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I always encourage learners to learn how to read Arabic in its original script, because the transliteration doesn’t provide accurate phonetics. The text below is divided into three parts, the Arabic script, transliteration, and English translation. If you’re familiar with the Arabic letters then try to first read the first part and see how well you will do, if not then help yourself with the transliteration, and finally if you didn’t know the meaning of some parts, then check out the translation. Enjoyable reading!

 

أنا إسمي فاطمة, أعيش في مصر, أبلغ من العمر 20 سنة, أدرس بجامعة القاهرة, أحب بلدي كثيرا, أذهب مع أصدقائي لزيارة الأهرامات مرة في الشهر, أحب أيضا المشي بجانب نهر النيل حيث النسيم المنعش و المنظر الخلاب.

أحب السفر و زيارة الدول الأخرى, زرت مرة المغرب و أعجبني كثيرا, الناس هناك كرماء و لطفاء, إستمتعت بالأكلات المغربية مثل الكسكس و غيرها. أيضا زرت الأردن, بلد رائع حقا! أمضيت يوما كاملا أستمتع بمناظر البتراء, منازل منحوثة على الصخر ... زيارتي المقبلة سوف تكون للإسبانيا, حيث أرغب بزيارة ساحة الحمراء بالأندلس, بنقوشها الفنية الجميلة, أنا مشتاقة حقا لتلك الرحلة.

       Ana esmee Fatimah, e'eeshu fe misr, ablughu menal umr 20 sanah, adrusu bejaame’at al qahira, ohibbu baladi katheeran, ath-habu ma’a asdiqa’i lezeyarat al ahramaat maratan fe shahr, ohibbu aidan al mashy bejaneb nahr aneel haithu annaseem al mun’esh wa almandar al khallaab.

      Ohibbu asafara wa zeyarat adduwal al ukhra, zurtu maratan al maghrib wa a’jabanee katheeran, annasu hunaaka kuramaa’ wa lutafaa’, estamta’tu be akalaat al maghribiah methl al couscous wa ghaireha. Aidan zurtu al ordun, baladun ra’i’ haqqan! Amdaitu yawman kamelan astamti’u bemenader al batraa’, manazel manhutah ala assakhr … zeyarati al muqbilah sawfa takunu le Espania, haithu arghabu bezeyarat sahat al hamraa’ bel andalus, benuqoushiha aljamila, ana mushtaqatun letelka arehla.


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      My name is Fatimah, I live in Egypt, I’m 20 years old, I study in Cairo university, I love my country a lot, I go with my friends and visit the pyramids once a month, I also enjoy walking by the Nile river where the fresh breeze and the awesome sight.

      I love traveling and visiting other countries, I visited Morocco once and I liked it a lot, people there are generous and kind, I enjoyed Moroccan dishes like Couscous and others. Also I visited Jordan, a wonderful country indeed! I spend a whole day enjoying the scenery of Petra, houses carved from rocks… My next visit will be to Spain, where I want to visit the Alhambra in Andalusia, with its beautiful artistic arabesque. I’m excited about that trip.

 

More Arabic reading texts will be added in the future, so keep checking.

 

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