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    Well, dear Mavii, i took 10 verbs and put them in the Imperative mood, f. and m. singular and plural and also m+f (dual). I hope i did at least something good.

    1. to do – m. sg. ifa3al
    f. sg. ifa3ali
    m+f ifa3ala
    m. pl. ifa3alu
    f. pl. ifa3alna

    2. to talk - m. sg. itakallam
    f. sg. itakallami
    m+f itakallama
    m. pl. itakallamu
    f. pl. itakallamna

    3. to come out - m. sg. ukhruj
    f. sg. ukhruji
    m+f ukhruja
    m. pl. ukhruju
    f. pl. ukhrujna

    4. to come in – m. sg. udkhul
    f. sg. udkhuli
    m+f udkhula
    m. pl. udkhulu
    f. pl. udkhulna

    5. to get on (a bus) – m. sg. irkib
    f. sg. irkibi
    m+f irkiba
    m. pl. irkibu
    f. pl. irkibna

    6. to study – m. sg. udrus
    f. sg. udrusi
    m+f udrusa
    m. pl. udrusu
    f. pl. udrusna

    7. to send (a letter) – m. sg. ursil
    f. sg. ursili
    m+f. ursila
    m. pl. ursulu
    f. pl. ursulna

    8. to watch – m. sg. undhur
    f. sg. undhuri
    m+f undhura
    m. pl undhuru
    f. pl. undhurna

    9. to believe – m. sg. usaddaq
    f. sg. usaddaqi
    m+f usaddaqa
    m. pl. usaddaqu
    f. pl. usaddaqna

    10. to applaude – m. sg. usaffaq
    f. sg. ussaffaqi
    m+f usaffaqa
    m. pl. usaffaqu
    f. pl. usaffaqna


    And for the verbs, that already end in "i", which is their Imperative? For example, for the verbs: iabni (to build) and iughani (to sing).

    Please correct my mistakes. Thank you.

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    I love this!! Go on please with learning us arabic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Layla View Post
    Well, dear Mavii, i took 10 verbs and put them in the Imperative mood, f. and m. singular and plural and also m+f (dual). I hope i did at least something good.


    2. to talk - m. sg. itakallam
    f. sg. itakallami
    m+f itakallama
    m. pl. itakallamu
    f. pl. itakallamna
    -this right but without (i) so just delete the letter (i)



    3. to come out - m. sg. ukhruj
    f. sg. ukhruji
    m+f ukhruja
    m. pl. ukhruju
    f. pl. ukhrujna

    4. to come in – m. sg. udkhul
    f. sg. udkhuli
    m+f udkhula
    m. pl. udkhulu
    f. pl. udkhulna

    5. to get on (a bus) – m. sg. irkib
    f. sg. irkibi
    m+f irkiba
    m. pl. irkibu
    f. pl. irkibna

    6. to study – m. sg. udrus
    f. sg. udrusi
    m+f udrusa
    m. pl. udrusu
    f. pl. udrusna

    7. to send (a letter) – m. sg. ursil
    f. sg. ursili
    m+f. ursila
    m. pl. ursulu
    f. pl. ursulna
    ursil means i send & when u put it in the Imperative mood it goes like this
    f.sg - arseli
    m+f - arselaa
    m.pl - arsilo
    f.pl - arsilna


    8. to watch – m. sg. undhur
    f. sg. undhuri
    m+f undhura
    m. pl undhuru
    f. pl. undhurna
    yandhor is the verb from nadhara, when u put it in the Imperative mood it goes like this:
    f.sg - ondhori
    m+f - ondhora
    m.pl - ondhoro
    f.pl - ondhurna

    9. to believe – m. sg. usaddaq
    f. sg. usaddaqi
    m+f usaddaqa
    m. pl. usaddaqu
    f. pl. usaddaqna
    here just delete the letter (u)


    10. to applaude – m. sg. usaffaq
    f. sg. ussaffaqi
    m+f usaffaqa
    m. pl. usaffaqu
    f. pl. usaffaqna
    here delete the letter (u) .


    And for the verbs, that already end in "i", which is their Imperative? For example, for the verbs: iabni (to build) and iughani (to sing).

    yabni is verb from bana yabni
    so
    f.sg - ebni
    m+f - ebneya or ebno
    m.pl - ebno
    f.pl - ebno
    ------
    the verb to sing
    singing (ghena`a) ghanna is past verb
    yoghanni is present verb..

    Imperative mood
    f.sg - ghanni
    m+f - ghanno or ghanneya (both is correct)
    m.pl - ghanno
    f.pl - ghanno

    Please correct my mistakes. Thank you.
    but you are very good
    Bravo

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    hi mavi can u for example learn os this in arabic :

    I / Me
    You
    He
    She
    We
    They

    I dont know
    she dont know
    and so on ..

    can u help?
    Last edited by LaaSemaa; 02-06-2008 at 05:00 AM.

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    Thank you, Mavii! I'll post other Grammar things here, so you can tell me if I'm right or wrong.

    How do you say: "Unfortunately, I'm still thinking about you?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaaSemaa View Post
    hi mavi can u for example learn os this in arabic :

    I / Me - Ana
    You - anta for (m) ante (f)
    He - howa
    She - heya
    We - nahno
    They- hom

    I dont know- ana la aaref (or) la aaref
    she dont know - heya la taaref
    and so on ..

    can u help?
    if u need another things just write here & am ready to answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Layla View Post
    Thank you, Mavii! I'll post other Grammar things here, so you can tell me if I'm right or wrong.

    How do you say: "Unfortunately, I'm still thinking about you?"
    "Unfortunately, I'm still thinking about you?"
    Lel asaf la zelto offaker bk (if u r talking to male)
    Lel asaf la zelto offaker beke (if u r talking to female)

    & in the every day arabic language it goes like this

    Lel asaf lessa bffkr feek (M)
    Lel asaf lessa bffkr feeke (for female)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maviii View Post
    if u need another things just write here & am ready to answer
    shoukran kteer maviii

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maviii View Post
    "Unfortunately, I'm still thinking about you?"
    Lel asaf la zelto offaker bk (if u r talking to male)
    Lel asaf la zelto offaker beke (if u r talking to female)

    & in the every day arabic language it goes like this

    Lel asaf lessa bffkr feek (M)
    Lel asaf lessa bffkr feeke (for female)
    Chukran ktir, Mavii!

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    I was away for a while, but now I'm back and I'll study all of your great posts Mavii. Thanks for the help you provide to all of us. Do you want me to make this thread sticky? Then it will always stay in the first place.
    Άνθρωποι τύχης είδωλον επλάσαντο, πρόφασιν ιδίης αβουλίης.

    ~Δημόκριτος~

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    wo0ow

    it's helpful

    nice from you

    ^_^
    Give ur smile 2 every 1

    but....

    Give ur heart 2 only 1

    ^_^

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    Quote Originally Posted by maria_gr View Post
    Do you want me to make this thread sticky? Then it will always stay in the first place.
    Very good idea, Maria. Yes, let's sticky this.

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    Please, Mavii could you tell me, what the word "yane" means. I've heard it a lot at Nancy Ajram. Just take a look at this interview:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OI6Ni...eature=related

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    thanx for good info friends =)

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    if you dont have arabic keyboard try to combine letters in this way :

    Start/Run/ charmap/ Enter
    after you Run the charpmap you should change the Language from Arabic
    and you should choose " tahoma " font

    and the copy paste

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    Quote Originally Posted by lollipop View Post
    Very good idea, Maria. Yes, let's sticky this.
    Thank you both (Maria gr & lollipop) for sticky this thread..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Layla View Post
    Please, Mavii could you tell me, what the word "yane" means. I've heard it a lot at Nancy Ajram. Just take a look at this interview:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OI6Ni...eature=related
    dear layla this word means:
    (yani) : that is to say, I mean, in other words..

    this word is the same turkish word (yani) & means the same as turkish people use it .. & in other way it used usually like american people use the word
    (u know)... but yane or yani means : i mean .. what i mean ...etc)
    i hope u got it now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maviii View Post
    dear layla this word means:
    (yani) : that is to say, I mean, in other words..

    this word is the same turkish word (yani) & means the same as turkish people use it .. & in other way it used usually like american people use the word
    (u know)... but yane or yani means : i mean .. what i mean ...etc)
    i hope u got it now
    Thank you! Yes, i got it now, thanks God!

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    great topic but i have question, u put here arabic letter, but can u say how spell them.. i mean how to spell 2, 3 7 etc> i arabic words, coz it is so compilcated

    for example in such word 2esset 3osha2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nozika View Post
    great topic but i have question, u put here arabic letter, but can u say how spell them.. i mean how to spell 2, 3 7 etc> i arabic words, coz it is so compilcated

    for example in such word 2esset 3osha2
    the arabic numbers spelling is different than using
    it in this case (2esset 3osha2)
    this way is discovered by the new generation to make it easy when sending messages by mobile coz some kind of mobiles dont have the arabic fonts so they use numbers .. also in translation by latin fonts to make it easy for non arabian people to spell the words ..coz in arabic languages there is lettlers
    which is not in english or another language and those letters have their own spelling ..

    so they use the number this way:
    2 : as a letter (ء)
    7 : as (ح)
    6: as (ط)
    3 : as (ع)
    and so on ...

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