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    a question:

    how is future tense expressed in Iraqi dialect?

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jihan View Post
    a question:

    how is future tense expressed in Iraqi dialect?

    Thanks in advance
    You have to but ''Ra7'' before the verb.
    Example: I will eat : Ra7 akoul

    Hope I could help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulin View Post
    You have to but ''Ra7'' before the verb.
    Example: I will eat : Ra7 akoul

    Hope I could help.
    Two questions:

    -Is ra7 used for all pronouns? (I mean: 'ra7 akoul, ra7 takoul(i), ra7 yakoul, ra7 nakoul, ra7 takoulou, ra7 yakoulou')

    -Is this the only way to express the future? (ya3ni, no '7a/sa' prefix at all?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by citlalli View Post
    Two questions:

    -Is ra7 used for all pronouns? (I mean: 'ra7 akoul, ra7 takoul(i), ra7 yakoul, ra7 nakoul, ra7 takoulou, ra7 yakoulou')

    -Is this the only way to express the future? (ya3ni, no '7a/sa' prefix at all?)
    1- Yes it is used to all pronouns
    2- No, it is not the only way to express the future, some people also use "7a", but the right way is "Ra7".

    Nice to see you here, in this forum Citlalli.
    ღ لا تحزن إن الله معنا ღ

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    Thank you dear Tulin glad to see you here too
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    how to express imperative in Iraqi dialect?

    like: write! come! go! and so on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jihan View Post
    how to express imperative in Iraqi dialect?

    like: write! come! go! and so on...
    no one here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jihan View Post
    how to express imperative in Iraqi dialect?

    like: write! come! go! and so on...
    It is like that, I don't know how to explain it but I will give some examples.

    Male: Write - ekteb, Come - Ta3al, Go - Ro7
    Female: Write - ketbi, Come - Ta3ali, Go - Ro7i
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    hi guys
    shlonchen banat
    3feh tulin , well done .
    jihan , add /i/ to the verb to use it for femal and add /u:/ to use it for men and add/n/ to use it for women
    /u:/ ,/n/ /i/ r englisj phinetic symboles
    each one of us is lucky . even if we go through tough time , we r lucky . we r lucky buz there r many people stand by us besides, when we look at others' peoblem we find out that ours is nothing

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    So the imperative in iraqi is basically the same as in foss7a... sa7??
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    Sa7 ya citaali.. Imperitive verbs that give commands are the same as fus7a,,

    But, roo7 = go is not a fus7a word as such.. the fus7a would be "ith'hab"

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    Gracias Noona
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    how you say just simply:

    and you too( to a women) in 3iraqi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maghrebiaa View Post
    how you say just simply:

    and you too( to a women) in 3iraqi?
    We say:

    * (w) enti hem
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    too = ham, as in Farsi? There we say هم as well...

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    another way

    and you too.. W inti ba3d ..(with a strong 3)

    @jihan- hum is them with the spelling of هُم... on iraaqi we say too as ham with the speling/pronounciation of هَمٌ..

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by citlalli View Post
    So the imperative in iraqi is basically the same as in foss7a... sa7??
    hi dear how r u . soory for late replay
    yes , basically , it is the same . but the 7arakat r different .
    ex in i raqi , we say ta3alou /tə3Šlu:/ . while in fus7a, we pronounce it /tə3Šləu/
    each one of us is lucky . even if we go through tough time , we r lucky . we r lucky buz there r many people stand by us besides, when we look at others' peoblem we find out that ours is nothing

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    i want to say the pronunciation of"ham or hem " is /həm/
    ani ham /həm/=me too
    hia ham /həm/=she too
    hʊə ham /həm/=he too
    həʊmə ham /həm/= they too
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    each one of us is lucky . even if we go through tough time , we r lucky . we r lucky buz there r many people stand by us besides, when we look at others' peoblem we find out that ours is nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAHA View Post
    i want to say the pronunciation of"ham or hem " is /həm/
    ani ham /həm/=me too
    hia ham /həm/=she too
    hʊə ham /həm/=he too
    həʊmə ham /həm/= they too
    shoukrane!
    i have just 1 question: which letter is this: ʊ & ə ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAHA View Post
    hi dear how r u . soory for late replay
    yes , basically , it is the same . but the 7arakat r different .
    ex in i raqi , we say ta3alou /tə3Šlu:/ . while in fus7a, we pronounce it /tə3Šləu/
    It's ok there's no rush!

    Thanks for ur answer too :-*
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