Learn Arabic for beginners-1

How To Say Hello in Arabic

Lesson content:

  • New words
  • Grammars
  • practice

New Words

Arabic                        Pronunciation                            Meaning                   

مرحبا                                 Mar7aba                                            Hello    

اسمي                                  Ismy                                             My name is  

ما اسمك؟                             Ma Ismak/ek?                                 What’s your name?

انا بخير                               I’m good                                            Ana bekheir

تشرفنا                                 Nice to meet you.                             Tsharafna

نعم                                     Yes                                                      Na3am

لا                                       No                                                       La

شكرا                                  Thank you                                         Shokran

كيف حالك؟                          How are you?                                  Keyf 7allak/ik? (m/f)

عفوا                                  You’re welcome                                3afwan


  • The Arabic alphabet consists of 28 letters representing consonants.
  • In addition there are three vowel signs which are used in writing both short and long vowels.
  • Moreover, there are various other orthographic signs that are explained in the following chapters.
  • The 28 letters are written from right to left.
  • Most of the letters are written in slightly different forms depending on their location in the word: initially, medially,
  • There are no capital letters.

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Arabic Alphabets and transliteration


1. Alif                    a as in Dad                     أ

2. Baa’                  b as in bake                  ب

3. Taa’                  t as in take                   ت

4. Thiaa               th  as in thin               ث

5. Jiim                j  as in joke                   ج

6. H’aa’       deeper in the throat           ح

7. X’aa                    as in Loch                   خ

8. Daal              d as in day                        د

9. Thaal            th  as in There                  ذ

10.Raa’             r as in Room                     ر

11.Zaay             z  as in zeal                        ز

12.Siin              s as in sake                       س

13.Shiin           sh as in shake                  ش

14.Saad            s as in Some                    ص

15.Daad          no English equivalent     ض

16.Taa’            no English equivalent     ط

17.Th: aa’        no English equivalent     ظ

18.‘Ayn            no English equivalent    ع

19.Ghayn      no English equivalent      غ

20.Fa’a             as in floor                        ف

21.Qaaf            g as in Going                   ق

22.Kaaf            k as in kind                     ك

23.Laam          l as in Long                     ل

24.Miim          m as in make                  م

25.Noun          n as in none                   ن

26.Haa’            h as in Honey                هـ

27.Waaw         w as in way                    و

28.Yaa ’            y as in yell                     ي



A-Can you say in Arabic ?

Hello , My Name is …….
I am good
How are you

B-Can you pronounce these Alphabets ?

ع- ث- -ا – س – ى – ر- ج- ظ- ش  – غ- خ 

ِYou will find answer in next Lesson 

Tuhfat Al Atfal Matn part 11


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