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    (Original post by arrow_h)
    What do you mean by interpreted in both ways?
    Cos it doesnt explicitly say he died you can also take it as he surrendered.

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    (Original post by s_ahmed2)
    Cos it doesnt explicitly say he died you can also take it as he surrendered.

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    So in the exam would it be okay to just say "the police caught him"
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    (Original post by arrow_h)
    So in the exam would it be okay to just say "the police caught him"
    Yes but the exam is more about explaining why etc and what it represents, you won't get many marks for telling the story.

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    (Original post by arrow_h)
    Guys in Al Liss wa Al Kalab, does Aleesh and Nabwiah die in the story? And does Saed get arrested or die at the end of the story??
    Nebawiah and Alish live somewhere else as mentioned in the book, and no one knows where they went, so it's not mentioned we don't have to Knw were , so the story stops mentioning them, and saeed dies at the end , the police shot him.
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    (Original post by Miminfl)
    Nebawiah and Alish live somewhere else as mentioned in the book, and no one knows where they went, so it's not mentioned we don't have to Knw were , so the story stops mentioning them, and saeed dies at the end , the police shot him.
    Okay thank you. Also did Saed try to kill Aleesh but instead killed another man?
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    That's correct , he killed a man named sha3ban thinking it was was Alish
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    Can someone suggest reasons with evidence to show the reason why Ilish married Nabawiya? Thanks

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    Can someone suggest reasons with evidence to show the reason why Ilish married Nabawiya? Thanks

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    In the book, all it says that both like each other, and got married after sa3eed went to prison, there is nothing else tbh, that's what my book says l. Where did you get that question? I doubt it comes in the exam.
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    (Original post by Miminfl)
    In the book, all it says that both like each other, and got married after sa3eed went to prison, there is nothing else tbh, that's what my book says l. Where did you get that question? I doubt it comes in the exam.
    My teacher made a comment on one of my essays to mention that. I think we had to make an interpretation.

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    (Original post by s_ahmed2)
    My teacher made a comment on one of my essays to mention that. I think we had to make an interpretation.

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    I'll ask my mom, but I don't think there is a reason, he just liked her and decided to marry her after they planned to make sa3eed go to prison, I'll still ask her today and let you know.
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    (Original post by Miminfl)
    I'll ask my mom, but I don't think there is a reason, he just liked her and decided to marry her after they planned to make sa3eed go to prison, I'll still ask her today and let you know.
    Okay thanks

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    (Original post by s_ahmed2)
    Okay thanks

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    To interprete it like giving an opinion why he married her, as said in the book that Alish works for sa3eed, he used to help him with stealing and stuff just like he is his boss, this probebly made him feel small and build hate for him to the point where he wanted to live his life and betrayed him by marrying his wife. Nabawia is already a cheater , she always steals money from houses she works in, so they have the same habit which made them get along. That's how I would interpret it.
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    just making sure but there will 100% be a question on al-liss wal-kilab right?
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    just making sure but there will 100% be a question on al-liss wal-kilab right?
    Yes.

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    I'm so screwed for this exam...didn't have a teacher for arabic and can hardly think of what to write :/
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    (Original post by Sharaf371)
    I'm so screwed for this exam...didn't have a teacher for arabic and can hardly think of what to write :/
    Me too! I'm so worried I think I'm going to try memorising essays
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    Does anybody have an predictions as to what might come up for al-liss wal kilab?
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    Gonna do the arabic paper in the morning and bio in the afternoon! 2 exams on the same day!!!! 😒
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    I'm interested in doing A level Arabic too. Which books are you using? I can't find any here.
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    How was the paper guys?!!!
 
 
 
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