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  • the subversive game

    lets wind up the people who monitor emails....

    you have to write a sentence in Arabic containing as many words as possible that might wind up the people who spy on emails, but the sentence must have nothing to do with any kind of violence or anything political :D

    al taalibaan 3alama 3an blootonium fil kimiya al Qai3da :D

    the two students learned about plutonium in Chemistry Foundation (level .... dunno how to say "foundation level" )

    note: I'm just guessing Arabic for plutonium.... the chemical symbol would be the same though, if I could remember what it was :D
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    uhhhh this is hard.....

    andee al hamas a'n atalim al arabee
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    • #3
      LOL! nice game :p bit hard as Joe said :p
      I think foundation level is like ibtidaa'iy though.... well thats 4 primary school :p
      .: Anna :.

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      • #4
        My Arabic teacher thought this game was funny :D We did the word Al Qa3da in class cause it means a rule... like al qa3da al lu3ab = the rule of the game :D :D :D :D
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        • #5
          Originally posted by dhakiyya
          My Arabic teacher thought this game was funny :D We did the word Al Qa3da in class cause it means a rule... like al qa3da al lu3ab = the rule of the game :D :D :D :D
          ohh I didn't know that one :D
          lol I can't think of ne of these sentences
          mainly cos u already used the main words lol, like hamaas, talibaan and alqaida :p
          .: Anna :.

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          • #6
            re-use them..... don't forget you can use words that are weapons.... just so long as it's not in the context of violence.... (you can use guns for sport, like rifle shooting or clay pigeon shooting, that would be okay for this game)

            talibaan hamaas the two students are enthusiatic...
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            • #7
              ohh i knew the word for shooting sport... but I cant remember!!!
              qaal alustaadh... yaa Taalibaan, alhamas jayyid fid-deen!
              .: Anna :.

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              • #8
                also you can refer to modes of transport, crowded places and anywhere a terrorists might want to bomb.... but obviously not in the context of bombs :D

                kaana Shaheed taalib hamaas, dhahaba ila madrassa bil baas kulla yowm

                Shaheed was an enthusiastic student, he went to school by bus each day
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                • #9
                  I don;t think my use of hamaas is gramatically correct though... I think it's a noun not an adjective????
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                  • #10
                    LOL :rotfl:
                    .: Anna :.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Khuzamah
                      ohh i knew the word for shooting sport... but I cant remember!!!
                      qaal alustaadh... yaa Taalibaan, alhamas jayyid fid-deen!
                      :D
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by dhakiyya
                        I don;t think my use of hamaas is gramatically correct though... I think it's a noun not an adjective????
                        im not sure... u can look up enthusiastic in the dictionary n see? shud b similar...
                        i know enthusiasticly is hamasan
                        .: Anna :.

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                        • #13
                          dakhala al baas hamaasan li'an kaana adhhab ila darsi 3arabi

                          I got on the bus enthusiastically because I was going to my Arabic class :D
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                          • #14
                            intifada = (verb) to shake off,
                            intifaada = (noun) shaking off, tremor
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by dhakiyya
                              intifada = (verb) to shake off,
                              intifaada = (noun) shaking off, tremor
                              3alamat almu3alim at-taalibaan 3an intifaada hazat al3arDHia hamaasan

                              the teacher taught the 2 students about the tremor of the earth quake enthusiasticly
                              .: Anna :.

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