Month in Arabic and English

To learn Arabic language, common vocabulary is one of the important sections. Common Vocabulary contains common words that we can used in daily life. Month are one part of common words used in daily life. If you are interested to learn Month names in Arabic, this place will help you to learn months of the year in Arabic language with their pronunciation in English. Month names are used in day-to-day life conversations, so it is very important to learn all Month names in English and Arabic. The below table gives the translation of Month names in Arabic and their pronunciation in English.

Month in Arabic

Months in Arabic / شهر shahr

Here is the list of month names in Arabic language and their pronunciation in English.

Month – شهر shahr

English

Arabic

January

يناير yanayir

February

شهر فبراير shahr fibrayir

March

مارس maris

April

أبريل abril

May

قد qad

June

يونيو yuniu

July

يوليو yuliu

August

أغسطس aghustus

September

سبتمبر sibtambar

October

اكتوبر uktubar

November

شهر نوفمبر shahr nufimbir

December

ديسمبر disambir

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Picture Vocabulary

fruit  |  vegetable  |  bird  |  animal  |  color  |  flower  |  tree  |  fish  |  insect  |  music  |  shape  |  building  |  place  |  landscape  |  body parts  |  ornament  |  school  |  hospital  |  household items  |  kitchen items  |  stationery items  |  occupation

VOCABULARY

fruit  |  VEGETABLE  |  BIRD  |  ANIMAL  |  FLOWER  |  NUMBER  |  GREETING  |  COLOR  |  DAY  |  MONTH  |  RELATIONSHIP  |  BODY PARTS  |  HOUSEHOLD ITEMS  |  KITCHEN ITEMS  |  OCCUPATION  |  STATIONERY  |  PLANET  |  SCHOOL  |  HOSPITAL  |  DISEASE  |  #all  |  play games

GRAMMAR

SYNONYM  |  ANTONYM  |  POSITIVE words  |  PREFIX  |  SUFFIX  |  VERB  |  NOUN  |  ADJECTIVE  |  SENTENCES  |  1000 words  |  come  |  did  |  how  |  my  |  please  |  she  |  this  |  what  |  when  |  where  |  who  |  why  |  thank  |  #all

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