Arabic proverb and it’s story: اللِي اسْتَحْوا ماتُوا. We usually use it when a person or a group does an unacceptable act, and they act normally as if they did not do what they did.
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Arabic proverb and it’s story: رِجْعَت حَليمِة لَعادِتْها القَديمِة. This is an Arabic proverb that is used when we speak about a person who has a bad habit that they keep going back to. or to describe someone who struggles to break bad habits but is unable to do so and keeps going back to them.
Arabic proverb and it’s story! عَلى نَفْسِها جَنَتْ بَراقِشْ it’s used when someone brings misfortune upon himself by making bad choices
Loan Words, Some of English words that have Arabic origins. We call these “loan words,” and they can help you learn Arabic faster.