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Topic: If you want any help in arabic, im here!
Posted: Tuesday, July 14, 2009 8:16:41 AM
alrakhie wrote:
hai Laila, i've been told that the al rakhie means ' sight from high ground'- الركي and Zafarul means ' the succedded', is these right? and you're right about Munifah. thank a lot.


Hi:
الركي is still not clear for me, do you mean الركحwhich is similar to your description?
as for "Zafarul" you must be refering to "al zafir" in Arabic leeters "الظافر" derived from the word "zafara" ظفر means to succeed.
Topic: nipping
Posted: Wednesday, June 3, 2009 5:02:35 AM
MichalG and Christine:

Thanks for the detailed information you provided,
I really appreciate it.

Topic: nipping
Posted: Tuesday, June 2, 2009 2:51:45 AM
I have a question:
Is the structure of this sentence correct? I mean to ask about 2 points,
1- How can we use "many" with "wind"? as it is uncountable noun.
2- If we are to use it this way, wind should be in plural form and remove the indifinite article "a".
in the meantime I suppose that the meaning of the sentence is different from that I have in mind.
Any explanations will be wellcomed.
Topic: some arab names of the rain - اسماء المطر ودرجاته عند العرب
Posted: Monday, May 25, 2009 2:56:47 AM
شكرا لك ليلى على المعلومات المفيدة
حياك الله وزادك علما ومعرفة
Topic: Windows Vista
Posted: Tuesday, May 5, 2009 3:54:43 AM
I hate it
Topic: What's the difference between Chief and Boss?
Posted: Tuesday, May 5, 2009 3:37:42 AM
It seems to me that "boss" is the one who manages and supervises your work and the one whom you refer to during normal daily work, while chief denotes a rank which a person in common used to assume. for example, a "chief advisor", a "chief engineer", "chief executive" refer to a common post, but anyone who works with one of these "chiefs" would say "My boss" rather than "My chief".
Topic: plz help me
Posted: Saturday, May 2, 2009 3:32:47 AM
From your writing, I can see that your English is quite good.
Just keep up and do as Akkuratix told you.
Topic: If you want any help in arabic, im here!
Posted: Thursday, April 23, 2009 8:05:37 AM
Hi everybody,

I'm an arabic native speaker, and I think it would be better if we can write both in arabic and english for those who can't read arabic.
Pray [/quote]

Yes, that's fine.
Writing in both languages would be fair and acceptable for all.
Topic: If you want any help in arabic, im here!
Posted: Thursday, April 23, 2009 7:47:02 AM
Can you see how forums in other languages are doing?
Some Arab forums in other sites, have a separate English section and the English language is the main language in these sections.
Topic: If you want any help in arabic, im here!
Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2009 3:35:04 AM
Rosina wrote:
I'm very interested in this language, is it really difficult to learn?


Did you try learning the language? or you only heared about it?
It could be easy for you to learn.