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Wa alekum asalma

 

 

as i know

Al 'ibil is general word for camel include" male camel, female camel, young camel , old camel,"

 

and Gamal in arabic specific word refer to Camel Male only

 

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I posted a topic when I shouldn't have

 

how would man say

 

"If one bows before God, he can stand against anything"

 

wasalaam

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How to say nicely - Sabr (be patient), please line up. Don't cut the Queue?

Jazak Allah Khairan

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wa alekum asalam

 

(be patient)---kon sa boor ----ßä ÕÈæÑ[using large font size is not allowed]

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Hi... I am new here... wondering if you could help me with how to say/write these :sl:

 

Come home

 

Get back to work

 

come pick me up

 

come to bed

 

 

Thank you :sl:

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What type of Arabic is mostly spoken by the majority of the Arabs?

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What type of Arabic is mostly spoken by the majority of the Arabs?

 

There isn't one type spoken by the majority; it all depends on the region. It's like how the British speak British English and Americans speak American English and Australians speak Australian English. Different dialects and accents.

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There isn't one type spoken by the majority; it all depends on the region. It's like how the British speak British English and Americans speak American English and Australians speak Australian English. Different dialects and accents.

 

I wanted to say 'which dialect is most widely understood by the Arabs?'

Edited by Saracen of 21st Century

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Another question,

 

Which one is closest to Classical Arabic of Qur'an?

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Asalaamu Alaykum

 

Because of how big the egyption movie and tv industry is, egyption is prob the most widely understood.

 

Closest to the Fus-haa i think the Yemini dialect.

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Closest to the Fus-haa i think the Yemini dialect.

 

I've often heard that being said, here on IF specifically. Is it true? I'm not as familiar with the Yemeni dialect as others (even though it's closer to home, KSA), but the times I have heard it spoken, I honestly couldn't understand it clearly. I wouldn't have thought of it as being the closest to fus-ha. How is it so? Do you mean pronunciation-wise, or in other aspects?

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Hi... I am new here... wondering if you could help me with how to say/write these

 

Addressing a male person:

  • Come home: ta'ala el bait - تعالى البيت
  • Get back to work: erga'a el shoghl - إرجع الشغل
  • come pick me up: ta'ala khodni - تعالى خدنى
  • come to bed: ta'ala naam - تعالى نام

Addressing a female person:

  • Come home: ta'ali el bait - تعالى البيت
  • Get back to work: erga'ee el shoghl - إرجع الشغل
  • come pick me up: ta'ali khodini - تعالى خدنى
  • come to bed: ta'ali naami - تعالى نام

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Asalaamu Alaykum

 

Because of how big the egyption movie and tv industry is, egyption is prob the most widely understood.

 

Closest to the Fus-haa i think the Yemini dialect.

 

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I've often heard that being said, here on IF specifically. Is it true? I'm not as familiar with the Yemeni dialect as others (even though it's closer to home, KSA), but the times I have heard it spoken, I honestly couldn't understand it clearly. I wouldn't have thought of it as being the closest to fus-ha. How is it so? Do you mean pronunciation-wise, or in other aspects?

 

 

As far as I know, Syrian colloquial Arabic is closest to Classical Arabic.

 

http://www.arabic-in-damascus.net/Eng/index.html

 

But Yemeni also looks like a very good shout.

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:sl:

 

 

 

I've often heard that being said, here on IF specifically. Is it true? I'm not as familiar with the Yemeni dialect as others (even though it's closer to home, KSA), but the times I have heard it spoken, I honestly couldn't understand it clearly. I wouldn't have thought of it as being the closest to fus-ha. How is it so? Do you mean pronunciation-wise, or in other aspects?

 

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I say it based on my understanding of Fus-haa and how people repsond when I speak fus-haa to them. It may differ for different people on what they have been exposed to. But I know how we can solve it! We all go back to Fus-Ha! :happy:

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