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    Hi friend's! I have some quetions,maybe somebody can help me
    How can I say? :

    I know
    You know
    He/She know ....

    And how can I ask? - You know ... ?(male-Female)

    I want
    You want
    He/She want ...

    You want ... ?

    thanx!!!!

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    How do the Iraqies express the future tense ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by merya View Post
    Hi friend's! I have some quetions,maybe somebody can help me
    How can I say? :

    I know
    You know
    He/She know ....

    And how can I ask? - You know ... ?(male-Female)

    I want
    You want
    He/She want ...

    You want ... ?

    thanx!!!!
    1.
    I know - Ani/Ane a3ruf
    You know - Ente t3ruf (Male), Enti t3urfin (Female)
    She knows - Hiyye t3ruf
    He knows - Ho'a yu3ruf

    2.
    For male you can say "Ente t3ruf/tedri enu....?"
    And for female you can say "Enti t3urfin/tedrin enu....?"

    3.
    I want - (Ani/Ane) erid
    You want - (Ente) trid (Male), (Enti) tridin (Female)
    She wants - (Hiyye) trid
    He wants - (Ho'a) y'rid

    4.
    Female - Tridin...?
    Male - Trid...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh right View Post
    How do the Iraqies express the future tense ?
    We put "ra7" before the verb
    For example: I will write - ra7 ekteb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulin View Post
    We put "ra7" before the verb
    For example: I will write - ra7 ekteb
    Really, it seems this "ra7" exists in many dialects, Lebanon, Syria, Algeria.
    Interesting !

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    Thank you very much Tulin!!!!

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    How to say " to rinse" in Iraqi dialect ?

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    hi! I was hear iraqis used /I know-Ani adri/ thats right???
    and how can I say :I/You/He/She understand
    I/You/He/She learn
    I/You/He/She sit
    I/You/He/She speak
    I/You/He/She ask
    glas
    napkin
    tram

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    Quote Originally Posted by merya View Post
    hi! I was hear iraqis used /I know-Ani adri/ thats right???
    and how can I say :I/You/He/She understand
    I/You/He/She learn
    I/You/He/She sit
    I/You/He/She speak
    I/You/He/She ask
    glas
    napkin
    tram
    Yes, "Ani edri" is another way to say "I know" .. so it's right

    1. I understand - Ani/Ane afhem
    You (Male) - Ente tefhem
    You (Female) - Enti tefhemin
    She - Hiyye tefhem
    He - Ho'a yefhem

    2. I learn - Ani/Ane et3alem
    You (Male) - Ente tet3alem
    You (Female) - Enti tet3alemin
    She - Hiyye tet3alem
    He - Ho'a yet3alem

    2. I sit - Ani/Ane eg3ud
    You (Male) - Ente tug3ud
    You (Female) - Ente tgu3din
    She - Hiyye tug3ud
    He - Ho'a yug3ud

    3. I speak - Ani/Ane etkellem/a7chi
    You (Male) - Ente tetkellem/te7chi
    You (Female) - Enti tetkellemin/te7chin
    She - Hiyye tetkellem/te7chi
    He - Ho'a yetkellem/ye7chi

    4. I ask - Ani/Ane es2el
    You (Male) - Ente tes2el
    You (Female) - Enti tes2elin
    She - Hiyye tes2el
    He - Ho'a yes2el

    Glas - Glas (Same, but the L is like the L in LOVE )
    Napkin - Klinse
    Tram - I don't know sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh right View Post
    How to say " to rinse" in Iraqi dialect ?
    We say "ye3'sel" or "ye3'esel"
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    how can I say:
    sometimes
    anywhere
    nowhere
    dialect
    really
    I can't read it
    I miss you/ I missed you
    I don't understand everything
    I practice the iraqi dialect

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    Sometimes - Marrat, a7yanen
    Anywhere -Wen ma chan/kan
    Nowhere - it depends on what you want to say give me an example on a sentence!
    Dialect - Lehje
    Really - Haqiqaten
    I can't read it - Ma egdar aqraha
    I miss you/I missed you - Mishtaqetlek/Shtaqetlek (Male), Mishtaqetlich/Shtaqetlich (Female)
    I don't understand everything - Ma efhem kul/kel shi
    I practice the iraqi dialect - Ani/Ane et3alem el lehje el Iraqiyye
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    Thank you dear Tulin!can you help me more?
    I can't find my keys nowhere.
    I hate the dogs
    perhaps I see you again
    I don't believe this is reality
    This is evident
    with me/with you
    I go to the toilet
    We must buy toilet papier and handkerchief
    I'm very happy/sad/angry/sleepy

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    Can someone please translate these lines for me in iraqi dialect:

    What do you think about this city? What is your opinion about this city?
    How long do you live here?
    Do you have family or friends here?
    Do you know alot of people here?
    What is the problem?
    See you next time
    I was born here
    I still study, i am in my third year

    Today I went
    yesterday I went
    Tomorrow I am going
    What did u eat yesterdat
    When do u go
    When do u went
    How much does it cost
    When do u sleep
    What did u learn for
    Do u study or do u work
    What did u learn for
    The important things in life are
    What do you mean?
    Which place did u born
    How many years do you work at
    I am going to sleep
    I am going to learn for my test
    I had a boyfriend years ago, I loved him very much but things didn't worked out, he wasn't my destiny. He was not serious in life
    that looks good
    very nice photo
    I like
    How was ur day?


    I have a throat ache, I have a head ache, my eyes hurt, my teeth hurt, hairloss, back ache, I have a stomach ache
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    Thank u very much too all..this thread is really useful.. Shukran huwyya..

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    Asalam aleykum

    I have some general questions about the Iraqi dialect. First...my plan is to first study Modern Standard Arabic and then move on to "some other dialect". I have swedish/algerian roots. But I have decided not to focus on Maghrib arabic. For some reason I have been interested in Iraq as a country. Also Lebanon/palestine are interesting countries. Therefor I have som interest in Levantin arabic also.

    My question is If I learn Iraqi arabic ...what other arabic countries/people can I speak to ? (not thinking of MSA). And the same question if I learn Levantin arabic.

    Is Levantin better understood in the arabic world than Iraqi dialect ? Are Levantine and Iraqi dialect close ?

    I hope someone can clear this out for me.


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    Default ????? ?? ???? ? ????

    Please can anyone explain what is difference between two arabi words.
    ????? ?? ?????????
    please explain in easy words

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastren View Post
    Please can anyone explain what is difference between two arabi words.
    ????? ?? ?????????
    please explain in easy words
    Which words do you mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kacem99 View Post
    Asalam aleykum

    I have some general questions about the Iraqi dialect. First...my plan is to first study Modern Standard Arabic and then move on to "some other dialect". I have swedish/algerian roots. But I have decided not to focus on Maghrib arabic. For some reason I have been interested in Iraq as a country. Also Lebanon/palestine are interesting countries. Therefor I have som interest in Levantin arabic also.

    My question is If I learn Iraqi arabic ...what other arabic countries/people can I speak to ? (not thinking of MSA). And the same question if I learn Levantin arabic.

    Is Levantin better understood in the arabic world than Iraqi dialect ? Are Levantine and Iraqi dialect close ?

    I hope someone can clear this out for me.


    http://www.everyayah.com/data/Englis...TEST/PageMp3s/
    That's not an easy question i guess.

    The answer is mainly threefold…You should learn:

    Modern Standard Arabic – if you want to read the Qur’an, be able to read state documents, books and sound cool when you ask questions when you travel
    Egyptian Arabic/Levantine Dialect – if you want to be mostly understood in the Arab world and be able to watch Arab TV, understand the lyrics in their music and so on
    Some specific dialect of Arabic – if you know specifically where you will go and live


    I guess Iraqi dialect is not so famous one so I wouldn't learn this dialect.Only if you wanna live there

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