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  • Sentence association game !

    :salams

    I very much like the thread 'word association game'. I've learnt a lot of arabic words from that thread. But learning words is not good enough if I can't use it :( . That's why I would like everyone to continue this thread by writing arabic sentences with english translations as if talking to each other. In this way I believe it will help many of us in using arabic sentences in our everyday life and thus help us learn and use the arabic language properly.

    Unfortunately, I am not an arabic speaker. So, I can't start the game myself :embar:

    From this point on its up to you....
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  • #2
    Ya Khaled, kayfa haalik! what a great idea :D we had a story thread before, do you want to do this like a story, or just making sentences that relate to each other in some way?

    aheb al lughat 3arabiy, hiya jameela jidden

    I love the Arabic language, it is very beautiful

    (please feel free to correct my sentences) :up:
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    • #3
      *break*

      in this game we make sentences that we feel apply to the one above?? like the word game, what ever comes to mind???

      Peace
      3:103 And hold fast, all together, unto the bond with God, and do not draw apart from one another. And remember the blessings which God has bestowed upon you: how, when you were enemies, He brought your hearts together, so that through His blessing you became brethren; and [how, when] you were on the brink of a fiery abyss. He saved you from it. In this way God makes clear His messages unto you, so that you might find guidance.

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      • #4
        yeah, just a sentence that has something in common with the last one :love:
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        • #5
          i have an idea which i think it is good if you are interested


          in your reply start a sentence starting with the last word from the last post...
          My toughest fight was with my first wife.

          Muhammad Ali Clay

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          • #6
            oh and can u break dwn the sentence?

            give a translation for each word, then the entire sentence

            Jzk :)
            You are not aware of the consequences that would result (if you were granted what you desire) because what you seek might be to your detriment. (O soul) be conscious that your Master is more aware about your well-being than you are.

            ~Ibn Al-Jawzee

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            • #7
              You can play this game whichever way you want but remember that the main purpose of this thread is to teach others to be able to use arabic sentences in everyday life (like teaching people to try to speak in arabic at home ) :)
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              • #8
                asalamu alaikum.... ...........kaf halakum?
                (^u no wot that means^............^how r you all?^)
                the more i learn; the more i learn of my ignorance.
                ~ imam shafi'i

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                • #9
                  ishrabu thamaanita akbaab maa' youmiyan

                  drink 8 cups of water everyday.

                  Peace
                  3:103 And hold fast, all together, unto the bond with God, and do not draw apart from one another. And remember the blessings which God has bestowed upon you: how, when you were enemies, He brought your hearts together, so that through His blessing you became brethren; and [how, when] you were on the brink of a fiery abyss. He saved you from it. In this way God makes clear His messages unto you, so that you might find guidance.

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                  • #10
                    dhakiyya it shud b... uhebbu al lughata al3arabiyyata, hiya jameelatun jidden (this is with case endings, but other than that, u have 2 put al with 3arabiy n make it feminine 2 agree cos lugha is feminine)

                    ok my sentence that relates 2 the last one is....

                    yaHtaaju-l-jismu ila maa'in katheer

                    the body needs a lot of water (ie 2 keep u healthy etc)

                    yaHtaaju ila = needs (from iHtaaja ila form 8 verb (ila is the necessary preposition, although it still means same without it))
                    al jism - the body
                    maa' = water
                    katheer = alot
                    .: Rufaida :.
                    .:Fa Firroo Ila-llaah:.
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                    • #11
                      kethir min annaas la yashrabu maya, yashrabu alkohol :(

                      kethir = lots
                      min = from
                      annaas = the people (lots of people, I think this is how you say it but I'll let those with superior Arabic to mine come and correct me)
                      la = not/no (in this sentence = don't)
                      yashrabu = (they) drink
                      maya = water (this is how they pronounce it where I stayed in Palestine, but fusha pronounciation it's maa' ending in hamza)
                      alkohol = alcohol - the Arabic word the English word alcohol is derived from

                      lots of people don't drink water, they drink alcohol :(
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                      • #12
                        al-khamr huwa haraam fid deen.

                        alcohol is haraam in the religion.

                        al-khamr=alcohol
                        huwa=he/it
                        haraam=forbidden
                        fi=in
                        deen=religion

                        Peace
                        3:103 And hold fast, all together, unto the bond with God, and do not draw apart from one another. And remember the blessings which God has bestowed upon you: how, when you were enemies, He brought your hearts together, so that through His blessing you became brethren; and [how, when] you were on the brink of a fiery abyss. He saved you from it. In this way God makes clear His messages unto you, so that you might find guidance.

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                        • #13
                          ya khalid, ayna anta ya ahki??


                          Peace
                          3:103 And hold fast, all together, unto the bond with God, and do not draw apart from one another. And remember the blessings which God has bestowed upon you: how, when you were enemies, He brought your hearts together, so that through His blessing you became brethren; and [how, when] you were on the brink of a fiery abyss. He saved you from it. In this way God makes clear His messages unto you, so that you might find guidance.

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                          • #14
                            Okay...what do we say these in arabic -


                            Don't do it

                            Thank you

                            Go away

                            That's enough !

                            Don't talk

                            Help !

                            I'm going out

                            Where have you been ?

                            I don't like it

                            I like it

                            (I'll ask some more later) :)


                            P.S

                            Originally posted by peace2u
                            ya khalid, ayna anta ya ahki??

                            Peace
                            The answers to your question is..yes polar bears do live in the poles...
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                            • #15
                              ya Khaled,

                              can you post them in a new post, so we can have one for helping people learn phrases and keep this one for sentence association? :up:
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