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Do u use google translate for the questions that be in different languages?🤔

Nope, I just delete inboxes that are not in English now.
I use to try and reply to them, but a lot of the time, I get inboxes that are in Arabic, or other languages that Google Translate simply can't decipher...
So I now only answer inboxes that are in English :)

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Do u use google translate for the questions that be in different languages

حبيت شخص وصارلنا شهر سوه متفاهمين صار فترة يحجي حجي مال متزوجين ولمن اكله لتحجي هيج يزعل ويكول هلشي يقربني منج احسه لتحرميني منه واني هلشي اكدر اسويه بس غير اتخيله وياج مو انتي حبيبتي بس هلشي ديخرب علاقتناواحنا كل واحد من محافظه شنو الحل وهلشي صح موجود بكل علاقه؟؟؟ الي ميحب يجاوب يغلس بلا تجريج

If I Could Understand Arabic, I Would Read Your Questions Deeply Nd Answer It Carefully Only If I Could

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Is English an easy language to learn?

It has a very broad vocabulary drawn from many languages over some 2000 years. These include Latin, Greek, German, French, Scandinavian; more recently (last few centuries) Indian and other Asian languages; and nowadays a lot of Americana - which tends to ignore etymology with a very few, rather peculiar results. Plus others: algebra is close to its Arabic root, for example.This polyglotism gives English many of curious spelling and pronounciation results - e.g.:
- Ruff and rough rhyme with each other and with tough, but not with through.
- Through rhymes with too, two and to) but not or bough
- Bough rhymes with bow the gesture but not bow the knot, which rhymes with no.
The language has a lot of formal grammar rules, as most languages do, and they allow you to write very elegant, accurate, clear text, and to speak very accurately, mellifluously and concisely; but taken too far they can make everyday speech sound a bit stilted.
On the other hand, English does not assign genders to nouns, as happens in French. It does have irregular verbs but the verb constructions generally are fairly straightforwards.
Neither does English have generic and familiar forms of the personal address you, as in German and French. Just to make it more fun, the British Isles encompass four native languages of which one, Welsh, is still spoken and written widely if only within Wales; and even just the English of England comprises many accents and dialects. Not the easiest nor the hardest.
Some of the hardest don't even use their voices. If you can't whistle you would be very hard put to say anything in whistle language of sfyria on the greek isle of Evia. 🙃😈 Except when that word is drawn from another language and follows the rules of the language of Origin. Like Octopus and Octopi. And we deal with gender assignment differently from many languages, although in my view a more logical manner than some.
And using different Anglo words for the farm animal and the French derivative to the animal as food is another sticking point. Confusing for those with another European language as a first Language.. Nonsensical to someone starting with an Asian language base. Just even think about "there, their and they're" many English speakers don't know the difference
It would be confusing to learn, my sister in law has foreign students every year who stay with her and go to school to learn English, they come from France, Spain, Brazil Italy and most of them have had more than one language already, they all told me that it was very difficult and complicated compared to other languages, however they all successfully learned.

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how do i learn english until fluent

Adifher’s Profile PhotoAdhief Hermawan
here are some things you could do:
🏫 go to school that offers english language courses
👩🏻‍🏫 hire an english tutor
📱 download and use a language app on your phone*
💬 practice using conversational english with the people around you
📝 write in english whenever you can to get comfortable with the language
🎧 if you enjoy listening to music, listen to english songs
🎞 if you enjoy watching movies/series, watch shows that have english dialogue (with subtitles of your native language, if that's available)
👩🏻‍💻 subscribe to, and watch youtubers who speak in english, if you enjoy watching vlogs/youtube videos
🖥 follow language blogs (you can find plenty on tumblr)
📚 read english storybooks (if you like reading)
🎮 if you enjoy gaming, change the language in the settings to english, instead of your native language
*I use duolingo to learn japanese and brush up on my arabic. it's a good app, but I believe that you have to pay for it now. 😬
all the best to you! I hope this answer suffices. ☺️✨

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how do i learn english until fluent

How old are you, how many countries have you been to and what's your most memorable travelling experience?

I'm 43 and have been to 175 countries (started traveling mostly at age 26). I've had so many it's hard to pick out just one memorable trip, but my trip to Paraguay ended up being pretty interesting. I was wandering around the Presidental Palace area in Asuncion overlooking the slums below. There was a guy playing ball with his kid below and we started talking. Eventually he invites me down and showed me all around the neighborhood, met his parents, wife and other kids. They took me all through the barrio that normally you would never visit. Their house/shack was extremely basic with just a single naked bulb for light at night. I sent them a box of blankets/toys/etc when I got home but never heard back from them. Also on the same trip, I was on a bus back to Asuncion and was sitting next to a blonde white girl. Turns out she was a local (German descent) and spoke German, Guarani, Spanish but little English. We talked for hours on the bus (in Spanish). When we got to Asuncion she found out someone had nicked her bag with her insulin in it. The most memorable story I've had was giving a card with the address to my hotel on it to my cab driver in Bangkok around 7:00 PM. He didn't speak a lot of English so it took me a while to figure out that he had no idea where he was going. I went to Thailand during monsoon season so it was pouring so hard the streets were flooding. He drove us to a place I hadn't been to, got out, and consulted under an umbrella with his friend about where the address was. When he got back in, he had dropped the card or left it with the friend and he continued to drive around, looking for the hotel. I'm 18 and I've been to 11 countries, most Asian countries were a bit dull for me personally but I really enjoyed Japan and Taiwan as well as northern Thailand. In America favorite places were San Francisco on the west coast and Washington DC on the east. My most memorable experience was at the fish markets in Tokyo one of the fishmongers let me hold a sword (knife?) over an absolutely huge tuna that I can only assume would be worth a few thousand dollars at the very least, possibly even tens of thousands.
My most memorable experience happened in at the Pyramids of Giza. I was travelling with my parents then. Anyway, there was a group of Egyptian school children (aged 10-12) visiting the pyramids too and they were a rowdy bunch. One of them was particularly rowdy. He started making faces at my parents and shouting stuff in Arabic. We ignored him, chucked it up to kids being kids. Anyway, his teacher comes up behind him and then SWAK! He hits the kid on the head. We were so shocked. I've seen people spank their kids before, but never on the head. And as far as I'm concerned no teacher has the right to hit a kid. I guess the teacher noticed us glaring at him right after he hit the kid because he looked ashamed afterwards. Hopefully he stopped hitting kids after that.

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مفاد کی بنیاد پر تعلق قائم کرنا کمزور لوگوں کی علامت ہے۔🦅

ZainSardar’s Profile PhotoBa Ba
Change your Dp ⚠️
Do not do unto others what you may not want done to your religion.
🌸Star of David, Hebrew Magen David (“Shield of David”), Magen also spelled Mogen, Jewish symbol composed of two overlaid equilateral triangles that form a six-pointed star. It appears on synagogues, Jewish tombstones, and the flag of the State of Israel. The symbol—which historically was not limited to use by Jews—originated in antiquity, when, side by side with the five-pointed star, it served as a magical sign or as a decoration. In the Middle Ages the Star of David appeared with greater frequency among Jews but did not assume any special religious significance; it is found as well on some medieval cathedrals. The term Magen David, which in Jewish liturgy signifies God as the protector (shield) of David, gained currency among medieval Jewish mystics, who attached magical powers to King David’s shield just as earlier (non-Jewish) magical traditions had referred to the five-pointed star as the “seal of Solomon” 🌸
🌸The Seal of Solomon (or Ring of Solomon; Arabic: خاتم سليمان‎ Khātam Sulaymān) is the signet ring attributed to King Solomon in medieval Arabic tradition, from which it developed in Islamic and Jewish mysticism and in Western occultism. It is the predecessor of the Star of David, which became the symbol of the Jewish people in modern times.🌸

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مفاد کی بنیاد پر تعلق قائم کرنا کمزور لوگوں کی علامت ہے

😲This is my first-ever shoutout! ⤵️ I’m low on direct questions, so feel free to send some my way. 🍞 One for you to answer: what’s your fave bread? E.g naan, croutons, breadcake, tortilla, etc. ?

CactusDoug’s Profile PhotoDoug
I like all types of bread, especially when it is warm and freshly baked!
My favorite one is Arabic Flatbread (khoubz) which is ideal to make wraps like falafel wrap 😋
You can buy it from any Middle Eastern food shop.

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This is my firstever shoutout 
 Im low on direct questions so feel free to send

🌸👌🏻‏" وأفعال الطيبين لا تذهب عبثاً ..إنهم يكافَئون عليها مكافأة فورية .. بسعادة القلب واطمئنان البال "👌🏻🌸أسعد الله اوقاتكم بكل خير 🌺🍃

ayah_herzallah’s Profile PhotoPT.Ayah
I hope i can write a lot of Arabic words i will feels glad to comunicate with you and also thank you so much for you @ayah_herzallah you always spare your times to sending me questions eventhough i can't reply all of your questions every times thank you i respect you also right now✨💚

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Thank you for the likes ,but do you even understand my Arabic Answers 😂

I actually translate many Arabic posts - more recently when there were problems in Gaza. Sometimes I will surprise you and ask you a question in Arabic. I can’t guarantee you will understand it though! But I will try.
I also do the same for French and German. There are so many incredible people here that speak 3, 4, 5, and more languages. I would love to be a linguist like them who I have so much respect for. But until that day, that might never come for me, I’ll give Google Translate a workout!

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What do you know about Islam?

religion teaching that Muhammad is a messenger of God.[2][3] It is the world's second-largest religion with 1.9 billion followers or 24.9% of the world's population, known as Muslims. Muslims make up a majority of the population in 51 countries. Islam teaches that God is merciful, all-powerful, and unique,[7] and has guided humanity through prophets, revealed scriptures, and natural signs.[3][8] The primary scriptures of Islam are the Quran, believed to be the verbatim word of God, as well as (according to tradition) the teachings and normative examples (called the sunnah, composed of accounts called hadith) of Muhammad (c. 570 – 632 CE).[9]
Muslims believe that Islam is the complete and universal version of a primordial faith that was revealed many times before through prophets, including Adam, Abraham, Moses, and Jesus.[10] Muslims consider the Quran in Arabic to be the unaltered and final revelation of God.[11] Like other Abrahamic religions, Islam also teaches a final judgment with the righteous rewarded in paradise and the unrighteous punished in hell.[12] Religious concepts and practices include the Five Pillars of Islam, which are obligatory acts of worship, as well as following Islamic law (sharia), which touches on virtually every aspect of life and society, from banking and welfare to women and the environment.[13][14] The cities of Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem are home to the three holiest sites in Islam

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I wrote in Arabic Ramadan Mubarak 🌙❤ And one swedish girl she's amazing and very respectful answered Ramadan Mubarak Surprise was one refugee answered WTF i don't understand what he tried to do learn respect from swedish people's while you live in Sweden ok buddy 😉

JokerLhm’s Profile PhotoMohamed
Lol, you are talking like all Swedes would be fucking saints. Well, then people will be fucking disappointed if they meet me, that's all I have to say about that.

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Why is it compulsory to recite in Arabic? Us ko to sb zubanaien ati Hain then why just Arabic for prayers? P.S. I'm sorry agr Kisi ko Mera ye sawal poochna Bura lg Raha h. I know hm sawal karnay walay koi nhi but still zehan mein Aya to I thought maybe someone can help me with it. Thanks!

The Arabic language is associated with Islam and is the language of the Holy Qur'an, which we Muslims believe to be God's words. The Holy Qur'an was revealed in the Arabic language because no other language was provided with the atmosphere and conditions to grow and develop which were ordained for the Arabic Language, enabling it to become the vehicle of the Last Message!
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(Oh khair phir ap khud ki books print krwa k un main sy he exams Qu nahi dhy kar Aty?
English ka paper Pashto, Urdu main Qu nahi kr k aty?
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Jo jis language main aya hain usy usi language main phrho phir Kabar main hisab apsy apki language main he hoga!

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Why is it compulsory to recite in Arabic? Us ko to sb zubanaien ati Hain then why just Arabic for prayers? P.S. I'm sorry agr Kisi ko Mera ye sawal poochna Bura lg Raha h. I know hm sawal karnay walay koi nhi but still zehan mein Aya to I thought maybe someone can help me with it. Thanks!

See Arabic is a common language between muslims, all muslims somehow have interaction with Arabic language on daily basis.And Quran was also revealed in Arabic , so may be it's a way of uniting muslim. (This is what i concluded).😊

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Could you please recommend a couple of unbiased non global media propaganda news television sites so I can follow what is going on in Jerusalem? English language would be great. But I would watch Arabic language television news sites too. Thanks Nour. 🙏

LamaNotLlama’s Profile PhotoLama Llama
The ugly truth my friend that there's nothin' called unbiased news television sites cuz media outlet 're constructed by their who funds and can't be separated from it's geo political conversation especially in the middle east who knows for poorly about freedom of media and speech.
They 're influenced by their ownership (mainly government).. by public sentiment and by self-censorship.
So if u wanna know more about the Palestinian cause u'll need to follow some political activists on fb or twitter 🤷

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🤲🏻🌸واسألك برحمتك أن تمطر روحي كلما جفّت وأن تجعلني أشعر بالحياة وهي تسري بداخلي بخفة الطير، وأن تحُفّ قلبي بالطمأنينة 🌸🤲🏻مساء الخير عليكم 💐🍃📿

ayah_herzallah’s Profile PhotoPT.Ayah
بِسْمِ اللّٰهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ 🖤
This is what I can haltly write because I didn't learn Arabic properly and over a long period of time
إنّي أسعى ألف خطوة لمن سعى لي خطوة ، يكفيني فقط أن أشعر أن مجهودي مُقدَّر وله مقابل💛

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hi! i want to thank you for the likeback 😁😊 even maybe you dont understand my answers in my language hehe but i really like reading ur answers since 1st time i found u in discover feed. im still learning English so im sorry if my english is not perfect 😂

diassantosoputri’s Profile Photoyayas
Your English is very good! I do translate some Arabic text so I can read it. Occasionally I will translate some answers back into Arabic for those questions I get in that language. 😀

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الله يحفظهم ويطول بأعمارهم Since you are a reader, haven’t you thought of joining the Bookstagram (an instagram account where you share your books & thoughts/reviews) from some of your latest books recommendations to my answers, I am very sure you will share such great useful books to the readers! 😃

Fatm_Th’s Profile PhotoFatm
ماقصرتي اللهم آمين يارب ويحفظلچ غاليچ
Ooo!!! Never thought about that!! Wow I never even knew it existed actually. I just know some accounts that share their own stories and their own writing however it’s British.
Btw most of the books that I read are either business related or self happiness and motivation, financial, investments, historical, art, cooking, travel, Quran and some Arabic books about gold investments and how to fulfill my life and some biography books and I do have some poetry books that are romantic or about war =)

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+1 answer in: “هل واجهتوا فترة مليئة بالأفكار السلبية؟ إذا اي، شلون تعاملتوا مع الافكار السلبية وشلون قدرتوا تطلعون من المكان المظلم اللي دششتكم ياه؟”

When I was a kid my dad told me a story abt phil andthe capital manila Comes from the arabic word aman allah أنان الله but catholic changes it to manila after they killed muslims ...is it true !?

moadam566666481’s Profile PhotoMo
Um I heard about it before, but I haven’t found a reliable source 🤷🏻‍♀️
From what I know and what have been taught in schools ‘til now, Manila’s original name is Maynilad.

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+5 answers in: “What if someone is aware of their toxic actions before until now, did you think they have a chance to change?”