Arabic Lessons with Abuz Zubair

Discussion in 'Arabic Language' started by Expergefactionist, May 5, 2004.

  1. Expergefactionist

    Expergefactionist hmmm... Staff Member

    As-Salaamu 'Alaikum wa-rahmatullahi wa-barakaatuh,

    Welcome to our online Arabic lessons! I pray to Allah that He makes our intentions pure and gives us the understanding of this religion, the key to which is the knowledge of the Arabic language.

    I don't think I need to write something on the importance of learning Arabic, as there are plenty of articles already available on the site.

    Refer to this URL: www.islamicawakening.com/articles.php?subcatID=2 for articles written on the subject of Arabic language, its importance and how to learn it, as well as other important articles related to seeking sacred knowledge in general.

    However, I would like mention a few points before we begin our lessons.

    1) Arabic is an amazing language, due to its beauty, versatility and more importantly due to the ease of learning. From here we understand the wisdom of Allah in revealing the Qur'an in Arabic, because Quran is an address to all human beings, and in the easiest language to learn. For if Arabic was difficult, Allah would not have revealed it in Arabic, for the purpose of revelation is to establish Allah's proofs against the creation, and to reveal it in a difficult language defeats the purpose of revelation. And therefore Allah says: “Verily we have sent it down as an Arabic Qur`aan in order that you may understand” (Surah Yusuf: 2). So do not let the devils from the Jinn and men whisper to you that you cannot learn Arabic, or that it is difficult. Be patient until the spirit of Arabic dwells into your soul and mixes with your blood and flesh. You will then feel as if Arabic is your forgotten mother tongue.

    2) Arabic, just like any other language, needs much practice. It isn't sufficient for one to learn a few sentences or some grammar and think he has learned Arabic. Surely, learning Arabic takes years of perseverance. I began to learn Arabic in 94/95, and nearly ten years on, I am still learning Arabic. In fact, the sciences of the Arabic language are an endless ocean. One of my Arabic teachers, who is in his late 50s or early 60s told us that he had been teaching Arabic for last 40 years, yet he still attends lessons in Arabic with another Sheikh!

    3) Due to the nature of these online Arabic lessons, the students most probably would not get the practice they require. However, those who really want to benefit from these lessons must implement what they learn in practice. For example, if you learn to construct past-tense sentences, set a target for yourself of writing at least 10 past-tense sentences in Arabic a day. Moreover, if you have Arab friends, or those who know Arabic, try to communicate with them in Arabic only; and if you happen to be parents, then speak to your children in Arabic, for that will not only help you, but help your children in learning Arabic from a very young age.

    4) Give much importance to reading, and there is plenty of suitable material, appropriate for everyone's level of Arabic, available in nearly all Islamic bookshops. For example, if you are a beginner, then there is no shame in buying a children's book for your own reading and practice; and if you have no access to any Islamic bookshops, you can still visit various Arabic websites, save an article and try to read it in your spare time.

    5) Any student of the Arabic language cannot do without a dictionary. Therefore, my suggestion for the students in the early levels (level 1-3) is al-Mawrid Pocket Dictionary, which is English-Arabic as well as Arabic-English; and for students in latter levels (3 +) Hans Wehr Dictionary.

    6) If there is anything you do not understand, whether it is something you are taught in the lessons, or something you came across while practicing in your own time, please do not hesitate to ask, and do not feel ashamed.

    May Allah make it easy for us these lessons and grant us perseverance and steadfastness on the path of seeking sacred knowledge.

    Ameen

    Was-salaamu 'alaikum

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  2. Expergefactionist

    Expergefactionist hmmm... Staff Member

    Arabic: What we will learn in this level...

    as-salaamu 'alaikum,

    The following is what we will cover in this level:
    [FONT=&quot]
    [/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]ما هذا - ما هذه<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]أين - في - على - تحت - أمام - خلف - فوق<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]ماذا يفعل<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]هنا - هناك<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]من أين<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]ضمائر متصلة (كتابي – كتابكَ – كتابكِ – كتابه - كتابها)<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]فعل أمر (فعل – اِفْعَلْ)<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]إضافة (كتاب خالدٍ)[/FONT]​
     
  3. Expergefactionist

    Expergefactionist hmmm... Staff Member

    Arabic: What we will learn in this level...

    as-salaamu 'alaikum,

    The following is what we will cover in this level:

    [FONT=&quot]صرف الأفعال الماضية (فعل – فعلا – فعلوا...)<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]صرف الأفعال المضارعة (يفعل – يفعلان – يفعلون...)<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]الضمائر المنفصلة (هو – هما – هم...)<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]الضمائر المتصلة (كتابه – كتابهما - كتابهم)[/FONT]<o></o>
    [FONT=&quot]فعل – أفعل<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]الأرقام والعد<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]صرف الماضي إلى المضارع والأمر (فعل – يفعل - اِفْعَلْ)<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]الظروف (صباح – قبل - أمام)<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]التدريب على الترجمة<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]الأسماء الموصولة (الذي – التي...)<o></o>[/FONT]​
    [FONT=&quot]أعضاء البدن<o></o>[/FONT]​
     
  4. Expergefactionist

    Expergefactionist hmmm... Staff Member

    Arabic: Lesson One

    As-salaamu ‘alaikum…
    <o></o>
    Welcome to our Introductory Arabic Lessons.
    <o></o>
    In these lessons we would learn the Arabic alphabets, how to pronounce them, how to join them to make words.
    <o></o>
    Arabic language is very easy, but as it is the case with any other language, practise is what makes a difference.
    <o></o>
    If you think you are going to learn Arabic by simply understanding a few concepts here and there, then you are mistaken.
    <o></o>
    Arabic is not learnt over night. It takes YEARS.
    <o></o>
    I started learning Arabic over 12 years ago, and continue to learn and practise. I can never claim that I have learnt Arabic.
    <o></o>
    Learning Arabic requires a lot of patience and perseverance. Therefore, if one’s intention is sincere, and he is determined, provided that he fears Allah in open and secret, Allah will give him the understanding of the Arabic language, and open up for him the many venues to learn various other sciences, and thereby raising his rank in Allah’s sight.
    <o></o>
    It is only a person with the aforementioned qualities, who can really enjoy the recital of the Quran and feel how the companions felt when they heard the Quran, the literal Word of God.
    <o></o>
    Some brothers informed me that when the recited the Quran after they had learned Arabic, it was, as if Quran came to life.
    <o></o>
    May Allah make us all from those who persevere, make our intentions purely for His sake, instil in our hearts the necessary Taqwa in open and secret and thereby grant us the understanding of His religion.
    <o></o>
    Arabic has 28 alphabets.
    <o></o>
    I have listed them below along with their sounds.
    <o></o>
    The first exercise is to commit these letters to memory along with their sounds.
    <o></o>
    Of course, this deserves a lot of practise on your own, off-the-net in your own spare time.
    <o></o>
    Also, do take note that I will NOT be listing the names of these alphabets, but merely what they sound like. Once we are familiar with the sounds, we can then familiarise ourselves with what each of the alphabets are called. (Yes, this approach is quite phonic)
    <o></o>
    1- [FONT=&quot]ا[/FONT] – a as in Apple
    2-
    [FONT=&quot]ب[/FONT] – ba as in Bat
    3-
    [FONT=&quot]ت[/FONT] – ta as in Tin
    4-
    [FONT=&quot]ث[/FONT] – tha as in Thunder
    5-
    [FONT=&quot]ج[/FONT] – ja as in Jeep
    6-
    [FONT=&quot]ح[/FONT] – Ha is similar to Hospital, but a lot heavier, from the throat
    7-
    [FONT=&quot]خ[/FONT] – Kha as in the Scottish Loch
    8-
    [FONT=&quot]د[/FONT] – da as in Doll
    9-
    [FONT=&quot]ذ[/FONT] – dha as in That
    10-
    [FONT=&quot]ر[/FONT] – ra as in Ring
    11-
    [FONT=&quot]ز[/FONT] – za as in Zoo
    12-
    [FONT=&quot]س[/FONT] – sa as in Sun
    13-
    [FONT=&quot]ش[/FONT] – sha as in Shoe
    14-
    [FONT=&quot]ص[/FONT] – Sa like Sun but a lot thicker
    15-
    [FONT=&quot]ض[/FONT] – Da is like Doll but a lot thicker
    16-
    [FONT=&quot]ط[/FONT] – Ta is like Tan but a lot thicker
    17-
    [FONT=&quot]ظ[/FONT] – Dha is like That but a lot thicker
    18-
    [FONT=&quot]ع[/FONT] – ‘Aa is like Apple but a lot thicker
    19-
    [FONT=&quot]غ[/FONT] – Gha is a mixture of G and H, and it sounds as if your are gargling
    20-
    [FONT=&quot]ف[/FONT] – fa as in Far
    21-
    [FONT=&quot]ق[/FONT] – Qa is like Kite but a lot thicker
    22-
    [FONT=&quot]ك[/FONT] – ka as in Kite
    23-
    [FONT=&quot]ل[/FONT] – la as in Lamb
    24-
    [FONT=&quot]م[/FONT] – ma as in Mother
    25-
    [FONT=&quot]ن[/FONT] – na as in Noon
    26-
    [FONT=&quot]ه[/FONT] – ha as in Hospital
    27-
    [FONT=&quot]و[/FONT] – wa as in Wonder
    28-
    [FONT=&quot]ي[/FONT] – ya as in Young
    <o></o>
    Notice that there are some letters that sound quite similar, yet the difference between them is that one is normal, and the other is pronounced very thick.
    <o></o>
    [FONT=&quot]ح[/FONT] – Ha is similar to Hospital, but a lot heavier, unlike [FONT=&quot]ه[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]ص[/FONT] – Sa like Sun but a lot thicker, unlike [FONT=&quot]س[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]ض[/FONT] – Da is like Doll but a lot thicker, unlike [FONT=&quot]د[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]ط[/FONT] – Ta is like Tan but a lot thicker, unlike [FONT=&quot]ت[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]ظ[/FONT] – Dha is like That but a lot thicker, unlike [FONT=&quot]ذ[/FONT][FONT=&quot]<o></o>[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]ع[/FONT] – ‘Aa is like Apple but a lot thicker, unlike [FONT=&quot]ا[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]ق[/FONT] – Qa is like Kite but a lot thicker, unlike [FONT=&quot]ك[/FONT]
    <o></o>

    Refer to the following helpful link with respect to pronunciation:
    http://abcsofarabic.tripod.com/alphabetpage.htm
    <o></o>
    Having understood the above, the first exercise we should do is putting different letters together to make various sounds.

    DO NOT worry about joining the letters YET. Simply put the letters next to each other to make the following sounds. Although, if you do end up joining them, then well and good! Remember, ARABIC IS WRITTEN FROM RIGHT TO LEFT!

    Do not yet worry about vowels either.
    <o></o>
    Do note that small English letters represent normal Arabic letters, whereas capital English letters represent thicker/heavier Arabic letters:
    <o></o>
    dha = [FONT=&quot]ذ[/FONT]
    Dha =
    [FONT=&quot]ظ[/FONT]
    <o>
    </o> Examples:
    <o></o>
    bat = [FONT=&quot] ت[/FONT][FONT=&quot]ب[/FONT]<o></o>
    nad =
    [FONT=&quot] د[/FONT][FONT=&quot]ن[/FONT] <o></o>
    khaD =
    [FONT=&quot] ض[/FONT][FONT=&quot]خ[/FONT]<o></o>
    <o></o>
    Try the following yourselves:<o></o>
    <o></o>
    1) bal
    2) thar
    3) jan<o></o>
    4) HaQ
    5) khan
    6) dak
    7) dhaS
    8) rab
    9) zaf
    10) sar
    11) shab
    12) SaH
    13) Daj
    14) ‘Ath
    15) Ghaz
    16) fam
    17) Qa’A
    18) k<st1:state w:st="on"><st1>an</st1></st1:state>
    19) lab
    20) mah
    21) naQ
    22) haz
    23) yaTh
    24) aDh
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Jun 16, 2006
  5. ibn 'abd al-jabbaar

    ibn 'abd al-jabbaar Well-Known Member

    my attempt

    as-salaamu 'alaikum

    here is my attempt. i have done them as in the examples, with the arabic text from left-to-right as opposed to the conventional right-to-left.
    <font size=4>
    1) bal = لب
    2) thar = رث
    3) jan = نج
    4) HaQ = قح
    5) khan = نخ
    6) dak = كد
    7) dhaS = صذ
    8) rab = بر
    9) zaf = فز
    10) sar = رس
    11) shab = بش
    12) SaH = حص
    13) Daj = جض
    14) ‘Ath = ثع
    15) Ghaz = زغ
    16) fam = مف
    17) Qa’A = عق
    18) kan = نك
    19) lab = بل
    20) mah = هم
    21) naQ = قن
    22) haz = زه
    23) yaTh = ظي
    24) aDh = ضا

    </font>
     
  6. aaliyah

    aaliyah New Member

    Asalaam alayukum warahmutallahi wabarakatahu,
    Here is my attempt:
    1) bal = ب ل
    2) thar = ثر
    3) jan = ج ن
    4) HaQ = ح ق
    5) khan = خ ن
    6) dak= دك
    7) dhaS= ذص
    8) rab=ر ب
    9) za= ز ف
    10) sar= س ر
    11) shab= ش ب
    12) SaH=ص ح
    13) Daj=د ج
    14) ‘Ath= ع ث
    15) Ghaz= غ ز
    16) fam= م ف
    7) Qa’A= ق ع
    18) kan= ك ن
    19) lab=ل ب
    20) mah= م ه
    21) naQ= ق ن
    22) haz= ه ز
    23) yaTh=ي ث
    24) aDh= ا ذ
     
  7. Logic lover

    Logic lover Well-Known Member

    Reply

    Assalamu alaikum.
    Here are my attempts:
    1) balبل
    2) tharثر
    3) janجن
    4) HaQحق
    5) khanخن
    6) dak دك
    7) dhaSدص
    8) rabرب
    9) zafزف
    10) sarسر
    11) shabشب
    12) SaHشح
    13) Dajضج
    14) ‘Athعث
    15) Ghazغز
    16) famفم
    17) Qa’Aقر
    18) kanكن
    19) labلب
    20) mahمه
    21) naQنق
    22) hazهز
    23) yaThىط
    24) aDhاض
     
  8. Umm Ahmed

    Umm Ahmed 2C oursels as ithers C us

    Bismillah

    1) bal = ب ل
    2) thar = ث ر
    3) jan = ج ن
    4) HaQ = ح ق
    5) khan = خ ن
    6) dak = د ك
    7) dhaS= ذ س
    8) rab= ر ب
    9) zaf = ز ف
    10) sar = س ر
    11) shab = ش ا ب
    12) SaH = ص ح
    13) Daj = ض ج
    14) ‘Ath = ع ث
    15) Ghaz = غ ز
    16) fam = ف م
    17) Qa’A = ق ع
    18) kan = ك ن
    19) lab = ل ب
    20) mah = م ح
    21) naQ = ن ق
    22) haz =ح ز
    23) yaTh = ى ظ
    24) aDh = ا ض

    Inshaa Allah thats allright, my children were all saying where is the مد الف
     
  9. Expergefactionist

    Expergefactionist hmmm... Staff Member

    Lesson One

    As-salaamu ‘alaikum…
    <o></o>
    Welcome to our Arabic Lessons Level One
    <o></o>
    Arabic language is very easy, but as it is the case with any other language, practise is what makes a difference.
    <o></o>
    If you think you are going to learn Arabic by simply understanding a few concepts here and there, then you are mistaken.
    <o></o>
    Arabic is not learnt over night. It takes YEARS.
    <o></o>
    I started learning Arabic over 12 years ago, and continue to learn and practise. I can never claim that I have learnt Arabic.
    <o></o>
    Learning Arabic requires a lot of patience and perseverance. Therefore, if one’s intention is sincere, and he is determined, provided that he fears Allah in open and secret, Allah will give him the understanding of the Arabic language, and open up for him the many venues to learn various other sciences, and thereby raising his rank in Allah’s sight.
    <o></o>
    It is only a person with the aforementioned qualities, who can really enjoy the recital of the Quran and feel how the companions felt when they heard the Quran, the literal Word of God.
    <o></o>
    Some brothers informed me that when the recited the Quran after they had learned Arabic, it was, as if the Quran came to life.
    <o></o>
    May Allah make us all from those who persevere, make our intentions purely for His sake, instil in our hearts the necessary Taqwa in open and secret and thereby grant us the understanding of His religion.
    <o></o>
    By now you should know:
    1) The Arabic alphabets
    2) How to pronounce them
    3) How to join them to form words
    4) You should have learned the short and the long vowels
    [FONT=&quot]بَ بِ بُ با بي بو[/FONT]<o></o>

    And of course, a few Arabic words.<o></o>
    <o></o>
    Moreover, at this stage you are strongly advised to do the following:<o></o>

    1) Read and recite the Quran regularly (at least 10 minutes a day), or even better, find someone who you can read the Quran to. This will immensely improve your reading skills<o></o>
    <o></o>
    2) Try your best to get hold of al-Mawrid Pocket Dictionary which is a very useful Arabic-English and English-Arabic dictionary. Almost certainly you will need this dictionary in these lessons. You can easily buy it online from Amazon for around 3-10 USD and get it delivered right to your door step (just click on the aforementioned link). Another good dictionary to get is the famous Hans Wehr dictionary for only 12 USD. Although, you do not need this dictionary at this stage, but you will be needing it later on. But it is very important that you buy al-Mawrid pocket dictionary.<o></o>
    <o></o>
    In this level, you will learn how to make basic sentences.<o></o>
    <o></o>
    Before you begin, please note that the transliteration used in these lessons is in accordance with what we have decided in the Introductory Level<o></o>
    <o></o>
    In this lesson we will start with هذا and هذه<o></o>
    <o></o>
    These two are nouns that are used to point to something.
    <o></o>
    Such as in English: This is a book
    In Arabic: هذا كتابٌ <o></o>
    <o></o>
    The ha in هذا and هذه is pronounced with a double vowel.
    <o></o>
    Therefore, هذا is pronounced haadhaa
    <o></o>
    And هذه is pronounced haadhihee
    <o></o>
    In Arabic, unlike English, we have a strict segregation between the two genders. Even ‘it’ must either be a masculine or feminine. <o></o>
    <o></o>
    The masculine ‘it’ or ‘this’ is هذا<o></o>
    <o></o>
    The feminine ‘it’ of ‘this’ is هذه<o></o>
    <o></o>
    Hence, one would say of this:
    [​IMG]<o></o>
    <o></o>
    هذا رَجُلٌٌ<o></o>
    <o></o>
    And of this:
    [​IMG]
    هذه اِمْرَأَةٌ
    <o></o>
    As you would notice, that simply attaching هذا or هذه to a word makes a complete sentence. Quite equivalent of simple English sentences such as: ‘This is a book’ or ‘This is a pen’<o></o>
    <o></o>
    Now, ما (pronounced maa) as used for interrogation, questioning, the equivalent of which in English is ‘What’.
    <o></o>
    So, if in English one would say: ‘What is this?’
    <o></o>
    In Arabic, this would be: ما هذا؟<o></o>
    <o></o>
    So, if someone were to ask you:
    [​IMG]
    ما هذا؟<o></o>
    <o></o>
    You would say:<o></o>
    <o></o>
    هذا كَلْبٌ<o></o>
    <o></o>
    Or:
    [​IMG]
    ما هذه؟
    <o></o>
    You would say:

    هذه زَهْرَةٌ<o></o>
    <o></o>
    Straight forward? Indeed!<o></o>
    <o></o>
    So here is an exercise for you. It is up to you to find out what the Arabic for all the depictions. This is where a an English-Arabic dictionary will be of great help.<o></o>
    <o></o>
    If you are completely stuck, and cannot find a solution, then, and only then, you may pm me.<o></o>
    <o></o>​
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Jun 16, 2006
  10. Expergefactionist

    Expergefactionist hmmm... Staff Member

    1-4

    Here you go:

    ما هذه؟
    [​IMG]




    ما هذه؟
    [​IMG]

    ما هذا؟
    [​IMG]


    ما هذا؟
    [​IMG]
     
  11. Expergefactionist

    Expergefactionist hmmm... Staff Member

    5-8

    ما هذا؟
    [​IMG]

    ما هذه؟
    [​IMG]

    ما هذا؟
    [​IMG]

    ما هذه؟
    [​IMG]
     
  12. Expergefactionist

    Expergefactionist hmmm... Staff Member

    9-12

    ما هذا؟
    [​IMG]

    ما هذه؟
    [​IMG]

    ما هذا؟
    [​IMG]

    ما هذا؟
    [​IMG]
     
  13. Umm Ahmed

    Umm Ahmed 2C oursels as ithers C us

    As salaam alaykum

    Are we waiting for more to join ? whats the next part ?
     
  14. Umm-Layth

    Umm-Layth New Member

    1) bal
    2) thar
    3) jan
    4) HaQ
    5) khan
    6) dak
    7) dhaS
    8) rab
    9) zaf
    10) sar
    11) shab
    12) SaH
    13) Daj
    14) ‘Ath
    15) Ghaz
    16) fam
    17) Qa’A
    18) kan
    19) lab
    20) mah
    21) naQ
    22) haz
    23) yaTh
    24) aDh


    بل
    ثر
    جن
    حق
    خن
    دك
    ذس
    رب
    زف
    سر
    شب
    صح
    ضج
    عث
    غز
    فم
    قع
    كن
    لب
    مه
    نق
    هز
    يث
    اظ
     
  15. Expergefactionist

    Expergefactionist hmmm... Staff Member

    as-salaamu 'alaikum...

    jazakumAllahu Khairan and well-done for those who tried!

    You all seem to have the right idea, although, you did make errors distinguishing between thick letters and normal letters.

    Remember, thick letters are represented by capital english letter.

    Therefore, s = س
    and S = ص

    d = د
    while D = ض

    Apart from that you all seem to have got the idea. But you still need lots and lots of practice in your own spare time.

    Make it a routine: 15 mins a day, take a piece of paper, join two random Arabic letters together, then render the sound into English.

    The idea is to get used to letters and sound.

    Anyone had any questions with respect to this lesson? Or can we move on?
     
  16. ibn 'abd al-jabbaar

    ibn 'abd al-jabbaar Well-Known Member

    my attempt

    as-salaamu 'alaikum

    here is my attempt of the questions presented so far (delete if there are more to come). i omitted tashkeel (i.e. diacritical markings) where i wasn't 100% sure.

    1.
    هذه وسادَةٌ

    2.
    هذه قََدَمٌ

    3.
    هذا مغْلفٌ

    4.
    هذا دَليلٌ

    5.
    هذا القَمَرْ

    6.
    هذه الشَمْسْ

    7.
    هذا مَشْطٌ

    8.
    هذه شوْكةَََََ

    9.
    هذا كُرْسيٌ

    10.
    هذه قِطٌ

    11.
    هذا خبزْ

    12.
    هذا قَلَمٌ
     
  17. Umm'sBint

    Umm'sBint New Member

    assalamu alaikum

    My Mum told me to try this lesson.

    These are my answers.

    Do you win a PRIZE?

    هذه وسادة

    هذه رجل


    هذا ظفر

    هذا كتب

    هذا قمر

    هذه شمس


    هذا مشط

    هذه شوكة

    هذه كرسي

    هذه قطاط

    هذا خبز

    هذا قلم
     
  18. Umm Mus'ab

    Umm Mus'ab Alhamdulilah

    as salaamu 'alaikum wr wb,

    here's my shot:

    هذه وسادة

    هذه رجل

    هذا مغلف

    هذا كتاب

    هذا قمر

    هذه شمس

    هذا مشط

    هذه شوكة

    هذا كرسي

    هذه قطة

    هذا خبز

    هذا قلم

     
    Last edited: Jun 18, 2006
  19. Umm Ahmed

    Umm Ahmed 2C oursels as ithers C us

    Wa alaykum as salaam

    Jazak Allah Khairan. I am ready to move on InshaAllah
     
  20. Logic lover

    Logic lover Well-Known Member

    Ready to move on

    Assalamu alaikum respected brother.
    I am ready to move on (not that I think I am well enough to move on).
    JazakAllah.
     

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