Mawtini Lyrics In English Letters
Mawtini Lyrics In English Letters – Vijayajon wrote: That reminds me, Ante: Are you familiar with http://www.thearabicstudent.com/ by any chance? It has not been updated in years but has some dialect-specific (and MSA-specific) resources (ie, it has resources for learning or at least gaining exposure to many varieties of Arabic). It also has links to GLOSS and LangMedia, both of which are rather useful (although LangMedia may be less useful for MSA because it focuses mostly on spoken language).
Yeah, I think I looked it up a while ago. But this time it was too much for me.
Mawtini Lyrics In English Letters
Vijayajon wrote: I have read lesson 3, but I am confused by the word سنة اذهر. Does that mean six months/half a year?
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I don’t have the book, so I don’t know the reference. To me it would make more sense if the terms were reversed, meaning something like “months of the year”.
Thanks to Antea for sharing this. Some of Nizar Kabbani’s poems can be found in recitation on YouTube. For example, this poem was recited by the famous Iraqi singer Kathem al-Saher:
I guess I just go to Lesson 4? I don’t think my idea of a national anthem took off.
Edit: But if anyone is interested, I think my favorite national anthem of Yemen might be the People’s Democratic Republic.
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The lyrics aren’t very good for study, as they’re essentially a bunch of vague nouns describing the glory of the country, but I love the tune.
And you ask us in which country of these countries do you spend your vacation? And why? (Which of these countries would you spend your vacation in and why?)
The first image shows a traditional Chinese temple located by the sea. I don’t know much about China, but I want to visit this country one day. The second picture shows Jame Sultan Ahmed in Istanbul. I live in Istanbul and know a lot about this city, but it is a big city, so I discover something new about it all the time. The third picture shows Egypt. I want to spend more holidays in this country, because I want to learn Arabic and I want to practice the language and know more about the Arab world.
In a sentence, I want to say “I want to visit China one day”, and I know “one day” is شي يوم in Levantine, but how do we say it stupidly in MSA?
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I will also practice listening comprehension on page 28, and then move on to the next lesson in Lesson 8, عنها الترويح (Types of Relaxation).
Ah, yes, the Iraqi anthem that was first written for Palestine by a Palestinian and Lebanese man.
When I hear “Iraqi Anthem”, the first thing that comes to mind for me is old (pre-occupation).
The lyrics are not very good for study, as they are essentially a bunch of vague nouns describing the glory of the country.
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In the spirit of not taking our study material too seriously, I can’t resist suggesting one of the funniest anthems in the world: the former (Qaddafi-era) anthem of Libya. The gist of the song is basically RAHHHHHH
I know that “a day” is שי יום in Levantine, but how do we say it stupidly in MSA?
I finally read paragraph/lesson #4 in unit 1, but I was wondering if naka abyad is the same as ‘white food’ in English, i.e. processed food. I didn’t know that word in English until now.
Also, it is one of the oldest poems in the Arabic language that has survived from pre-Islamic times. Thought to share it here as it is short, and the songs don’t seem that difficult.
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Finally, for those of you who don’t know, Voron posted this video (in Turkish) in the Turkish Studies group:
In Turkey). Of course, most of the videos are in Turkish, but some of the songs are in Arabic. The first in Arabic is “Tala’ al Badru ‘Alayna” (تالا البدر علينا) in 4:14. It was sung again at 4:43.
I’m thinking about what to do next with the book. Should I do an exercise (I think you did the first vocabulary exercise after this section, Voron), or should I move on to the next section (lesson 6?), or what?
(Sorry my post won’t be formatted properly: I’m in a hotel in Antalya and writing on my mobile).
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In the Taksim Square video, this song is actually sung three times: at 4:14, 4:30 and 4:43.
The Arabic lyrics are in the description of the video, and the English translation is in the video.
Vijay, what you can do now: Maybe you can watch all the exercises and do things that you find interesting or fun (that’s what I do).
Alyssa covered it a few years ago. He was much mocked for his less-than-correct pronunciation, especially the word “موطني” (or “موتني” in his case).
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Is there a specific reason for his accent? Is this normal in Lebanon or something?
I can move on to the next lesson. Or maybe do one more exercise and then do that. (Or maybe more, but that’s less likely). We will consider.
Vijayajon wrote: Is there a specific reason why his accent is like that? Is this normal in Lebanon or something?
As far as I know – actually there is a certain stereotype that Lebanese people sometimes pronounce ط instead of ت in English, making “Tony” sound like “6oné”.
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I don’t know why she pronounces it that way. His speech is frequently imitated due to his use of English words/phrases and his pronunciation: “tsoké” (it’s okay). She is also famous for her excessive use of “3adé”.
Although it is interesting that with the complete lack of recognition and regulation of Arabic dialects, it is very difficult to tell a native speaker that their dialect is “wrong”.
I decided to try practicing at the beginning of Lesson 5 as well because it has enough vocabulary that is still too vague for me to need a dictionary.
Also I’d like to say קנאט אשרים באלאמ מעדה משלק (I was feeling the same stomach ache as you), but I don’t think it makes much of a difference which place משלק occupies in this sentence. It’s been a while since we first started investing in planes, trains. , and automobiles. While the United States may be a culture of cars, public transportation is popular worldwide. Riding the metro, whether it’s the subway, underground, or a more technological electrified rapid transit train system, is a common way to get from point A to B. But which is the biggest?
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Now, big is a relative term. Of course, there’s route length: which metro systems have the most miles. But ridership, the number of people who hop on and off, is also a factor in the metro’s vastness.
Then there is the answer to which city metro has the most stations. And perhaps historians can argue for the largest amount
. As you can see, many categories can lead to different metro systems coming out on top – until one metro tops them all.
So check out the length of routes, number of stations, year of opening, and year of final expansion for 194 metro stations on the map below.
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We collected data from Wikipedia’s list of metro systems. You can use the data grouping feature to explore the map for yourself. Or read more about the largest metros in route length, stations, ridership, and what is the oldest subway system in the world.
The first metric of metro size that comes to mind is length. Now, the world’s longest subway stretches 743 kilometers (462 miles) across Shanghai, although it’s not just longer than 500 kilometers – or even 700. Of all the cities with subways, below are the 10 largest.
The 743-kilometer Shanghai Metro is the largest subway system in the world. That’s the equivalent of 8,000 football fields – and it doesn’t stop there. Construction of at least five new lines and several extensions are scheduled to begin in 2023, adding 411 kilometers to the already long metro. Upon completion of this extension, the Shanghai Metro will span a total of 1,154 km. To see more detailed information for other major metros, check the map.
Now, Shanghai is not the only Chinese city with a large metro system. In fact, seven of these top 10 are located in China. This includes the second-ranked Beijing Subway to the fourth-largest subway: the Chengdu Metro.
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Maybe it’s because of population, or because China’s economic success means more people need transportation in cities. Either way, Russia, the UK, and the USA are each home to a single sized subway system in the top 10 and the same can be said when it comes to ridership.
As with the longest metros, annual ridership is dominated by the largest China, with the Shanghai Metro topping the charts for the number of people who ride the metro each year.
While there are five Chinese countries, several new players arrive on the scene: Japan makes its first appearance in the top 10 list. The Tokyo Metro sees the second-most riders each year while surprisingly the second Tokyo-based metro, the Toei Subway, also falls in.