Again with the names. It would be preferable if, rather than names, the subjects were improper nouns or pronouns.
A bit of mnemonics: being smart is THE KEY ;)
DUDE!!! Thank you! Hahahaha, now I won't forget that
Why is it "Tamer" and not "Tamir"? Sorry for dumb question.
I would like to know as well, since I think that it reads "Tamir" in Arabic!
There seems to be a thin line between "i" and "e", "e" and "a", "u" and "o". I usually try to pronounce them as something in between the two sounds but I don't know the language so treat it with a grain of salt.
Thought the same question myself.. So far i consider just like "ameen" and "amiin".
How would be ذَكِيّ pronounced? /dhakiyy/?
If you pronounce "dh" Like "th" Then yea
How do you tell the difference between "dh" and "n"?
Theki reminds of turkish "zeki" which has the same meaning ;)
i thought smart or intelligent was "3aqil" or "3aqilun"
3aqil is opposite of insane
"n" connects with the following letter when in the initial or the middle position, "dh" doesn't.
First box was small. Could not fit tamer in that