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Old 07-01-2011, 08:52 AM
 
Location: Log home in the Appalachians
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اشكرك جدا على طرح مثل هذا الموضوع

في امل ان يستفيد الكثيرون منه

Would you care to put that in English.
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:10 AM
 
Location: Saudi Arabia
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اشكرك جدا على طرح مثل هذا الموضوع

في امل ان يستفيد الكثيرون منه





اخي الكريم ممنوع هنا ان تكتب بلغتك بل بالأنجليزي لا احد هنا يتقن العربية إلا شخص أو شخصين عرب

pleas my brother write english
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:11 AM
 
Location: Logan Township, Minnesota
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اشكرك جدا على طرح مثل هذا الموضوع

في امل ان يستفيد الكثيرون منه
You are welcome, "Iyyaka Khayran" I speak the Darija dialect and do use some pronunciations you may not recognise I see you wrote in the Classic Saud.

Keep in mind most here do not read B'el Arbeea.

For those who do not read Arabic you said: "Thank You for starting this topic to benefit others"

I do appreciate your thought and intention

Please (min fa deek) write in English as most here do not read Arabic I think only 2 or 3 of us do and I believe only sister weaam is fluent.
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:21 AM
 
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Would you care to put that in English.

Sir, ptsum he just posted Words of gratitude for the original thread
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:25 AM
 
Location: Saudi Arabia
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You are welcome, "Iyyaka Khayran" I speak the Darija dialect and do use some pronunciations you may not recognise I see you wrote in the Classic Saud.

Keep in mind most here do not read B'el Arbeea.

For those who do not read Arabic you said: "Thank You for starting this topic to benefit others"

I do appreciate your thought and intention

Please (min fa deek) write in English as most here do not read Arabic I think only 2 or 3 of us do and I believe only sister weaam is fluent.

my brother Woodrow, do you know Arabic well?
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:36 AM
 
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my brother Woodrow, do you know Arabic well?

I read it much better than I write or speak it. I learned it in Morocco and what I learned is the Darija dialect, which I found that outside of Maroc and Algeria nobody understands. But the written is the same so I can read it fairly well, but ruin the pronunciations and I use a lot of phrases that are found in Maroc such as for yes instead of Na'am I say Wah-kah

The good part it does enable me to read the Qur'an, but I can not recite with proper tajweed, which Inshallah, one day I will accomplish.
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:37 AM
 
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Sir, ptsum he just posted Words of gratitude for the original thread

I thank you for the translation and if he does wish to speak in Arabic, I have no objection as long as there is an English translation to go with it so that we all can share and stay within the guidelines of the Terms Of Service (TOS).

An example would be: u-li-he-li-s-di tso-s-da-nv-tli (welcome my brother) in my native Tsalagi language.
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Old 07-01-2011, 10:25 AM
 
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I read it much better than I write or speak it. I learned it in Morocco and what I learned is the Darija dialect, which I found that outside of Maroc and Algeria nobody understands. But the written is the same so I can read it fairly well, but ruin the pronunciations and I use a lot of phrases that are found in Maroc such as for yes instead of Na'am I say Wah-kah

The good part it does enable me to read the Qur'an, but I can not recite with proper tajweed, which Inshallah, one day I will accomplish.

MashAllah , do you know that Dialects differ from one country to another, this makes learning the Arabic language is not easy , I know Morocco's Morocco, Algeria they are hard, so I spoke once with an Algerian by his Dialect I found words I do not understand..

The best thing to learn the languages is acquisition

I hope to achieve everything you want InshAllah
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Old 07-01-2011, 10:33 AM
 
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I thank you for the translation and if he does wish to speak in Arabic,

I do not know if he does not wish to speak in arabic

I have no objection as long as there is an English translation to go with it so that we all can share and stay within the guidelines of the Terms Of Service (TOS).


yes, you are right



An example would be: u-li-he-li-s-di tso-s-da-nv-tli (welcome my brother) in my native Tsalagi language.
this is Dialect right? I really find Difficulty in the American Accent, I do not hear many just read so If you're talking now I can not understand you
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Old 07-01-2011, 10:51 AM
 
Location: Log home in the Appalachians
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this is Dialect right? I really find Difficulty in the American Accent, I do not hear many just read so If you're talking now I can not understand you
weaam, that was not American accent or English, that is the ancient language of my ancestors that is put in writing, it is the Cherokee(Tsalagi) written language. Woodrow knows a little bit about it and he also knows it is a difficult language to learn.
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