Share Some Arabic Music

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Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Postby Michael » 2018-10-04, 15:34

First Arabic song I’ve learned the lyrics of!

https://youtu.be/Xeor-AxzKGY
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Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Postby n8an » 2018-10-05, 0:43

Michael wrote:First Arabic song I’ve learned the lyrics of!

https://youtu.be/Xeor-AxzKGY


Classic :D

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Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Postby Michael » 2018-10-23, 23:32

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Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Postby eskandar » 2019-01-03, 7:45

Please correct my mistakes in any language.

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Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Postby voron » 2019-01-13, 20:02

Does anyone remember this song from many years ago? I heard it on the radio today. It's in Lebanese Arabic:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFq8jL6vnXo

It feels weird to suddenly be able to understand distinct words in something that was once gibberish. I had a similar feeling when I heard an old Tarkan song, after having advanced in Turkish.

And now I'm never going to forget how to say "hug me!" in Arabic. غمرني , or, to a woman, غمريني!
(tr) 120 pages, (ku) Hînker 3: Unit 5/8, (ar) Kalila wa Dimna: p.74/196


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