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How to learn Tashahhud Learning tahiyyat with arabic text meaning

Assalamualaikum warahmatullah. Innal hamda lillah wassalatu wassalamu ala rasoolillah. My dear respected learners and viewers today I will be teaching one of the important invocations which is call Tashahhud. In this tutorial I will recite the Tashahhud part by part. So you can easily practice with me InshaaAllah. and I will show you the meaning of Tashahhud, so you can understand what you are reciting in your prayers. End of the tutorial I will recite the whole Tashahhud together, so you can easily practice with me again. The companion of beloved prophet Sallallahu alaihi wasallam said yuallimunatashahhuda.

Kama yuallimunal Quran. Prophet Sallallahu alaihi wasallam taught us Tashahhud as He taught us holy Qur’an, so we can understand from this hadith learning of Tashahhud is very important for us. We recite this Tashahhud end of the second Raka’t of our prayer when when we sit down. Without going further let’s get started. Please listen to me carefully and practice with me. MashaaAllah you have practice with me nicely, well done! Now I’m going to recite whole Tashahhud together, you can practice it again InshaaAllah. My dear learners I hope it does help to learn this Tashahhud easily, if you like this tutorial.

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Learn Arabic Words in English Lesson 1

Hello and welcome on this new Arabic series Where you can learn Arabic words in English I make this new series to help you each one To learn Arabic words I hope you find this New series useful and easy to understand Let’s get started This is the three words that we’re going to learn today. the first word parents is waledan waledan waledan the second word father is ab ab ab the third mother is I mean the third word is om om om so this is the informal words in the Arabic i mean waledan and ab and om.

I said this is informal words but you can also find some people using different and I am going to teach you the different words here you can see you can find some people saying alabaa for parents and waled for father and walidah for mother i’m gonna repit it alabaa alabaa alabaa waled waled waled waledah waledah waledah this three words is popular words in Arabic too but first three words is the informal words as I told you and this three words is popular words in Arabic you can find many people use these words too.

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Hello, future bilingual viewers! Today we are going to talk about the popular language program, the Pimsleur Approach. Stay tuned for the advantages and disadvantages of this system. Hopefully, this overview will help you decide if Pimsleur is right for you. What is the Pimsleur Approach Well, it is an audiobased language learning program that claims you can start learning a language in just 10 days. With 29 available languages, including French, Spanish, Italian, German, and Arabic, the Pimsleur Approach should have you striking up basic conversations in just over a week.

The courses took over forty years to develop and perfect. This approach does not require pen and paper, as the CDs are scientifically sequenced to stick with you after just one listen. What is so great about it Number 1 It utilizes a method called spaced repetition. Spaced repetition is when you are told a foreign language phrase and then told to repeat it. Then, you have to remember it and repeat the words again at different time intervals. The spaced repetition was created in 1932, so it’s nothing new. But it is an incredibly.

Efficient way to form new memories. Number 2 The Pimsleur Approach focuses on pronunciation. Through constant repetition and a breakdown of each word, your pronunciation will improve. This is great, as a word slightly mispronounced may mean something else entirely. Number 3 Audio based technology means you can take it anywhere. Well, anywhere you don’t feel silly talking to yourself. As learning a new language and driving both take a great deal of concentration, I wouldn’t suggest playing lessons in the car. Number 4 Lessons are short only 30 minutes each. There is only so much repetition one.

Can do before they tune out completely. The lessons each teach everyday language not tourist phrases in a short time span. These lessons are effective and just long enough to teach you while your full attention is being paid. Why isn’t it great Number 1 There are complaints that the program is boring. Why Well while effective, does spaced repetition sound thrilling to you That’s because it’s not. Repetition is proven to work, but it doesn’t make for riveting audio. Number 2 The ads are pretty obnoxious. The Pimsleur Approach advertisements are the ones that go on about language professors hating.

Them and learn a language in 10 days. The website is a little more clear when it says start learning a language in 10 days. Any program that tells you that you can learn something complex in a very short period of time is exaggerating. Number 3 The Pimsleur Approach uses only speaking lessons, not writing lessons. Some languages don’t offer reading lessons either. Therefore, it is best for those who want to focus on learning how to speak another language and who are auditory learners. Other language programs with writing and reading lessons have an edge for those language learners who.

Are visual. Also, as in America, many conversations are made up of informal language and slang. The Pimsleur Approach teaches formal language only. How much is it While the website will give you the too good to be true price of $9.95 for the first four CDs, the fine print will tell you that you are to receive a new course every 60 days. For each course you decide to keep, you will be billed four monthly payments of $64, or $256 total. Each course has a 30day trial subscription. If you choose to return a course, you will just have to pay for return shipping. A phone.

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Today we are visiting the Batu Caves and I will be getting some Henna drawn on my hands. Look at that. Ooh la lah. We have the finished masterpiece. It didn’t take the girl very long to do it. Now I have to let it dry for thirty minutes, peel it off and voila I have art. How much did that cost you This was ten Ringgit which is roughly three US dollars. Yeah, just a little bit more. That’s pretty cheap. All that for this. I’ve waited thirty minutes. The Henna is dry and it is starting to peel off now. Come take.

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Arabic sign language translation of Fix you Coldplay

When you try your best, but you don’t succeed When you get what you want, but not what you need When you feel so tired, but you can’t sleep Stuck in reverse And the tears come streaming down your face When you lose somthing you can’t replace When you love someone, but it goes to waste Could it be worse ! Light will guid you home and ignite your bones and I will try to fix you And high up above or down below When you’re too in love to let it go.

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Learn Arabic Lebanese lesson 1

Learn Arabic Lebanese Lesson one if u are a foreigner in Lebanon then you are in the right page. I am Hiba Najem and i will help you to learn lebanese before we begin the lebanese language is devided into two types the first one is used for writing and reading we wont learn it because we don’t use it we use the speaking language i will help you to learn it now to begin we will learn how to introduce ourselves hello how are you marhaba kifak for a man.

Marhaba kifik for a woman i need to tell you that marhaba is simply translated hi or bonjour so if you want to say hello you can use marhaba or you can use bonjour or hi everyone uses it everyone will understand you to continue marhaba kifak for a man Marhaba kifik for a woman my name is Maria i come from mexico isme maria jeye mnel mexic to study the arabic language edros aarabeh my name is Maria i come from Mexico to study the arabic language isme Maria jeye mnel Mexic.

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Learn English Listening Skills How to understand native English speakers

Hello and welcome everyone. This is Minoo at AngloLink. Today’s tutorial is all about listening comprehension. I have some interesting tips for you. This is particularly for those of you who still find it a little hard to understand native speakers or watching television in English or listen to the radio in English. I’ll be telling you about some specific aspects of the English sound system and some speech patterns that native speakers use that can make listening in English a little bit of a challenge by the end of this tutorial,.

You will have a really good understanding of where the difficulties that you might be facing come from and what you can do to overcome them and really improve your listening comprehension. So, when you’re ready, lets begin! Right! Today I’d like to share 3 keys with you that will really improve your listening comprehension of native speakers. Let’s look at what these 3 keys are. the first thing is to understand is what makes native speakers hard to understand. The second key is improving your own pronunciation. And the third key to improving your listening comprehension is.

Learning primarily with your ears rather than your eyes. Okay, lets start with understanding what makes native speakers hard to understand. They’re two main reasons for this. The first one is the great number of vowels and diphthongs in English. And some of these are very similar to each other. They’re many words where the consonants are exactly the same. And by changing the vowel sound the meaning changes. And when these vowel sounds are very similar and especially if one or the other doesn’t exist in your own language. This can make it.

Quite a challenge to understand a native speaker. Lets look at some examples. These are called minimal pairs by the way. Same consonants, different vowels. Minimal Pairs. Boat and Bought. Mad Mud. Hurt Heart Men Main Than Then. Bit Bet. Live Leave So, notice the only difference is the vowel or the diphthong and they can be very very similar. So, in connected speech they’re not easy to tell apart. This is the first reason why listening to English native speakers can be challenging. Now, lets look at the second reason.

The second reason is the way that native speakers shorten and link sounds. Let’s give you a quick example. Look at this sentence How is it going You would hear from a native speaker ‘how’zit going’ There are three specific speech patterns that all native speakers use. And I’m going to take you through them one by one. Speech pattern number one is contractions. Contracted verbs and negatives. You’re pretty familiar with these. I’m He’s They’ll We’ve Won’t Can’t etc. What is important to remember is that native speakers always use these patterns when they speak.

Except when they want to stress a point. That is why there’s a difference in tone and meaning between ‘O.K. I’ll do it.’ and ‘I will do it.’ ‘Nothing can stop me.’ When we use the contraction there’s no stress on the contracted form. There is no particular emotion. The other example, when you’ve used the full form, ‘I will do it’. you want to show determination. So, as using contractions is the norm rather than the exception in spoken English. I would recommend that you try and use them as much as possible yourself.

Firstly, you will sound more natural and secondly you’ll be able to hear them more easily when native speakers use them. Just be careful not to use contractions in formal writing. When you’re writing a letter, or a report, or an article. Always keep it to the full form. Keep the contractions for speaking. Moving onto speech pattern number two. Speech pattern number two is called week forms. Grammatical words, such as modal verbs, possessive adjectives, prepositions, etc. are seldom fully pronounced in a sentence. The vowel in them is reduced.

To a shorter vowel or disappears completely. Let’s look at some examples Here we have the modal verb ‘can’. In the sentence, it can sound like ‘kn’. The vowel disappears. ‘I kn ski.’ Let’s look at another example Possessive adjective ‘my’, very clear, in isolation, ‘my’. But in the sentence it sounds ‘Here’s me book.’ You can hardly hear it. And another example Preposition for. In the sentence the vowel is reduced to ‘fa’. ‘It’s fa you’. Now, you don’t need to use these week forms at all when you speak.

As your message will be even clear without using them. However, you do need to be aware of them and anticipate them when listening to a native speaker. Let’s look at speech pattern three. Which is phonetic links. Generally any word that starts with a vowel is linked to the previous word. And this makes it hard to hear each word distinctively. Let’s look at some examples ‘He works as an engineer.’ You’ve got three words that begin with vowel. ‘as’, ‘an’ and ‘engineer’. In connected speech they all run into each other.

‘He works sazanen gineer’. Second example Here you have four words that begin with vowel. is, interested, in, it and they all run into each other. ‘sheyisinterestedinit.’ And there’s a semi vowel y that links the vowel at the end of ‘she’ to the vowel at the beginning of ‘is’. Sheyis. And our third example Two words one ending with a ‘t’, the next one starting with a ‘t’, they run into each other, and then to words starting with a vowel. ‘an amazing’. Once again all this section runs into each other.

‘They wenttowanamazing place.’ And once again you have the semi vowel w that connects the vowels ‘to’ and ‘an’ to each other. Once again you don’t necessarily need to use these links when you speak as your message will be perfectly clear without them. However, you do need to be aware of them and anticipate them when you listen to native speakers. Now often, you get at least two of these speech patterns, sometimes even all three, in a row in a sentence. and that is when you can feel really challenged.

Let’s look at an example ‘He won’t accept it from me.’ You have the contraction ‘won’t’, you have two words beginning with a vowel ‘accept’ and ‘it’, and you have the preposition ‘from’. So, in connected speech you will hear ‘He won’tacceptit fromme.’ At this point you are probably asking yourself well what’s the best way to familiarize myself with the speech patterns I think the best way is transcribing audio files. If you already have a CD of dialogues, with transcripts, then listen to the dialogues and write them out.

And then compare what you have written with the transcript. If you do not have such CD’s, I recommend AngloFiles 104 and 108 from AngloLink’s selection of audio files that you can access on our website. anglolink These are selections of daily dialogues and business dialogues which you can listen to and transcribe, and then check what you’ve written against the transcripts on the site. This will really improve your listening comprehension of native speakers and at the same time will help you to activate loads of useful functional expressions. Now, if you have never studied the English sound system, if you’ve never.

Studied pronunciation on its own, I strongly recommend our AngloFile 117. In this AngloFile, you will have a complete list of all the vowels, of all the diphthongs, all the consonants in English that you can practice. It also has loads of minimal pair exercises that will help you to distinguish vowel sounds that are similar from each other. It also has a section on the speech patterns we’ve looked at. You can listen to weak forms, contractions and phonetic links, and transcribe them. This will be really really helpfull if you have not familiarised yourself.

With the English sound system yet. Now if you want, you can do a transcription exercise now by clicking on this image. If you prefer to continue listening to the presentation, you will have the chance at the end of the presentation to do it then. Right. So, once you’ve familiarised yourself with the English sound system and also know how native speakers shorten and link sounds. The next step is to improve your own pronunciation. Clearly, if you’re mispronouncing a word because you learnt it by reading, and guessed how it was pronounced,.

Then it is likely that you will not catch it when you hear it. There’re two common traps, if you have guessed the pronunciation of a word by by reading it. The first common pronunciation trap is. believing that two words with the same spelling will have the same sound. Let’s give you an example If you think that the combination letters ‘e’ and ‘a’ always sound like i as in ‘jean’ then you will miss pronounce the following words ‘Great’, ‘Hear’ ‘Learn’ ‘Instead’ This is the best example of the same combination of letters.

‘ea’ having five different sounds. Another tricky letter is the letter ‘u’. If you imagine that the letter ‘u’ always sounds like u as in ‘put’. You will mispronounce the two following words ‘Judge’ and ‘Furious’ because that the letter ‘u’ is sometimes u many times. and occasionally. Okay, let’s look at the second comment pronunciation trap. Which is word stress. In many languages the strength of your voice is spread equally among the syllables in a word. In English however, if you have more than one syllable in your word, you have to decide.

Which syllable or syllables take the stress of your voice. And which ones are destressed. Let’s look at an example Here’s a word with four syllables. Now, let’s decide which syllable takes the stress. Is it the first one ‘DEvelopment’. Is it the second one ‘deVElopment’. The third one ‘deveLOPment’. Or the last syllable ‘developMENT’. In this case it’s the second syllable ‘deVElopment’. Now, you couldn’t know that unless you have heard the word many many times. Let’s look at the second example Let’s look at these two words. They seem very similar in their spelling. So, you would expect them to have the.

Same rythms, the same music, the same word stress. However, in the first one, it’s the second syllable that’s stressed. And in the second one it’s the first syllable. And that changes the pronunciation completely. The first word is ‘proPose’. And the second word is ‘Purpose’. So, what is the conclusion of the examples we’ve looked at At the pronunciation traps we’ve looked at Well the conclusion is that you have to avoid guessing how a word is pronounced. Always check the pronunciation of the words that your learning. Either ask someone.

Or use a talking dictionary. Talking dictionaries are now widely available on the internet and you can listen to the word several times and with some of them you can even record your own voice, and compare your pronunciation with a model, which is an excellent exercise. Again, you don’t need to be a hundred percent correct in your own pronunciation to be understood. But if you have not heard the correct pronunciation of a word enough times your risk not catching it when it is spoken by a native speaker,.

In a stream of other words, with phonetic links and weak forms surrounding it. So, do work on your own pronunciation. It’s an important key to improving your listening comprehension. And finally to the third key, improving you’re listening comprehension. Learn primarily with your ears rather than your eyes. Now you have a better understanding of why native speakers are not always easy to understand. Especially if you have learnt your English out of a book. It’s for the simple reason that what you see is not what they say. Therefore, the best way to learn new words and expressions is by first.

Hearing them then seeing them in writing. So, here are some final hints on how to use your ears instead of your eyes. Listen to audio books rather than read the printed version of the book. Listen to the radio and watch programs and films in English as much as possible. Even if at first your understand very little, this is a great exercise to tune your ears into the sounds rhythm and music of the language. You will be surprised how quickly you will start to hear and understand more.

And more. If you’re using a coursebook, work more with the accompanying CD than the book itself. And finally, if you’re using a word you have learnt by reading and have never heard it before, make sure you check the pronunciation. To give you more tools to improve your listening comprehension and pronunciation, we have recorded all the grammar exercises that you have access to on anglolink These are available as audio files. And they ensure that you also learn the correct pronunciation and intonation of the important structures and the useful expressions.

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Learn Arabic Words in English Lesson 1

Hello and welcome on this new Arabic series Where you can learn Arabic words in English I make this new series to help you each one To learn Arabic words I hope you find this New series useful and easy to understand Let’s get started This is the three words that we’re going to learn today. the first word parents is waledan waledan waledan the second word father is ab ab ab the third mother is I mean the third word is om om om so this is the informal words in the Arabic i mean waledan and ab and om.

I said this is informal words but you can also find some people using different and I am going to teach you the different words here you can see you can find some people saying alabaa for parents and waled for father and walidah for mother i’m gonna repit it alabaa alabaa alabaa waled waled waled waledah waledah waledah this three words is popular words in Arabic too but first three words is the informal words as I told you and this three words is popular words in Arabic you can find many people use these words too.

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Hello guys, welcome to the lesson 2. We are going to cover four alphabets today. Now, in the last tutorial I said that we would cover long vowels, but we would cover them later, right Now, see, I am going to make several short tutorials covering three or four alphabets, right I can make a single tutorial covering all the alphabets but the thing is that understanding Urdu alphabets is really important. Some say that there are thirtysix alphabets, some say there are fortyeight alphabets in Urdu, but the thing is that there are a lot more sounds in Urdu than other languages of.

The world. In fact, here I am holding a book written by Meer Insha Ullah Khan Insha, and the name is DaryaeLatafat , in which he says that Urdu has around eightyfive or more sounds, right And we should have that much alphabets. But, I don’t think that we need to have that much. The thing is that just, the thing is that there are eightfive or more sounds in Urdu language. So, understanding the alphabets, first of all, is really important, right Just like, as in English, there are twentysix.

Alphabets but with the combination of few alphabets like ‘s’ and ‘h’, they get sound with ‘c’ and ‘h’, they get t or k sound, right Similarly, they are going to be a lot more sounds in Urdu. Urdu is one of the richest languages of the world, right I want you to be patient. I want you to be respectful to the to this language, right So, today, we would just learn four alphabets. And let’s start. Ok guys, the first alphabet for today. It’s called ‘Jeem’. Right.

‘Jeem’ ‘Jeem’ and the sound which it makes is d, d as in the words ‘Angel’ and ‘Jack’, right And how will it sound with all those short vowels ‘Ja’, ‘Ji’, ‘Ju’, right Ok. The next alphabet is of the same shape, just with two more diamonds, right in the belly, right. So and it sounds like t and is called ‘Chay’. te Basic sound t. With short vowels ‘cha’, ‘chi’, ‘chu’. As in the words ‘chair’ or ‘chocolate’. I love chocolates! Right Now, the next alphabet. One thing, don’t be adding the breath as I have told you in the previous tutorial.

No ‘Ch’. t, t with no breath at all. The next alphabet is of the same shape, it’s just that it has no diamonds in it. Right And is called ‘Hay’. he And it makes this sound the ‘h’ sound h or h As in the words ‘here’ or ‘house’. One thing, the Arabs because there are a lot of Arabic The script is Arabic and there are a lot of Arabic words. Now this the Arabs say which is represented by this But we can’t produce this sound the people of subcontinent .

No, we can’t say that. So, we just use the h normal sound which in Arabic has this, right h It is also in Urdu. We would cover it when the time shall come. The last alphabet for today is again of the same shape. It’s just that it has a diamond above its head, and it sounds x, x. x and is called ‘Khay’. Now, this sound is not in English. But, there is a word in Scottish English in which they say that this ‘ch’ makes this x sound. ‘Loch’ or ‘loch’. I don’t know.

How to pronounce it, but it makes this x sound. If you have a German friend, this sound is there in German, ask him to help you. The German ‘ch’ sound. It has two sounds. One is , like in the words mi or ‘Milch’, right But it’s the sound which this ‘ch’ makes, but it makes another sound in German which is x, right That is the sound x, not the. So, if you have a German friend, ask him to help you make this sound. What happens is that x the tongue is going.