Yes, why "Arabic" wrong?
Arabic more accurately describes the language, while "Arab" is an adjective to describe the PERSON.
Why I hear "tee" between every word?
Is this Classic Arabic pronounciation? Also why was Arabic (girl) rejected? I think it would be okay in English.
The pronunciation is terreble.
You don't say it that way
So how do you say it? I thought it was /saamyaa bint(un) 3arabiyya(tun) dhakiyya/.
When I tap the bint button, it doesn't have a word.
Why is writing 'arabic' wrong?
Because for people we use Arab not Arabic.
Why writing "arabic" instead of "arab" is wrong
Arabic is a language; Arab is an adjective that you can use to describe a person.
Does "smart" mean well dressed or intelligent?
dhakiyy means clever. And DL always uses American English so it uses 'smart' to mean clever.
Um....we do have the word clever in American English.
The English translation in missing for girl in all these sentences
Is it Girl or Daughter?