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Descrip. 2 (Descriptions 2) is the 6th skill in the Arabic language course. It has 5 lessons.

Grammar NotesEdit

In lesson 1 you learn some simple words in Arabic which are all masculine words.

In lesson 2 you learn:

  • ل = l (isolated form)
  • ـلـ = l (middle form)
  • ـل = l (final form)

In lesson 3 you learn ل can also be represent as لا. This is because ـلـ is considered difficult to read.[1] It has the following forms:

  • ﻻ = l (isolated/initial form)
  • ﻼ = l (middle/final form)

In lesson 4 you learn:

  • ن = n (isolated form)
  • نـ = n (initial form)
  • ـنـ = n (middle form)
  • ـن = n (final form)

In lesson 5 you learn some more male names and some adjectives.

LessonsEdit

Lesson 1 Edit

  • سام = Sam (male name)
  • زَيد = Zayd (male name)
  • دُوو = Duo (name of the Duolingo mascot)
  • دُكتور = doctor (masculine)
  • سَعيد = happy (masculine)
  • مُمتِع = fun (masculine)
  • مُتَرجِم = translator (masculine)

Lesson 2 Edit

  • بَلَد = balad
  • جَمَل = jamal
  • لَ = la
  • ليبيا = liibyaa
  • لُبّ = lubb
  • سَلَع = sala3
  • ويل = wiil

Lesson 3 Edit

  • لاد = laad
  • بِلا = bilaa
  • لا = laa
  • سَلام = salaam
  • كِلاب = kilaab
  • بِلال = bilaal
  • كَلاع = kalaa3

Lesson 4 Edit

  • نَ = na
  • بَند = band
  • نَبي = nabii
  • لَعن = la3n
  • نون = nuun
  • تَنّو = tannuu
  • جُبن = jubn

Lesson 5 Edit

  • عَرَبِيّ = Arab (masculine)
  • جَيِّد = good (masculine)
  • سَريع = fast (masculine)
  • ذَكِيّ = smart (masculine)
  • تامِر = Tamer (male name)
  • عُمَر = Omar (male name)
  • دَوود = David (male name)

ReferencesEdit

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_alphabet#Letter_forms
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