In Arabic, Please #4

Summer is definitely here, with all the burning skin that I have (don’t worry I’m fine now), and what’s better way to welcome it other than learning the word in different language (okay there’s so much other ways to celebrate the sun, like getting dressed for the summer and get the perfect tan, ha, haaa!).

In Arabic it sounds like: Sief. But the “S” here is thicker in sound than the “S” in summer, the letter in Arabic (Sad) doesn’t have the equivalent of it in English, it sounds like “S” but it’s like pronounced with the tongue on the roof of the mouth rather than up against your teeth. Easyy.

So, what’s your plans for that summery weekend!?

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