The colours الألوان

In the Arabic language, there are masculine , feminine and plural for the main colours Red أحْمَر Ahmar ( m) حَمْرا Hamra (f ) حُمْر Homer (pl) White أبْيَض Abyad ( m) بَيضا Baydaa (f) بِيض Byeed (pl ) Black اسوِد Eswed (m ) سُودا Swodaa (f ) سُود Sood ( pl ) Yellow أصْفَرContinue reading “The colours الألوان”

How to say I want

I want (masculine ) ana ayez أنا عايز I want (feminine) ana ayzah أنا عايزة For Examples: If the speaker is a male I want water أنا عايزة مية  ana ayaez mayah I want tea.   أنا عايزة شاي  ana ayaez shai I want Pepsi. أنا عايزة بيبسي    ana ayaez pepsi  I want a book. أنا عايزةContinue reading “How to say I want”

Numbers up to 10

How to say Arabic numbers Zero صِفر sefr One واحِد wahed Two اتنين etnaen Three تَلاتة talata Four اربَعة arbaa Five خَمْسة khamsah Six سِتَّه sittah Seven سَبَعةَ sabaah Eight تَمانية tamanyah Nine تِسعة tesah Ten عَشَرة Ashara Be careful about the pronunciation of the letter ع . There is no equivalent in English ,Continue reading “Numbers up to 10”

Egyptian greetings

salamu alikum  سلام عليكُم  peace be upon you alikum essalam  عليكُم السلام  (reply) ezzayak  ازيَّك   how are you (for masculine) ezzayik ازَيِّك    how are you (for female) kwayyes كويس  good kwayyesa     كويسة  good (for female ) enta menaeen انت مِنين؟  where are you from ? (for male) enti menaeen? انتي منين؟ where are you from?Continue reading “Egyptian greetings”