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    Posted: 06 October 2006 at 2:34pm

hi any1 know any languages?

i know a lil spanish, tiny french, lil arabic

but not so much so pls help

if any1 knows arabic wot does habibi mean pls?

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Assalaum alaikum,

Habibi means my beloved (habib means beloved).

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but your words...they break my soul ~
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ooh thanx ummziba

so which language do you speak?



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So sorry, Islam06, I didn't see this till just now!  Didn't mean to ignore your question.  I speak English (more or less  ) and I am just a beginner at speaking Arabic, though I can read and write it much better than I speak it!  I also can dabble in French, Spanish and Italian, but not enough to carry on a real conversation .

Peace, ummziba.

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hahaha im like that

i think i need to practise more lol

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Assalamu alaykom

I am fluent in both Arabic and English languages.

I'd like to help anyone who would like to learn arabic

cheers,

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Originally posted by Horus Horus wrote:

Assalamu alaykom

I am fluent in both Arabic and English languages.

I'd like to help anyone who would like to learn arabic

cheers,

Wa alaikum salam and welcome to IC forum!

Please feel free to add your contributions to the appropriate threads!  We are all anxious to learn and help one another!

(many thanks)

Peace, ummziba.

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Thank you for your kind reply

 

I'm really eager to participate .. But how?

Is there any certain curriculum to teach the language or I can just say one or two words with their translations and that's enough!

What is the best way for all of you to learn Arabic?

Thanks and Peace be upon you

Muhammad

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