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Answered on 21/08/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language

Approx how many classes are needed to learn Arabic (Speak & Read) at Basic and Intermediate Levels.

MASUD ASHFAQUE

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Approx 40 classes are necessary to learn Arabic (Speaking & Reading) and every class will be at least of 2 to 3 hours ......
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Answered on 14/08/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language

How to remove my requirement?

Shamsu Shamsu

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no need to remove.. let it be there only..
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Answered on 09/08/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Spanish Language Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/Spanish Language & Literature Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition/Spanish +4 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/Spanish Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language Language/Foreign Language/Chinese Language Language/Foreign Language less

Which one is best for learning Spanish Instituto Cervantes (CP) or Instituto Hispania, Hauz Khas for...

Ravi Raj

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Instituto Cervantes is the best for learning Spanish.
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Lesson Posted on 28/07/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language

How To Make Dutch Nouns Plural A Simple Introduction?

Ankur ratnam tewari

I have taught Dutch and Netherlands to primary and high school students in South Africa. Furthermore,...

There are two main endings in Dutch for formation of plural nouns: (1) en, (2) s Ending on an en. Rule 1: noun+en Tip: Just add en to the nound, example lamp- lampen (lamps), konigin- koniginnen (kings). Note if there is a short consonant sound at the end of the word like konigin, rok, geval then the... read more

There are two main endings in Dutch for formation of plural nouns:

(1) en,

(2) s

Ending on an en.

Rule 1: noun+en

Tip: Just add en to the nound, example lamp- lampen (lamps), konigin- koniginnen (kings).

Note if there is a short consonant sound at the end of the word like konigin, rok, geval then the consonant is doubled up before adding the suffix en. So rok becomes rokken, konigin becomes konniginnen, and geval becomes gevallen. Similarly is there is a long consonant then it should be shortened by deleting the vowel and adding en, example, peer- peren (pears), gevaar- gevaren (dangers).

Rule 2 for en endings: If the word ends on f then it changes to v before suffixing en and if it ends on s then it changes to z.

Example: Neus- neuzen (noses), brief- brieven (letters). The exception to this rule are tovenaar (wizard), and certain nouns ending on an o, u, a such as auto (car), menu (menu), programma (programme)- all these take the apostrophe s not en. So auto become auto's, menu becomes menu's.

Rule 3: For en endings these are the list of irregular nouns that take eren or en:

  • Kind: Kinderen,

  • Kalf: Kalveren,

  • Ei: Eiren,

  • Gemoed: Gemoederen,

  • Goed: Goederen,

  • Volk: Volkeren,

  • Been: Beenderen,

  • Dag: Dagen,

  • Dak: Daken,

  • Dal: Dalen,

  • God: Goden,

  • Schot: Schoten.

Now we focus on s endings:

There are certain instances of nouns when we should add s:

1. Nouns ending on a single vowel,

2. Unstressed vowel combo such as el, em, en, er, erd, aar, aard, and um.

3. Stressed endings for vowels on eur or foon.

4. Persons title ending in oor, ier.

5. Foreign words.

6. Names of letters and acronyms, nouns that end in a single vowel should take the apostrophe s like ski- ski's, oma- oma's. radio-radio's.

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Answered on 11/06/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language

What is the minimum amount to learn Arabic?

Saqib Tufail

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My fee is 1000 per month
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Lesson Posted on 31/05/2017 .Net Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language

Learn Arabic Easily

Gn R.

I am guiding students housewives and communication skills and career guidance and also positive thinking and attitude.

Good Morning - Sabah alKhair. How are you? - Keif halak? Well, thank you - Balkhair,sukran. How is it? - Keif Huwa? Very very beautiful - Jameelun Jiddhan. Who is he? - Mun huwa? He is my friend - Sadeeqee. Is he Indian? - Hul huwa Hindi? Yes, naam - No la. Peace be upon you - Salaam aleh kum. You are... read more
  • Good Morning - Sabah alKhair.
  • How are you? - Keif halak?
  • Well, thank you - Balkhair,sukran.
  • How is it? - Keif Huwa?
  • Very very beautiful - Jameelun Jiddhan.
  • Who is he? - Mun huwa?
  • He is my friend - Sadeeqee.
  • Is he Indian? - Hul huwa Hindi?
  • Yes, naam - No la.
  • Peace be upon you - Salaam aleh kum.
  • You are welcome - Ahlan wa sahlan.

Arabic is a beautiful language. Learn and you can be at home if you are in the Middle East. You can mix up with Egyptians, Palestinians, Jordanians, Sudanese, Kuwaitis, Saudi Arabs. Each place has its own dialect. But not with much difference. You can contact me through UrbanPro.

 

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Answered on 09/02/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language

How long it takes to learn (reading, writing & speaking) Arabic language?

Abdul Gaffar

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Hi, Sreenesh , It depends on your hard work. Passion will make you master in Arabic in few days and laziness will take to ages. I have one student in Sandhurst road, she's doing so fine that within 20 lectures, she started chatting in Arabic. Not to perfection but got confidence to talk with Arab peo...
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Answered on 23/12/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language Language/Hindi Language Language/Hindi Language/Grammer and Vocabulary improvement +1 Language/Foreign Language/French Language less

Will learning French drain my interest in other languages such as English, Telugu, Hindi, Arabic?

Bhupinder

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Be careful, you may loose interest in a language or you may get confused if you try to learn 2-3 languages simultaneously. So I would suggest you to learn a single language at a time and concentrate on it. Don't try to mix up French with other languages. Good Luck.
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Lesson Posted on 01/12/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language

Arabic Countings 1 TO 10

Syed Basha

17 Years Foreign assignments ( Saudi Arabia & Dubai ) as Department Manager, Supervisor, Trainer, Tutor. 13...

Arabic - English WAHID - ONE ETHNEIN - TWO THALATHA - THREE ARBA'A - FOUR KHAMSA - FIVE SITHA - SIX SABA - SEVEN THAMANIYA- EIGHT THISAA - NINE ASHRA - TEN read more

 

Arabic - English

  • WAHID       -     ONE
  • ETHNEIN    -     TWO
  • THALATHA -     THREE
  • ARBA'A      -      FOUR
  • KHAMSA     -     FIVE
  • SITHA        -     SIX
  • SABA         -     SEVEN
  • THAMANIYA-   EIGHT
  • THISAA     -     NINE
  • ASHRA       -    TEN
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Lesson Posted on 01/12/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Arabic Language

Dedication

Hassan Khan

Arabic language is one of my favorites. I studied in Arabic medium upto Graduation. Having experience...

Dedication is the key to success. When you start learning any foreign language you may face some difficulties but we continue with dedication.
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