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    Quote Originally Posted by bollyking View Post
    I thought in Khaliji Where is 'aynna'?
    Nope that would be fus7a

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Nope that would be fus7a
    aye khoda i have a feeling its going to take me forever to get fus7a and dialect straight!

    VivaPalestina there are no words sufficient enough to thank you for all the work you put in here to help us!

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    i'm a lil confused, can someone help me plzz.. :$

    حلوووو انا دايم اروح جنيف means i'm in geneva - i went to geneva - or i'm going to geneva?

    sorry.. i don't understand it (
    thnx alot! xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanyetta View Post
    i'm a lil confused, can someone help me plzz.. :$

    حلوووو انا دايم اروح جنيف means i'm in geneva - i went to geneva - or i'm going to geneva?

    sorry.. i don't understand it (
    thnx alot! xD
    nice,i always go to Geneva

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    Quote Originally Posted by bollyking View Post
    aye khoda i have a feeling its going to take me forever to get fus7a and dialect straight!

    VivaPalestina there are no words sufficient enough to thank you for all the work you put in here to help us!
    Awww bollyking thank you be khoda, I am more than happy to help

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    hiii
    i'd like learn Arabic language with tone gulf

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    and who speaks this dialect?

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    gulf arab countries :" saudi arabia - UAE- kuwiet- bahrin- qatar

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    I see.. I guess that's not much different from Syrian colloquial, isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanzailan View Post
    I see.. I guess that's not much different from Syrian colloquial, isn't it?
    It is different unfortunately Gulf Area has their own accent.Starting from prononcuation ,vocabulary ,grammar etc.....

    If you want to be understandable stay with Syrian Accent and then u will be able to communicate easily also
    in Jordan,Palestine & Lebanon.Apart this Syrian accent is widely understood as Egyptian one

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    yeah.. I will concentrate on Syrian first. But I like Egyptian songs.. maybe I will learn Egyptian slowly.

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    Don't you understand egyptian songs?

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    Not really.. but I will try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanzailan View Post
    Not really.. but I will try.
    I think you will be able to pick them all up easily, khaliji isnt too bad, for instance
    I miss you - shta2tlek (syrian) sha8telch/shtagtlch (iraqi/khaliji) wa7ashtini (egyptian) twa7achtek (north african)

    Egyptian has its own words, but they're easy to pick up quickly

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    Insha Allah shuwayye shuwayye..

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    hi - i want to translate these sentences to the Arabic language - Dialect Saudi -

    - How are you doing
    - Are you angry?
    - Are you satisfied?
    - Do you love me?
    - Do not leave me!
    - I want to be close to you
    - i can't stop thinking of you
    - i can't live without you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aloha ~ View Post
    hi - i want to translate these sentences to the Arabic language - Dialect Saudi -

    - How are you doing
    - Are you angry?
    - Are you satisfied?
    - Do you love me?
    - Do not leave me!
    - I want to be close to you
    - i can't stop thinking of you
    - i can't live without you

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    - How are you doing
    Shlonek - shakhbarek - sheno ga3da tsaween (when talking to female)
    shlonak - shakhbarach - sheno ga3ed tsawi (when talking to male)

    - Are you angry? -
    ente m3assebeh - (f)
    enta m3asseb - (m)

    - Are you satisfied?
    radyeh ente (f)
    radi ent (m)

    - Do you love me?
    bet7ebni (asking male)
    bet7ebeeni (asking male)

    - Do not leave me!
    la tetrekeeni (to female)
    la tetrekni (male)

    - I want to be close to you
    areed akoon yammak (for male)
    areed akoon yammek (for female)

    - i can't stop thinking of you
    mani gadrah awagef tafkeeri beek (for male)
    mani gader awgef tafkeeri beeki (for female)

    - i can't live without you
    magdar a3eesh balak (for male)
    magdar a3eesh balaki (for female)

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    are this saudi gulf ?
    cause i think they don't say ( balak or balaki ) they say ( bedonak )
    like in husain al jasmy say's in his song ( magdar a3esh bedonak ) right O.o ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aloha ~ View Post
    are this saudi gulf ?
    cause i think they don't say ( balak or balaki ) they say ( bedonak )
    like in husain al jasmy say's in his song ( magdar a3esh bedonak ) right O.o ??
    they use both words

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    okay !
    thinks alot

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