FCA (fuS-Haa Classical Arabic) Level 1 Lesson 1 Spring Registration Open, Winter Semester In Session

This is level, one lesson one of fossa classical Arabic. Listen to this. Arabic conversation is in the next few minutes you will learn not only to understand this conversation. But to take part in it yourself, imagine an American man sitting next to a Syrian woman in someone's home.

He wants to begin a conversation. So he says, excuse me, the Arabic speaker is going to repeat this part by part, starting from the end. You are to repeat each part after him trying to make your pronunciation sound like his be. Sure to repeat out loud at the beginning is very common in Arabic, listen and repeat after the speaker trying to match his pronunciation. Ah, how do you say excuse me in Arabic AFA?

Now he wants to ask the woman if she understands English first the word, English, listen and repeat Zika. How do you say English al-inquilizia now imagine you are the American man speaking to the Syrian woman say, excuse me, AFA, you should repeat after the speaker gives the right response trying to make your pronunciation. Sound like his listen and repeat. Yeah. Now you want to ask her. Do you understand listen and repeat the word understand when addressing a woman mean, here's, how you say you when speaking to a woman, listen and repeat anti? Now, try to tell her you understand anti-tafine.

Do you remember how to say English? Al inclusive, tell her again, you understand auntie, Hamden here's, how you say to her, you understand English, listen and repeat antithesis. Did you hear the sound between the last two words? Read in Arabic has endings on most words, indicating parts of speech, verb, tense, etc. These endings are dropped at the end during speech, but they do occur when the word is in the middle of the sentence say, again, you understand English Antietam, meaning say together you understand English. Any statement can be made into a question.

Just by adding another sound in the beginning. Try to ask her. Do you understand? Excuse me, ask the woman if she understands English Eliza, the woman answers, no. Listen and repeat la, la. La.

How do you say, no, she says, no, sir just listen la. Yes, here's the word, sir or Mr, listen and repeat when addressing someone directly in Arabic. You add an attention grabbing particle first listen and repeat.

Yeah, yeah, ask her again, if she understands English Eliza now, listen and repeat part by part, first, the word understand addressed like man, here's how to say you when speaking to a man, listen and repeat anti, try to say to a man you understand anti and that. And how do you. Say, you understand to a woman anti-taframin say together, you're referring to a man and you're referring to a woman, how would she ask you? Do you understand remember you're? An American man, an ant of him.

And she says, excuse me, AFA here's, how she asks you do you understand English? Listen and repeat? Did you hear the ending on understand in the middle of the sentence? Speaking to a man say together, you understand English here's how to say, yes, listen and repeat say, yes and here's, the word, miss. Listen and repeat said, do you remember how to address a man directly? Yes, yeah.

And how do you say, yes, try to say to her directly, yes, miss. You want to say, I understand first the word I alone, listen and repeat Ana, Ana Anna. And now I understand Anna's what's, the word understand when referring to yourself effed. And how would you say I understand an afghan say the word I remain the same whether spoken by a man or a woman say, again, I understand an effed. Now try to say, I understand English pay. Attention to the endings say together, I understand, and you understand referring to a man, and how would you say to her? You understand now say I understand English say, excuse me, ask her do you understand?

Do you understand English? How does she answer? No, sir, yes.

Now she wants to say, I don't understand listen and repeat and Allah, no, you use the word no to make the sentence. Negative say, I don't understand and Allah Afghan. How would she say I don't understand English here's? The name of the Arabic. Language, listen and repeat Allah. How do you say excuse me in Arabic, AFA note that the beginning of the two words is the same say, Arabic, she says, I understand an afghan, how would she say I understand Arabic?

How does she say I don't understand English? She says, again, I understand Arabic. And how would she ask you? Do you understand Arabic? I don't understand Arabic say to the woman you understand Arabic another.

Now she says, excuse me, AFA since you're speaking to her in Arabic. She asks again, do you. Understand Arabic here's how to say a little listen and repeat lila.

I try to say I understand a little. And now she says, I don't understand English tell her I understand Arabic. Now the woman wants to ask if you are American, listen and repeat the word, American MRI, I, wiki, m. She wants to say, you're, American in Arabic, it's. You American try it, which part of that is you that refers to a man anti.

And how do you say you to a woman anti addressing you? She says, again, you are American anti. Now. She.

Says, excuse me, AFA, and how would she ask are you American anta Amrita. She asks do you understand Arabic? You could say, no, I don't understand instead, try to answer. I understand a little an AF. She asks do you understand English now, sit back and listen to an Arabic conversation. The same one you heard at the beginning of this lesson just a few minutes ago. Now, let's try a conversation imagine that you are sitting next to a Syrian woman.

You want to begin a conversation. So what do you say, AFA, Afghanistan, she doesn't answer try asking her. If she understands ask her if she understands Arabic, still no answer now ask her if she understands English, how does she tell you that?

No? She doesn't understand English? How does she ask you? If you understand Arabic tell her you understand a little? How does she ask you? If you are American antamriki she'll, ask you a question, try to answer it? Truthfully now she'll, ask you another question, answer it using the expression, a little of now try.

This conversation again, say, excuse me, miss a. She doesn't answer ask her. If she understands ask her if she understands Arabic, still, no answer now, ask her if she understands English, how does she tell you that she doesn't understand English addressing you directly? How does she ask you?

If you understand Arabic? How does she ask you? If you are American Matariki, tell her, yes, miss Nampa.

Said answer, her next two questions and that's true. Now you do know a little Arabic don't be concerned. If you.

Haven't made every response correctly all that you've learned here will be reviewed in future lessons. If you've done this lesson once before you're ready to move on to the next otherwise, you should invest another 30 minutes in doing this lesson over again. This is the end of lesson 1 and the end of today's lesson, this course, works most effectively when the lessons are done consecutively and on a daily basis for best results, please continue with the next lesson tomorrow.

Dated : 18-Apr-2022