Our dear Keith and the teh marbouta ain't a ha and you need to stick to urdu
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 25, 2008 at 07:48
Our dear Keith is pontificating about a language that he cannot speak read or write
>I thought we cleared this up before? For unofficial forums such as this you can transliterate or transcribe the tah marbuta تاء مربوطة, by leaving it silent /t/ or with an /h/ if that helps the person in pronunciation and vocalizing the words?
Repeat after me: The teh marbouta is silent and get over it at least you are not telling us about the teh marbouta being the letter ha what ever that is.
>But here in sirah,
Repeat after me: It is sira it is sira and it is not the Pakistani Sirah
Oh let me see; an Arab would read your Pakistani translteration as: either sirah with a heh or a sirah with a hah so does the word sira have a letter hah or the letter heh in it?Let me help you: No
> the tah marbuta is sitting alone and is isolated from the rest of the word.
ROTFL what are you talking about? Stick to Urdu please
Oh and snip the rest
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