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    What is the difference between Fa3ala Fa3ula and Fa3ila......
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    Hi Alice .. we can help you here in the forum
    dont hesitate to ask any question about arabic
    we'll do our best to help you out

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    What is the meaning of Faa3ala?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatima Clinic View Post
    What is the meaning of Faa3ala?
    Hi fatima, excuse me cause Im trying to learn arabic as you, and Im on the first step, if the word you are
    looking for is with these َletters, فع َ ل, the meaning is "to do", hope this helps you. Saludos desde Mxico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mexico62 View Post
    Mar haban, one doubt, when I was in Israel a friend told me "Ia tik el afie", and told me that means "God bless you", I want to know if this is Dialect or Fus7a and if the pronunciation is approximately good or how should I tell to a friend from Jordan. shukran tany (thanks again). saludos desde Mxico.
    "Ia tik el afie", = يعطيك العافية = ya'ateek al afieh
    meaning is = may god give you health ''literary'' but its used as bless you
    its usually used in different occasions
    you can say it to someone who's working
    or even say it as a '' hi '' while passing by someone who's doing something
    and sometimes people use it in funny way
    when u ruin something for example ..someone may tell you '' يعطيك العافية '' but meaning that what the heck you did

    so it depends in the situation .. its not a specific dialect so most of arab countries will understand it
    so to answer your question / you can say it as it is to anybody from jordan they will understand it perfectly
    you can write it this way '' ye36eek el 3afyeh '' to a Jordanian person .


    shukran tany (thanks again)/ its clear but not so correct
    instead you can say - [ shukran marra tanyeh ]

    hope it helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatima Clinic View Post
    What is the meaning of Faa3ala?
    fa3ala fa3ula fa3ila ..are derivative from the verb
    Arabic is a highly derivation language, i.e. you can make words from the same root by using different forms.
    In English, for example, we have words like, nation, national, nationalize, nationalization, etc.
    that are related to each other in form and meaning.
    Arabic is the same, and there are rules that govern how words are derived from each other.

    So in the word above '' fa3ala '' = فعل
    which means ''to do'' and same rhythm come the word '' kataba = كتب ''
    which means ''to write''

    hope i give sense ..its hard to explain all this in one post

    p.s / check the last page in the thread
    Arabic grammar from A-Z
    i edited the roots lesson

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    Thanks a lot Marviii

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    Marhaban Maviii, aiwa, your answer was so helpful, we are learning a lot with your wise guidance, shukran marra tanyeh wa ma salama.

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    Assalamu alaykum, min fadlik I have a friend that knows turkish, and Id like to know if there are some, many or no one similarities in this language with arabic. shukran iktir wa ila ilaka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mexico62 View Post
    Assalamu alaykum, min fadlik I have a friend that knows turkish, and Id like to know if there are some, many or no one similarities in this language with arabic. shukran iktir wa ila ilaka.
    sure especially if it goes about words

    Turkish /Arabic

    Kitap Kitab book
    defter deftar notebook
    mejlis majlis court
    kalem Qalem pencil
    mektep mektab desk/library
    meydan meydan area-center
    elbise melabis dress
    sebep sebab reason
    manzara manzhara view

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    Quote Originally Posted by mexico62 View Post
    Assalamu alaykum, min fadlik I have a friend that knows turkish, and Id like to know if there are some, many or
    no one similarities in this language with arabic. shukran iktir wa ila ilaka.
    Beside what CZAREK2581 said, which is vocabulary
    Also some grammar
    for example in Turkish they have a dropable separate pronoun and a word-linked proun, which is also presen in Arabic.
    So many common expressions are also present which can't be found in English or have no direct equivelnt.

    Look Here for same words, not to forget that some words are really Arabic origins but have different meaning than used in Arabic.

    Also in Arabic especially Lavantine contries beside Egypt has words originated from Turkish language.
    لا يَشْكُرُ الله مَنْ لا يَشْكُرُ النَّاس
    The One Who Doesn't Thank Others, Doesn't Thank God

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    Thanks CZAREK2581 and Oriee, your answers made me so happy, and encourage me to learn both languages, ana bhebak allughat. Shukran yazilan, ma assalama.

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    hala shbab alltheyrics !
    Ramadan kareem to all !

    who will help me follow the news on aljazeera by translating the following words ? I'm very interested in getting the arabic perspective on coverage from syria....

    likai
    tafteesh
    wada3a
    zumala - colleagues ?
    muthmain
    lajna
    matloob
    abraz
    mabla'3

    There's one more set after this, shokran jazeelan !

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    mavii,,,are the Yemeni arabic include the classical Arabic?? wish u get my point ,,thanks in advance,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by loolooalbadr View Post
    mavii,,,are the Yemeni arabic include the classical Arabic?? wish u get my point ,,thanks in advance,,,
    well in all arabic dialects a classic arabic words are used because after all its one language.

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    thank u all for passing by
    and i know that learning any language needs to be heared to make it more
    clear & easy & its the best way to contact but really am sorry
    i rarely use msn
    & i cant be online long time so i hope we contact here
    & i`ll do my best to answer any of ur questions my friends.
    forgive me coz i cant use msn or paltalk ..
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    It's ok, Mavii! We appreciate your help! And we will talk here!
    Ya weily ana, 7 sneen! Saba3aaaaaaaa! A7la sneen fi 7ayaty!

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    Cannot imagine how years passed so quick
    this place has a special place in my heart because i met special people like you my ducky :-*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maviii View Post
    Cannot imagine how years passed so quick
    this place has a special place in my heart because i met special people like you my ducky :-*
    Same here, my sunshine! 2adar w naseeb - what is meant to be, will always be

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    My duckiessss, how are youuuuu ? )) Who is STILL learning ?! ) Terma3 sha3ba
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