I am david and i am weird. sadface.jpg
This is the first time I've seen 'haha' in Arabic. هههه, I like it, haha!
Duolingo is mean to you bro!
I feel like when I hear the whole the sentence I hear:
But when I click on the word it sounds like there is a fatha (sound "a") on the ر :
Which one is it?
The first one
Finally. I was hearing that 'kasra' ( ِ ) sound several times in past examples
It is غَرِيب
the first one is the correct one, duolingo's tts has so many incorrect pronunciations here, you can report it
two different pronunciations are given for the word DAVID, depending on what you click on.
I dunno why my answer wasnt accpted when they look 10% the same
100% i mean*
Does the word غريب has other meanings like "strange" or it just means weird cuz I want to use it?
It means strange
I translated "غریب" as foreigner. Was I wrong? Doesn't is mean as foreigner too?
no "غریب" means strange and اجنبي means foreigner.They both have different meanings
My dictionary lists "foreigner" as a translation along with "weird" and "strange".
I think it means اجنبي
I have never heard anyone say "Do'or" means David..................... Is that a typo? David is ديفد.
They are translating the English name "David" into the Arabic name "Dawud/Daod". The sound is correct.
What's the difference between أنْتَ and أنتِ?
first one--anti is referring to a female (you-female)
second one --anta is referring to a male (you-male)
Anta is to a male and anti is to femr
In India We call Gharib to a poor person
Yeah something I really should know as a beginner
We're getting weird words that you won't use in beginner conversations only because they are still teaching the letters of the Arabic alphabet and this is a memorable word that starts with the new letter they introduced.