No, no…I have my counter, not with another flat…and I’m alone in this house (there are two floors + the terrace). I stay at the first floor (the second is for the son of the owner of the house…he lives in Italy, so he come here only 1 month in a year). What can I say? Insha Allah khair!!
ps: Mmmmmhhh, no, no, you’re wrong. We (Muslimin) MUST use “insha Allah” for EVERY action we want to make in the future (“future”…a minute or the next month, it’s the same…we cannot know if we will be alive shortly or if we will be able to do what we want). Subhana Allah, we can use NOT only (like Arabic habits) when we are surprised…it’s a DHIKR and in this way we glorify our Lord. And mashaa Allah, we MUST use often…but here the people never use, so the 'AYN is very widespread. If you tell me you’re sick, I can use “mashaa Allah”…If I say that I can die tomorrow, I can use “insha Allah”…here the people, unfortunately, dont know very well the religion and they often use the habits instead of REAL FIQH. Wa Allahu a’lam. I’m sorry but I can learn form you about darija and some others matter insha Allah…but about my DIN, I prefer to learn from Qur’an wa Sunnah, as understood by Sahaba, Tabi’un and Tabi’i al Tabi’in. Not from people habits. Insha Allah. Allahumma zidna 'ilma!!! Amin. Plz, dont resent…I think you’re Muslim like me, so you are my brother fil Din. smile Jazak Allahu khairan akhi.