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  • magok
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by Abdell View Post
    I can't remeber the meaning of muswaily or not sure i read it right. I was able to read the other words because I know its meaning and I am familiar with the word.

    Jzk.
    that wasnt to you, that was to him, but it is good that you recognized some words, it will make learning arabic much more easier

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  • Abdell
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    What's the difference betwheen Kharij or bara

    Is that just a dialect thing?

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  • .khayriyyah.
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by magok View Post
    you are an arab sister ?
    No

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  • Abdell
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by magok View Post
    the only thing i can explain to you is, what will you do if i got my hands on this pretty face of yours, cuz trust me, after i get ma hands on it, it wont stay pretty for long, if you were pretty in the first place


    want to nag like a prostitute who didnt get paid about our religion, go to the comparative religion place, unless you are blind and could not read the title of this section

    يا عمي اذا انت من صدقك مسويلي فيها الخبير, يلا اقرا هذا
    I can't remeber the meaning of muswaily or not sure i read it right. I was able to read the other words because I know its meaning and I am familiar with the word.

    Jzk.

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  • Abdell
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Dont derail the thread please.
    [MENTION=144402]Ayman2[/MENTION] [MENTION=142713]magok[/MENTION]

    I used Ashoof or Ashad to say I watch in english..Is Ashoof gramatically correct or is that Just khaliji? Or is shoof more like "look" and ashad and its other forms more like watch?

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  • magok
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by yuri.g View Post
    Pestered? Does it sound like a comparative religion debate to you? He offered help and I politely asked his opinion as an Arab? If he is annoyed he can reply or not reply himself. No one is forced to reply.
    the only thing i can explain to you is, what will you do if i got my hands on this pretty face of yours, cuz trust me, after i get ma hands on it, it wont stay pretty for long, if you were pretty in the first place


    want to nag like a prostitute who didnt get paid about our religion, go to the comparative religion place, unless you are blind and could not read the title of this section

    يا عمي اذا انت من صدقك مسويلي فيها الخبير, يلا اقرا هذا

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  • magok
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by .khayriyyah. View Post
    Yes. You're making this into something of religion. This thread is for language, not religious discussion. Why else did Abdell say, "Can we have all the native arabic speakers in this thread to help us out trying to learn arabic or trying to relearn like my case"? If you want to discuss religion, stick to that sub. It's annoying when you guys bring it to other areas of the forum. If you're so curious, why don't you go read articles about this instead?

    EDIT: Anyway, I'm not going to derail this thread any further. Sorry OP.
    you are an arab sister ?

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  • magok
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by Abdell View Post
    ..Seriously though, I'm not a native speaker. I Studied in a Saudi School for 4 years starting from grade 1 + 2 in a saudi masjid but my arabic has deteriorated greatly. I can still converse in arabic, but its somewhat a struggle. Was listenting to myself as a 11 year me in a cassette and i sounded so fluent. I just want to get to that level again.

    Can we have all the native arabic speakers in this thread to help us out trying to learn arabic or trying to relearn like my case. If i watch a show i find that I understand 95% of conversation but cant get myself to speak ot anymore. :(

    My reading is poor...4th grade level and my writing the same thing.

    [MENTION=101256]Morose[/MENTION]
    [MENTION=118]saif[/MENTION]_udin

    You guys native speakers?

    All the translate apps ang google translate is pure garbage...Maybe the umman forum guys can do a better job at helping us transalte sentences?
    i am a native, you can ask me

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  • .khayriyyah.
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by yuri.g View Post
    Pestered? Does it sound like a comparative religion debate to you? He offered help and I politely asked his opinion as an Arab? If he is annoyed he can reply or not reply himself. No one is forced to reply.
    Yes. You're making this into something of religion. This thread is for language, not religious discussion. Why else did Abdell say, "Can we have all the native arabic speakers in this thread to help us out trying to learn arabic or trying to relearn like my case"? If you want to discuss religion, stick to that sub. It's annoying when you guys bring it to other areas of the forum. If you're so curious, why don't you go read articles about this instead?

    EDIT: Anyway, I'm not going to derail this thread any further. Sorry OP.
    Last edited by .khayriyyah.; 10-08-17, 12:17 PM.

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  • yuri.g
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by .khayriyyah. View Post
    Can't you just stick to comparative religion? I doubt anyone wants to be pestered like this outside of that sub.
    Pestered? Does it sound like a comparative religion debate to you? He offered help and I politely asked his opinion as an Arab? If he is annoyed he can reply or not reply himself. No one is forced to reply.

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  • .khayriyyah.
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by yuri.g View Post
    Can you explain any aspect here? - thanks
    Can't you just stick to comparative religion? I doubt anyone wants to be pestered like this outside of that sub.
    Last edited by .khayriyyah.; 10-08-17, 11:43 AM.

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  • yuri.g
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by Ayman2 View Post
    Many aspects of it can explained, but obsviously, to really appreaciate it, you have to master the Arabic language.
    Can you explain any aspect here? - thanks

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  • Ayman2
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by yuri.g View Post
    Can the literary excellence of the Quran be explained to a non-Arab that is unique to that book only? Your own explanation as a native Arab and no links please.
    Many aspects of it can explained, but obsviously, to really appreaciate it, you have to master the Arabic language.

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  • yuri.g
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    Originally posted by Ayman2 View Post
    I'm a native Arabic speaker if I can help
    Can the literary excellence of the Quran be explained to a non-Arab that is unique to that book only? Your own explanation as a native Arab and no links please.

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  • Ayman2
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    Re: Ask a native Arabic Speaker anything about Arabic..

    I'm a native Arabic speaker if I can help

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