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Arabic as she is spoke

Re earlier conversations...

Greetings:
Hello, How are you? Marhaba; Keef Halek/Izzayek
Good Morning - Sabah Al Kair
Good Evening - Maysa Al Kair
Good - Kwoyyis
Very Good - Kwoyyis Kateer
Please - Min Fadlak
Thank you - Shookran
Never mind - Maaleesh
OK - Tayeb
Yes - Aiwa
No - La
Maybe - Yimken
It’s possible/Is it possible? - Momkin/Momkin?
None, nothing, nobody - Mafeesh

I'll be asking questions later.

ALI BEN SHUFTI
Arabic Tutor

Re: Arabic as she is spoke

شكرا جزيلا as it is wrote, thank you google :sunglasses:

Re: Arabic as she is spoke

Sorry Ali Bin Shufti I did not want to stop your Arabic Claases, please carry on.

Cheers Rod :-)

Re: Arabic as she is spoke

Baaden - yimkin badi bokra..?

Ma-asalama!

Ali

(Later - perhaps day after tomorrow?)

Re: Arabic as she is spoke

شكرا

Shukraan Sakidee

Thank you my friend

Cheers Rod

Re: Arabic as she is spoke

Saida!

SSH - Speak quietly! You may wake somebody up....

Ma-asalama!

Ali

Re: Arabic as she is spoke

Saida!

Aiawa

English

Re: Arabic as she is spoke

No wonder a lot of them are asleep, they have been counting kharoof (sheep).

wahid
itnayn
talaata
arb'a
khamsa
sitta
sab'a
tamanya
tes'a
ashara............and so on......

I wonder how many people who were stationed on RAF Abyad knew it is Arabic for 'white'?

Maassalama, for now.
Anna Mustafa Fagg.
:sleeping: