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    Quote Originally Posted by jnvlv247 View Post
    What's the difference in saying for example

    Bitoul??
    Matoul?

    Bitoul means you're saying
    Matoul means speak! or tell! it is imperative

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    matoul also may mean don't tell, yani it depends

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    wow...thanx Mavi(or should i say blue)..are you from turkey?...Any way i found it verry usefull what u do...thanx again...hope ill learn the basics in arabic at least...its kinda difficult

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    Wink gr8

    GREAT TOPIC!!!

    really helpfull for beginners like me ...

    shukran
    مارتيني

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    Cool Shukran

    Assalam Alikum..
    ismee ana, && this thread is awesome.
    I know some arabic, but not original because egyptian dialouge is kind of easier.

    Well I would like to know how to say the following :

    Long time no see.

    Come here.

    Stop.

    Good/ Bad.

    I probably will have more later.

    Min fadlik habite.. Massalam.

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    !!!!i know egyptian little but some one should check it !!!!

    Long time no see. fatra tawele ma shoftaksh ( female to male )

    Come here. ta3al la hena ( said to male)
    ta3ali la hena ( said to female )

    Stop.= 3andak/ wa2af

    Good/ Bad.= kwayes/ mish kwayes

    I probably will have more later. =momkin yeb2a 3andy zeyada ba3deen

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    dear friend is it possible to translate the words to egyptian

    ________ Body______________
    cheek
    chin
    throat
    neck
    eyelashes
    eyelid
    eyebrow
    forehead
    temple
    wrist
    ankle
    heel
    elbow
    knee
    leg
    foot
    arm
    lip
    moustache
    beard
    eye
    ear
    thumb
    fore finger
    nail
    shoulder
    hair
    head
    nose
    tooth
    waist
    toefinger
    stomach
    tigth
    finger

    Clothes/_______
    shirt
    tie
    suit
    pullover
    sock
    stocking
    shoe
    sandalet
    cardigan
    short
    vest
    swimtruck
    briefs
    glove
    trainer
    scraf
    overcoat
    weristcoatceket
    pant
    tights
    belt
    dress
    jeans
    jumper
    button
    trucksuit
    zip
    slipper
    hat
    pyjma
    House and objects______
    bookcase
    wardrobe
    shelves
    rocking chair
    cupboard
    desk
    trollley
    armchair
    sidebord
    sofa
    table
    shower
    bin
    aerial
    ashtray
    bathtub
    letterbox
    doormat
    coat rack
    tap
    heating
    candle
    cushion
    lamp
    frame
    key
    socket
    plug
    mirror
    doorbell
    radio
    gardrop
    basement
    ground floor
    upper storey
    loft
    cellar
    room
    corner
    stairs
    step
    bannisters
    lift
    wall
    roof
    roof tile
    firepalece
    door
    front door
    window
    balcony
    garden
    terrace
    yard
    garage
    landing
    kitchen
    dining room
    living room
    bedroom
    bathroom
    toilet
    children's room

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    ________ Body______________
    cheek... khodood
    chin... da2n or thakn
    throat... hongara ..or 7unjara
    neck... rakaba.. or ra2aba
    eyelashes... romoosh
    eyelid... gefn
    eyebrow... 7ageb
    forehead.. gabha or sabah
    temple... koo3
    wrist... rosgh
    ankle... ka7el
    heel... ka3b
    elbow.... merfak el eed
    knee... rukbah
    leg... saa2 or saak
    foot... regl or kadam
    arm... zera3 or thera3
    lip ... sheffa ...lips = shafayef
    moustache... shareb or shwareb
    beard.... le7ya
    eye... 3ain
    ear... wedn or ( othun in fus7a )
    thumb.... ebham
    fore finger... sbbaba
    nail... defr
    shoulder... ketf
    hair.... sha3r
    head... raas
    nose... anf
    tooth... snaan
    waist... khasr
    toe finger.... sba3 el kadam or osba3 el kadam
    stomach.... me3da
    tigth... ??
    finger... osba3

    Clothes/_______
    shirt... amees
    tie... grafeh or garafatta..
    suit... badla
    pullover... bolooza
    sock.. gawareb or ( jwareb in fus7a)

    shoe... kundara ... or ne3al or 7etha2
    sandalet... sandal
    cardigan... bolooza bel azrar
    short... short
    vest.. sdreyeh
    swimtruck... mlabes sba7a or mayo
    briefs... lebaas or kalsoon or koloon
    glove... kuffaz or
    trainer.. traning
    scraf... shaal
    overcoat... me3taf... kab .. balto
    weristcoatceket ...??
    pant... bantaloon
    tights... gawareb
    belt... 7ezam
    dress... fustan
    jeans... jeanz
    jumper.. blooza
    button... zer
    trucksuit... ??
    zip... sa77ab
    slipper... ne3al .. mantafli
    hat.. kubba3a or ta2eya
    pyjma... bjama

    House and objects______
    book case... khazanet kotob or rf kotob
    wardrobe ... khazana or dolab
    shelves... rofoof
    rocking chair... kursi hazzaz
    cupboard... dolab
    desk... tawla or mendada
    trollley... ??
    armchair... kanaba
    sidebord... ??
    sofa... sofa
    table... tawla
    shower... doush
    bin...
    aerial.. hawa2i
    ashtray... mtakka or mnfadat dukhan or mnfadat sgayer
    bathtub... banio
    letterbox... sondoo2 el rasayel
    doormat... da33asa..or mamsa7a
    coat rack.. 3alla2a or abagoor
    tap... 7anafeyeh
    heating... tadfe2a
    candle... sham3a
    cushion... masnad
    lamp.. msba7 or lamba
    frame... e6ar or berwaz
    key.. mofta7
    socket... ??
    plug... saddada
    mirror... mer2ah or meraya in egyption
    doorbell... garas in egyption or jaras in fus7a
    radio... radio
    gardrop ...??
    basement... tasweya
    ground floor... tabe2 ardi
    upper storey... sotoo7
    loft... el3leeyah
    cellar... abw or kabu
    room.. ghorfa or oda in egyption
    corner... zawya
    stairs... darag or daraj
    step... khotwa
    bannisters... ??
    lift.... mas3ad or asansair
    wall.. 7ee6
    roof... sa2f or sakf in fus7a
    roof tile... sa2f
    firepalece .. fire place
    door... bab
    front door.. elbab el amami
    window.. shubbak
    balcony.. balakona
    garden.. 7adee2a or 7adeeka
    terrace... shurfa
    yard.. sa7a or 7adeeka
    garage.. karaj or garag
    landing..
    kitchen... matbakh
    dining room... ghorfet el sofra or odet el doyoof
    living room.. ghorfet el ma3eesha or odet el ma3eesha
    bedroom.. odet el noom
    bathroom.. 7ammam
    toilet... toilet
    children's room.. odet el atfal or ghorfet el atfal


    i do my best

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    Can you please translate this:

    Who
    What
    Where
    When
    Why
    How

    Phrases

    What are you doing?

    Please be quiet.

    You are mean.

    You are nice.

    Don't worry about it.

    Can I please have a watermelon shisha and a fresh orange juice.

    How many?

    Thats all for now tnx =)
    Those who mind, don't matter. Those who matter, don't mind!

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    Default question

    how do u pronounce the "2" "6" & "5" in arabic?
    Those who mind, don't matter. Those who matter, don't mind!

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    2 in like 2ala baly makes the a long so ahh-la-bali
    5 is just the kh like in khaled it's like a hissing sound
    6 I think is the hard T sound-opening your mouth like taa

    If anyone can clarify this thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ana1228 View Post
    Can you please translate this:

    Who.... mun?
    What ... matha?
    Where.. ayna?
    When... mata?
    Why... lematha?
    How... kayfa?

    Phrases

    What are you doing?
    matha taf3al? (m)
    matha taf3aleen? (f)

    Please be quiet.
    alraja2 al hudoo2 (plural)
    arjo an tabka hade2 (imperative- male)
    arjo an tabkee hade2a (imperative- female)

    You are mean.
    anta ta3ni (m)
    anti ta3neen (f)

    You are nice.
    anta lateef (m)
    anti lateefa (f)

    Don't worry about it.
    la taklak ala thalek (m)
    la taklaki ala thalek (f)

    Can I please have a watermelon shisha and a fresh orange juice.
    men fadlek oreedo shesha mu3assel ala ta3m al ba6eekh wa 3aseer burtukal taza
    How many = kam?

    Thats all for now tnx =)
    thats it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnvlv247 View Post
    2 in like 2ala baly makes the a long so ahh-la-bali
    5 is just the kh like in khaled it's like a hissing sound
    6 I think is the hard T sound-opening your mouth like taa

    If anyone can clarify this thanks
    thats right ... great job jnvlv247

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    Default This site is awesome

    Thank you so much for this guys!..


    Can someone please translate this...

    ma7adesh beyakhod aktar mn naseboo, ma7desh be2edoo ye2bal w maye2balshh..
    Those who mind, don't matter. Those who matter, don't mind!

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    mavi thanx for the translation =)

    eline sağlık =)

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    Mavii ---> Your're a good teacher and keep doin this fantastic job & I have a question..

    Someone asked what <Please be quiet> means..

    This was ur answer---

    <<<<Please be quiet.
    alraja2 al hudoo2 (plural)
    arjo an tabka hade2 (imperative- male)
    arjo an tabkee hade2a (imperative- female)>>>>>

    My question is then:-- I've heard the word <<" Arjouk">>..does it also mean the same as <Be quiet>??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ana1228 View Post
    Thank you so much for this guys!..


    Can someone please translate this...

    ma7adesh beyakhod aktar mn naseboo, ma7desh be2edoo ye2bal w maye2balshh..
    ma7adesh beyakhod aktar mn naseboo, ma7desh be2edoo ye2bal w maye2balshh..=no one can have more what god gave him,
    it's out of one's hand to refuse or accept

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    Quote Originally Posted by |SwEeT ~ AnGeL| View Post
    Mavii ---> Your're a good teacher and keep doin this fantastic job & I have a question..

    Someone asked what <Please be quiet> means..

    This was ur answer---

    <<<<Please be quiet.
    alraja2 al hudoo2 (plural)
    arjo an tabka hade2 (imperative- male)
    arjo an tabkee hade2a (imperative- female)>>>>>

    My question is then:-- I've heard the word <<" Arjouk">>..does it also mean the same as <Be quiet>??
    alraja2 al hudoo2 (plural)= silence please
    arjo an tabka hade2 (imperative- male)= please stay calm
    arjo an tabkee hade2a (imperative- female)=please stay calm

    arjok means please
    when u want person to do sth for u ,u ask kindly so u use arjok

    arjok for male
    arjoki for female

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    Quote Originally Posted by asidashy View Post
    alraja2 al hudoo2 (plural)= silence please
    arjo an tabka hade2 (imperative- male)= please stay calm
    arjo an tabkee hade2a (imperative- female)=please stay calm

    arjok means please
    when u want person to do sth for u ,u ask kindly so u use arjok

    arjok for male
    arjoki for female
    Thanks alot for answering,I really appreciate it

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    Maviii^^ Merhaba^^ If I wanna "pazarlamak" I mean "yisawim"... what do I gotta say? In Egypt?

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