Recently, I met a guy telling me that he is trying to lose some weight. I asked him about his diet and he answered: “al-Mazeed”.
You use the dual form of a special word.
In Arabic, there is a special way to express the English word both.
Some people told me that they find it difficult to write formal letters and emails in Arabic. So, let’s check the most important ingredients of a letter. This time we focus on the last parts of a letter.
Some people told me that they find it difficult to write formal letters and emails in Arabic. So, let’s check the most important ingredients of a letter. We start with the salutation (المخاطبة) and some opening phrases.
The word ما is one of the most difficult words in Egyptian Arabic (and by the way, in Standard Arabic as well). Oftentimes, it is misunderstood. Let’s check its function as an amplifier.
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