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"First Steps in Arabic for Beginners" Now Speak Arabic

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Intro

      1:17

    • 2.

      Lesson 2 the pronouns

      5:20

    • 3.

      Lesson 3 how are you

      8:46

    • 4.

      Practice the section with me

      1:34

    • 5.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      6:45

    • 6.

      Section 2 lesson 1 what's your name?

      8:01

    • 7.

      Lesson 2 nice to meet you

      8:57

    • 8.

      practice the section with me

      2:58

    • 9.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      4:31

    • 10.

      Section 3 lesson 1 sorry

      8:51

    • 11.

      Lesson 2 please

      4:23

    • 12.

      Lesson 3 how are you doing?

      3:36

    • 13.

      Practice a conversation with me

      1:44

    • 14.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      4:31

    • 15.

      Section 4 lesson 1 good afternoon good evening

      9:30

    • 16.

      Lesson 2 good night

      4:35

    • 17.

      Lesson 3 I speak Arabic

      8:00

    • 18.

      Lesson 4 practice with me

      2:06

    • 19.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      4:31

    • 20.

      Section 5 lesson 1 do you speak English?

      10:09

    • 21.

      Lesson 2 I'm speaking with you

      7:24

    • 22.

      Let's have a conversation

      2:02

    • 23.

      Section 6 lesson 1 where are you from?

      15:10

    • 24.

      Lesson 2 some arabic countries you might need in the conversation

      8:57

    • 25.

      Let's have a conversation

      1:50

    • 26.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      2:55

    • 27.

      Countries and nationalities "Vocabulary lesson"

      15:27

    • 28.

      Section 7 lesson 1 I'm leaving now

      10:55

    • 29.

      Lesson 2 ok

      4:57

    • 30.

      Lesson 3 see you later

      7:15

    • 31.

      Let's have a conversation

      2:18

    • 32.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      3:26

    • 33.

      Section 8 lesson 1 numbers part 1

      12:27

    • 34.

      Lesson 2 numbers from 11 to 19

      5:19

    • 35.

      Lesson 3 what's your phone number

      6:30

    • 36.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      3:59

    • 37.

      Section 9 lesson 1 numbers from 20 to 59

      10:28

    • 38.

      Lesson 2 Numbers from 60 to 100

      4:01

    • 39.

      Lesson 3 how much does it cost

      8:23

    • 40.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      2:24

    • 41.

      Section 10 lesson 1 what time is it now

      7:58

    • 42.

      Lesson 2 am and pm

      5:43

    • 43.

      Lesson 3 just a minute please

      3:10

    • 44.

      Let's have a conversation

      3:20

    • 45.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      3:46

    • 46.

      Section 11 lesson 1 it's quarter past 11

      5:57

    • 47.

      Lesson 2 it's half past 2

      4:00

    • 48.

      25 minutes VS 35 minutes

      2:53

    • 49.

      The practicing lesson

      1:22

    • 50.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      3:46

    • 51.

      Section 12 lesson 1 how old are you

      7:49

    • 52.

      Lesson 2 I'm at Marco's place

      3:34

    • 53.

      Lesson 3 the infinitive

      4:25

    • 54.

      The practicing lesson

      2:43

    • 55.

      The Eastern Arabic of this section

      3:46

    • 56.

      Section 13 lesson 1 Because I'm hungry

      6:14

    • 57.

      Lesson 2 I want to eat something

      6:34

    • 58.

      Lesson 3 is there meat

      4:21

    • 59.

      Practice a conversation with me

      1:25

    • 60.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      5:13

    • 61.

      Section 14 lesson 1 I want to have a drink

      7:05

    • 62.

      Lesson 2 I'm really thirsty

      3:06

    • 63.

      Lesson 3 I want to drink only water

      4:12

    • 64.

      Let's have a conversation

      1:10

    • 65.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      1:30

    • 66.

      Section 15 lesson 1 where do you live?

      7:54

    • 67.

      Lesson 2 I live at 12 Mohamed Ali street

      4:33

    • 68.

      Lesson 3 what is your address?

      2:22

    • 69.

      Let's have a conversation

      1:40

    • 70.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      1:30

    • 71.

      Section 16 lesson 1 where are you now?

      6:13

    • 72.

      Lesson 2 places you might need to know in your conversation

      8:26

    • 73.

      Lesson 3 I live in Dubai

      4:15

    • 74.

      The practicing lesson

      2:17

    • 75.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      1:30

    • 76.

      Section 17 lesson 1 the house is close to work

      8:23

    • 77.

      Lesson 2 I'm close to you

      5:49

    • 78.

      The practicing lesson

      1:30

    • 79.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      1:30

    • 80.

      Section 18 lesson 1 I'm far from you

      8:41

    • 81.

      Lesson 2 do you know where he is?

      6:38

    • 82.

      Lesson 3 the conjunctions

      5:02

    • 83.

      The practicing lesson

      1:14

    • 84.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      1:30

    • 85.

      Section 19 Lesson 1 what do you do?

      7:31

    • 86.

      Lesson 2 I want to work as English teacher

      4:26

    • 87.

      Lesson 3 asking for directions

      4:05

    • 88.

      Practicing lesson

      1:20

    • 89.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      1:30

    • 90.

      Section 20 Lesson 1 by the way I'm infront of school right now

      6:07

    • 91.

      Lesson 2 I work as a doctor at Cairo hospital

      4:46

    • 92.

      Lesson 3 jobs you might need in the conversation

      9:41

    • 93.

      Practicing lesson

      1:30

    • 94.

      Section 21 Lesson 1 are you married?

      7:38

    • 95.

      Lesson 2 are you engaged?

      3:50

    • 96.

      Lesson 3 my wife lives there

      4:33

    • 97.

      Practicing lesson

      2:06

    • 98.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      1:30

    • 99.

      Section 22 Lesson 1 she's a widow

      5:20

    • 100.

      Lesson 2 do you have kids

      5:02

    • 101.

      Lesson 3 I have 2 kids

      10:10

    • 102.

      Practicing lesson

      1:19

    • 103.

      Lesson 1 we are Americans

      7:54

    • 104.

      Lesson 2 how are you guys doing?

      7:58

    • 105.

      The practicing lesson

      1:35

    • 106.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      1:30

    • 107.

      Lesson 1 we're hungry

      6:10

    • 108.

      Lesson 2 there are 3 canadian women work with me

      3:28

    • 109.

      Lesson 3 we are far from you

      5:25

    • 110.

      Lesson 4 There're 10 employees at the bank

      5:45

    • 111.

      The eastern Arabic of this section

      1:30

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About This Class

learn the most common dialects in only one course. Egyptian and Easter dialect 

If you want to learn Arabic from scratch and looking for a course that could help you achieve your goals in learning this wonderful language, you are in the right place.

In this course, you're going to learn not only how to have a conversation but to make and form a phrase yourself. You also will learn Grammar, expressions, and vocabulary.

The course is separated into sections, each section has a practicing lesson so you practice your speaking and listening through a conversation 

Each section has a quiz, make sure to take it and share your achievements with others

There are PDF and audio lessons for each section, they are all available for you to download 

We suggest you take our course Daily Arabic Conversation part 1, and Daily Arabic Conversation part 2 with more than 40 hours of video lessons, to practice more conversation in daily life, and you will get audio and PDF lessons besides the video lessons for more explanation.

What will students learn in the course?

Egyptian and eastern Arabic

Franco Arabic

To speak and pronounce Arabic perfectly

To chat, talk with Arabs, and communicate with them

To understand most of the Arabic accents

Who should take this course?

1- people who are doing business with the Arab world.

2- people who Are into diplomatic or cultural relations.

3- people who often travel to the Arab world

4- people who live in an Arab country

5- people who Are planning for a job in an Arab country.

6- people who are related to Islam

7- people who have an interest in Arab culture and affairs

8- people who have Arab family members

9- people whose work involve contacts with Arab immigrant communities

10- people who enjoy the challenge of learning new languages

Meet Your Teacher

Hi everyone, my name's Mohamed, I'm Egyptian and Brazilian. I graduated from college in 2007 and I majored in education and science.

I'm a Chemist, Personal Trainer, and Physiologist, as well as working as a language teacher.

I have been living in Brazil for 10 years, teaching languages, translating, doing a voice-over, besides working as a personal trainer, physiologist, and chemist.

Now I'm the director of Escolaonline Academy, a platform for courses. I have a team of teachers, personal trainers, translators, and voice-over artists.



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1. Intro : Hi everyone, is Muhammad and this our course, the ultimate Arabic. So first of all, I'd like to thank you for placing your confidence and trusting in our course. And I promise you to take us there is a fantastic language on a trip that could help you understand this language and make it a part of your life. In this course, you will learn Arabic language from scratch to advanced and professional levels. You're going to learn modern Arabic, arabic that you can use any daily life. We're going to teach you Egyptian dialect, which is by the way, the most common and used Arabic in the Arab world, saw the video lesson. We'll focus more on Egyptian dialect, but sometimes we'll put additional lesson to teach you Eastern Arabic. And the differences between Egyptian dialect and Eastern Arabic were promised you guys to do our best to teach you everything about the Arabic language. Hope you enjoy the course. Let's get started. 2. Lesson 2 the pronouns: Here's how say the pronoun, you just listen and repeat. Enter into repeat part of top part, n, n, n into n Theta. Notice that there is to pronounce of you in the rubric language, we have mass can you, which means enter into how these are feminine. You listen and repeat. En t, en t, en, t, en t. Yeah, replaced. There are a two. Why? Empty, empty sea again, the mass can you enter into how these are familial? En t, en t. Now say to a man, you are American. N term Reiki. N term Reiki. Yeah, remember there's no verb to be in the present. So there is no, Are you American enter and freaky. Freaky. How B you American addressing a woman? Nt Ambry, K E a N T am 3k year NT. I'm Rokia. Notice that to make a question in Arabic, you didn't need an auxiliary. So you don't need to say, Are you American? You're going to say you American addressing a man, you American addressing a woman. So as a man, are you American? N to M leaky? N term rekey as Coleman. Are you American? Ntn murkier and jam 3k? Yeah. Yeah. Just make it sound like a question. N time leaky, NT America murkier. You remember how to say hello. Pseudomallei com, pseudomallei calm and how to respond. While e-commerce seller Weil es Salaam, say your name. And I'm Hamad and I'm Hamlet. I'm American man says, and I'm really key. And I rekey. And woman says, an America. And America as command, Are you American? N times p, q n to m rekey, ask a woman, are you American? Mtm? Mtm Rokia. Here's out. Say the pronoun, he, just listen and repeat. Whoa. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Say it again. Whoa. Try to make your pronunciation sound like me. Whoa, whoa. So try to say he's American. There's no verb to be. So we're gonna say he, american. Who AM rekey, HOA, and freaky. Who am Reiki? He's out, say the pronoun she, listen and repeat. Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, you try to make your pronunciation sound like me. Hey, hey. Tried to say she's American. Hey, hey, hey, I'm luckier. Tried to ask issue American. Hey, I'm okay. Yeah. Hey, I'm 3k. Yeah. Say again. Hello. Somalia com pseudomallei, calm. Response. Hello. While e-commerce seller. While e-commerce seller say, I'm American, man says an MDP, an MD key woman says an amateur k. And Amharic. Asked him, Are you American? Enter empty queue. Ricky asked her, Are you American? Ntlm 3k? Yeah. He's American. Who AM rekey? How I'm ready queue. She's American. Hey, America. America area. 3. Lesson 3 how are you: He's out, say, How are you? Just listen and repeat. Sar. Sar is, as Zaire. At learning means how you adopted before guys. There is no verb to be how you, he's out, say how, listen and repeat. Is a is a repeat part of the part. Is xa. Xa, xa, xa, which part means you? Yeah, it's Notice that the personal pronouns, it change after verbs, prepositions, and interrogative pronouns. I. You see here, how is an interrogative pronoun? So enter a changes to act as an English. I choose to me. He or she is to her here in Arabic, into a changes to add. So act as a masculine you. So as Ziad means, how, Why are you asking? Imagines it again. Is Zetia is as Ziad. How be asking a woman lesson and repeat as Zake, as Zaire. Which part means a feminine yo-yo. Yeah, It's Eric, by the end of the word, is Zake, a check. So eg means for many new after verbs, prepositions, and the interrogative pronouns. So ask a man, how are you as a rock? As diag, as Coleman, how are you a Zake? As SAIC now tried to ask, how is Muhammad? Listen and repeat. Sam Hamad is a Mohammed. Mohammed. There is no ACK or NAK here because there is a name, okay? So you don't need the pronoun. So when you ask them one house he or how she just remove or egg and what his or her name. I'm fine. Thanks God. Listen and repeat. And at umami humble ILA and umami umbrella. And the ma'am, it handled alone and demand handler. Here's out. Say fine, listen and repeat. Repeat part of the part. The man. The man. To man. The man means fine or okay. Say I'm fine. And at a man and a man, it's okay. There's no it in Arabic. So say okay. Ma'am. I would say are you fine? Are you okay? Entity, ma'am, enter the ma'am, There's no verb to be entertained, man, How it be addressing a woman? Ntt. Ntt man. He's fine. Whoa, whoa. Whoa, what a man. She's fine. Hey man. Hey man. Thanks God. Listen and repeat. At 100 LA L handler. L handle, little l, little l handily LA, L handler. It literally means, thanks be to God. El Ham do littler MOD is that there is number seven, which sounds like Ha, ha for me, throw it. Try to make the sound ha, ha, L handle, L Hamad and say, ooh, okay, say L handle. It's more from a throw it at handler La, Alhambra. See again, thanks be to God. Thanks gut. Alhambra. Alhambra. I am fine. Thanks God. And at the ma'am L handler and at the Imam, at handed Ella. And you listen and repeat winter. When? When? When, when. Which part means and listen and repeat. We, we, we, yeah, It sounds like the pronoun we. In English, we, we and you. We enter. Notice that there are two vowels coming together. So we don't say we enter, we say when to remove the first vowel and put apostrophe, same as IM and I am in English. Winter. Went. So went that means and you referring a man who would be referring to a woman? When t When t went, yeah, NT, which means for me in your eye, starts with a vowel, we ends with a vowel. So remove the first vowel when T, how B, and here, we hope. We hope and she, we pay. We pay. As you see here, WHO and Haha starts with a consonant. So we say, we hope we, haha, how it say an eye. One. One, One. Yeah, and I started with a vowel. We answers another one. Saw, remove the first one. You have to speak like an adult speaker. Say again, a new winter. Winter and new referring to a woman when t, When t. And he. We hope. We hope. And she and I will respond. Yes, I'm fine. Thanks God, listen and repeat. A UA and economic humble ILA. I use an atom M l. Humbly learn, he's out. Say yes, listen and repeat. Ru, ru, ru, ru, ru, ru. Say yes. Iowa. Iowa. Say yes, I'm American. A UA and I'm rekey a UA. And I'm rekey, woman says a UA and I am 3k here, Iowa. And Enrique say, yes, I'm fine. A UA and a CMM. A UA. And at imam see again? Yes, I'm fine. Thank is GOT you. Ornithomimid 100 alone. You were an economic Hamlet law. Say, Muhammad is fine. Mohammed Imam. Muhammad. Respond, Thanks. Got a handler. Handler. Notice that you can only say, thank god, referring the true okay. Alhambra LAP. So when someone asks you, how are you, you can say only L humble ILA, Alhambra loved. That means that you are okay. He's out. Say goodbye, listen and repeat. Salaam. Salaam. It clearly means peace. We can use it as the BY salaam. Salaam. When someone says TEA Salaam, you respond, seller salaam. 4. Practice the section with me: Now let's get to the practicing part. You're going to have a conversation with me. Let's get started. Somalia, home. Respond. In time, leaky, NT Hambrick. Respond. Say a new Iowa and MEK as Ziad, a Zake, respond and say Add New. And at umami ham doula, cells, respond. Now let's invert the conversation. You're going to start and I'm going to reply, say Hello. Salaam, asking me if I'm American. Iowa and Emery key went into Iowa and Emery key, when t respond, ask me, how are you at 100 letter mem winter at humbly, let M M 1 t. Response. No, say goodbye. Salaam. 5. The eastern Arabic of this section: Lesson 1, Arabi shammy, Eastern Arabic. You have to know that there are some differences between the Arabic dialects, which are vocabulary and pronunciation. You can choose whatever accent you prefer to use or is the easiest for you. I prefer the Egyptian because it's the most used and well known accent in the Arab world. So any narrative will understand you and you must know all the different words and pronunciations to be able to understand. When the narrative speaks the differences in pronunciation of this lesson. The Eastern Arabic is called the shammy dialect. Z Arabic used in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Palestine. They speak the pronouns with their legs. More cost to sound like shammy. Laurel just lightly. The lips are relaxed and are about half inch apart. Let's see how to pronounce. Pronounce and shammy. Enter into, into empty in t. In T. Holy, holy, holy, haha. He, he. Letter a is pronounced as E, as in the pronoun. He, which is home. It could be who we, haha, it would be he. So American is an Egyptian dialect. America. America. How being shammy dialect? Am ricky? I'm Ricky. So how she's American? In Shamil dialect? He am Ricky. He am lucky. With mouth, more cost. Do you remember how to say yes, in Egyptian dialect? Yeah. It's Iowa. Iowa. In shammy dialect. It could be ELA, EU, EU. As you see, the mouth is slightly clause where the differences in vocabulary of this lesson. Some words are different and are used in Xiaomi accident. For example, how to say hello, as I've told you guys, we can use Kilimo, Salama alaykum as hello and how to respond to our local Muslim. He uses a way to say hello, used in Eastern Arabic. Merhaba. Merhaba, merhaba lane. As you see here in the word hello, which means merhaba. There's little seven. So we pronounce it from the Throw it. Merhaba, merhaba Lin, Lin, Lin. These words literally means welcome, used as hello or hi in Eastern Arabic. So you can say my hobbies and the person response. Or you can say Ireland and the person respond the same thing. Or the person responds merhaba. Do you remember how to say how an Egyptian dialect? Yeah, it's a XIII. Is Zach in Eastern Arabic? It's Kyiv. Kyiv. Kyiv, Kyiv. So using astronaut Arabic, how Bihar, you, you're going to say this way, How You Remember, you hear a chance to act or so. For a man, it would be Kiefer. Kiefer. Kiefer. Kiefer. How before oh, yeah. Replace up to egg. It would be kyphotic. Kyphotic. Kiva. Kiva, perfect man, graphic referring to a woman. I would say It's okay, fine. Tomorrow. Tomorrow. In shammy dialect, we have two words. It's milli, milli, milli near shore thing you can use common and all the Arabs use. But in the western dialect, you might hear, we're going to hear a lot. Milli, or mania. There's number seven here. So it's half from the throat. Try to make the sound. Ha, Millie, Millie. Mini, mini milli means good or well. So you can use it as the adjective good or the adverb. Well, mini was little. N is more common in Syria. How beautiful abdomen put together a by the end. Mini ha, Millie, How many, how many? Ha, ha, remember to make the word feminine, put a by the end. So I'm fine. How be in the Eastern Arabic man says, and I'm Leah. And I'm Leah. Or, and a mere mania, Meli mini woman says, I'm Emily, ha, ha ha ha. 6. Section 2 lesson 1 what's your name?: Listen to this conversation. Why they consider their autonomy it handled in that i'm I'm with the pandemic handling is making me mad. Winter is mammoth or society. And Michelle murky. When he said, Listen again, said I'm molecule. What they said is they got me a 100 ID that I'm, I'm Windy. Dynamic handling is make a winter is my met. For societal forces are either Mickey and Michelle, milky, murky. Selim, some article, Hey guys, this is Muhammad and this is section 2 of Z ultimate Arabic. Do you remember how to say hello? Somalia. Somalia. And how to respond? Wildly? Mesilla, while e-commerce seller tried say I Anna, Anna tried to say your name. And in my case I'm going to say Anna Muhammad. And I'm Hamlet. There's no verb to be remember. And Muhammad, I, Mohammed. Tried say I'm American. Man says ulna and leaky. And leaky woman says ulna and murkier. And murkier tried to ask me, Are you American? Enter M rekey, n term. Ricky asked her, Are you American? Nt and murkier NT America. Respond? Yes. I'm American, Iowa and I am freaking Iowa and am Reiki, woman says Iowa. And I, murkier. And murkier tried to say his American. Hoa, I'm Ricky. Hello, I'm Ricky. She's American. Hey, year and America. And Medicare year. Now tried to ask, how are you OK. Is OK. How are you referring to a woman? Is Zake is Zake respond? I'm fine. Thank is good. And at Imam and humble ILA and FMN and handler, I am fine. Thank as guards, a new and at the man shall humbly learn winter. And at the ma'am, it handler 20 say he's fine. Whoa, what the man who with them and she's fine. Hey, man. Hey, come on, and I am fine. Juana, Command Y man, the man. Respond. No, I'm not. Okay. Just listen and repeat. An image to man. Learn image to a man. He's out, say No, listen and repeat. Now there's that to sound like a native speaker. When you see no, I am not. You're going to use a contraction, lat. Lat, just to sound like an old speaker and to speak fast. So say lat. Then put the phrase, how say not, listen and repeat. Mesh, mesh, mesh, mesh. Notice that we can use mesh as not daunt doesn't. Now try and say, no, I'm not American. Let him a leaky. And Michelle, I'm wreaking a clearly means no, I'm not American. There is no verb to be. So good to say nine, let american, let em leaky. Let an image America as we see here, the contraction. Now, you can say ELA. When you see only not, but when you say it in a phrase, you're going to use a contraction just to sound like an adversary gray, that was it before. Tried say No, I'm not fine, I'm not. Okay. Let an image to a man and a Mishnah land image to man. Say, now he's not OK. Whoa, I missed a man who I wished her mom say again, no law or lat. Lat not mish mash. Whose auto ask, what's your name? Just listen and repeat. Estimate. Estimate here. Repeat part of the part. S, a, S, MAC. Address, MAC a, as much air. It literally means name, your work, his art. Say what lesson and repeat it. A IRR. Irr. See again what it is. Which part means Nim? Year? It's s some S, M. S means name. How to say your at. At. Yeah, we can also use as a masculine your say your name, referring to a man. Smack, smack. What's your name? S mock IR estimate it. So S means What's your name referring to a man? How would be referring to a woman? Year just to replace act to EKG? It'd be a seismic Smith Ischemic Ischemic air. Respond. My name is listen and repeat. S me. S me. See me as me. So which part means my? Yeah, it's e. E. The sound of e by the end of the word is me, is me as me. So when I say my name is Muhammad, it would be S me. Muhammad. Is me, Muhammad. Try to see your name. S me, then put your name. 7. Lesson 2 nice to meet you: Now let's have some Arabic countries that you may use in your conversation. This Dart was the biggest Arabic country, which is Egypt. He would say Egypt in Arabic. Must, must, must, must, must, must answer. How would say I'm from Egypt? And men, muster and men Missouri. Egypt doesn't need the ergo the muster. How say Egyptian? Yeah, put y by the end or sound of e by the end it would be minus 3. Must read, when you say I'm Egyptian, how man says and mastery. And must be woman says, and months and months or a year put a, by the end, must raise the Missouri. Missouri. Asked me, are you egyptian? And Thomas three, enter, must be asked her, Are you Egyptian? Empty my Australia. Australia say he's Egyptian. Homos three, Whole Woman's three. She's Egyptian. Hey, I must say. He must respond. Yes, I'm Egyptian. Man says a, you were animist, sorry. Are you wanna mostly woman says AUC. Auc. And I'm Australian. Response. Now, I'm not egyptian, I am from Lebanon. Listen and repeat. Law. And I wish my S3 and men lib man, lap and a mishmash, three and a men, lip Nan, He's out, say Lebanon, listen and repeat. Lib man, Lebanon, Libya, Nan, lead man, Lebanon. Lebanon. Say, I'm from Lebanon and I'm in lib man. And men Lebanon and men live man. Now how it be? I am Lebanese, listen and repeat. And olive, nanny lib nanny. Lib nanny. Lib nanny. Yes. Put y by the end of that country, lib man, lip Nan need Lebanon. He saw Lib many as a Muslim form of Lebanese. How bees or feminine form put a by the end of the mask on one. It could be lebanon a lebanon, a LED lebanon, a mass kind of Lebanese lib nanny, feminine Lebanese Lebanon. A, say, I am Lebanese. Anna lib, many. And they live many. Woman says. And Lebanon. And Lebanon. A He's Lebanese. Hola lib nanny, hallway lib Nanny. She's not Lebanese. She's Egyptian. Hey, I'm Mish Lebanon. A. Uh, hey, I'm Australia. Hey, I'm mesh Lebanon a year, he must say Syria, listen and repeat. Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. I'd say Syrian mice can see. It could be somebody saw three SU, three Saudi, Saudi say, I'm Syrian, an S hoodie, and Suri. And as Saudi, How would be CDN, the feminine form? Put a by the end it would be, sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Say she's Syrian. Hey, yeah, Sorry. Hey, year or a year. Not Syrian. He's Lebanese. Homey, Saudi hallway lib nanny WHO a mesh sooty, WHO lived Nang me. See again, Syrian, Saudi, Saudi Arabia, that countries Saudia out, say Palestine. Listen and repeat. For this team. Philistine, Phyllis. Phyllis, teen Philistine. Philistine tried say, I am from Palestine. And I'm in Philistine and I'm in, for this team. How would be Palestinian less than and repeat for this teeny, for this teeny, yeah, add y by the end of Palestine, Philistine at it. Baeza, masculine Palestinian. For this teeny, teeny, how bees or feminine Palestinian. Philistine. Philistine. Philistine a year at a, by the end, for less than a year. Say, I am Palestinian, man says. And now for this teeny, teeny woman says, and for this today and for this today, you remember how to say, where are you from? And laminin N-terminus can vary from referring to a woman in T min in, intimate in, where is he from? Hola minim in Hawaii mean, where is she from? Hae Min in a minivan. Respond I am from us. And I'm in m Rica. And I mean, I'm Anika, I'm American and I'm freaky. Freaky woman says an amateur K here. And I am from England. And the men in the Altera. And I'm an angle theta, I'm English man says. And in Lizzie, Lizzie woman says, an angle is a English. I am from Canada. And I'm in Canada. And I'm in Canada. I'm Canadian. And Kennedy, Kennedy woman says, and can a day and a candidate. I am from Egypt. Amun master, master, master. And I'm in muster. I'm Egyptian. And must three anonymously woman says, and must, must, must stay. Say, I am from Lebanon. And I'm in lib man, nm in lib man. I am Lebanese and ellip nanny nanny woman says and Lippmann a lebanon. A I am from Syria. And I mean, sorry. And I'm in Saudia. I am CDN. And as sori, sori, and surely I am from by this time. And that min Philistine. And I'm philistine, I am Palestinian. Man says, an eye for this teeny. And for this teeny woman says, and for this DNA and RNA for less than a 8. practice the section with me: So now let's practice your listening. I'm going to speak in Arabic and you're going to translate to English. I am going to give you five seconds to respond. And image I'm Ricky and I miss him rekey an image. I'm Ricky. I'm not American. Ethnic. Ethnic el es mir am. What's your name referring to? A woman S mic a. For society. For society, the nice to meal for society The, Let's have a conversation. I'm going to start the conversation and good to respond. Semi local. As AIC is a SAIC, say a new. And at the MME handler, S a, S mic a, and U. S been hammered for psi, the response EGN time leaky, NT and murkier. If you're American, say yes, I am American. If you're not American, say No, I'm not American. Annual. And image MOD key, salon. Respond. So now let's invert the conversation you're going to start and I'm going to respond, let's get started. While e-commerce seller ask about my name. S1 Hamad winter. Some Hamad. When t respond and say Nice to meet you. For Sida. Now, asking me how am I? And a dynamic handling low winter and autonomy, humbled and la Gente respond and ask me, Are you American? Law? And I'm sure I'm leaky winter and freaky when t respond if you're American or not. Now say you Goodbye. 9. The Eastern Arabic of this section: This is lesson four of the differences between shammy dialect and Egyptian dialect. Let's start with the differences in pronunciation of this section. You remember out say I level. Yeah, it's Shuvuuia Dwyer. In shammy dialect. They use more the word Hawaii. Hawaii, hawaii verb to speak, which means at column. A column has another meaning, ends shimmy accent is less than 100 peaked. A key. Key. Key a hockey. Yeah, number 7 is ha, ha, from the Throw it. Try to make the sound. Ha, a hockey arche at learning means to tell. But it's used in the Eastern Arabic as verb to speak. So if you hear someone using this verb, there means verb to speak. It's regular verb in the present, just like the verb a Kelvin. So I speak, I'm misspeaking are the same. So I speak I'm misspeaking. Hi, Becky. Becky. And a Becky, you speak you are speaking to a man. Put bt, the beginning letter a disappears. In Tabitha Jackie. Jackie, Jackie you speak, you are speaking. Different omen, NTB tacky, but tacky. So in Arabi shammy, I would say I speak a little Arabic. Arabic rubbish way and a backyard rubbish way. And a bit rubbish way. In the Egyptian dialect we say. And a Buchla, Amara, Raja and habitat Arabic Surya. Will that in Egyptian dialect we use twice as well or good in shammy. Remember we use milia or mini. How being shammy? I speak Arabic well, and a backyard him li and a backyard to be me, very well, means quasars. Quasars hourly. There's another word means very less than and repeat. Kit here. He tears. Kitties. K, tier 2. Tier 2 tier means very, and it's common in all the Arab world. We use it a lot in Egypt as well, but it's more used or common in the Eastern Arabic then hourly. So how would be very well, very good. Lesson and repeat. Tellingly. Deuterium lead the team leader. Or you can say milli, milli. So it's flexible. You can add it before or after the adverb. Whenever. I say You speak English very well. Man, in the taking Gleevec theorem, Lee be taking Gleevec telomere, referred to omen into attacking Gleevec tellingly, be taking Gleevec theorem layer. You can also say this phrase this way. And it's more common in the westerner with less than and repeat. I'm tech ERM Leah and techie. Probably, um, techie are only I'm Turkey, Armenia and Turkey are on me. Notice that here is a filler, has no meaning. It just to clarify a sentence and the verb afterwards comes in the infinitive. I'm techie. I'm techie. 10. Section 3 lesson 1 sorry: Listen to this conversation. So here is my method. When the first essay, the winter and listen again. If my a is man-made, Wednesday, me learn geography. That first essay, the endeavor via an America winter. And then she said, Salaam high, Everyone's is Muhammad and this is assert section of the ultimate Arabic. This start with remembering some things about the other sections. Do you remember how to say hello? Said I'm Eileen com pseudomallei, calm and how to respond? Wildly. Commerce salon. While e-commerce Selim, say, my name is and 0 name. S me, Muhammad. Muhammad, say I'm American. And I'm rekey. And leaky say I'm not American. And a mesh and rekey and image MET TKI. No, I'm not. American. Law. And image leaky land image I'm leaky. Woman says. And I'm sure I'm okay. Yeah. And I'm I'm luckier. Asked him, Are you American? N primary key N term leaky. Ask her, Are you American? Mtm. Mtm 3k? Yeah. He's American. How many Kea? Hawaii, I'm rekey. She's American. Hey, America year. Hey, I'm 3k year. Respond. Yes, I'm American. I UA and MD key, Iowa and freaky woman says, Iowa and I am 3k year a. Well, and I'm 3k year. Here's another way to say yes, listen and repeat. Ah, ah, ah, is another way to say yes. Say it again. Using our say, yes, I'm American. And I'm rekey. And Enrique. Yes, she's American. Hey, I'm at a k year. Hey, am I now ask, how are you referring to a man? Is a Zodiac. How I'd be referring to a woman, a Zake, a Zelig, respond that you're fine. And at Amman and economic humble ILA are an automatic hunger ruler. And you'll Wen, Wen Ti respond that you're fine and ask, what is your name? And a command S mike. And at Furman estimate in referring to a woman, Ischemic. Ischemic. A. Respond your name. Spm hamlet, S, and hamate say, my name is not Muhammad. Sme mesh muhammad, S me, mesh Mohammed. Respond, nice to meal. For society. The four sides. Respond, nice to me, your tool for society but for society, but I'm happy. Man says, and insight. And SI unit woman says, Ana, psi and assai. Remember is the adjective follows the noun psi different to a man, cyber, referring to omen. Now say thanks. Shocker on shock run. Respond Your welcome. Allow full allow for and more from away. 1.551. He's out. Say, I'm grateful. Listen and repeat. More. Checker. More checkers. Repeat part of the part. Shack care, market share. Yeah, we have three vowels in the word, so we're going to separate it into three syllables. Shut, cared, more checker will check. It means must come grateful. Hobbies or feminine one. Yeah, just put a by the end it would be more check Cara, More chat Kara. So when man says under it for it to be more chat care, more check-in. Woman says more check Cara, More chat Kara. Here's out. Say sorry, less than ng-repeat. Asif. Asif says if SIF Asif as IV, so in man says, sorry, he says Asif. Asif, how would be referred to a woman? Listen and repeat. As far, as far as for. Notice that when it constant comes between two vowels, remove the first vowel just to sound like an editor speaker. So don't say as safer. Say, as far as for men always says, as if Wollman always says as far. So it depends on your Jenner not and the other person who talked to see again, Sorry, man says Asif. Asif woman says, as far as firm, respond, It's nothing. Listen and repeat. My fish hugger. My fish haggard, man, fish Hagar, my fish Hagar. Hagar. If learning means there is no thing, here is, I'll say thing, listen and repeat. Hagar, Hagar, repeat part of the part. Ha, ha, ha daga. Daga. Daga means thing in the positive phrase, but in the negative phrase it means nothing. So you can use it as a thing or nothing. Say again thing or nothing. Hagar. Hagar, there is no, listen and repeat. My fish. Fish, my fish, my fish. How would say there is fie, fie, fie. Notice that there's another form of negation in Arabic we're going to have in the future lessons is man in the beginning of the verb and Shell or SSH, by the end of the verb, we're going to have this negation form in the future lessons. Saw there is means fee, there is no means meh fish tries to say there is an American fee, I'm Ricky fee and rekey fee and murkier. Fee and Micaiah. See again, there is no MFI SHE my fish. It's okay. It's nothing. My fish. Hagar, mathy, SHE hugger. 11. Lesson 2 please: See again, sorry, mass is Asif. Asif woman says, as far as SVA respond x nothing. It's okay. Notice that we can use my fish and the fish as it's nothing. It's okay. Or you're welcome. See again, it's nothing. My fish Hagar. Hagar. He's out. Say, excuse me. Listen and repeat. Lambda hat. Now, Santa hat. Loa loa loa, loa Santa hat. It literally means if you allow his, I would say F. Listen and repeat. Loa, loa, loa, loa, loa. See again F loa loa. How say you allowed listen and repeat. Summer. Summer SAT, math, SAT math, mat. As you see there is number 7. And the word somatic zen means that you're going to use your throw it some, some low, some low, some of that loss. And that means, excuse me, referring to a man, How would be referring to omen, listen and repeat. Laozi. Laozi Almaty. Lousy Almaty. Yeah, put letter Y by the end of the verb. Somatotopy. Somatotopy. Why do we put letter a by the end? It's a feminine right? Now, here is a verb, sama sati, as I've told you, it literally means if you allowed. And we have masculine and feminine new. So we conjugate the verb for the Moscow and the feminine you. So to conjugate the verb for the feminine, you always put y by the end. So it's an adjective or a noun, it's a verb. So remember to put only letter Y by the end or sound of e by the end of the verb to conjugate it for the feminism. So lousy Matt means, excuse me, referring to a man. When you talk to a man, addresses and man when you talk to a man, How it be when you talk to a woman, when you address a woman, it it be Laozi laozi MIT. So it depends with who you talk to or not depends on you because it's a verb and it's not an adjective or a noun would be, please listen and repeat. Men, FADH luck. Min FADH luck. Men, FADH luck. Men fought luck, Min FADH luck, men, fetlock. It literally means from your favor. Here is, I'll say favor, listen and repeat. Fadell. Fadell. Far do. Okay, We're going to make a stop on letter L, fertile, father like that. Fabula, your favor. Fadh luck. Just put act by the end. Fadh luck, your favor. Referring to a man, Fab luck, FabLab, how to say from men, men, men, men from your favor. Or please address a man. Men, FADH, luck, men, fog luck. How it be at resentment? Yeah, replace at two egg men, fog lake men, fog link. So please referring to a man, Min fab luck, men FADH luck plays, referring to a woman. Men FADH lick, lick. 12. Lesson 3 how are you doing?: See again, excuse me. Now Santa hat, low somatic, referring to omen. When you talk to a woman, you say Laozi. Laozi Almaty. How are you? As a OK? Ok. How are you referring to a woman? Is Zake a Zake? Here's out. Say how you doing. Listen and repeat. Allele. Egn timely into aniline. I'm in a, It'll only means what you done. We use it as How you doing an informal way to ask someone, how is he or she? Hi, I'm in a hiss out, say done, listen and repeat. A handle. And repeat part of the part. Male. Male, male, male, as you see, there is number 3 here. Use your throw it and male, AML. Aml means W1. W1 is the past participle verb to do, right? We can consider the past participle of the verb as a noun, as in married, for example, it's a noun, it's past participle, but it's considered as a noun. And to make a noun feminine, we put a by the end, so I am Mel and Mill means must come done. How does a feminine burn put a by the end or at a by the end it will be. Don't say I'm Miller, say omelet, just to sound like a native speaker, as I told you, when a constant come between two vowels, we move the first vowel. So I'm LA means feminine done, I am ill means masculine, done. So ask again, how you doing or as we say, you done, what? Enter a Enter I'm ill a asked her How you doing. N T. A a ask how is he doing? Whoa. Whoa, whoa. I'm in Hawaii. Ask how she doing. Hey, I'm a I'm a so you change. I'm in Rambler, depends on the gender of the person who you ask about. Now try to ask how is Muhammad. Muhammad. Muhammad Mill tried to ask, how is Maria? Maria, a multi-year LA? As I've told you guys, it depends on the gender of the person who you ask about. Sometimes you can hear someone saying, is xA a family, is Ziad Ahmed a. It's like Yo what's up? Okay. So, um, if you can hear it together. Okay. Is say Academy is referring to a man. Is SAIC? I'm referring to a woman. Okay. 13. Practice a conversation with me: Now let's get to the preds in part. Let's have a conversation and want to start and you're going to respond. So m are equal is a, uh, Kamil is a Occam lay respond. And you and I can, I mean humbler, smack a seismic a response. And new X-Men Hamad forces either respond into MET TKI enjambment CALEA, respond and say ano, an image Emory key, salon. Now let's invert the conversation. You're going to start and I'm going to respond while APL Mesilla, ask me, how am I at Hamlet Imam winter. And humbly let M, M 1 t. Respond that true. Okay, Anu and at the moment, Hungary LA, asking me if I'm American. Land and machinery key winter. And I wish every key when T respond. Now ask about My name. Is Jim Hammond. Window is in Hammond. When t respond and say nice to me. For society, the no, say goodbye. 14. The Eastern Arabic of this section: This is lesson four of the differences between shammy dialect and Egyptian dialect. Let's start with the differences in pronunciation of this section. You remember out say I level. Yeah, it's Shuvuuia Dwyer. In shammy dialect. They use more the word Hawaii. Hawaii, hawaii verb to speak, which means at column. A column has another meaning, ends shimmy accent is less than 100 peaked. A key. Key. Key a hockey. Yeah, number 7 is ha, ha, from the Throw it. Try to make the sound. Ha, a hockey arche at learning means to tell. But it's used in the Eastern Arabic as verb to speak. So if you hear someone using this verb, there means verb to speak. It's regular verb in the present, just like the verb a Kelvin. So I speak, I'm misspeaking are the same. So I speak I'm misspeaking. Hi, Becky. Becky. And a Becky, you speak you are speaking to a man. Put bt, the beginning letter a disappears. In Tabitha Jackie. Jackie, Jackie you speak, you are speaking. Different omen, NTB tacky, but tacky. So in Arabi shammy, I would say I speak a little Arabic. Arabic rubbish way and a backyard rubbish way. And a bit rubbish way. In the Egyptian dialect we say. And a Buchla, Amara, Raja and habitat Arabic Surya. Will that in Egyptian dialect we use twice as well or good in shammy. Remember we use milia or mini. How being shammy? I speak Arabic well, and a backyard him li and a backyard to be me, very well, means quasars. Quasars hourly. There's another word means very less than and repeat. Kit here. He tears. Kitties. K, tier 2. Tier 2 tier means very, and it's common in all the Arab world. We use it a lot in Egypt as well, but it's more used or common in the Eastern Arabic then hourly. So how would be very well, very good. Lesson and repeat. Tellingly. Deuterium lead the team leader. Or you can say milli, milli. So it's flexible. You can add it before or after the adverb. Whenever. I say You speak English very well. Man, in the taking Gleevec theorem, Lee be taking Gleevec telomere, referred to omen into attacking Gleevec tellingly, be taking Gleevec theorem layer. You can also say this phrase this way. And it's more common in the westerner with less than and repeat. I'm tech ERM Leah and techie. Probably, um, techie are only I'm Turkey, Armenia and Turkey are on me. Notice that here is a filler, has no meaning. It just to clarify a sentence and the verb afterwards comes in the infinitive. I'm techie. I'm techie. 15. Section 4 lesson 1 good afternoon good evening: Listen to this conversation. And the same here as they appear. Isn't that a is mad, mad when he isn't even that show up in that first that's Aida. It there. But again, when Enrique Yeah, Winter and I wish it did they get them out of the equation. Chaperon, but set up it can limb engage the actor, master that, master them. Listen again. And the same here as they appear. Isn't that a, is mad, mad when he isn't even the shutter up in that first essay, that endeavor. Good. Yeah. When Enrique Yeah. Winter and I'm sure it did they get them out of the equation. We show paren best setup it can limb engage the actor, master that, master them. Some audio. Some guys use Muhammad and this is a fourth section of Z ultimate Arabic junior member house. Say, what's her name? Estimate? A. It's not a perfect or a woman. Ischemic. Ischemic. A response, my name is and put your name is SME Muhammad. Muhammad say, I'm American, man says ulna and leaky. And am Reiki woman says, and now and Medicare and Medicaid say, I'm not American. And a mission freaky. An image and freaky woman says, and mesh America. And Hamish, I'm luckier asking me, How are you? I'm Emily. Emily asked her How are you. Is yet a is SAIC I'm lay respond that you're fine. Thank is good. And economic humble ILA, and demand at 100. And let's say he's not OK. Whoa, meshed a man. Hola mesh the man. German Bauhaus, say, Nice to meet you. For RSA side for society. Respond, It's my pleasure. For HRSA side for society. They say, she's happy. Hey aside, haha Sida, he's happy. Home. Side, hallway outside. Say, thanks. Shock run, shock run. I'm grateful. Man says much more. Checker. Woman says, Mode, check Cara. Cara. Respond, you're welcome. A laughable LR for, or you can say our F1, our F1. Do you remember how to say Sorry, man says Asif. Asif woman says as far as for respond, It's nothing. Nevermind. My fish Hagar, my fish haggard. Remember we can use Mukesh Hagar as you're welcome as well. Say, excuse me to a man. Osama, low CEMA, excuse me to a woman. Laos Almaty, low similarity, please, to a man, meant fab luck, men fetlock, pleased to a woman. Men folic, men folic, as I've told you before, guys, here loves him, literally means if you allowed. So here is a verb. So it depends on who you talk to, the gender of who you talk to. But if it's a noun, as for example, grateful, It depends on your grid for the noun. So man says more checker, woman says more Shakira. Here's another form to say, sorry, listen and repeat. Ma, ma, ma, ma leash. Leash. As you see here, there is number three. So we're going to pronounce it from your throwing ma, ma, polish. Polish is n From a way of sorry, as if it's more formal. Some Elish is informal way and Asif, as a formal way, Manish, both genders can use it. So men can use my English woman also can use my Polish. Seconds, sorry. In formal way, mileage. Mileage. Never mind. My fish. How eager Mukesh hugger. Here's, I'd say, good morning. Listen and repeat. Slovakia. Sabah have here. Repeat part of the part. C, bar l. Saw bar L here. Sabah health here. Sabah healthier. It'll only means mourning the good or mourning the Goodness. Here's, I'd say mourning. Listen and repeat. Sabah. Sabah, SA bar, C bar, C bar. And the word morning, which means sabah. Sabah. And there is number seven. There means that we're going to use a throw it here. Sub, sub, sub. Sub means mourning, which parts means? Yeah, it's L. L. L, as you see here, literal l is more stressed. Don't say no, say L, L, It's more stressed. N, How would say, Goodness. Hey, hey, hey there. Number five here guys is from the store with also it looks like a snore, remember, a year. And there are by the end, it's more stressed. Goodness, l here. L, care morning the goodness or good morning, as we say, sub l. Sub l. Try to make it fast. While here, Sabah help here. So if I have it here, means good morning. How would be good afternoon? Listen and repeat. Myself here. Micelle here. L, care and learning means everything. The Goodness. Here's I'd say, even listen and repeat. Messy. Messy. Math, SAT, math, SAT, massage, massage. As you see here is there's numbers to, by the end of the word evening, which means messy. Messy. There mean that we're going to make a stop on literally a dead letter before it. Messy, messy. And when number two comes in the middle of the word, we separate the word into parts, okay, with a violet into parts or into syllables. Here my certain number two comes in the end. Sorrow going to stop under a messy messy. Messy. Messy means evening. Segue in evening. Mssa. Say good afternoon, Ms. Set L here. Set L here. Notice that we can use myself as good afternoon or good evening. See you again. Good afternoon or good evening. Mr. L. Here. L here. Jury member helps saying good morning. Year sidebar here, sub L here. Good afternoon. Mess. Here, my SAT. And when someone says here, micelle here, how to respond? Yeah, we respond the same thing. Mssa, L here. L here. 16. Lesson 2 good night: Hey, now say the night, listen and repeat. This Baha'u'llah here. This Baha'u'llah test Baja left here. It clearly means wakeup and goodness, we use it as Sleep tight sleep, well, I just say guys or good night. So he's out, say verb, wakeup, listen and repeat. Tesla. Tesla. This bar, this bar, this bar, this bar. And you see here number seven, it's from the throw it, this box, this box, test box. Here. This box is a verb. A verb to wake up, referring to a man. So how would be referring to a woman? Put y or sound of e? By the end, it would be this Baha'i, this behemoth saw, you say to a man, you say toma, despite because here is a verb. Okay. How would be on? And law? Number three here, guys, it's from the steroid. Try to make this sound. This test. Goodness means here. Okay, Let's say altogether this bar, this bar. Press Baja left here. This bar here, plus Baha'u'llah here. So this Baha'u'llah here means sleep well, sleep tight, referring to a man when you speak to a man. So how would it be to a woman year? Just put that a y by the end of the verb. Test. This Baha'i on here, this Baha'i eyelet here. So that's the highlight here to a man, this Biola here to a woman. It's like sleep well, sleep tight. So when someone says that's you, how to respond, listen and repeat. When time in law, when time in law, when Mina, hello, when MEN law, it clearly means and knew from his family essence, oppression or slang, pretty used in the Arab world. Okay. So when terminal hello. And you from his family, the family of goodness. Okay. And you from his family. It's expression and pretty used. So how to say the word family? Listen and repeat there all by the end. Hello means. We're going to have the possessive pronouns in the future lessons. Has family law, law, law. And new went, went from men, men his family law law, where time in law, when men are low when referring to a man, cause of when, how different omen when TEA or a place and you're referring to a woman when T went in law, when teaming. Hello, see again, good night, sleep. Well, this Baha'u'llah here. This Baha'u'llah help prevent a woman. This behemoth. Here, this Baha'i, I like he'll respond YouTube. When Hello? Hello to our women. 20 min law, when T min, a hello jury member, how say good morning. Sabah health here. Sabah. Sabah healthcare. How it say good afternoon or good evening? My set myself here. 17. Lesson 3 I speak Arabic: How does a verb to speak, listen and repeat. At Calvin, at Catlin, at Cal LEM, at Carolyn, at Cal limb at Carolyn means to speak. Notice that all the infinitive in Arabic starts with little a at Kalam. At Calvin. Say I speak, listen and repeat. And a bad Catlin and back, Kaelyn and bad Kelvin. And Kelvin notice that to conjugate the verb in the simple present in Arabic for pronoun I, we put letter B and the beginning of the infinitive, bed, Carolyn bad Catlin. And bank can lend and bed column. I have a Canon means I speak, I'm speaking, I talk, I'm talking. So here a simple present and the present continuous are the same. Notice that we have regular verbs and irregular verbs in the present in Arabic. So in the sample or the continuous present of the verb are the same. So the verb is regular verb, okay, so when z are different, so the verb is irregular verb, here is a verb, is a verb, why? Cause? The present simple and the present continuous are the same. I mean, speaking the same as I speak. Say again, I speak, I'm speaking. I'm gonna bet column and that column, he's out, say I speak Arabic, listen and repeat. And have a column out or being an advocate Lamar, or being the column Arabi. Which part means here? Arabic? Yeah, It's Arabi. Arabi. By Arabi, there are three here, guys. It's from the Throw it, try to make the sound. Arabi. Arabi, Arabi, I speak Arabic means unabashed calcium Arabi. Anna back coulomb Arabi inhibit calcium Arabi. How say English, listen and repeat. Gliese. In Gliese, Engle easy. And Li Zhi in Gliese. In Gliese. Say English. In Gliese, England, easy tribe say, I speak English. And a bad calcium in Gliese, unabashed column in Gliese. I speak English. I don't speak Arabic. Remember to use mesh as don't or doesn't. And back callin in Gliese mesh but Callum Arabi and back column in Gliese mesh bag column Arabi. He's, I'll say I speak a little Arabic, listen and repeat. Another column are rubbish layer and a bit rubbish way. But candle, MR. rubbish Wire backend Amara, which way or which part means a level? Sharia. Sharia, repeat part of the part. Shoo, shoo, shoo. I say again a little shoe, shoe idea, I speak a level and a bad calcium shoe idea. But Calvin should notice that to put the adverb, shoe idea, shoe I always by the end of the phrase. So don't say I speak Arabic, say I speak Arabic and little and a bad Callum rubbish layer and a bank column, Arabi Sharjah tried say, I speak English. And I bet column English wire and have a callin Emily's issue. I would say I speak Arabic, well, listen and repeat. And a bad. Place. Another column, Arabic ways. Bed can Lamar becuase, backend lemma, Arabic Weiss, watch part means well, yeah, it's quite serious. Hawaii's. Hawaii, yes, Hawaii's notice that we can use quiesce quiesce as well or goods. So can use it as an adverb or adjective. How can we use it as an adjective? I told you guys before that we don't have to be in the present. So don't say I am. Okay. So when you say I am, well, we say I good. I good means and acquire, yes. And Aquinas quiets as an adjective, means the Moscow. Good. How does implementing good? Yeah. Just put a by the end, it would be cool. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. I don't see quasar say quiesce query. Yes. So when I say I'm goods or are you good, How been and acquires and acquires? Woman says and acquires an acquired MRSA. Say, are you okay? Are you good? Enter twice. And Aquinas, referring to a woman, NT quiesce, empty quiesce. His good HOA quires home. Quite nice. She's good. Thank is GOT habia quiesce. Haha, quiesce. Say, I'm good. And Aquinas, and Aquinas says, and acquired MRSA. And Aquinas, I am not good. Nme Squires and I misplace woman says, and a mesh quiesce. And mesh quiesce. Say again, I speak Arabic well. And a back-end Lamar have acquires. And about calcium arg acquires. I speak Arabic very well, less than n repeat. Arabic column ARRA requires Ellie and Abby Column Arabi twice LE, Back column are the quasar we watch part means very, yeah. We, we, we, we are, we, are, we notice that our, we always comes after the adverb. So when you say very good, you say Good, Very had been quite quiet Alley. We can use twice a week as that's good, or that's so good. Quiesce, we quiesce. I will say again, I speak Arabic very well. Anabolic calcium Arabic, Weiss LE, Back Callum Arabic ways alley. I speak English very well and have a Kelvin in Gliese quiet Alley, back Kaelyn English, quasar. 18. Lesson 4 practice with me: So now let's get to the practicing part and when to start the conversation and you're going to respond, let's get started. So here is a, uh, Kamil is a calmly say and you don't forget. And humbling at a man, estimate a seismic a response c. And you estimate Hamad for society to respond into MET TKI antiemetic respond as Canyon, land and machinery key. I never can always respond that you speak a little Arabic. Twice Alley. That's a good question, Sally, salon. Respond. Now let's invert the conversation. Start to ease. Good evening. My salad here. Asking me, How am I? And why is it humble ILA winter and acquires it humbling. When t I'm good. Thank goodness. Respond. That's your a-k. And ask about My name. Is Tim Hamad winter. See your name. Now, say, Nice to meet you. For Sida. Now say that you speak a little Arabic. Quasar. We, That's so good. Why is Ellie now say goodbye. 19. The Eastern Arabic of this section: This is lesson four of the differences between shammy dialect and Egyptian dialect. Let's start with the differences in pronunciation of this section. You remember out say I level. Yeah, it's Shuvuuia Dwyer. In shammy dialect. They use more the word Hawaii. Hawaii, hawaii verb to speak, which means at column. A column has another meaning, ends shimmy accent is less than 100 peaked. A key. Key. Key a hockey. Yeah, number 7 is ha, ha, from the Throw it. Try to make the sound. Ha, a hockey arche at learning means to tell. But it's used in the Eastern Arabic as verb to speak. So if you hear someone using this verb, there means verb to speak. It's regular verb in the present, just like the verb a Kelvin. So I speak, I'm misspeaking are the same. So I speak I'm misspeaking. Hi, Becky. Becky. And a Becky, you speak you are speaking to a man. Put bt, the beginning letter a disappears. In Tabitha Jackie. Jackie, Jackie you speak, you are speaking. Different omen, NTB tacky, but tacky. So in Arabi shammy, I would say I speak a little Arabic. Arabic rubbish way and a backyard rubbish way. And a bit rubbish way. In the Egyptian dialect we say. And a Buchla, Amara, Raja and habitat Arabic Surya. Will that in Egyptian dialect we use twice as well or good in shammy. Remember we use milia or mini. How being shammy? I speak Arabic well, and a backyard him li and a backyard to be me, very well, means quasars. Quasars hourly. There's another word means very less than and repeat. Kit here. He tears. Kitties. K, tier 2. Tier 2 tier means very, and it's common in all the Arab world. We use it a lot in Egypt as well, but it's more used or common in the Eastern Arabic then hourly. So how would be very well, very good. Lesson and repeat. Tellingly. Deuterium lead the team leader. Or you can say milli, milli. So it's flexible. You can add it before or after the adverb. Whenever. I say You speak English very well. Man, in the taking Gleevec theorem, Lee be taking Gleevec telomere, referred to omen into attacking Gleevec tellingly, be taking Gleevec theorem layer. You can also say this phrase this way. And it's more common in the westerner with less than and repeat. I'm tech ERM Leah and techie. Probably, um, techie are only I'm Turkey, Armenia and Turkey are on me. Notice that here is a filler, has no meaning. It just to clarify a sentence and the verb afterwards comes in the infinitive. I'm techie. I'm techie. 20. Section 5 lesson 1 do you speak English?: Listen to this conversation. Is that autonomy at 100 and that wouldn't be an acquaintance that haven't do they lead into mean element muscle wouldn't be impacted because, uh, we look around and get them out of which way am I said? Listen again. Is they have AMI, 100? Is that when the ways that haven't do they LA, element must be impacted. Because, uh, we joke around and never get them out of the way. I set up. Hey guys, This is Mohammed and this section 5 of Z ultimate Arabic. You remember how to say, good morning. Sabah. Hello, hair, subhead here. How say good afternoon or good evening. My cell here, myself here. Say, sleep well, sleep tight. To an-an. This Baha'u'llah here. This parabola here, referring to a woman. This Bahia, I'll hear this Biola here. Responds You too. When 10 minutes hello. When MEN, a hello to a woman. When team in a low, when T min aloft, Joe, remember how to save verb to speak at Calvin. At Calvin, say I speak, I'm speaking, I talk, I'm talking. And a back-end LEM and a bad coulomb. I speak Arabic and a column Arabi. By column Arabi, I speak English. And bad Catlin in Lizzie and debit column in Lizzie, I speak a little Arabic. And a bank column are rubbish way back calcium Arabic layer. I don't speak Arabic. I speak English and image, but calcium Arabi and a bad Lizzy, an image but Callum Arabi and Lizzy, I speak Arabic well. And a bad Palomar be quiesce back column Arabic ways. I speak Arabic very well. And a bad calcium Arabi quasar, we bet calcium Arabi quiz Ellie. I don't speak Arabic very well. And a mesh, but can Lamar becuase Ellie, an image but calcium Arabic ways Ellie, I speak Arabic well, but I speak better English. Listen and repeat. And a McCallum Arabic ways, Best Actor. Back column are the Quizizz Bess and a bad calcium English actor. He's out, say, but listen and repeat. Bess. Best, best, best, best means, but see again, but bess best. Notice that we can use Bess as bot or only. So can use it as only OR but we also can use it as break it up or stub with that stuff. Now, as a slang, heads up, say better listener, repeat actor, actor. Per actor. Actor. It learning means more. Okay, So here we don't say I speak English better. We say I speak English more or more English. And as bill before, it comes always by the end, the phrase. So when you say I speak more English, I speak English more. Put more by the end. And a back column in Gliese actor and a bad Kellen, England easy actor. But I speak English more. I speak more English. Best and a back-end limb English actor. Best, unabashed column, English actor. I speak Arabic well, but I speak more English. And have a column, Arabi quiesce, best bet Carolyn England, easy actor, and a back-end them Arabic Quizizz, best bet callin in greasy actor. I would say you speak, listen and repeat. And better. And better. Kellen bit the Catlin bit the column, and diabetic column. And diabetic column. It means you speak, you're speaking, you talk, you're talking. Notice that to conjugate the verb for pronoun masculine knew, which means into, into. We add BET, b, t, bet in the beginning of the infinitive and little a disappears bit. Take Catlin, the column and the column and the column, as you see here, when we remove letter a from the infinitive 0, it'll be three consonant b, t, and k. So we connect between the consonants with vowel e, suited be beat, beat, beat a column and diabetic column. And Betty Campbell and try to ask, do you speak Arabic? Enter but the column Arabi, antibiotic column Arabi. See here in Arabic, we don't need an auxiliary to make a question. And diabetic column, Arabi tried to ask you speak English. And diabetic column in Gliese. Enter, but the callin in Gliese respond, yes, I speak Arabic well, Iowa and about column Arabic ways are another column, Arabic waves. I don't speak Arabic very well. And a mesh bag, Callum Arabi, Ellie, and a mesh bag column Arabi quasar, we tried to say to a man, you speak Arabic well. And diabetic column Arabic waves and diabetic column Arabic Weiss, who speak Arabic very well. Antiemetic column Arabi quiesce out, we end up with the column Arabic ways Howie, you speak a little Arabic. Antibiotic column are rubbish wire. And the column Arabic wire. You don't speak Arabic, you speak English and Spanish. Be the column Arabi antibiotic coming Lizzie. And mesh with the column Arabi anti-diabetic ketamine Gliese. You speak Arabic well, but you speak more English or better English. Antibiotic column, Arabic wires, best pity column, English actor. Enter, but it requires best, it callin in Lizzie, actor. How I'd say you speak, referring to omen, listen and repeat. Entity but the calumny empty but the calumny in t, but it can Lemmy, yeah, to conjugate the verb for pronoun feminine Your, which means NTT entity and the present put, BT, bet, and the beginning of the verb y, or sound of e and g and little a disappears. Bed, take care Lemmy, better Columbia and connect between the consonants B, t, and k. Just connect between them with a vowel E, B, B Tech Kolyma, antibiotic can Lemmy, empty bit tickling me, NT be taken Lemmy, ask her, you speak Arabic. Ntb, the Columbia Arabi antibody, collinear Arabi, you speak English entity but the Colombian Gliese, MTV, the condemning Gliese, you speak Arabic well. Ntb, the Columbia Arabic ways, but the Columbia Arabic ways, we speak Arabic very well. Mtv, the Columbia Arabi quiesce hourly activity, Kolyma Arabi quiesce Ellie, who speak Arabic. Ntb, the Columbia rubbish layer. But a calumny are rubbish wire. You're going to speak Arabic, you speak English. Nt mesh with the Kolyma Arabi, NCBI, tickle, liminal, easy. Empty mesh, better calendar, Arabi, NTB, the Kaliningrad. Easy. You speak Arabic well, but you speak more or better English entity column Arabic way is best, but the English actor entity, but the Cal Lemmy Arabic ways bus better. Lemmy English, DZ DR. 21. Lesson 2 I'm speaking with you: See again verb to speak. At Kalam at Kellen. I speak I'm speaking and bad Catlin. I'm back Catlin. You speak referring to a man into Beta-catenin. Beta-catenin, you speak referring to a woman? Nt better Kelly me, NT Betty Kelly me. Do you remember how to say what's her name? Estimate? A. A What's your name referring to? Omen. Ischemic. Ischemic. Ear respond. You're Nim Hamad. It's Mohammed. Nice to meal. For society than for society. The Nice to meet you too. For society. For society that he uses a way to say, nice to meet you, listen and repeat. That shot. Ruffner, Pasha Ruffner, the Schar, rough. Now we have four vows. Source separate the words in four parts or enforce syllables. There. Sharaf, NAT does, Sharaf does show Ruffner, Pasha Ruffner. It literally means we honored or we got honored. Gusher rough now does shot Ruffner the shot Ruffner. We got honored. Pasha roughness. See you again. Nice to meet you. It's pleasure. Varchar Ruffner, Bashar rough now. Or you can say for HRSA side either for society. Here's another way to say goodbye, listen and repeat. Mass ulama, mass Salaam, ma Salama, ma Salama mass ulama, mass ulama. At early means with the safety. He's out. Say safety, listen and repeat. Salama, Salama, le ma ma, ma Salama, Salama, safety. Es Salaam. Salaam. Remember the definite Arco, that means L. L. So L Salama means that safety. But when the word starts with letter S that are L of Z arco disappears. So don't say L Salama, say SLR, to speak like a native speaker or to sound like an active speaker. Say es Salaam, I don't say L salaam. Salaam. Kilimo. Salama means the safety. How say with listen and repeat. Ma, ma, ma, ma, ma, ma. There are three. Here is from the throwaway. Tried to make the sound. Ma, ma se again with safety or good-bye. Mass Salama, mass ulama. Soma means with Tracee, I always Muhammad and Mohammed. Mohammed. I am with you. Listen and repeat. Nmr and Mark, and Mark and EMOC, my Mac. Yeah, just add by the end because SMA is a preposition. So we add act by the end. It could be Knock. Knock. Knock means with you referring to a man, Mack Mack truck, say I'm talking to you, I miss speaking with you. And I by Catlin Mac and a bad Kellen Mac. How it be with you referring to a woman? Listen and repeat. Nike, my key. Key, Mikey. Mikey. So Marquis means with you referring to omen. And you see here, ma ends with a vowel, starts with another one. So xr to vows coming together. You can say Mike, Mike removal or a mike from Ma NYC. Or you can say my key. Key just to avoid is about my key. Key Mackey means with you referring to Open or you can say Mike, mike or Nike. Mike is more formal and you can hear it more Eastern Arabic and Nike is more informal. And you're going to hear in the Egyptian dialect, see again with you referring to omen, Nike, Nike or you can say mike. Mike say I'm talking to you, I'm speaking with you, referring to a woman. And I bet Kelly Mackey and back Column Marquee. And I bet Kelly Mackey. Are you talking to me? Are you speaking with me? Listen and repeat. End up the Kaplan-Meier antibiotic, Kelly Meyer. Which part means with me? Yeah. It's my my my my my c again, with me. My, my, notice that with me has two meanings. We can use it as Maya. Maya and from a way or my II, put E or sound of e, y by the end, my mind in the Eastern Arabic or in formal Arabic. Okay, my II or III, maya. See again with me, my nice or you can say my, my, are you talking to me? Are you speaking with me? You're asking a man. Enter but the Kaplan-Meier antibiotic, Kelly Miami. Are you talking to me? Are you speaking with me referring to a woman and TBD, Kelly Nehemiah, NTB, the Kolyma, me, say again with 50 or goodbye. Maslama, mass Ulama. 22. Let's have a conversation: So let's get to the practicing parts. I'm going to start a conversation and you're going to respond. Semi local response is a, uh, Kamil is Zika family respond that you're fine and you estimate a seismic. See your name and nice to me. That's a rough now. Antibiotic column. Arabic way is Ellie NTB the Kolyma Arabic ways. Ellie, it's a compliment that you speak arbitrary. Well, say thanks, I speak Arabic alone. Twice, Ellie. Maslama. Now let's invert the conversation. Start. Say good morning. Sub I here. Asking me if I'm American. Land image Emory key winter. Ask about My name. Is Mohammed winter, S and Hamad, when t, respond to an end and nice to mu. That's a rough. Now, say that I speak Arabic very well. So Quran by Santa, by Catlin in Gliese actor. So Quran, best Santa, but Carolyn, English actor. Thanks. Bye. Speak better English. Now say no, you speak Arabic very well. So Kremlin, now say goodbye. Mass Ulama. 23. Section 6 lesson 1 where are you from?: Cell article, Hey guys is Muhammad and the section 6, OZ ultimate Arabic. Listen to this conversation. They had army 100 and that wouldn't be an acquaintance that haven't do the LA element muscle wouldn't be impacted because, uh, we put on and never get them out of which way am I said, Listen again. Is their autonomy. It wouldn't be an acquaintance that hadn't Did he let them Nin element must wouldn't be me give their impact that, uh, we put on and never get them out of which way you are set up. Do you remember how to say good morning. Sub 0 here. Sabah. Sabah healthcare. How to respond? Seba had hair. Saba, here's how I'd say good afternoon, good evening. Myself. Myself. And how to respond. Mess. Mess. Here. How it's saying, good night, sleep, tight sleep. Well, this Baha'u'llah FHIR. This Baha'u'llah here, referring to a woman. The Spice Islands here. This Baha'i, I look here. Here's as a way to say, good morning. Just listen and repeat. Sebum. Sebum. Sebum. It literally means mourning the light. He's out, say the light, listen and repeat. In North. In North light, North, North, North. Allied. In-order. In-order, not is that we don't pronounce letter L of the article Val, which means L when it's followed by letter N, same as S. So then say or say the contraction anymore, just to sound like Canada speaker Sabah him off. So it can say some unknown or respond when someone says to you, so bad here, you can respond this way. Or you can say 70. And the person responsible more or Seba had here using in NOR, we also can say good afternoon or good evening This way. Mass, more. Mass in-order. In-order Masson or a third amines evening, the white, okay, methane or even in the light, you can use it as good afternoon or good evening. German Bauhaus say verbs, speak. A column. A column, I speak, I'm speaking an ABA callin back Calvin. Yeah, remember, but there be in the beginning to conjugate the verb for pronoun I. Another column into British Columbia. Betty calendar put BT in the beginning of the verb blood or a disappears to conjugate the verb for pronoun must cannula, which means enter NT, bit tickling me be the Kolyma year at BT in the beginning. Why in the end and little a disappears to conjugate the verb for pronoun familiar knew which means NT. Say, I speak Arabic well. Unabashed column Arabic ways. But Callum Arabic ways. I speak Arabic really well. Another column, Arabic ways are we back column Arabic ways are we I speak Arabic. Another column are rubbish wire back Kaelyn are rubbish way. I don't speak Arabic. I speak English and image, but calcium Arabi and about calcium in Lizzie, an image but column Arabi and about calcium in Gliese. I speak Arabic well, but I speak better English. I speak Arabic well, but I speak English more. Another column R requires bus back calcium English actor, but column Arabic ways bus that column in Gliese Okta. Ask me, Do you speak English and diabetic Kelvin increasing antibiotic Kaelyn in Lizzie asked her, Do you speak English? Ntb the Kolyma in Lizzie entity column in Lizzie, respond. Yes, I speak a little English. Iowa and have a Column England's Ushuaia are, and have a Column, England's layer. Now, I don't speak English, I speak Arabic. And a mesh bag column in policing and a bank column Arabi, an image but telling me Lizzie. About column Arabi, are you talking to me? Are you speaking with me? End up the calamine into Maya as can a woman MTV the calcium Maya empty but the calcium ion respond, yes, I'm talking to you. Iowa and about column mock, AOA, Buchla mock. Talking to omen. Say, no, I'm not talking to you. I'm not speaking with you. And I was by Column Marquee and image by Column Marquee. Say the bye. Ma Salama. Salam. How say, Where are you from? Listen and repeat them in any laminin. And meaning. And that, meaning, it's lonely means you from where? Remember how safe from men. Men, from where? Melanin, melanin, say again, from where? Melanin. Melanin, where are you from? Into meaning in the minivan? Ask her where I know from N T, meaning NT melanin. Whereas here from Ho Chi Minh, ho Chi Minh in where is she from? Hae Min. Hey, minivan. Respond, I am from zoo s. Listen and repeat. And I'm in America. And I'm in America. The United States of America. Marika, and read. And read, and Rica and Rica. Notice that we don't say I'm from Z United States. We say I'm from America. Okay. So there is no miracle Z L. So don't say I'm from CSEA America, say I'm from America. And men and Marika and a Min and Marika and Anika asked me, either from America or from us. And them and America enter men. America asked her audio from America. Nt men America. Nt men America. He is from America. Whoa, men America, holy men America. She's from America. Hey, men, America. A men America. Parts means from yeah, it's men, men, men from America, men America, men America. You also can hear someone says, And now I'm in America and men America. So it could be America or America. Ask me either from America, either from us and them and America into men America. Asked her audio from America. Nt men America. Nt men America. He's from America. Whoa, men America. Whoa, men America. She's from America. Hey, men America. He men America. Parts means from yeah, it's men, men, men from America. Men America, men America. How say I'm American man says, and I'm a leaky and am leaky. You can also say Anna and murky and a murky, notice that to make country nationality just add y or sound of e by the end of the country. As you see here, America, America is a country at y or sound of e. By the end, there'd be two vowels, remove litter a, or remove the first vowel. It would be, I'm Ricky, I'm leaky or Amharic case. He's out, say England, listen and repeat. In the Altera. Angle, Tora, Tora, Tora, Tara angle Tara, Tara. England also doesn't need z are called soiled. Say I'm from England at EBI and men angled Torah and men angled Tara and I'm in, in the Altera trach, say she's from England. Hey, I'm in endothelial, hay and men in the Altera. Say, I'm English, lesson repeat. And, um, Lizzie. And in Gliese, and in Gliese, and then Gliese. And I'm Bill easy, increasing means English referring to a man. How be English referring to own one? Put a by the end it would be English. English, English. Zai, say I'm English man says. And in Gliese. And then Gliese woman says, and England say, an Ingress, a trial. Say, are you English as c'mon? Enter in Lizzie, entangle, easy. Are you English? Ask Norman, NT, ingress area, MT. Angle is Alia his English homework in Gliese, whole one, Gliese, she's English. Hey, English. English. Respond and English and American. And in Gliese mesh, I'm Ricky. And in Gliese mesh am Reiki. Woman says anna English is a a mesh, America and England Zaha mesh and Medicare. Here's out. Say Canada, listen and repeat. Canada, Canada, Canada, Canada. So it's almost the same, but it's more stressed. Canada, Canada, Canada. Canada doesn't need z are called L. Canada. Canada tried say, I'm from Canada. And I'm in Canada. And men Canada. And main Canada. And I'm in Canada. He would say canadian, yeah, put y by the end of the country to be Kennedy. Kennedy. Kennedy. Kennedy, say, I'm Canadian. And a Kennedy. Kennedy and Akkad woman says, Yeah, put a by the end of the mass can formatively Kennedy. Kennedy, I'm Canadian and a candidate, a, and candidate. Are you Canadian as can a man enter? Kennedy? Kennedy, are you Canadian asking a woman and t candidate? Anti Canada? He's Canadian. Hoa Kennedy. Kennedy. She's Canadian. Hey, Kennedy. Kennedy. Respond. Yes, I'm Canadian. Iowa. And a Kennedy, a UA and a Kennedy say, No, I'm not Canadian, I'm English. Law. And I miss Kennedy and angle easy. And I wish Kennedy and in Gliese, woman says LA, and I wish Canada and England as a law and a mesh kinda day. And English. Don't be concerned if you're not from America or from England or from Canada, I'm going to leave a list of all the countries and nationalities so you can use your nationality or your country when you speak in Arabic. 24. Lesson 2 some arabic countries you might need in the conversation: Now let's have some Arabic countries that you may use in your conversation. This Dart was the biggest Arabic country, which is Egypt. He would say Egypt in Arabic. Must, must, must, must, must, must answer. How would say I'm from Egypt? And men, muster and men Missouri. Egypt doesn't need the ergo the muster. How say Egyptian? Yeah, put y by the end or sound of e by the end it would be minus 3. Must read, when you say I'm Egyptian, how man says and mastery. And must be woman says, and months. And months or a year put a, by the end, must raise the Missouri. Missouri. Asked me, are you egyptian? And Thomas three, enter, must be asked her, Are you Egyptian? Empty my Australia. Australia say he's Egyptian. Homos three, Whole Woman's three. She's Egyptian. Hey, I must say. He must respond. Yes, I'm Egyptian. Man says a, you were animist, sorry. Are you wanna mostly woman says AUC. Auc. And I'm Australian. Response. Now, I'm not egyptian, I am from Lebanon. Listen and repeat. Law. And I wish my S3 and men lib man, lap and a mishmash, three and a men, lip Nan, He's out, say Lebanon, listen and repeat. Lib man, Lebanon, Libya, Nan, lead man, Lebanon. Lebanon. Say, I'm from Lebanon and I'm in lib man. And men Lebanon and men live man. Now how it be? I am Lebanese, listen and repeat. And olive, nanny lib nanny. Lib nanny. Lib nanny. Yes. Put y by the end of that country, lib man, lip Nan need Lebanon. He saw Lib many as a Muslim form of Lebanese. How bees or feminine form put a by the end of the mask on one. It could be lebanon a lebanon, a LED lebanon, a mass kind of Lebanese lib nanny, feminine Lebanese Lebanon. A, say, I am Lebanese. Anna lib, many. And they live many. Woman says. And Lebanon. And Lebanon. A He's Lebanese. Hola lib nanny, hallway lib Nanny. She's not Lebanese. She's Egyptian. Hey, I'm Mish Lebanon. A. Uh, hey, I'm Australia. Hey, I'm mesh Lebanon a year, he must say Syria, listen and repeat. Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. I'd say Syrian mice can see. It could be somebody saw three SU, three Saudi, Saudi say, I'm Syrian, an S hoodie, and Suri. And as Saudi, How would be CDN, the feminine form? Put a by the end it would be, sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Say she's Syrian. Hey, yeah, Sorry. Hey, year or a year. Not Syrian. He's Lebanese. Homey, Saudi hallway lib nanny WHO a mesh sooty, WHO lived Nang me. See again, Syrian, Saudi, Saudi Arabia, that countries Saudia out, say Palestine. Listen and repeat. For this team. Philistine, Phyllis. Phyllis, teen Philistine. Philistine tried say, I am from Palestine. And I'm in Philistine and I'm in, for this team. How would be Palestinian less than and repeat for this teeny, for this teeny, yeah, add y by the end of Palestine, Philistine at it. Baeza, masculine Palestinian. For this teeny, teeny, how bees or feminine Palestinian. Philistine. Philistine. Philistine a year at a, by the end, for less than a year. Say, I am Palestinian, man says. And now for this teeny, teeny woman says, and for this today and for this today, you remember how to say, where are you from? And laminin N-terminus can vary from referring to a woman in T min in, intimate in, where is he from? Hola minim in Hawaii mean, where is she from? Hae Min in a minivan. Respond I am from us. And I'm in m Rica. And I mean, I'm Anika, I'm American and I'm freaky. Freaky woman says an amateur K here. And I am from England. And the men in the Altera. And I'm an angle theta, I'm English man says. And in Lizzie, Lizzie woman says, an angle is a English. I am from Canada. And I'm in Canada. And I'm in Canada. I'm Canadian. And Kennedy, Kennedy woman says, and can a day and a candidate. I am from Egypt. Amun master, master, master. And I'm in muster. I'm Egyptian. And must three anonymously woman says, and must, must, must stay. Say, I am from Lebanon. And I'm in lib man, nm in lib man. I am Lebanese and ellip nanny nanny woman says and Lippmann a lebanon. A I am from Syria. And I mean, sorry. And I'm in Saudia. I am CDN. And as sori, sori, and surely I am from by this time. And that min Philistine. And I'm philistine, I am Palestinian. Man says, an eye for this teeny. And for this teeny woman says, and for this DNA and RNA for less than a 25. Let's have a conversation : Let's get to the same part. It's had a conversation and where to start and you're going to respond. So by North is a, a family is z, you can lay respond annual estimate, a islamic, a respondent in annual. Hamad, does our rough now respondent Into mean, empty mean response. And I'm in muster animosity, n debit column are equates Ellie, NTB, the Kolyma equates Ellie, respond. That's just speak a little bit to speak better English. We ma Salama. Now let's invert as a conversation. Say wood afternoon. My Sidon north. Asking me about my name. Estimate Hamad winter, SUN Hamad doing tea. Respond your name and say, Nice to meet you. That's why Ruffner. Now ask me where am I from? And I'm Maslow into adenomas through NT, respond. Where are you from? N debited cadmium out to be quite as Ellie inhibit the collinear Arabic waste. Elie. Thank me and say that just because a little quiz, Ellie, mass, Ulama. 26. The Eastern Arabic of this section: The differences between Egyptian dialect and the western dialect of this section. Let's start with the differences in pronunciation. Dream about say Lebanon. Yeah, it's Lingnan, lib man, Lebanon. But in shammy dialect, especially in Lebanon. The US lobe man, Look man, just to replace that are e to letter. Oh, look man. Look none. So how bees a nationality put Y at the end, it will be logged many lobe man. Many means Lebanese. How big? The feminine Lebanese? Yeah. Put a at the end of the masculine form. Lobe. Many. Lobotomy. Lobotomy, remember the a at the end as pronounced as a loop. Nanny, nanny. Feminine, Egyptian. It'd be, must be, must be feminine. Syrian. Sorry, sorry. Feminine comedian. Kennedy. Kennedy, fe