After today’s audio lesson you’ll know the parts of the body in Arabic. In case you ever need to go to the doctor or hospital, you'll need to know what you're talking about - some basic medical Arabic for your language survival kit!
Listen to the Arabic audio and follow the pronunciation, and when you're ready, practice saying the Arabic words aloud.
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Listen to the Arabic audio and follow the pronunciation, and when you’re ready, practice saying the words aloud.
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When describing physical pain, its useful to know a few expressions that might get you some help when you need it!
انا عندي صداع
Ana 3andi Soda3
I have a headache
I have a backache
I have a stomach ache
Let's hope you never have to use these phrases but at least you'll know what to say! Here are a few recommended Arabic lessons to try next!
!مع السلامة (Ma3a essalama!) Goodbye!
Amira Zaki: Rocket Arabic
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