Hot and Cold Drinks in Arabic

Updated: May 2

Learn about hot and cold drinks in Arabic: how to say tea, red tea, green tea, English breakfast tea, tea with milk, tea without milk, coffee, coffee with / without milk, coffee with / without sugar, hot chocolate; cold drinks, refreshments, juice, fizzy drinks, iced drinks, ice tea, ice, lemonade...

How to order a cup of coffee in Arabic / at the coffee shop How do you like your coffee?

In this lesson you will learn very useful vocabulary, including a variety of hot and cold drink and most importantly how to order in a coffee shop or real life scenario. Drop a comment here or on youtube and let me know what's your favourite drink and how you like your tea or coffee! :)


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