How To Count To 10 In Arabic

How to Count to 10 in Arabic

Learning to count to 10 in a new language is always a great way to start learning the basics of Arabic. If you’re hoping to learn Arabic, then you’re in luck—counting to 10 is actually quite easy! In this blog post, we’ll take you through each number and show you how to say it in Arabic. By the end, you’ll be able to count from 1 all the way to 10 in Arabic like a pro!

So here is How to Count to 10 in Arabic

1 = واحد (wahed)

2 = اثنان (ithneen)

3 = ثلاثة (thalaatha)

4 = أربعة (arbaa’a)

5 = خمسة (khamsa)

6 = ستة (sitta)

7 = سبعة (saba’a)

8 = ثمانية (thamaaniya)

9 = تسعة (tisa’ a)

10 = عشرة (a’shra)

Examples:

  1. I have 3 houses = indee thalath boyout
  2. I live in apartment number 6 = Askun fee bait raqam sitta
  3. Five plus three equals eight = khamsa zaaid thalatha yusaawi thamaaniya

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Conclusion

Counting to 10 in Arabic is actually pretty simple once you know the basic format for each number. The numbers differ from English, but with a little bit of practice, you’ll be able to count fluently in Arabic in no time! If you’re just starting out learning this beautiful language, we recommend checking out some of our other Arabic language blogs for tips and tricks to get you started. Good luck!

FAQs:

Q: Is it difficult to count in Arabic?

A: Not necessarily. While the numbers may look a bit unfamiliar at first, once you learn the simple patterns that are used for each number, it becomes fairly easy to count up to 10 and beyond.

Q: How can I practice counting in Arabic?

A: There are many techniques to practice when you are learning a new language, here are some:

  • Write down the new numbers/words a few times
  • Make sentences using the new numbers. For example, you can say: I have 3 sons = Indee thalath awlaad
  • use it as often as you can, especially at the beginning.

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