olesya wrote:Hello dear teachers Mr.Ehab Saleh and Mr.Mohammad Moshaya.
In audio file I clearly hear that you pronounce How are you like “Kayfa 7aluka/7aluke”, while in PDF it mentioned like “Kayfa 7alak/7alek”…
When I was working with Arabic team, I used to hear that they pronounce it like “Kayfak/Kayfek” and “Kayf al7al”-is it possible to say like that?
Is it Sah if I say I know like Ana adry!?
So if I wanna say your brother, can it be like that A’7ak and your sister like o’7tak…?
Very often I hear that arabs say Why like Laysh, is there any difference between Lematha and Laysh? Can I use them in my speech equally?
And I have some suggestions:
I have some Arabic friends who live in another city/country and they are coming to my place very seldom. It would be just great if I know some useful expressions for next situations:
It can be a telephone call, including expressions-“I miss you and want to see you ASAP! How is your work and how do you spend your time there?”...
Another situation is when friend is leaving my town, some expressions like “Didn’t you forget anything? Be careful on the road! And just Take care!”…
دير بالك على حالك And just Take care! (this is a bit colloquial)
and that's it.
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