Lebanese Arabic and French.
He's Jewish Iam very sure that he is Arabic and Muslim he was born in beirut and he is our family's friend
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Arabic is written from right to left. Arabic has 28 letters. Written from right to left.
To translate "it is written" to Arabic. that's how you pronouns it "maktoob" مكتوب and that's how it is written in Arabic :)
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No, Arabic isn't written from left to right. Arabic is written from right to left.
Arabic is written from right to left.
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Arabic is written from right to left.
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Arabic is written top to bottom but it is written right to left.
Lebanon was under a French Mandate for 25 years between 1918 and 1943. The French Mandate included all of Syria and Lebanon, with Beirut as its capital. During the Mandate, Beirut and its people were heavily influence by French culture. Its effects are evident in Beirut even today, where many people speak French and the local Lebanese dialect of Arabic has many French words mixed in. It is also common to see old buildings and… Read More
I hate You = akrahouk ( in Arabic ). and it written in Arabic this way : أكرهك or in the same meaning i don't love you = la ohibok ( in Arabic ) and it written in Arabic this way : لا أحبك
Actually, Arabic is written from right to left.
In the Arabic alphabet, strength is written as قوة.
In Arabic, the word "God" is normally written as "Allah".
Body = Jesm ( in Arabic ) .... and it is written this way : جسم My Body = Jesmee ( in Arabic ) .... and it is written this way : جسمي
Prize : jaa'ezaa ( in Arabic ) ... and it is written this way : جائزة Prizes : jawa'ez ( in Arabic ) ... and it is written this way: جوائز
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YES. Arabic is written from right to left. Most Semitic languages (other than those that use the Amharic Alphabet) are written from right to left, like Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic, etc.
"Nina" is written as "نينا", from English to Arabic
In Arabic, the word 'Omari' is written عمري.
Arabic-speaking countries use Arabic as their written language.
i think it has to be read in Arabic because it is written in Arabic.
Alisha is not an Islamic name, but is written like this in arabic: اليشا The closest Islam name is Alishba, which means 'Pretty' and is written like this in Arabic: اليشبا or A'isha which means 'Alive' and is written like this in Arabic: عائشة.
The question as posed is nonsensical and likely derives from the misunderstanding of how Arabic is written. Arabic is not written with symbols or ideographs (like Chinese), but is written with letters in an alphabet. It just happens that the alphabet used in Arabic is different than the Latin alphabet used in English. The word for sister in Arabic is "okht" and it is written like this (Ø£Ø®Øª).
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true. Arabic is written from right to left.
Yes, Arabic language is written from right to left.
Gabriel would be said as Jibril in Arabic, and is written like this جبريل
Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic was created in 1961.
Leadership = qeyada ( in Arabic ). and it written in Arabic this way : القيادة
my sister = okhtii ( in Arabic ) and it written in Arabic this way : أختــي
Wind = Hawa'a ( in Arabic ) and it written in Arabic this way : هواء
shoe = Hethaa' ( in Arabic ). and it written in Arabic this way : حذاء
History = Tareekh ( in Arabic ). and it written in Arabic this way : تاريــخ
Him = Whowa (in Arabic). And in Arabic it's written like this : هو
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Captain : qaa'ed ( in Arabic ) and it is written this way : قائد However, you can also say captain in Arabic, we use this word in non-formal Arabic language and it is written this way : كابتن
Plane is spoken in Arabic as " Tayyara " in slang Arabic & it's written as "طياره" And in formal or standard Arabic it's spoken as " Taerah" & it's written as "طائره".
in non-fotmal Arabic u can say Mother : mama ,, written : ماما Father : baba ,, written : بابا in formal Arabic: Mother : omme ,, written : أمي Father : abii ,, written : أبي
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It's written in Arabic. You have to be VERY experienced in Arabic to read it though. - Yusuf MT