mosesiji96 saysThu 4th Aug 16@03:07 amCan you please make a lesson on tennis?
amuadz01 saysMon 19th Dec 16@01:18 pm
Thank you,this is good for me. :) :)
athar_vvce saysFri 24th Feb 17@08:03 pm
can you please explain why plurals take feminine form
Ehab saysSun 26th Feb 17@03:51 am
This is a rule, so when using pronouns with plural you have to use the feminine pronouns, for example:
the books fell down, where kutub is books.
You will notice we used saqa6at with (t) at the end indicating we treated the word as feminine although the singular for of it is masculine. So it is a rule just like any other rule in Arabic language, where rules are extracted from the way people have spoken the language throughout history and not the other way round (i.e. someone made a rule then people followed it).
Hope that helped.
omarashwaq saysThu 2nd Mar 17@04:02 am
just confused with the word takhod is it used only when we address a female.. coz i thought takhod just means "you take"..
Zunaira saysMon 1st May 17@09:22 pm
How would the conversation be in MSA?
naidoov saysMon 18th Mar 19@07:36 pm
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never heard anything like this. fantastic gentlemen... really great work
Avaalbayer saysSun 21st Mar 21@05:24 pm
Love this !!!!!!!! Mashallah!
Beginner - Take a selfie
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Sometimes it seems like the whole world is in selfie mode! Everyone these days are taking selfies and the word has now made itself into other languages Arabic included. Tune in to learn how to suggest taking a selfie in Arabic.
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