This webpage provides elementary information on aspects of Arab culture and history, including religion, politics, naming conventions, and Persian influence on Arab culture and language. The information seems to have been authored by the site's administrator, and contains no references or citations.
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Arabic Online offers a large quantity of information about Arabic grammar divided up into "lessons," grouped by topic. The grammar sections contain many charts to help promote understanding. The site provides a vocabulary section with a large number of word lists grouped by topic.
This webpage provides a fairly extensive list of animals, along with some insects. The Arabic names for animals and insects are listed in chart format, and include their English translation. The chart is prefaced with a brief commentary on Arabic grammar as it pertains to the chart.
This chart lists 11 colors in Arabic. The chart contains three columns that list the color in Arabic script, English transliteration, and English translation. Both the Arabic and English text correspond in color to the particular color being described.
This webpage lists Arabic numbers and English equivalents. The charts list the two types of numerals, the Arabic script, and the numerical English equivalent of the number.The numbers are presented sequentially until 20, and then larger numbers are listed and described.
This website displays a list of over 40 words related to family relationships in the Arabic language. Each relationship (father, son, daughter, aunt, etc.) is written in Arabic text, English translation, and English transliteration. Arabic words describing generic categories of people (old woman, young man, etc.) are also included.
This webpage presents a list of vocabulary words associated with seasons, days of the week, months, and the different types of calendars used in the Arabic-speaking world. The words are presented in chart format, and list the word in Arabic, English translation, and English transliteration.