Judy would be pronounced "juudii" in Arabic, not "juude." And it's 2uskutlandaa, without the final -n.
Since the words are pronounced by a person who is not a native Arab, it differs from the pronunciation in reality. Other that that, pronunciations change over time. Plus, the N doesn't matter
Why doesn't it matter?
I think Storme_Studios meant to say "serves no purpose," but is carrying over an expression from their native language.
النون آخر الكلمة خطأ.
النطق العربي في معظم جمل البرنامج خاطئة.
iss- kott-Lan- daa without "n" at the end
Yes, it does not matter
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله و بر كاته يا جماعة
How is iscotlandi formed .. i mean with how many arabic letters ?
Whooohoooo, I got that right. Judy min iscotlandi.
scotlandi is for men and scotlanda is for women?
thats what my teacher said
The country of Scotland is "إِسْكُتْلَنْدا" (Iscotlanda); "إسْكُتْلَنْديّ" Iscotlandi is Scottish (masculine adjective) or a Scotsman; "إِسْكُتْلَنْدية"; (Iscotlandia) should be Scottish (feminine adjective) or a Scotswoman.
I got it wrong !
No problem brother. InshaAllah you'll get get it right sooner or later :)
So don't you worry ☺️