Howdy Friends! Bon Jour, s-slamu wi-alikom, se-xbarek :^^:
I found a great tutor in Los Angles who has been very helpful. For the first time I am really getting a feel for how the Arabic language works!!!
I had my lesson last night on the use of [large]???[/large] (fin) when asking for singular blass and haja (place and thing) and wanted to check and make sure that I am understanding everything correctly. I’m going to try my best to mix in the few Arabic words I know. I just hope they are correct
What I’ve learned so far covers the use of [large]???[/large] (fin) when asking for blass and haja (place and thing). I was also working on how to ask for dcar and nitwah (masculine and feminine) blass and haja (place and thing)
Here is what I wanted to make sure is correct
When asking for blass (place) I use
fin jah for a a dcar blass (masculine place) or
fin jet for a nitwah blass (feminine place)
Do I have that correct?
Now onto how to ask for haja (thing.)
The way this was explained to me was that I simply use [large]??[/large] (huwa) or [large]??[/large] (heya).
So when asking for a haja (thing) I use
[large]??? ??[/large] for a dcar blass (masculine place) or
[large]??? ??[/large] for a nitwah blass (feminine place)
Do I have all that right or do I need some corrections?
I liked to make sure that I’m using the proper words for
blass - place
haja - thing
dcar - masculine
nitwa - feminine
and that I’m using
[large]??? ??[/large] (fin huwa)
[large]??? ??[/large] (fin heya)
It would be really helpful if I could get the following translated in Arabic and English (I’ve been making list of things and forcing myself to use the script as much as I can)
I’d love some “homework” on asking for blass and haja (place and thing)
Perhaps I could get a few singular blass and haja (place and thing) (in transliteration please) for practice.
P.S. If anyone lives in Fez or will be near Fez May 8th -10th we are having the 2nd annual Morocco Business Forum MBF. We are going to have the US Ambassador, Thomas Riely, as a keynote speaker. The Mayor of Fez, other local dignitaries and key business leaders from around Morocco are expected to attend. And we have Royal Patronage from the King
I’m going to give a break out session and lesson on “How to Market You Business in a Global Economy.” It’s going to be on how to tell your story and let the world know your business is different from other Global businesses. Basically it going to be how to tell the world that Morocco is a better choice than China or other countries for business.
It would be great to meet any of you who live in Morocco. The forum will also be a great chance to explore business opportunities (perhaps you might even come away inspired and excited and start a business!!!)
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