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  • #31
    Originally posted by JiHaD_JoE
    i think my way is just Egyptian :p
    lol probly :p
    .: Rufaida :.
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    • #32
      PPL:S ur gettin me all confused:'(
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      • #33
        n yes anna i wanna start frm scratch so it doesnt really matter nuttin specific:)
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        • #34
          Originally posted by sana
          PPL:S ur gettin me all confused:'(
          sorry we'll try not to do that in future inshallah :)

          neway...lemme think of another topic of vocab

          rooms in the house

          matbakh - kitchen
          ghurfat aljaloos - sitting room
          ghurfat attaa'am - dining room
          ghurfat annawm - bed room
          ghurfat alma'eesha - living room
          aljiraaja - the garage
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          but you must blame your soul for what you know is in you.”
          ~ Ibn Atallah

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          • #35
            oiee..thanxx:D:D
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            • #36
              :D hmm lemme think what we can do with the words we've used so far...

              ok one extra word we will use is fi - meaning "in"
              and ayna meaning where

              (not sure if we did possesive endings yet....
              y makes it my
              ak or uka makes your (masculine)
              ik or uki makes your (feminine) )

              anta means you

              see if you can get these sentences from what me and joe covered in the other posts :D

              hadha huwa aby. huwa fi almatbakh
              ayna akhuka? huwa fi ghurfaty
              ayna anta? fi aljiraaja
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              “People praise you for what they suppose is in you,
              but you must blame your soul for what you know is in you.”
              ~ Ibn Atallah

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