Hi, our teachers!.I hope you be in good healthy mood.
Some questions irritate my mind .Here are :
Someone is very much fond of Riyadh , of Abha of Jeddah and Al-Qasba. He is “a Riyadophil”,“an Abhophil” ,”Jeddophil”and”an Al-Qasbophil”
How correct and well-formed are these coined words ?
accept my regards.
I'd use the 'phile'spelling, but both seem correct. I'd say those words are correctly formed.
Originally Posted by tdol
eureka .. eureka
Thank you , Tdol , :)
Always welcome, Ayed.
Someone who likes things French is a francophile.
Thumb up . man.
Originally Posted by RonBee
What about when I love Mr.RonBee?
May I be RonBeophile?Or what?RonBeophil
Be a RonBeeophile. :wink:
Originally Posted by Ayed
If you want to make up a word for a person who loves things Arabic, you could, I suppose, call that person an arabophile. There is a word for a person who loves things English: anglophile. For a person who loves things American, we will, I suppose, have to make one up. Perhaps: amerophile.
What a linguist man you are !
Tell you what, Mr.RonBee! let us invent another a new word connecting you with Mr.Tdol.
here : I love Mr.RonBee and Mr.Tdol .I am "Anglo-Amerophile" :wink:
Thank you .
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