saam mutarjim jayyid
Is there a rule for where the order of multiple adjectives?
Yes, I can see a pattern for sure but I'm still trying to figure it out
Why is it mutarjim jayyid and not jayyid mutarjim?
Because, unlike in English, adjectives follow nouns in Arabic.
Maybe because in arabic first the noun is written and then the adjective
The pronunciation of translator word is wrong
Should say mutarjim
im going to git a 2000 day streak
Good luck I saw someone at 836
How can you tell the difference between the written 'aa' and 'l' in the middle of a word? They look the same to me!
The L is connected to both letters, left and right. The aa is only connected to the previous (right) letter but not to the next (left) letter. Compare:
Please, can you explain me how we are suppose to guess the meaning of words when we can only read the correctly ? Thank you so much
How can I translate a sentence if the word is entirely new to me?
If you put your mouse cursor over the words in the sentences, you see the translation. This is true for all Duolingo sentences except the reading exercises where you see three sentences and have to choose the correct one(s).
These words never appear before to be tested:(((
Do people normally type accents or just the characters?
Its harder with the writing