Seasons in Arabic
Do you know the Arabic words for summer, fall, winter and spring? It’s time to learn the seasons in Arabic with this free online lesson! Whether you’re making travel plans or chatting with Arabic-speaking friends and family, the seasons are handy to know.
What’s a good time of year to visit? Is it nicer to travel in autumn or spring? What are your friends doing for the summer vacation? Let’s find out!
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How to pronounce the seasons in Arabic...
In this lesson all gender specific words are in the masculine form.
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These seasons may vary slightly throughout Egypt. Some parts like Upper Egypt is extremely hot during summer and cold at night and they get rain during the period of October to March. As you go closer to the coast it is also hot during summer but pleasant at night. It rains a lot in winter. The most favorable season all over Egypt is spring between March 21st (Mother’s Day) and late June!
Make sure you know the names of the months as well, so you know exactly when it's hot or cold!
That’s it for now. I hope you enjoyed the lesson! If you want more lessons on Arabic time then I recommend these ones!
- Pronouncing the days of the week in Arabic.
- Want to organise a meeting in Arabic?
- All the months in Arabic.
- All about telling the time in Arabic.
!مع السلامة (Ma3a essalama!) Goodbye!
Amira Zaki: Rocket Arabic
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