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  • In the Arabic language “My name is” is simply said using one word: “Ismy.” Pronounced Iss-me, the word primarily comes from the word “Issm” (name)...

    Arabic Lesson #4 – My name is

    In the Arabic language “My name is” is simply said using one word: “Ismy.” Pronounced Iss-me, the word primarily comes from the word “Issm” (name)...

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  • “Insha-Allah”, pronounced In-shaa-ull-luh, is an Arabic phrase used to say “If Allah wills”. “Insha”, meaning if he wills, and Allah, is the name of God in...

    Arabic Lesson #3 – Insha’Allah

    “Insha-Allah”, pronounced In-shaa-ull-luh, is an Arabic phrase used to say “If Allah wills”. “Insha”, meaning if he wills, and Allah, is the name of God in...

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  • Shukran pronounced Shook-run, is the Arabic word for Thank you. When people want to show more appreciation they say Shukran Jazilan. Jazilan, pronounced Jaz-ee-lan, means...

    Arabic Lesson #2 – Shukran

    Shukran pronounced Shook-run, is the Arabic word for Thank you. When people want to show more appreciation they say Shukran Jazilan. Jazilan, pronounced Jaz-ee-lan, means...

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  • As many of you may know, Egypt’s native language is Arabic. Arabic is indeed a difficult language to learn. From now on there will be...

    Arabic Lesson #1 – Greetings

    As many of you may know, Egypt’s native language is Arabic. Arabic is indeed a difficult language to learn. From now on there will be...

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  • About the Nile River Did you know that Egypt has the longest river in the world? Yes, the Nile River! Many people ask the question,...

    The Nile River

    About the Nile River Did you know that Egypt has the longest river in the world? Yes, the Nile River! Many people ask the question,...

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  • As many of you know, Egypt is an Islamic country. Yet Christmas is celebrated every year by its large Coptic Christian population who have been...

    Christmas in Egypt

    As many of you know, Egypt is an Islamic country. Yet Christmas is celebrated every year by its large Coptic Christian population who have been...

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