We’ll now learn talking about parts of the human body as well as some useful Arabic words and phrases related to Health and Illnesses. Let’s hope you’ll never need them, but better be prepared than sorry as they say…
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Arabic“.
back / shoulder
al yad al yomna
al yad al yosra
Health & Illnesses
ill / sick
My [...] aches. / My [...] hurts.
My [...] ache. / My [...] hurt.
I have a stomach ache.
My legs hurt.
to'lemany saqay 
tabeeb (m), tabeebah (f)
medical office / doctor’s surgery
chemist’s / drugstore
illness / malady
1 Used if the word coming next is masculine. 2 Used if the word coming next is feminine.3 Used if the word coming next is masculine. 4 Used if the word coming next is feminine.5 The plural usage here is different due to grammar rules for adding 'my' in Arabic.
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