I love you in Arabic
How do you ask someone on a date or say I love you in Arabic? How do you tell someone they’re not your type, or you just want to be friends? After this free audio lesson you’ll know lots of useful words for dating in Arabic – after all, you don’t always know when those special (and not so special) moments might occur!
Listen to the native speakers on the audio, and practice saying the Arabic phrases aloud. Whether you’re dating or just making some friendly Arabic conversation, they might come in very useful.
Pronunciation help for dating in Arabic
As hard as you try, without helpful feedback your Arabic pronunciation is never going to be the same as a native speaker’s. If you've found it difficult to perfect the way you say Arabic words and phrases, this lesson will help you.
Use the blue button to play the audio tracks associated with I love you in Arabic. Then try recording yourself and compare your Arabic pronunciation with that of the native Arabic speaker. That’s right, with Rocket Arabic's voice recognition technology you can record your voice as many times as you need until your pronunciation matches the Arabic speaker!
And when you are ready test yourself using Testing (at the bottom of the page) and really power up your learning and recall.
In this lesson all gender specific words are in males talking to females.
What do you do when you meet someone and you realize that you are falling in love? Here are some phrases you might want to use…
If you want to confess your love to someone, just say
Hopefully the answer will be…
Going out for dates is still not socially accepted in Egypt. But youngsters often go out with their special friend.
If the date went successful you might want to say…
Some more useful phrases when spending time with the man or woman of your dreams…
If you are going out with someone who is not exactly what you were hoping for you could say…
That’s it for this lesson. I hope you enjoyed it.