List of Words and Sentences in the Arabic course; up to first checkpoint!
Hi there! I thought it might be useful to create a list of the words and sentences taught in the Arabic course. I hope you it's helpful! So here's a full (at least all that I encountered) list of all the words, up to the first checkpoint!
Please let me know if there are any mistakes as I'm not a native Arabic speaker. Thanks! :-)
I've also added all the words taught to the Duolingo wiki. Feel free to take a look at that as well as I've done the words up to and including At Home 1: https://duolingo.fandom.com/wiki/Arabic_Skill:At_Home_1
- No words, just sounds.
Lesson 4 Words
- بوب = Bob - male name
- جورج = George - male name
- رَواد = Rawad - male name
- كَري = Carrie - female name
- جودي = Judy - female name
- روزا = Rosa - female name
- وَ = and
- كَري وَبوب = Carrie and Bob
- جورج وَرَواد = George and Rawad
- روزا وَجودي = Rosa and Judy
- جودي وَبوب = Judy and Bob
- بوب وَروزا = Bob and Rosa
Lesson 5 Words
- كوبا = Cuba - Caribbean country
- كوريا = Korea - East Asian country
- بيرو = Peru - South American country
- باكو = Baku - capital of Azerbaijan
- داكار = Dakar - capital of Senegal
- جوبا = Juba - capital of South Sudan
- ريجا = Riga - capital of Latvia
- داكار وَجوبا = Dakar and Juba
- كوبا وَبيرو = Cuba and Peru
- جوبا وَباكو = Juba and Baku
- ريجا وَداكا = Riga and Dakar
- باكو وَريجا = Baku and Riga
- كوريا وَبيرو = Korea and Peru
- كوريا وَكوبا = Korea and Cuba
Lesson 5 Words
- بَيت = house - masculine
- باب = door - masculine
- كَراج = garage - masculine
- جاكيت = jacket - masculine
- كَبير = big - masculine
- جَديد = new - masculine
- مُمتاز = amazing - masculine
- كَراج كَبير = a big garage
- جاكيت كَبير = a big jacket
- بَيت كَبير = a big house
- جاكيت مُمتاز = an amazing jacket
- باب مُمتاز = an amazing door
- بَيت مُمتاز = an amazing house
- كَراج مُمتاز = an amazing garage
- كَراج جَديد = a new garage
- باب جَديد = a new door
- كَراج وَبَيت = a garage and a house
- باب وَجاكيت = a door and a jacket
Lesson 3 Words
- دَجاج = chicken - masculine
- سَمَك = fish - masculine
- زَوج = husband - masculine
- جار = neighbor - masculine
- بارِد = cold - masculine
- كَريم = generous - masculine
- عادي = regular - masculine
- سَمَك بارِد = cold fish
- دَجاج بارِد عادي = regular cold chicken
- جار مُمتاز = an amazing neighbor
- زَوج كَريم = a generous husband
- جار كَريم = a generous neighbor
- بَيت عادي = a regular house
- جاكيت عادي = a regular jacket
I hope this helps you with your Arabic learning! Let me know if you'd like me to make another post soon with words and sentences taught up to the 2nd checkpoint! Feel free to take a look at the Duolingo wikia too: https://duolingo.fandom.com/wiki/Arabic
Thanks so much! ^-^
ps. You might wanna look at Korea in the Alphabet 3 lesson 5 words. You wrote is as this: بَي = Korea but it's actually كوريا
It’s much more efficient to just read cffuk2018’s notes here than to do the game.
It makes one realize the DuoLingo is a weird way to study
Duolingo isn't really designed for memorisation, either of letter sounds or vocabulary. The sentences here are very basic so would arguably be better suited to a flashcard platform like Memrise or Quizlet. But once you get to the point of building more complex sentences out of words you (mostly) already know, that's where Duolingo really comes into its own - it's the best existing platform for learning grammar and syntax, IMO, at least of the ones that are available for free.
Thanks for this and the wiki. I personally study words and other stuff on Quizlet so I made one from all words/expressions you've written in your wiki (the app uses spaced repetition and offers many ways to study- preferred modes are Learn and Flashcards). It's open to everyone: https://quizlet.com/414267895/duolingo-arabic-flash-cards/ Note: There may be errors and the photos used are a bit stereotypical
Wow, thank you for posting this! I keep saving notes myself and therefore know how hard it is to copy the tiny rtl-font characters and edit them with ltr Latin-font editors. Also a big thank you for adding the gender to the nouns! Unfortunately that info is missing in a lot of courses here on Duolingo.
If I may ask, which Arabic country's keyboard did you choose for typing? On my Window's computer, it lists 15 different keyboards from which to choose. Will we have to type in Arabic in this course, do you know yet?
Thank you for making a vocabulary list for the class!
I picked the Saudi Arabia keyboard and it matches our needs perfectly. It’s a common layout
Thank you very much and congrats for your initiative. Sometimes I got lost with the sentences.
I think it will be very useful. Me pensas ke to esos tre utila. Je pense que ce sera très utile.