Numbers in Arabic are like solving mathematical puzzles. If you like logical games, this is perfect for you. If you hate mathematics, there is good news: In the end it just comes down to two major steps.
If you see a Hamza at the end of the word, you have to watch out. In the example of the Arabic word for "sky", it has to do with the last root letter.
The Arabic word hundred is written مِائَة – but pronounced like مِئَة (me'a). Why is that?
Native Arabic speakers make certain mistakes in Arabic. The Arabic word for never is often used in the wrong way.
Many students are confused why words like هذا, ذلك or لكن are ritten with a dash (dagger Aleph). Should they be pronounced with a long vowel ("aa")? Yes.