Expressing Emotions in Arabic Language
Updated: Sep 18, 2019
This is an important topic in Arabic language learning, specifically because I have seen a lot of "literal" translation online, which can result in sentences that are totally wrong in Arabic, weak, or meaningless. This is why I always encourage the Arabic learner to study vocabulary through knowing useful sentences, or even better through short stories. This will make a HUGE difference in how well you learn the language.
The following flashcards have many useful sentences about expressing emotions in Arabic language. Notice that there are different ways of expressing a certain type of emotion. These examples are only a few, considering how articulate and rich the Arabic language is.
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