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    Quote Originally Posted by maghrebiaa View Post
    shoukrane!
    i have just 1 question: which letter is this: ʊ ʊ & ə ?
    WELL , they r sounds not letters .

    ə is fat7a wile ʊ is dhammah . i told u this before right?
    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
    so like the farsi one...to me, it sounds like that. We say < man ham > مَن هَم (meaning "me as well"); < to ham > تو هَم "you too/you also" and so on.

    Are there actually many influences from Farsi to surrounding Arab dialects to be identified? I mean vocabulary, or something like that...

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    WHAT do u mean by تو هم و من هم احنا ما نستخدم هشكل شي يمكن عدكم بلفارسي
    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
    WHAT do u mean by تو هم و من هم احنا ما نستخدم هشكل شي يمكن عدكم بلفارسي
    No, I think Jihan means that "Hem" is like in Persian. Also in Turkish
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    aha . thanks jihan .
    so r u turkish or ur mother is iraqi and i=ur dad is turkish ?
    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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    @ Maha: Where can i learn how to spell phonetically like you have? Lo sma7ti ya3ni

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulin View Post
    No, I think Jihan means that "Hem" is like in Persian. Also in Turkish
    That's what I said, din't I?

    Oh, in Turkish it's hem/ham as well? Interesting...

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    I think Khali خالی "free/empty" is a Farsi word also used in Iraqi, isn't it? Just came to my mind...;-)

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    hi noona
    i think u need a teacher to help u . u need a person to teach u .
    look for english dictionary that give the phoentic sybmls and pronounce the words as well . ex longman dinctionary . try to compare the phonetic with how the dictionay pronunce the word .
    look , iam ging on holiday with my family for few days . when i came back i will try to teach u
    jihan , u r right
    bye for now . de quite in my absence . dont be nauty iam kidding
    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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    @Maha .. Tislami 7ubi. Troo7i w tirja3i bislama Have fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAHA View Post
    aha . thanks jihan .
    so r u turkish or ur mother is iraqi and i=ur dad is turkish ?
    No, I am originally Iraqi, I mean that both of my parents are Iraqi, But I was born & live in Sweden.
    I know some Turkish & I'm still learning it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jihan View Post
    I think Khali خالی "free/empty" is a Farsi word also used in Iraqi, isn't it? Just came to my mind...;-)
    no I think 5ali is an Arabic word because it has ta6areef
    khala(past tense of the verb)
    yakhlo(present tense)
    khali(adj.)
    The hours of pain have yielded good,
    Which prosperous days refused;
    As herbs, though scentless when entire,
    Spread fragrance when they’re bruised.

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    and yes I'm back, so any questions or help needed I am here!
    The hours of pain have yielded good,
    Which prosperous days refused;
    As herbs, though scentless when entire,
    Spread fragrance when they’re bruised.

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    How do you say:

    - What are you doing?
    - I hate you (ani akarhek?)
    - When do you have time for me?
    - Tomorrow in the morning/ afternoon/ evening
    - You're the sweetest friend (for a girl) I have!

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    - What are you doing?
    to a female=shga3eda tsaween?
    a male-shga3ed tsawee?

    - I hate you (ani akarhek?)
    to a female= anee akerhech
    to a male a= anee akerhak

    - When do you have time for me?
    to a female=shwaket yseer 3endach waket elee?
    to a male=shwaket yseer 3endak waket elee?
    - Tomorrow in the morning/ afternoon/ evening
    bacher el sobo7/ el thohor/ el masa
    - You're the sweetest friend (for a girl) I have!
    entee a7san sadee8a 3endy
    The hours of pain have yielded good,
    Which prosperous days refused;
    As herbs, though scentless when entire,
    Spread fragrance when they’re bruised.

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    Thank you Shohuda... enti men l 3iraa8?

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    @Amoena yes I am =)
    The hours of pain have yielded good,
    Which prosperous days refused;
    As herbs, though scentless when entire,
    Spread fragrance when they’re bruised.

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    Ee ya jama3a maku es2ile ba3ad?
    No more questions?
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    Yeah, I've got a request ;-)

    May somebody write an overview over verb konjugation in different tenses, ya'ni Present, Past, Future, Progressive for I You He She We You They in male and female?

    That would be very kind!

    I'd also appreciate an overview over so-called "small words" like question words, prepositions, adverbs of time and place, and words like "unfortunately, maybe, in case, in terms of/relating to etc."

    Sorry, I know it's a lot...

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    Present

    Example (Verb) - Walking [Yemshi]

    Ane/Ani (I) - [da/jay/ga3da-ga3ed] Amshi
    Enta (You-Male) - [da/jay/ga3ed] Temshi (Male)
    Enti (You-Female) - [da/jay/ga3da] Temshin
    Hoa (He) - [da/jay/ga3ed] Yemshi
    Hiye (She) - [da/jay/ga3da] Temshi
    E7na (We) - [da/jay/ga3din] Nemshi
    Entu (You-Plural) - [da/jay/ga3din] Temshun
    Huma (They) - [da/jay/ga3din] Yemshun

    [da/jay/ga3da-ga3ed] - This one is different, it's about accents.
    It's for "are/is doing something"

    da/jay is the same but ga3ed is for male and ga3da is for female.
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