It's true. I'm fast.
David is fast and agile and he won Goliath in a 1v1 battle.
David & Daud are the same name.
Right but it gave me wrong when I wrote Daud
Why is 'Dauud' not accepted as a rendition of the Arabic letters equivalent ? Why must it be 'David' ? Or is it simply a case of the contributors' trying to impose their personal bias on us all ?
I think it's Dawud, because the و can be both a 'w' and an 'u'
Maybe they wanted to point out similarities between westerners and Arabs
I wrote 'Dawoud' and it got rejected. Last time I wrote 'Dawood' and it said it should be 'Dawoud'. What's happening?
What is the in between 'a'?
I think it's a bug with the audio. I recommend reporting here: https://support.duolingo.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
داوود وليس دوود
I wrote Daud is fast and the system rejected it. SHAME!
David sound is unrecognisable
Very confused why the speaker said it sari'a, why not sari'?
يوجد خطأ david and dauud
ايوا صح فعلا
It's داوود not دَوود
It id is anything but not David
why do we exclude words like 'is' , 'are' in Arabic?
Not needed (: It like in the Turkish language
It says سریعَ which is wrong. Cuz سریع is not a مفعول.
does fast's "sarii3" have something to do with the law's "sharia"?
No, "sarii3" (fast) has nothing to do with "sharia" (the Islamic legal system).Two different words- spelled differently too.
Daud is David
I understands daud is david but as a name its been written daud why david??
David in Arabic: داوُۥد (داود)
Daud and david is the same