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

    Originally posted by aelmo View Post
    1 big spoon of yeast + 2 big spoons of sugar dissolved in a glass of warm water and cover it until it becomes half its size (or double. Probably double)
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    3 cups of flour (they say Kuwait maybe its the brand of flour or type of flour) + 1/4 cup of powdered milk + a small spoon of baking powder + salt
    mix these together and then mix in the yeast mixture then add 1/4 cup of oil and a 1 1/4 cup of warm water mix and knead until it's a dough consistency. Coat the dough with oil and cover it and let it rise.
    Take the dough and put some cheese in it then wrap the dough around the cheese. (I would recommend cream cheese)
    put the balls of dough stuffed with cheese in a baking tray and coat the pieces with milk and black seeds and then cover them so they can rise again.
    Once they have risen a little, put them in the oven at a high temperature until they are done (presumably when they are golden brown)
    when they're done you can put honey or atr on top (atr is that sugar+ water mixture- its good on this stuff)
    My Arabic is a little rusty so if something doesn't seem right then alter it. Like I think the yeast mixture has to be double its size.
    Okay thank you so much sis jazakAllahu khair

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

    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    Bump can someon e translate
    1 big spoon of yeast + 2 big spoons of sugar dissolved in a glass of warm water and cover it until it becomes half its size (or double. Probably double)
    ****
    3 cups of flour (they say Kuwait maybe its the brand of flour or type of flour) + 1/4 cup of powdered milk + a small spoon of baking powder + salt
    mix these together and then mix in the yeast mixture then add 1/4 cup of oil and a 1 1/4 cup of warm water mix and knead until it's a dough consistency. Coat the dough with oil and cover it and let it rise.
    Take the dough and put some cheese in it then wrap the dough around the cheese. (I would recommend cream cheese)
    put the balls of dough stuffed with cheese in a baking tray and coat the pieces with milk and black seeds and then cover them so they can rise again.
    Once they have risen a little, put them in the oven at a high temperature until they are done (presumably when they are golden brown)
    when they're done you can put honey or atr on top (atr is that sugar+ water mixture- its good on this stuff)
    My Arabic is a little rusty so if something doesn't seem right then alter it. Like I think the yeast mixture has to be double its size.

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

    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    Can someone translate??

    If it has sharbat dont bother i dont like how it tastes

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    Bump can someon e translate

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

    Can someone translate??

    If it has sharbat dont bother i dont like how it tastes

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

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bz_WeQqIo8c

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  • myeverything
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    أحسنتم استمروا

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  • Tayoofa
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    Originally posted by Abdell View Post
    I messed that up pretty bad. First time using arabic keyboard on my phone.

    Last letter was meant to be YA ( mawqa electroni) and I was asking for a website that teaches how to construct proper sentences in Arabic...
    تعرف موقع إلكتروني يعلّم تشكيل الجمل

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

    Originally posted by Tayoofa View Post
    ahaa so

    ذنانت = ظننت
    اغتات= أخطأت

    But what about علكترنا ?

    You mean أكثرنا
    I messed that up pretty bad. First time using arabic keyboard on my phone.

    Last letter was meant to be YA ( mawqa electroni) and I was asking for a website that teaches how to construct proper sentences in Arabic...

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

    Originally posted by Abdell View Post
    "I used "ha" but you didn't understand what I intended to tell you so I thought I made a mistake?

    Really struggling between Alif and Ain....smdh
    ahaa so

    ذنانت = ظننت
    اغتات= أخطأت

    But what about علكترنا ?

    You mean أكثرنا

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

    Originally posted by Tayoofa View Post
    استعملت الهاء و لكن ما فهمت قصدي لهذا السبب ........ I didn't know what did you write lool

    تعرف مو في........ يعلم تشكيل الجمل

    كل الابليكيشن.... You mean عندي or اندرويد
    يعلم بس الكلمات
    "I used "ha" but you didn't understand what I intended to tell you so I thought I made a mistake?

    Really struggling between Alif and Ain....smdh

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

    Originally posted by Abdell View Post
    استعملت الهاء ولكن مفاهمت غسدي لهذا سباب ذنانت اني اغتات.

    تاريف موقي علكترنا يعالم تشكيل الجمل؟

    كلو العبليكعشن في عندريد يالم بس الكاليمت
    استعملت الهاء و لكن ما فهمت قصدي لهذا السبب ........ I didn't know what did you write lool

    تعرف مو في........ يعلم تشكيل الجمل

    كل الابليكيشن.... You mean عندي or اندرويد
    يعلم بس الكلمات

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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 have noticed that too.. do you think i should concentrate on learning khliji because its what i learned from grades 1-3?
    depends on where you want to live, what khaliji did you learn ?

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

    Originally posted by magok View Post
    hilarious ?

    no... not at all...

    well, if you want to use khaliji then bare in mind, even that accent has variants, the one in the uae, oman and kuwait sound dramaticly different from each other, even ksa has one of its own, but only those living near the arabian gulf speak it, i speak bedouan yemeni with a bit of jalaani omani, najdi and hijazi saudi and some emarati
    I have noticed that too.. do you think i should concentrate on learning khliji because its what i learned from grades 1-3?

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

    Originally posted by islamuslim View Post
    It's لهجة with a هاء not حاء

    صعب الاستعمال*

    You're familiar with the words
    ولكنك تحتاج إلى ممارسة الإملاء و تشكيل الجمل
    استعملت الهاء ولكن مفاهمت غسدي لهذا سباب ذنانت اني اغتات.

    تاريف موقي علكترنا يعالم تشكيل الجمل؟

    كلو العبليكعشن في عندريد يالم بس الكاليمت

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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 learned Khaliji Dialect...Sadly learned a lot of slang, but I do know the more common equivalent but I just struggle to use it.

    My Parents don't speak arabic at all. We don't speak arabic at home. It's the reason why my arabic deteriorated because once I left the Saudi School, it went downhill from there.

    I don't know if i should go with the slang regardless, but I do notice that when I use some Khaliji words, the people do understand but they always respond with the more common word..

    My arabic must be hilarious to them...

    Also my spelling is just flat out atrocious..

    I was speaking to some sudani guy and he said at least I don't have an accent and I sounded like a native Khaliji..Just need to work on proper grammer...

    I find that if I struggle to transition between words, I just use Yaani...

    I use "Yaani" way too much
    hilarious ?

    no... not at all...

    well, if you want to use khaliji then bare in mind, even that accent has variants, the one in the uae, oman and kuwait sound dramaticly different from each other, even ksa has one of its own, but only those living near the arabian gulf speak it, i speak bedouan yemeni with a bit of jalaani omani, najdi and hijazi saudi and some emarati

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