences. After you do this, take a look at four main pronunciations, the "tha'a", "zay", "the-al" and "6a'a". These will sound different depending on the words that they are used in. Make sure to get the accent...

How To: Learn the Arabic letter dal the-al)

This lesson is part of a series of video language classes which will build a solid foundation for learning how to speak Arabic. The instructor in these instructional videos is a native Arabic speaker who started making his own teaching tutorials in an effort to demonstrate clearly how the language is really spoken back in his home in the Middle East. In this video segment, the instructor will focus on the Arabic letter dal the-al.

How To: Use accent marks in the Arabic language

This lesson is part of a series of video language classes which will build a solid foundation for learning how to speak Arabic. The instructor in these instructional videos is a native Arabic speaker who started making his own teaching tutorials in an effort to demonstrate clearly how the language is really spoken back in his home in the Middle East. In this video segment, the instructor will focus on accent marks in the Arabic alphabet.

How To: Learn the Arabic letters ain and 'ain

This lesson is part of a series of video language classes which will build a solid foundation for learning how to speak Arabic. The instructor in these instructional videos is a native Arabic speaker who started making his own teaching tutorials in an effort to demonstrate clearly how the language is really spoken back in his home in the Middle East. In this video segment, the instructor will focus on the Arabic letters ain and 'ain.

How To: Use at-tanween correctly in the Arabic language

This lesson is part of a series of video language classes which will build a solid foundation for learning how to speak Arabic. The instructor in these instructional videos is a native Arabic speaker who started making his own teaching tutorials in an effort to demonstrate clearly how the language is really spoken back in his home in the Middle East. In this video segment, the instructor will focus on at-tanween.

How To: Say thank you in Arabic

Basic courtesy is important no matter where you go, so if you are off to an Arabic speaking country, this lesson is essential. A little Arabic can go a long way. The first episode in the Survival Phrases video series will teach you how to say "Thank you" in Arabic, with focus on Moroccan dialect. Follow along with the language lessons in these videos and you'll be speaking Arabic in no time.

How To: Learn the accent marks in the Arabic language

This lesson is part of a series of video language classes which will build a solid foundation for learning how to speak Arabic. The instructor in these instructional videos is a native Arabic speaker who started making his own teaching tutorials in an effort to demonstrate clearly how the language is really spoken back in his home in the Middle East. In this video segment, the instructor will focus on accent marks in Arabic.

How To: Pronunce "Ta'a" & "6a'a" in Arabic

In this tutorial, we learn how to pronounce "Ta'a" & "6a'a" in Arabic. First, become familiar with the families of letters by their pronunciations. It will be helpful to hear the audio of how these sound so you can match the letter with the sound. As you learn the "ta" and "a" sounds, you will see how they change in different words, so they aren't always the same. The pronunciation will sound more heavy in some words and lighter in others. Once you have learned these, you will be ready to lea...

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