There's more than one way to say 'I have'. Listen to this short clip where Mona explains some of the different ways to express it in Arabic.
Possessives are something you'll need right away when starting Arabic in order to describe who owns what. Listen to Mona explain how it's done.
In Arabic, nouns are either masculine or feminine. Listen to this audio lesson where Mona explains masculine/feminine gender agreement.
Today you're going to hear how to describe a time when something happens in Moroccan Arabic (using 'when' as a relative adverb).
Today you're going to hear 10 common superlatives in Moroccan Arabic.
Today you're going to hear how to say more and less in Moroccan Arabic.
In this lesson you'll learn how to say 'before' in Moroccan Arabic (both before a noun and a verb).
Today you’re going to learn how to say that something looks like something in Moroccan Arabic.
In this lesson you'll learn how to say 'after' in Moroccan Arabic (both before a noun and a verb).
Today you’re going to learn how to say 'even if' and 'even though' in Moroccan Arabic.