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Maltese Adjectives Learning the Maltese Adjectives is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Maltese language. But first we need to know what the role of Adjectives is in the structure of the grammar in Maltese.Maltese Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing in the sentence. Here are some examples:English AdjectivesMaltese Adjectives adjectivesaġġettivi a green treesiġra ħadra a tall buildingbini għoli a very old manraġel xiħ ħafna the old red houseid-dar ħamra qadima a very nice friendħabib twajjeb (masc.) / ħabiba twajba (fem.) ħafna As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Adjectives in Maltese has a logical pattern. Locate the Adjectives above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Malti. List of Adjectives in Maltese Below is a list of the Adjectives, Colors, Shapes, Sizes in Maltese placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Maltese vocabulary.English AdjectivesMaltese Adjectives colorskuluri blackiswed (masc.) / sewda (fem.) / suwed (Pl.) blueblu (m, f, pl.) brownkannella (m, f, pl.) graygriż (masc.) / griża (fem.) / griżi (Pl.) greenaħdar (masc.) / ħadra (fem.) / ħodor (Pl.) orangeoranġjo (m, f, pl.) purplevjola (m, f, pl.) redaħmar (masc.) / ħamra (fem.) / ħomor (Pl.) whiteabjad (masc.) / bajda (fem.) / bojod (Pl.) yellowisfar (masc.) / safra (fem.) / sofor (Pl.)sizesdaqsijiet bigkbir (masc.)/kbira (fem.)/kbar (Pl.) deepfond (masc.) / fonda (fem.) / fondi (Pl.) longtwil (masc.) / twila (fem.) / twal (Pl.) narrowdejjaq (masc.) / dejqa (fem.) / dojoq (Pl.) shortqasir (masc.) / qasira (fem.) / qosra (Pl.) smallżgħir (masc.)/żgħira (fem.)/żgħar (Pl.) talltwil (masc.) / twila (fem.) / twal (Pl.) thickoħxon (masc.) / ħoxna (fem.) / ħoxnin (Pl.) thinrqiq (masc.) / rqiqa (fem.) / rqaq (Pl.) widewiesgħa (m, f) / wiesgħin (Pl.)shapesforom circulartond (masc.) / tonda (fem.) / tondi (Pl.) straightdritt (masc.) / dritta (fem.) / dritti (Pl.) squarekwadru (masc.) / kwadra (fem.) / kwadri (Pl.) triangulartrijangulari (m, f, pl.) tastestogħmiet bittermorr (masc.) / morra (fem.) / morri (Pl.) freshfrisk (masc.) / friska (fem.) / friski (Pl.) saltymielaħ (masc.) / mielħa (fem.) / mielħa (Pl.) sourqares (masc.) / qarsa (fem.) / qarsa (Pl.) spicypikkanti (m, f, pl.)sweetħelu (masc.) / ħelwa (fem.) / ħelwin (Pl.) qualitieskwalitajiet badħażin (masc.) / ħażina (fem.) / ħżiena (Pl.) cleannadif (masc.) / nadifa (fem.) / nodfa (Pl.) darkmudlam (masc.) / mudlama (fem.) / mudlama (Pl.) difficultdiffiċli (m, f, pl.) dirtymaħmuġ (masc.), maħmuġa (fem.) / maħmuġin (Pl.) dryxott (masc.) / xotta (fem.) / xotti (Pl.) easyfaċli (m, f, pl.) emptyvojt (masc.) / vojta (fem.) / vojta (Pl.) expensivegħoli (masc.) / għolja (fem.) / għoljin (Pl.) fastmgħaġġel (masc.) / mgħaġġla (fem.) / mgħaġġlin (Pl.)foreignbarrani (masc.) / barranija (fem.) / barranin (Pl.) fullsħiħ (masc.) / sħiħa (fem.) / sħaħ (Pl.) goodtajjeb (masc.) / tajba (fem.) / tajbin (Pl.) hardiebes (masc.) / iebsa (fem.) / ebsin (Pl.) heavytqil (masc.) / tqila (fem.) / tqal (Pl.) inexpensiverħis (masc.) / rħisa (fem.) / rħas (Pl.) lightħafif (masc.) / ħafifa (fem.) / ħfief (Pl.) locallokali (m, f, pl.) newġdid (masc.) / ġdida (fem.) / ġodda (Pl.) noisystorbjuż (masc.) / storbjuża (fem.) / storbjużi (Pl.) oldqadim (masc.) / qadima (fem.) / qodma (Pl.)powerfulqawwi (masc.) / qawwija (fem.) / qawwija (Pl.) quietkwiet (masc.) / kwieta (fem.) / kwieti (Pl.) correctkorrett (masc.) / korretta (fem.) / korretti (Pl.) slowbilmod (m, f, pl.) softartab (masc.) / ratba (fem.) / rotob (Pl.) veryħafna (m, f, pl.) weakdgħajjef (masc.) / dgħajfa (fem.) / dgħajfa (Pl.) wetimxarrab (masc.) / imxarrba (fem.) / imxarrbin (Pl.) wrongżbaljat (masc.) / żbaljata (fem.) / żbaljati (Pl.) youngżgħir (masc.) / żgħira (fem.) / żgħar (Pl.) quantitieskwantitajiet fewftit (m, f, pl.)quantitieskwantitajiet fewftit (m, f, pl.) littleftit (m, f, pl.) manyħafna (m, f, pl.) muchħafna (m, f, pl.) partparti (m, f, pl.) somexi/ftit (m, f, pl.) a fewftit (m, f, pl.) wholekollu (masc.) / kollha (fem.) / kollha (Pl.)

Maltese Adverbs Maltese Adverbs Learning the Maltese Adverbs is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Maltese language. But first we need to know what the role of Adverbs is in the structure of the grammar in Maltese.Maltese adverbs are part of speech. Generally they're words that modify any part of language other than a noun. Adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives (including numbers), clauses, sentences and other adverbs. Here are some examples:English AdverbsMaltese Adverbs adverbsavverbji I read a book sometimesJien naqra ktieb kultant I will never smokeJien qatt mhu se npejjep are you alone?int qiegħed (masc.) / qegħda (fem.) waħdek? As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Adverbs in Maltese has a logical pattern. Locate the Adverbs above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Malti. List of Adverbs in Maltese Below is a list of the Adverbs of time place manner and frequency in Maltese placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Maltese vocabulary. English AdverbsMaltese Adverbs adverbs of timeavverbji ta' żmien yesterdayilbieraħ todayillum tomorrowgħada nowissa thenmbagħad lateraktar tard tonightillejla right nowissa stess last nightil-lejl li għadda this morningdalgħodu next weekil-ġimgħa d-dieħla alreadydiġà recentlyriċentament latelydan l-aħħar soondalwaqt immediatelyimmedjatament stillgħadu (masc.) / għadha (fem.) / għadhom (Pl.) yets'issa agoilu adverbs of placeavverbji tal-post herehawn therehemm over therehemmhekk everywherekullimkien anywherekullimkien nowhereimkien homeid-dar away 'il bogħod outbarra adverbs of manneravverbji ta' manjiera veryħafna quitepjuttost prettypjuttost reallyverament fastmgħaġġel (masc.) / mgħaġġla (fem.) / mgħaġġlin (Pl.) welltajjeb hardiebes (masc.) / iebsa (fem.) / ebsin (Pl.) quicklymalajr slowlybilmod carefullyb'attenzjoni hardlybilkemm barelybilkemm mostlyl-aktar almostkważi absolutelyassolutament togetherflimkien alonewaħdu (masc.) / waħedha (fem.) / waħedhom (Pl.) adverbs of frequencyavverbji ta' frekwenza alwaysdejjem frequentlyspiss usuallynormalment sometimeskultant occasionallykultant seldomrari rarelyrari neverqatt

Maltese Articles Learning the Maltese Articles is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Maltese language. But first we need to know what the role of Articles is in the structure of the grammar in Maltese.Maltese articles are words that combine with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun. Generally articles specify the grammatical definiteness of the noun. Examples are "the, a, and an". Here are some examples:English ArticlesMaltese Articles articlesartikli thel- a/ onewieħed (masc.) / waħda (fem.) somexi fewftit the bookil-ktiebthe booksil-kotba a bookktieb one bookktieb wieħed some booksxi kotba few booksftit kotba As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Articles in Maltese has a logical pattern. Locate the Articles above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Malti. List of Articles in Maltese Below is a list of vocabulary where you can use the Definite and Indefinite Articles in Maltese. Try to practice but also memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Maltese vocabulary. English VocabularyMaltese Vocabulary FoodIkel almondslewż breadħobżbreakfastkolazzjon butterbutir candykandju cheeseġobon chickentiġieġ cuminkemmun dessertdeżerta dinnerpranzu / ikla ta' filgħaxija fishħut fruitfrott ice creamġelat lambħaruflemonlumi lunchikla ta' nofsinhar / pranzu mealikla meatlaħam ovenforn pepperbżar plantspjanti porkmajjal saladinsalata saltmelħ sandwichsandwiċ sausagezalzett soupsoppasugarzokkor supperikla ta' filgħaxija turkeydundjan appletuffieħ bananatal-banana orangeslarinġ peachesħawħ peanutkarawett pearslanġas pineappleananas grapesgħeneb strawberriesfrawlivegetablesħaxix carrotkarrotta / zunnarija cornqamħ cucumberħjara garlictewm lettuceħass olivesżebbuġ onionsbasal peppersbżar potatoespatata pumpkinqargħa ħamra beansfażola tomatoestadam

English FeminineMaltese Feminine FeminineFemminil he is happyhu/huwa kuntent she is happyhi/hija kuntenta he is Americanhu/huwa Amerikan she is Americanhi/hija Amerikana manraġel womanmara fathermissier motheromm brotherħu sisteroħtuncleziju auntzija bullbarri cowbaqra boytifel girltifla As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Feminine in Maltese has a logical pattern. Locate the Feminine above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Malti. List of Feminine in Maltese Below is a list of objects, can you determine whether they're feminine, masculine or plural in Maltese? Memorizing this table will also help you add very useful and important words to your Maltese vocabulary. English VocabularyMaltese Vocabulary objectsoġġetti bathroomkamra tal-banjubedsodda bedroomkamra tas-sodda ceilingsaqaf chairsiġġu clothesħwejjeġ coatkowt cupkikkra deskdesk dresslibsa floorart forkfurketta furnituregħamaraglassħġieġ hatkappell housedar inklinka jacketġakketta kitchenkċina knifesikkina lamplampa letterittra mapmappa newspapergazzetta notebookktejjeb tan-notipantsqalziet paperkarta penpinna pencillapes pharmacyspiżerija picturestampa plateplatt refrigeratorfriġġ restaurantristorant roofsaqaf roomkamra rugtapitscissorsmqass shampooxampù shirtqmis shoesżarbun (S) / żraben (Pl.) soapsapuna (S) / sapun (Pl.) sockskalzetti spoonmgħarfa tablemejda toilettojlit toothbrushtoothbrush (xkupilja tas-snien) toothpastetoothpaste towelxugaman umbrellaumbrellaunderwearħwejjeġ ta' taħt wallħajt walletkartiera windowtieqa telephonetelefown

Maltese Nouns Learning the Maltese Nouns is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Maltese language. But first we need to know what the role of Nouns is in the structure of the grammar in Maltese.Maltese nouns are words used to name a person, animal, place, thing, or abstract ideas. Nouns are usually the most important part of vocabulary. Here are some examples:English NounsMaltese Nouns nounsnomi my caril-karozza tiegħi green carkarozza ħadra three carstliet karozzi car garagegaraxx tal-karozzi outside the carbarra l-karozza As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Nouns in Maltese has a logical pattern. Locate the Nouns above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Malti. List of Nouns in Maltese Below is a list of the Nouns and Words in Maltese placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Maltese vocabulary. English NounsMaltese Nouns armdriegħ backlura cheeksħaddejn chestsider chingeddum earwidna elbowminkeb eyegħajn facewiċċ fingersaba' fingersswaba footsieq hairxagħar handidejn headras heartqalb kneerkoppa legriġel lipxoffa mouthħalq neckgħonq nosemnieħer shoulderspalla stomachstonku teethsnien thighkoxxa throatgerżuma / griżmejn thumbis-saba' l-kbir toesaba' tas-sieq tonguelsien toothsinna Nouns and Words have a very important role in Maltese, therefore they need very special attention. Once you're done with the Malti Nouns, you might want to check the rest of our Maltese lessons here: Learn Maltese. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

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