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"أَنْتِ مُعَلِّمة يا جودي."

Translation:You are a teacher, Judy.

August 9, 2019



Judy wakes up after a long sleep " Alexa, what am I?" Alexa - "You are a teacher Judy"


Whereupon she replies "...and I am very hungry."


انْتَ مُعَلّمة يا جُدي ?is it correct


Can anyone help me to understand the difference between mu3allim and ustad?


Mu3allin is a school teacher, it could be a tutor. Ustad is for high school, College or University education


Yes ،professor means ustad and teacher means mu3allim.


What is different between "anta" and "anti" ? Is it "anta" for man and "anti" for woman ?


Yes, it's "anta" for males and "anti" for females.


Yes it is , I am an Arab and i studying english. And could you tell me when we use Is ,Am and Are please.I will help you in Arabic if you want.


Hi, Anaam, the conjugation of the verb "to be" in the present tense is:

I am ...................... we are

you are.................. you are

he, she, it is ......... they are


Thank you benton.1 for helping me , Could you tell me when what is the difference between we do like and we like, And also The difference between Strange and Weird?? Please


We use "do" for emphasis. "We like hummus." "No, you don't." "Yes, we do like hummus!"

I find it best to use a dictionary to understand the subtle differences between words. "Strange" is something that is not previously known, something that is unusual, or uncommon. A person not previously know is a "stranger". "Weird" is something that is supernaturally mysterious or fantastically strange, eerie, unusual, or startlingly odd.

Most of us don't seem to know the difference between these words anymore and use them interchangeably. My small English/Arabic dictionary translates "strange" as "خريب" and weird as "خريب الاطوار". I hope this is helpful.


Yes, Anta means you in the masculine singular and anti means you in the feminine singular and hi means she and hu means he


Is it muallim or muallam ?


muallim; there is a kasra above the lam. Since there's a shadda - the shin-like sign which double the sound of lam- kasra is written under it and not under lam. I hope this is clear enough.


*there is a kasra below the laam.


muallim for males muallima for females


You're a wizard Harry!


Can someone tell me when to use ta mabuta and when to not. Im confused between the use of it


The symbol taa marbuuTa can only occur at the end of nouns and adjectives. Its job, almost always, is to indicate feminine gender. When it is indicating feminine gender, it will have the short "a" sound of "fatHa".

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