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enero (yanayir) يناير febrero (fibrayir) فبراير marzo (maris) مسيرة abril (abril) أبريل mayo (mayu) مايو junio (yuniyu) يونيو julio (yuliyu) يوليه agosto (agustus) أغسطس septiembre (sibtambir) سبتمبر octubre (uktubar) أكتوبر noviembre (nufambir) نوفمبر diciembre (disambir) ديسمبر

enero (yanayir) يناير febrero (fibrayir) فبراير marzo (maris) مسيرة abril (abril) أبريل mayo (mayu) مايو junio (yuniyu) يونيو julio (yuliyu) يوليه agosto (agustus) أغسطس septiembre (sibtambir) سبتمبر octubre (uktubar) أكتوبر noviembre (nufambir) نوفمبر diciembre (disambir) ديسمبر

Arabic For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Keep this Cheat Sheet handy as you're learning Arabic for a quick reference on greetings, common questions, numbers, and more.

The Arabic word for "life" [Hayaa] is very useful. So is the word for "my life" [Hayaatii]. The trick to say that something is mine is to add [ii] in the end of the word. If the word is feminine, like "life" is in Arabic, instead add [tii] in the end. To be romantic and say "You are my life", just put the Arabic word for "you" before - [anti] for a woman and [anta] for a man.

The arabic nominal sentences where the predicate is a single word 'You are my life.' described and analyzed. An Arabic nominal sentence consists of two parts: a subject and a predicate. The predicate describes the subject. The subject is a noun that is definite. In this type of nominal sentence, the predicate is a indefinite noun, and the subject often comes before the predicate. The sentence does not need any verb in Arabic since the verb (is) is implied in this type of sentence.

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Learning Arabic MSA (Fabienne)  The arabic sentence 'Because no one is like you.' described and analyzed. We show you information about each of the words, including declensions and/or conjugations, part of speech and a link to learn more about the particular word.

The arabic complete sentence 'Because no one is like you.' described and analyzed. A complete sentence. The sentence contains a verb, but there are also complete Arabic sentences without any verb.