How would you say then "The Arab boy is smart"? Thanks.
الوَلَدُ العَرَبيُ ذكيٌّ
Note that the final ٌ , the -un sound, can also be dropped white speaking, as is done by the text-to-speech voice in this course.
Great, thanks a lot! So, the difference is just adding definited articles.
Ah, so you'd add ال to the adjective as well as the noun? Thank you, that's really useful to know and not something I'd come across yet! شكرا!
Well done man
THE FONT FOR ARABIC LETTERS NEEDS TO BE MUCH BIGGER AND WHY ARE THE WORDS IN THIS EXERCISE UNDERLINED BY DOTS, WHICH CONFLICT WITH THE DIATRICS OR ACCENTS. PLEASE CHANGE SOON, IT'S VERY DISTRACTING.
The underlining dots let you know that you can hover over the word to get the translation. Yes, it can be distracting, but it's also very useful to learn new words.
Arabic وَلَد // Hebrew ילד (// Syriac ܝܠܖܐ), with the yod and waw being the only difference in consonants.
You took of a heart because of a capital a at the begining of the sentense?