Arabic Lessons For Beginners | Basic Spoken Arabic Conversation



hi guys Susan was speaking and today I will teach you how to say busy in Arabic naxi yellow now say busy I say mesh wool mesh wool and this is for a man now make sure you pronounce the rain correctly rain is a throat letter in Arabic so mesh wool mesh wool and for a woman I say mush wooly mush wooly so what I did here I just added the ending air so mush rule mush wooly so the endings in Arabic refers to a feminine gender the mom okay now let's have an example I am busy tomorrow ana mushroom bakra Ana mush wool Buckra Ana I mush wool busy bakra tomorrow and this is for a man now for women I say an Amul a Bhakra anna-molly bucura now again I emission that our videos we don't have the verb to be in Arabic so um is our we don't have them so throw them from the window so what actually I'm sitting here I busy tomorrow the mom I hope guys you enjoyed this video and make sure to subscribe because from now on every Friday we will choose one winner and we will give him or her full access to our online training program the not so arabic method and you don't want to miss that so subscribe and I will see you

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