In Arabic, the number 8 – ثَمَانٍ – has some tricky subtleties. We delve deep into the rules and see what the classic grammarians have to say about them.
This month (11/23) in Media Arabic Booster: The verb احتضر and a translation of "The importance of documenting all the Israeli crimes" (al-Quds al-Arabi)
Many of you may have heard of ChatGPT. There is a lot of praise for the new AI tool. So, how well does it do in Arabic? Our guest author, Lisa Schor, ran a few queries in Arabic and found interesting results.
Al-Jazeera offers a grammar test. There are a couple of pitfalls. So, reason enough to take a look at the most important Arabic grammar topics.
Episode #23 of "9273 roots": An interview with Sami Morcos - the man who created a great website that converts any number into Arabic text.
Numbers in the Arabic language are like solving mathematical equations. But there is good news: a new online tool - which is of great help to learn the rules: arabic.ba
Several tools (desktop and mobile apps) can convert numbers into written Arabic text. Some recommendations.
Numbers in Arabic are like solving mathematical puzzles. If you like logical games, this is perfect for you. In the end it just comes down to two major steps.
The Arabic word for "ten" - عشر - doesn't always get the same vowels. Therefore, it is pronounced differently. Why? You need to check the gender.