Leesboek said:I would love to learn some Arabic, but unfortunately I don't have time as I want to improve my English first and I am also trying to learn German (and a little bit of Spanish). But learning a few Arabic words would be nice. I love languages, unfortunately I am not good in speaking foreign languages but I am happy when I understand it.
What I wonder about Arabic is:
- I like it the way Arabic is written, you read it from right to left, is that right?
- How many letters are there in the Arabic alphabet? And what about numbers, do you write 1, 2, 3.......?
- How do you write my name (Marja) in Arabic?
- What is "hello" in Arabic?
Aaron Penk said:I'm not sure if there's much of a difference in meaning, but how does it sound when someone uses the ش or not at the end of verbs?
مثلا: انا ما رحت للمدرسة
انا ما رحتش للمدرسة
Or would you just say:
انا ما كنت او جنت رايح للمدرسة
the language which u use is the informal,some of Arabic people use ش..and some use ما ..it's all about the dialect... for example..i say:ما رحت
my friend says:ما رحتش
but usually..the people who use ش ,don't use ما
but in formal Arabic..there is No ش in the end of the world in order to denial..
just we say in formal..لم اذهب
Any thing,,I'm here