I established this website to promote education, help students in my community learning the Arabic language as a second language and to post our community cultural activities online.. Serving my community, immigrants, schools, universities, professionals, researchers and others who are interested in learning Arabic and studying Arabic and Islamic cultures.
Dear all, I would like to recommend this science show for your students and your families to visit. It is a good opportunity for kids to do field trips to this show to learn untold stories from the golden age of civilization and age of innovation specially the middle school students, helping students to understand how was the beginning of science and inventions for what we have today already has been started at Michigan Science Center from Oct. 7,2017 to Jan. 7, 2018. 1001inventions takes visitors on an inspirational journey through a colorful and creative period of a golden age of civilization that stretched from Spain to China beginning in the 7th century. Through the inspiring scientific and cultural achievements of pioneering men and women of various faiths and cultures during the golden age of Muslim Civilization and their contributions to our modern world, 1001 Inventions promotes intercultural dialogue, diversity, and social cohesion.
With more than 60 exhibits, 1001 Inventions is an engaging and educational experience and includes an award-winning introductory film starring Sir Ben Kingsley. The exhibit aims to inspire young people to study and pursue careers in science while sparking creativity and innovation.
Highly successful 1001 Inventions exhibitions have premiered in many cities around the world including London, Washington DC, Doha, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Los Angeles, Kuwait, Jeddah, Sao-Paulo, Kuala Lumpur, United Nations, New York, British Parliament and UNESCO’s headquarters in Paris.
اخبار ثقافية للجميع ولطلاب المدارس بشكل خاص في ولاية ميتشيجن
Michigan Science Center
الآن في مركز ميتشيجن للعلوم يقام معرض الاختراعات الاسلامية 1001 وننصحكم بزيارة هذا المعرض حيث يعتبر فرصة لكم ولاولادكم ولطلاب المدارس لمشاهدة ومعرفة تاريخ العرب والمسلمين وعرض شخصيات من التاريخ العربي والاسلامي وكيف ساهم العرب والمسلمون في صنع الحضارة الانسانية للعالم اجمع حتى وصلت الينا كما نشاهدها في العصر الحديث ..
سيستمر المعرض حتى 7 يناير 2018
عنوان مركز ميتشيجن للعلوم
5020 John R St, Detroit, MI 48202
Welcome to Learn Arabic Language Website . تعلم اللغة العربية معنا
Arabic Alphabet and The Forms of Alphabetical Letters الحروف الهجائية العربية
رياض Riyadh = Riyadh , نوال Nawal = Nawal , القمر alqamar = moon , أحمد Ahmad = Ahmad alifsounds like (a)as in ( apple , accept , car ). Always alif is not connected / not attached to any letter from the left.
ب ( بـ ، ـبـ ، ـب ، ب ) بـيت ، جـبـل ، عـنـب، باب
باب bab = door , عنب enab = grape , جبل jabal = mountain , بيت bayt = home/house baa sounds like(b , p)as in ( boy, book, panda, probably, problem ). ت ( تـ ، ـتـ ، ـت ، ت ) تـفاح ، كـتاب ، بيـت ، بيوت
بيوت boyot = homes/houses , بيت bayt = home/house , كتاب kitab = book , تفاح tuffah = apples taasounds like(t)as in ( tea , tailor, pet ). ث ( ثـ ، ـثـ ، ـث ، ث ) ثعـبان ، مـثـلـث ، محراث
درج daraj = stairs, ثلج thalj = ice , شجرة shajarah = tree , جمل jamal = camel jeem sounds like ( j )as in ( jeep , job , gym ) stands in Arabic for 2 different letters in English J and G. ح ( حـ ، ـحـ ، ـح ، ح ) حـسن ، بـحـر ، ملح ، تمساح
تمساح temsah = alligator/crocodile , ملح milh = salt , بحر bahr = sea, حسن Hasan = Hasan haasounds like(h) as in ( happy, hug ) with a little accent/stress or amplifier makes the sound has a strong pronunciation. خ ( خـ ، ـخـ ، ـخ ، خ ) خـروف ، نـخـلة ، بطيخ ، خوخ
خوخ khoukh = peach , بطيخ battikh = watermelon , نخلة nakhlah = palm , خروف kharoof = sheep khaa sounds like ( kh,ch ) as in ( khaki, Bach, Khaled ), this letter خ has no similar in English...By the way the word Mocha or Mokha in ( Mocca Coffee ) has this sound and originally it is an Arabic word for the name of the city in Yemen called Mokha used to export the finest Arabic Yemeni coffee to the whole world many years ago. د ( د ، ـد ، د ) دب ، وردة ، هـدية ، قرد
قرد qird = monkey , هدية hadiyah = gift , وردة wardah = rose , دب dub/dob = bear dallsounds like(d)as in ( dog , bad , glad ). Always dall is not connected / not attached to any letter from the left. ذ ( ذ ، ـذ ، ذ ) ذرة ، رذاذ ، جـذر ، معاذ
معاذ muath = muath , جذر jethr = root , رذاذ rathath = spray , ذرة thurah = corn thallsounds like(th)as in ( the , than, although , further , there ). Always thall is not connected / not attached to any letter from the left. ر ( ر ، ـر ، ر ) ريش ، أرنب ، جـرس ، فأر
مرض maradh = sickness , مريض mareedh = patient , أخضر akhdar = green , ضفدع thefdah = frog Daad( strong accent sound maybe close to D sound ), this letter is unique in Arabic and has no similar letters in any language.The Arabic linguistics scholars call the Arabic Language : the language of this letter ض because it is/it's unique.
خيوط khoyot = threads, خيط khayt = thread, مطر mattar = rain, طريق tareek = road taasounds like ( t ) approximately ت with a fat/strong pronunciation. ظ ( ظ ، ـظـ ، ـظ ، ظ ) ظـرف ، مـظــلة ، حظ ، محظوظ
محظوظ = Mahthoth = lucky, حظ hath = luck, مظلة methallah = umbrella, ظرف tharf = envelope thaasounds like ( tha ) approximately close to (ذ ) thall letter. ع ( عـ ، ـعـ ، ـع ، ع ) عـين ، شعـر ، ربيع ، ضفدع
ضفدع thefdaa = frog, ربيع rabie = spring, شعر shaar = hair, عين ayn = eye ayn/ainsounds like these vowels( a, e, i, o, u, ei, ea, ou ) approximately . غ ( غـ ، ـغـ ، ـغ ، غ ) غـزال ، ببغاء ، صمغ ، فارغ
صوف souf = wool, صيف saif = summer, مفتاح meftah = key, فيل feel = elephant faasounds like ( f ) as in ( food , fair , friend ). ق ( قـ ، ـقـ ، ــق ، ق ) قـمر ، بـقـرة ، طريـق ، طرق
طرق turuq = roads, طريق tareeq = road, بقرة bakarah = cow, قمر qamar = moon qaaf / kaafsounds like ( q , c , k ) as in ( Quran , Kuran, Couran, quarter ). ك ( كـ ، ـكـ ، ـك ، ك ) كـتاب ، مـكتب ، ملـك ، ملوك
ملوك mulook = kings, ملك malik = king, مكتب maktab = office, كتاب kitab = book kaafsounds like ( k , c , q ) as in ( key, course, quality, kid ). ل ( لـ ، ـلـ ، ــل ، ل ) لـيمون ، مـلـح ، جبـل ، جبال
جبال jibal = mountains, جبل = mountain, ملح milh = salt, ليمون laymon = lemon laamsounds like ( L ) as in ( light , milk , life , fill ). م ( مـ ، ـمـ ، ـم ، م ) مـطار ، نـمـر ، قلـم ، غـيوم
غيوم ghoyom = clouds, قلم kalam = pen, نمر namer = tiger, مطار mattaar = airport meemsounds like ( m ) as in ( man , memory , miss ). ن ( نـ ، ـنـ ، ــن ، ن ) نـخلة ، مصـنع ، لبـن ، عـيون
عيون uyon = eyes, لبن laban = milk, مصنع masnaa = factory, نخلة nakhlah = palm noonsounds like ( n ) as in ( nam , run , nanny , nominee ). هـ ( هـ ، ـهـ ، ـه ، ه ) هـدهـد ، سهـير ، منبـه ، شفاه
شفاه shefah = lips, منبه munabeh = alarm, سهير Suheer = Suheer , هدهد hudhud = woodpecker haasounds like ( h ) as in ( hat, head, inhale, enhance ). و ( و ، ـو ، و ) وردة ، رويدا ، دلـو ، عمرو
عمرو Amr = Amr, دلو dalaw = bucket, رويدا Roaida = Roaida, وردة wardah = rose waw / wowsounds like ( w , o ) as in ( one,we,how,wolf,woman,wish ) and sometimesstands as these vowel sounds ( O and U or ou and ua ) as in(superسوبر , quartzكوارتز , court كورت , cornerكورنر),the Arabic words here represnt thesounds of English words only and they are not representing the meanings or synonyms of these words, you can notice those sounds clearly when you read or write Arabic words. Always wow is not connected / not attached to any letter from the left. ي ( يـ ، ـيـ ، ـي ، ي ) يـد ، ياسمـيـن ، سامي ، نادي
نادي nady = club, سامي Sami = Sami, ياسمين Yasmin = Yasmin, يد yad = hand
yaasounds like ( y , u , a , e , i ) sounds, as in ( Yemen,United,you,yard,unique,yellow,use,yet ) and sometimes as ( e, ee, i, ea, ai, ia ) sounds as in ( mercey, deep, fine, midnight, rear, main , indiana , FIAT ).
THESE ARE THE FORMS/SHAPES OF the ARABIC LETTERS AS UPPER CASE AND LOWER CASE IN ENGLISH, however, we don't have upper case letters and lower case letters in Arabic and just to make these forms easier to learn, I compare them to the upper and lower cases in English to help you REMEMBER THEM WHEN YOU READ ANY ARABIC WORD OR SENTENCE.
The red color of each letter in all Arabic words above shows you how the main Arabic letter comes at the beginning as initial, middle and the end of any Arabic word.
The Social Studies Help Center , Learn Arabic : Those who attempt to learn Arabic are probably familiar with the specific challenges associated with learning this language. One of the greatest challenges that students of Arabic are faced with has to do with the script. The Arabic language has an alphabet that contains 28 letters. Most students find that it does not take long to learn the Arabic alphabet. However, each letter has four different forms. The form that is used depends on whether the letter comes at the beginning, middle, or end of a word. Learning the different letter variations can be a challenge for students. Another characteristic of Arabic that may confound students at first has to do with how books are written and read. In Arabic, books are read from the right to the left.
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