Results for: Arabics

In History of the Middle East

Who are the Arabs?

Arabs are an Semitic people, Arabs are the people who came from Yemen and lived around Arabian peninsula and Levant also Maghreb and egypt......there are three different of Ar (MORE)
In History of the Middle East

What is an Arab?

An Arab is anyone from an Arab (Middle Eastern) country or has any Middle Eastern blood in them. Egyptians, Palestinians, Iraqis, Saudi Arabians, Kuwaitis, and many more. An e (MORE)
In Languages and Cultures

What is Arabic?

Arabic is a language spoken by middle east people and north Africa al of north Africa like morocco, Algeria , libiya, Tunisia, Egypt ........... middle east: Saudi Arabia, K (MORE)
In History of the Middle East

Who is Arabs?

Arabs in ethinicity are those from Saudia Arabia and the Gulf countries.They can be defined as those that spoke Arabic before Islam. The term ARAB is often confused with coun (MORE)
In Arabic Language and Culture

What was the Arabic?

Arabic is the common language for Muslims all around the world. It was the official language of their Prophet Muhammad. Many other people speak it to all in the Middle East an (MORE)
In English to Arabic

How do you say I speak Arabic in Arabic?

I speak Arabic = Ana Bahkee a'arabee that answer is libenese dialect. we say I speak Arabic in Academic Arabic like this: ana atakalem al arabiya.
In English to Arabic

You are from in Arabic?

"You are from" in Arabic is "أنت من" ("'nt mn"; or "'anta min" (to a man) [pronounced "an-tah meen"] or "'anti min" (to a woman) [pronounced "an-tee meen"]).
In English to Arabic

How do you say you can speak Arabic in Arabic?

I am not sure what you are asking for. If you want the sentence: "You can speak Arabic." it would be: Yomkenok an tatakallam al-3arabiyya (يمكنك أن Ø (MORE)
In English to Arabic

Arabic How are you?

translation: كيف حالك in English you say kaif halak .
In History of the Middle East

How many Arabs in the Arab World?

There are about three hundred million Arabs in the World. Arab Muslims make up about 20% of the world Muslim population. (see related link)
In English to Arabic

What is a in Arabic?

un, an or in after the subject (depending on the tense) example : This is a tree : Haathihi shajaratun. I saw a tree : Ra-aytu shajaratan. ...(from / to / about...) a tree : (MORE)
In English to Arabic

What am i to you in Arabic?

مذا امثّل بالنسبة اليك ؟ maatha uma th ilu binnisbati ilayka (adressing a man) maatha uma th ilu binnisbati ilayki (MORE)
In English to Arabic

How do you write Arabic in Arabic?

arabi العربية its pronounced in English : ALARABEYA I linked a good Arabian website below.
In Numbers

Can you in Arabic?

hello I'm sabah if you went to say can you in Arabic you say; hel tastatih and we write it like this ; هل تستطيع ex can you help me in arabe ; hel tast (MORE)
In History of the Middle East

Are Arabs Arabs or Arabian?

As concerns Humans, Arabian is typically used to denote a Bedouinfrom the Arabian Peninsula or the 18th and 19th Century Europeanperspective of Arab Civilization (i.e. the Ori (MORE)
In English to Arabic

What is Arabic for how is that said in Arabic?

You may want to consult another source as well, because I've only been speaking Arabic for a few months. But I say it, "Shu yani (word to translate) bi arabi?" *keef haek (MORE)
In Arabic Language and Culture

What is Arabic about?

Arabic is the first language of 22 + countries known as the Arab countries. they are basically some in the middle east, gulf countries and west africa. Also it is the langua (MORE)
In English to Arabic

How do you we will in Arabic?

well if you mean (how to say we will in Arabic) then it is: nahnu sowfa نحن سوف
In Arabic Language and Culture

How do say you speak Arabic in Arabic?

To tell someone "you speak Arabic": تتكلم العربية = tatakallam al-arabiyah. To tell someone "I speak Arabic": اتكلم (MORE)
In History of the Middle East

How do you say Proud to be an Arab in Arabic?

Translation: Sharaftu le'akun 3arabiyan (شرفت لأكون عربيا) (I am proud to be an Arab.)
In Chad

Is chadian Arabic not pure Arabic?

Yes. Chadian Arabic is not pure Arabic. It has a number of influences from Bantu-Khoisan Languages (which were indigenous to Chad prior to the arrival of Islam) and from Frenc (MORE)
In Arabic Language and Culture

Is it Arab culture or Arabic culture?

It depends on what you mean. Arab culture refers to the culture of Arab people. This is much more common. Arabic culture refers to linguistic culture and development of (MORE)