How do you say i am learning to speak Arabic?
hi I'm sabah you say it like this ; ana ata alam el khalam bil Arabia انا اتعلم الكلام با العربية it's easy no by by
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.
To tell someone "you speak Arabic": تتكلم العربية = tatakallam al-arabiyah. To tell someone "I speak Arabic": اتكلم العربية = atakallam al-arabiyah.
Truthfully I think Arabic is better because it is always fun to speak a different language. Plus, I am Lebanese so I'm learning how to speak Arabic and it's fun and exciting. Hope that helps!
I am learning to speak German = Ich lerne Deutsch.
In Egypt people speak Arabic so you would say it in Arabic.
I am learning to speak marathi
Translation: Ata3allam (أتعلّم)
Palestinians speak Palestinian Arabic. The Palestinian Arabic word for thank you is "Shukran", just as it is in Proper 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 تتكلم العربية) If you want the sentence: "I can speak Arabic." it would be: Yomkenoni an atakallam al-3arabiyya (يمكنني أن أتكلم العربية)
Ma baaref ehke Arabi
ana atkallam engleezee
You would start by learning Arabic as that is what they speak in Egypt. Although if it is Ancient Egyptian you want I expect it would mean a lengthy course at a good University.
Speak : in formal language --> takallam or ta7addath in non-formal language which is easier --> ehki ( in Arabic ) and it is written this way : تكلّم , تحدّث , احكي
UAE is an Arabic country and people there speak Arabic so Hello = Marhaba ( in Arabic ) and it is written this way : مرحبا
They speak Arabic now; the Egyptian language died out. "As Salaam alakum" is "hello" in Arabic.
Translation: Momken an tatakallam al-3arabiyya? (ممكن أن تتكلم العربية؟)
well you need to learn arabic don't you, silly silly child.
I am learning how to speak Persian: man daram Farsi harf zadanho yad meegeeram
kalil, WA laken ad'arasoo
Egyptians today speak Egyptian Arabic. Thank You in Egyptian Arabic (like most other dialects of Arabic) is Shukran.
One method of learning is by listening to others speaking the accent. See the related link for a video to help you.
i liek you amer dar go go go had fom AAAA Hello, Well, this is a tricky question because an abundance of people in Africa speak Arabic. It depends on what part of Africa. Are you asking on a general basis. Because in North Africa as you know Egyptian speaks their own varaity of Arabic. In West Africa, Nigerian's speak a variety of Arabic. I am learning Egyptian Arabic, for my own personal reasons and… Read More
its writin from right to left. &&" that's what people who speak Arabic say about English:P
you could listen to egyptian arabic people for a while, then get used to it and learn what they say!
Arabic is spelled "arabe" in French, the same way the people are called. 'les arabes parlent arabe' = Arabs speak arabic.
By learning to speak english.
Egyptians speak Arabic, so in Arabic you would say: Sabaah al-khayr lekolkom (صباح الخير لكلكم).
Most Jordanians speak Arabic, so they would say "bent" (بنت).
modern egyptians speak arabic....... شكرت أنت
Ana ma batkalam arabi
"I am learning to speak Polish" in Polish is "UczÄ™ siÄ™ mÃ³wiÄ‡ po polsku".
If you say help me = Saa3edni ساعدني or Enqedhni انقذني How can I speak and say this word ساعد -- Saa3ada
"j'apprends à parler (et à comprendre)" The second part does not sound natural in English or French because it is superfluous, as learning to speak includes learning to understand.
If you are learning Arabic it might be slightly hard unless you grew up with somebody in your family speaking Arabic. However, Arabic is a very nice language especially if your singing. Arabic is a language you will probably want to learn. Please clarify: to speak, to listen to, to learn, to write, to explain, to teach, to translate.
It will depend on what dialect you're speaking: Iraqi: "ma arif arabee" Literally: "I don't know Arabic." Syrian: "ma barif ahki arabee" Literally: "I don't know how to speak Arabic." Modern Standard Arabic: "laysa arif ahchee arabee": this is completely wrong: 1-there is no modren Arabic or old Arabic. 2- Laa itahadathol arabiyah. and not as it is written in the example. Literally: "I don't speak Arabic." Egyptian: "Ma bit Kalimish Arabee"or Ma'arafshi arabi. IN… Read More
Estoy aprendiendo a hablar español
There are no such languages as "Israeli" and "Palestinian". Israelis speak Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, and English. Palestinians primarily speak Arabic. Hebrew: Shalom (שלום) Arabic: Salaam (سلام) Russian: Mir (Мир) English: Peace
im Arabian i can help say ina itakalam im Arabian i can help say ina itakalam
Arabic countries speak Arabic. like turkey azerbeijan turkmenistan they don't speak Arabic and their Muslims (: I don't know excatly the percentage.
No. Most Kurds speak Kurdish, but only Iraqi and Syrian Kurds may speak Arabic (many, especially in the countryside do not speak Arabic). Kurds in Turkey, Iran, Azerbaijan, and Israel all do not speak Arabic.
We speak Hebrew, but some of us speak Arabic, as well.
I speak Arabic but most of the time i use 'baby' they'll understand but for a child or infant you could say 'jahil' :) Hope I helped :)
There is no such language as Iraqi. People in Iraq speak Arabic or Kurdish. In Iraqi Arabic, "I love you" is Ana Bahebek (أنا بحبك)
if you are talking to a male you say: anta betkalam ingleasy? if your are talking to a female you say: anty betkalami ingleasy? :)
Most Muslims in Australia speak English as either a first or second language.
Moroccans speak a dialect of Arabic, so Thank You is Shukran (شكراً).
The verb/noun is kelaam (كلام). You will need to conjugate it for general usage.