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Although each language has an enormous wealth of vocabulary, we don’t need to learn all the dictionary to be able to communicate in any given language. Just 20% of the words in a language make up to 80% of the conversations we face in our daily life. By focusing on that 20%, you can have a solid base and the ability to keep improving and developing yourself.
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Mahmoud Yacoub is an author with the pen name of Adam Yacoub, graduated from Al-Azhar University, which is considered the oldest continuously functioning university in the world.
Al-Azhar's doors were opening in 972 CE. In the 1960s, Al-Azhar University expanded its curriculum to include modern subjects such as applied sciences, college of medicine as well as linguistics and Islamic studies.
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- Arabic Grammar usageaz-zaman elHaaDer الزَّمَن الحاضِر The Present Tense You have seen Arabic words like (‘a’kul = I eat – ‘ashrab= I drink – ‘adrus= I study) These words are Arabic Verbs in present tense. As if you said: (I eat) it’s equal to (I am eating) in Arabic. Also (‘ashrab) it means: (I drink/or: I am […]