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Arabian

Discussion in 'Foreign Languages' started by Zhongda, Jun 5, 2005.

  1. Zhongda Active Member

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    the arabian language dose not use english letters.. but its been amended..
    sort of like 1337.. a language is still the same.. only with english letters and numbers.
    ill start u of withh some of the basics

    *note:
    3 = a sound between A and E.. almost >.>
    7 = a sound i doubt u can make.. but somwhere round H
    '3 = G almost
    6 = T.. almost
    5 = uhh.. the sound u hear when some one get ready to spit.. almost 'KH'
    9 = almost S


    goowa = hi
    ma3a isalameh = bye

    ... hmm ill jus teach u what u may wanna use on nf
    '3aby = Idiot
    athwal = fool
    a7ebk 'or' amoot 3alayk ya ba3ed 3omrey <3 = love u
    intah tagzoorah = ur an ass
    moothy = annoying
    3jeeb = amazing
    7keem = wise
    maynoon = crazy
    mistajed = newb
    thakey = smart
    chub = shut up
    garga = bitch (as in talks alot.. nd being annoying)
    ma95er = own (as in 'i own u beyatch')


    ther that should be enough 4 todays lessson =D
     
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  2. Voynich MADDER RED

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    Hey Haunter...could you please say with the numbers..how those sounds are called? Cause that way I'll know which ones you mean. ( knows how to pronounce every sound, but doesn't mean which ones you actually mean by the numbers)

    I guess 3 would be an ayn and '3 a ghayn but I'm not sure which sounds you mean with the other numbers.

    EDIT: Who the fuck gave me neg rep for this? Be a man and leave your name. And tell me why. :notrust Or i'll drop a bomb on your house like all arab speaking people do :p
     
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  3. ~Akuma Biaaatch !

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  4. Zhongda Active Member

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    hehe dun worry maho ill pos rep u to cover 4 that neg rep

    ny way
    3= ayn
    '3= ghayn
    7= haa
    6= taa
    5= kha
    9= saad
     
  5. Procyon Loveless

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    Wait...So the Arabic language uses numbers like letters?
     
  6. mow <b> <color=red> THE <blink>notlame</blink> AVENGER

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    lol no, but it makes it a whole lot easier to write in the internet. Arabic is similiar to english, we have 28 alphabets and it's written to left.

    the form of arabic Haunter is showing is the englished arabic format used when chatting.
     
  7. Zhongda Active Member

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    exactly =D
    the REAL arabic.. even i hav e hard time undersanding >.>;;
     
  8. mow <b> <color=red> THE <blink>notlame</blink> AVENGER

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    XD @ Haunter. Arabic Grammer is such a pain, mobtada am3roof, what the bloody hell is that? My 14 yrs of fromal arabic education and I still cant figure out whats mobtada and what is khabar XD
     
  9. Zhongda Active Member

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    XD XD
    lol!!
    mobtada.. hahaha.. damn i can remember my teachers from 4th grade till 12th saying that word.. still i never knew what it meant XD
    owell atleast we made it out!
     
  10. I ARE 1031 Member

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    Haunter don't you live in an Arabic speaking country? I thought you would know how to speak and understand REAL Arabic...I know it is tougher and sounds strange but still. And can you explain better how to say this word: goowa? Some of the stuff is probably said differently or are completely different all together.
     
  11. Zhongda Active Member

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    yup!
    and iam from Kuwait =D

    hmm goowa huh?
    its pronounced the way its spelled..

    gewah/goowa
    ^sounds between these 2.. hope that helps ^__^;;

    p.s
    goowa is not a formal wayt to say hi.. not many may understand it
    the formal way would be "Ehlan" or "Ahlan"
     
  12. I ARE 1031 Member

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    Yeah, I know the formal ways but maybe that is only used in some countries and not others. My family isn't from Kuwait so other countries might not use it or not very often.
     
  13. Voynich MADDER RED

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    okay so... but how do you make the difference between

    dal & daad
    zay & za

    and do you means by 5 > kha or qaf ?
     
  14. Zhongda Active Member

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    dal = D
    daad = '9
    Zay = z
    za=? i dunno what za is XD

    and 5 is kha not qaf ;)
     
  15. Voynich MADDER RED

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    za is



    And oki on the rest...just making sure. :laugh
     
  16. Procyon Loveless

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    I see...you guys are 7keem. :amuse
     
  17. ~Akuma Biaaatch !

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    Habibi means love ore not ?
     
  18. I ARE 1031 Member

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    It is like saying my love but not specific to a partner. It is like a term of endearment.
     
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    I know a little hebrew:

    Lakek la ta tahet! XD
     
  20. Zhongda Active Member

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    Yup thats za! =D nd gr8!
    unfortunatley i dun know what that means XD

    like I ARE said, its like saying 'dear' in english
     
  21. ~Akuma Biaaatch !

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    I love arabian music ... :)
     
  22. shin getter kuwaity

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    hello i saw this arabic thread soo i thought i have to say something

    its a little bit hard to study arabic cas it is a full language

    it has every thing in it every word can be transelated to arabic

    but you will need a speacialest to do that or a dictionary

    i will tell you about the grammer

    but not now maybe later
     
  23. shin getter kuwaity

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    hello i am back with the grammer of the arabic lang.

    a word is devaided into 3 parts

    noun
    or verb
    or adj.

    if the sentanse begin with a noun then it is called a noun sentance
    if it begins with a verb then its a verb sentance
    and there isnt a ajd. sentace


    this was a little bit of info on the arabic grammer

    i hope that you lerned a thing
     
  24. Zhongda Active Member

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    Hey Shin Getter, =D iam also from Kuwait!
    and nice..
    arabic grammer.. in english seems easier :blink

    and yes arabian music is distinguished.. i always say if u heard one arabian song.. u heard them all Xp
     
  25. shin getter kuwaity

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    I am at the next side of the rever
    i hate arabic songs
    i like jap. songs they are better
    hehehe


    and now for more arabic grammer


    if the sentance is noun

    then the first word is called mobtadaa witch means {the first thing}
    and the word that complets the sentance is called khabar

    here is an example

    micle is playing

    micle is the mobtadaa

    playing is the khabar

    this is if the sentace was a noun sentance

    wait for more HE HE
     
  26. Zhongda Active Member

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    oh my god..
    *remember those never ending agonising pointless arabic lessons that i never found a use 4*
    NOOOOOO0000000000000000000ooooooooo00)O))o0o0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
     
  27. shin getter kuwaity

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    yah i only used them for teching
     
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    I know some arab :)


    Hala Sh7alik?

    tmam

    B5eer
     
  29. Zhongda Active Member

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    hehe nice WingZero ;)
     
  30. Jedi Mind Tricks <font face='Palatino Linotype, Arial'><font size='

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    I can only read arabic, can't speak it. :(

    Its a hassle when speaking to family in Saudi, but most of them know english as well.:)
     
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