Let's Talk Arabic. Unit 4. The family

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I have
لي
lii
extended family
عائِلة
Aa'ela
immediate family
أُسْرَة
usra
father
أبّ
'ab
father (formal)
والِد
waaled
mother
أُمّْ
umm
mother (formal)
والِدَة
waaleda
brother
أخْ
'akh
sister
أُخْت
ukht
son
اِبْن
ebn
grandfather
جَدّ
jadd
grandmother
جَدَّة
jad-da
boy
وَلَد
walad
girl /daughter
بِنْت
bent
husband
زَوج
zawj
wife
زَوجة
zawja
busy (male/female)
مَشْغول / مَشْغُولة
mashghuul /mashghula
friend (male/female)
صَديق / صَديقَة
Sadiiq / Sadiiqa
student (male/female)
طالِب / طالِبَة
Taaleb / Taaleba
here
هُنا
hunaa
there
هُناك
hunaak
same
نَفْس
nafs
really
فِعْلا
feAlan
also
أَيْضاٌ
'ayDan
as well
كَما أَن
kamaa 'an
I study
أدْرُس
'adrus
he studies
يَدْرُس
yadrus
she studies
تَدرُس
tadrus
paternal uncle
عَمّ
Aamm
paternal aunt
عَمّة
Aam-ma
maternal uncle
خال
khaal
maternal aunt
خالة
khaala
people
الناس
an-naas
language
لُغة
lugha
married
مُتَزَوّجـ / ــة
mutazaw-wej /a