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in response to reader comment: The so called classical Arabic is a language that no one speaks not back then and not now

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Jan 10, 2012 at 20:58

Our dear Amin I'm still waiting for a link to verify that you are a graduate of wahhabi central and let me guess it does not exist right?

And where did you learn Arabic. If you have been to a Uni for anything... then let us swap links - yours for mine. Why should I give my details away to like of you? I want your details in a fair exchange.... :)

So next time you re-post this make sure to put in a link about yourself....


Oh and let us see how would your Arabs masters write and there were 3M hits

ليش اذا اكلت كثير بطنك يكبر ؟ تحسس ان عندك كرشه ؟ - تمت الإجابة

And where did you get the above ..... and where is there such a word as LAISHA.....

That above is a mistake - if the Kathir is intended as an Adverb.

That is according to Modern Standard Arabic and Classical Arabic.

Now you are not saying you dont know the difference between Fusha and Aamiyah?

And how is that you know the page had 3million hits? :-)

Why dont we try asking them if اكلت كثيرا is correct or not. And which language is it....



Remember this .... the site serving you as evidence? Are we going to deny it now..... and why did you go through the previous nonsense .....if now you are denying that Arabic DOESNT EVEN EXIST.... ha ha


I do not see your bogus اكلت كثيرا and do you know why? let me help you because the so called classical Arabic is an artificial language that no one speaks not back then or now

No one might speak it.... but anyone who has been to school would understand it.


And isnt this like Hindi and Urdu?


Both are standard languages of India and Pakistan - yet there are about 10-15% native speakers of the languages. Yet everyone learns them at school.


Bogus is it? Have a see....

Magazine Article or Google Answers? Aamiyah or Fusha?

Knowledge of Arabic Grammar aside now you are showing basic ignorance ABOUT Arabic. Back to wiki for basics:




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