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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    Hahah. Or it could be pink in French but simply said by a French lady that has a very distinctive francophone accent in which she adds an a at the end of most of her words :awesome: It's possibla !
    hahahahahahaha :yep: It's possibla :toofunny:
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    (Original post by someperson)
    i'm your second then:p:

    where are you from?
    Oh, Canada.
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    So roza is fast in urdu? Coolio :tongue:

    Mmm I guess so. I've got bout an hour & a half to go! :woo:

    How's your roza going? :awesome:
    aha yeah :]
    i'll teach u :]
    mines done

    roza - fast
    sehri - like morning time
    iftari - breaking fast time

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    (Original post by Mazija)
    thankyou!
    yeah i grew up in the Gulf so i learnt khaleeji arabic initially..
    then studied fu97a after that
    Masha'allah tabaraka Allah.
    Barak Allah feeke Akhtee. :p:
    Insha'allah, if you wanna learn the accent of Egyptian or Syrian, I'd help you. btw..I love Syrian accent, It's sweeter than khaleeji accent.
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    (Original post by Sparkzz)
    aha yeah :]
    i'll teach u :]
    mines done

    roza - fast
    sehri - like morning time
    iftari - breaking fast time

    Ohh, you cheat! That doesn't count. I could have deduced those last two cause they're close enough to Arabic. All I learned here was roza. Good 'nuff :tongue:
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    Ohh, you cheat! That doesn't count. I could have deduced those last two cause they're close enough to Arabic. All I learned here was roza. Good 'nuff :tongue:
    haha, u speak arabic? ;o
    habibi
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    Oh, Canada.
    cool:cool:
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    (Original post by Son of Adam)
    Masha'allah tabaraka Allah.
    Barak Allah feeke Akhtee. :p:
    Insha'allah, if you wanna learn the accent of Egyptian or Syrian, I'd help you. btw..I love Syrian accent, It's sweeter than khaleeji accent.
    haha **** 3aysha fil iskandiriya so i kinda learnt
    my fave accent is 5aleeji but i am biased anyway! after that is jordanian
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    (Original post by Son of Adam)
    Masha'allah tabaraka Allah.
    Barak Allah feeke Akhtee. :p:
    Insha'allah, if you wanna learn the accent of Egyptian or Syrian, I'd help you. btw..I love Syrian accent, It's sweeter than khaleeji accent.
    I agree. Khaleeji is way too thick and heavy at times. Syrian and leb is really light and feminine, ibn 3ami.
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    It's nice to make your acquaintance, oh first guji I've ever met.
    Im a guji as well :flute:

    :p:
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    (Original post by Sparkzz)
    haha, u speak arabic? ;o
    habibi
    Bien sur!

    Why is it that from all the Arab words, everyone is familiar with habibi? :tongue:
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    Damn you Hunnii, you're making us Ottawains look dumb!
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    (Original post by ZahraF)
    I think they are from a part of India called Gujarat :dontknow:
    :indiff:

    Well done Einstein! :p:
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    (Original post by minimo156)
    Im a guji as well :flute:

    :p:
    :wavey:

    How do you do, Mo?
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    !!!! :hi:

    How are youu miss Zahra?! How's Ramadan treating you?! :hugs:
    Yeah not too bad

    How you been? :hugs:
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    (Original post by farhan)
    Damn you Hunnii, you're making us Ottawains look dumb!
    WHAT?!

    HOW?!

    Wht did I do fellow Ottawain?
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    (Original post by Hunnii)
    :wavey:

    How do you do, Mo?
    I am fine thank you :hat2: :p:

    What about you? are you hungry yet? :awesome:
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    (Original post by Mazija)
    haha **** 3aysha fil iskandiriya so i kinda learnt
    my fave accent is 5aleeji but i am biased anyway! after that is jordanian
    :cool: So you who teach me Egyptian accent .:p:
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    (Original post by ZahraF)
    Yeah not too bad

    How you been? :hugs:
    Ohh, that face is telling me it's more bad than good. Pourquoi? Are you not enjoying the food? You can come over to my house!

    I've been okaaii, quite busy between work, some uni preparations, reading, socializing, and so on. Summer is almost over! :| It's passing waay too fast for my liking. I could use another 2 months
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    (Original post by Son of Adam)
    :cool: So you who teach me Egyptian accent .:p:
    aaaywa ya basha
 
 
 
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