Sounds almost like the spanish "usted" which is a polite form of 'you', which you would definitely use for your teacher or professor.. anyone else here thinking thats funny and good to remember or is it just me :D
I love it! This will help me remember. Thanks, have a lingot!
That was exactly what I thought lol
That's exactly what i use, too
I wonder whether there is a common root between "2ustaadh" and "estudiar" in Spanish (along with "étudier" in French and "study" in English).
Does this mean "a professor from America (subject unspecified)" or "a professor who teaches American (nationality unspecified)"?
The translation is "George is an American professor." It is speaking about George, that he is from America.
it's very similar to word ustad in Turkish (except there is double dot on u) or usta which means expert.
How أَ sounds like u in 'Ustadh'? It should be -a as أَ=a2, not u.
I KEEP SPELLING PROFESSOR WRONG!