Episode #14 of my series “9273 roots”: 20 questions for the man who makes Arabic texts talking: Yassir Abbasi.
The original masdar (الْمَصْدَر الأَصْلِيّ) – masdar asliy – is not the only masdar in Arabic. There is also a masdar mimy (الْمَصْدَر الْمِيمِيّ). What is the difference?
Google Home now also enters the abyss of learning Arabic. And that tiny device with the blinking lights is actually doing quite well. Let’s see how it works (and sounds).
Episode #13 of my series “9273 roots”: 20 questions for the man who speaks all the languages which the famous Middlebury Language School offers (except for Korean): Reginald Hefner
Yes, palindromes in Arabic exist. You can read it from right to left or from left to right – the letters are the same.