I would like to hear the phrases i sellect so that i can make sure i am learning them correctly.
I agree with Maya - we need to hear the phrases
My مِن was not first position but it counted as right?
I am American. I speak Urban Hijazi, Najdi and some Egyptian Arabic.
The syntax is similar to Hebrew with preposition first: מאיפה אתה
I want to learn more and more so please make it hard for and yes please tell me the meaning property of the difficult words
Sometimes it seems confusing
Because it seems one word will come at last and it comes in the middle and vice versa
Happens with me
I don't understand the syntax here
It says I have a typo but got the question right still. How is that possible?
Yes, we really need
It swapped which way around thia sentence structure goes.
Sounding so cute when she's saying "Bob".
it would be alot of help if when you get it wrong it read out the correct sentence. since it will be a new alphabet for most people and the script is so small its very difficult to see where im going wrong.
in reply to Maya (Maya603007), I am American.
Ah, but do people call you “Bob”, yeh RobertYoun587864, and are you an American from America, or an American from somewhere else (originally)?!
I was born in the United States.
Lorna, where are you from? You are making great progress on your Arabic. You must have a great facility for language learning.
I was born in America. They call me Bob.