Note to anybody reading this: In Arabic, the Netherlands doesn't have a direct translation. Instead, whenever The Netherlands is mentioned, we translate it to Holland, which is present.
Thank you, Highly Rounded. What is the meaning of your last three words - "which is present"?
There is no P is Arabic so they say B.
like Paris they say Bariis.
Isnt there a "Pay" with three dots underneath???
The letter 'pay' is in Urdu.
In case you’re confused, there’s a trope for that.
(Which I started, y’all are welcome)
Can anyone explain Peru? What comes after the 'B'
It's the "i" sound, ي . So "Piiruu" is how they say it
Why is Peru spelled with a B and not a P?
There's no P in Arabic
Thanks a lot