So if it's a "yes/no" question then هَل is placed at the beginning of the question?
Thanks for clarifying. I saw that you have reached 897 days of daily language practice on duolingo and for that, I give you three lingots… That's mind-boggling!
Arabic is my mother language so if you want ask me anything
Hi,can u pls tell me how to translate a sentence from Arabic to English?
Hi!shanzay, yes i have an application to translate all languages. It helps me a lot. You can download it and translate anything you want called Google translate.
Hy can you help me ??
Yes, I can:)
oh, that's so nice! thanks! <3
Yes you are correct. Arabic does not really have a word for "is" when your describing something (ex. This is nice) except when you are asking a question.
Thank you for the clarification! Here, have a lingot.
What are lingots
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"Hal" is used for what?!
For the question
Its used in asking a 'Do' question.. eg, Do you understand.. Hal Tafahum
I found that using the word 'Architect' for both famine and masculine Arabic of 'Engineer' is correct too.
How do we translate this?
"Is engineer Ghassan a Dutch?"
what is the meaning of dutch
هولندی is deutch?????
Yes dutch is huulandii
People of Holland
I had the right answer ,But it said it was wrong