Emotions in Arabic
How do you feel right now? Can you express your emotions in Arabic? How do you say you’re happy or surprised, worried or embarrassed? After this free Rocket Arabic lesson you’ll be able to talk about your feelings and those of the Arabic-speaking people around you. Perhaps this will even take your new friendships to the next level.
Appearing happy just to be polite isn’t always easy, especially if you’re tired or really busy. Now imagine being able to describe your emotions in Arabic… Look out world!
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Pronunciation help for expressing emotions in Arabic
In this newsletter all gender specific words will be in the masculine form.
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انا فرحان / انا مبسوط
Ana far7an / Ana mabsoot
انا مكسوف / انا محرج
Ana maksoof / Ana mo7rag
I'm in a hurry.
انا مرتاح البال
Ana merta7 elbal
I'm in love.
I feel sleepy
I am alright
That’s it for this lesson. I hope you enjoyed it.
Here are a few recommended Arabic lessons to try next!
- Looking for popular entertainment for going out in Arabic? Check out this lesson.
- Talking about your health in Arabic.
- Break the ice by talking about your hobbies in Arabic.
!مع السلامة (Ma3a essalama!) Goodbye!
Amira Zaki: Rocket Arabic
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