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English to Arabic Dictionary

Ever worry about offendnig someone by calling them a cow when you meant to say good morning? That sorta explains where I’m at. Fortunately, I found a nice little English to Arabic Dictionary … with real audio even.

Beautiful language, once you learn how to use the back of your throat and growl out some of the more difficult consonants. Best done before you eat crackers.

Saba’a AlKair! Time for some (really) strong coffee, a shower and then off to tour in and about Amman.

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2 thoughts on “English to Arabic Dictionary

  1. Sparticus

    The tricky one is the Ghh sound. Y’know the one where you have to pull out the lining of your throat to say it properly. Now that’s a really letter.

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