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  • .: Anna :.
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    Originally posted by Arabic Hope
    these months
    kanoon athani
    aab .....etc
    oh rite. good cuz the others are the ones i know :)

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  • Arabic Hope
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    these months
    kanoon athani
    aab .....etc

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  • .: Anna :.
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    Originally posted by Arabic Hope
    I do not know
    but sometimes I see them in the newspaper or something like that but the are not popular
    which ones arent popular?

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  • Arabic Hope
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    I do not know
    but sometimes I see them in the newspaper or something like that but the are not popular

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  • .: Anna :.
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    salaams the link didnt work....
    but i dont really need a link, i know what the months r n everything, just wanna know which set its used more? :)

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  • Arabic Hope
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    http://www.aabfs.org/ArTraining/ArTr_MonthProgs03.asp

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  • .: Anna :.
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    Originally posted by Ayah
    If I understand correctly, 2 types are actually used at the same time ;) The yanaayir, febraayir ones as well as the hijra calendar ones (muharram, safar, etc.) I could be mistaken though. We used both in the Islamic school I used to attend :D

    ~Ayah
    i dont mean muharram safar etc :p
    u know the other names for the "english" months like jan and feb? where they call august aab and stuff like that? instead of aghustus?

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  • Ayah
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    If I understand correctly, 2 types are actually used at the same time ;) The yanaayir, febraayir ones as well as the hijra calendar ones (muharram, safar, etc.) I could be mistaken though. We used both in the Islamic school I used to attend :D

    ~Ayah

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  • .: Anna :.
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    the months

    salaam

    which set is used more often, out of the "yaniar febriar" ones or the kaanat althaany etc ones?
    or which countries use which?
    i know GCSE uses the yaniar (easier ;) ) ones....but if the others are more popular, i spose i have 2 learn them
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