العربيين (Arabic)


#1

(For peeps that know Arabic!)

السلام عليكم :slight_smile: انا اسمي عمر, و انا من ليبيا

بديت العب علي روبولكس في سنه 2008 ولكن بديت تصميم الاعاب في 2010.

بصراحة انا نتكلم بي الانجليزي اغلب الاوقات لكن قلت مفروض واحد يدير منشور بي العربي. ههههههه

و انت من وين و امتى بديت استخدام روبولكس؟


#2

Thank you technology.


#3

yes technology, thank you.

“Robolocks”

“but i said that one of my editors runs my arabic publication” What even… thats NO where near what i said or even close to the meaning.

“Are you from WIN and Amity Bidet using Robolocks” Ok i can’t even describe the fail here.

That my friends is why you shouldn’t use google translate for your games!


#4

I know lol, I posted it a joke


#5

:rofl:

Simple Arabic doesn’t translate as Formal :man_shrugging:. What Omar meant was “And what about you, where are from and when did you start using Roblox.”


#6

niiiiiiice


#7

و عليكم السلام و رحمة الله و بركاتة

انا من الكويت و بديت العب روبلوكس في 2016 و بدأ الهم فيني في مجال تصميم الالعاب في سنة 2017

اعرف اني مررررة متأخر في لعبة بس تعلمة كثير من الشغلات
في روبلوكس تعلمة شلون اتكلم الغة الانجليزية

اسف اذا سويت شغلة غلط اني ارفع هاذا الموضوع بس حبيت اني ارد عليك


#8

مرحبتين بيك!! لا تفضل و دير بوست في اي وقت.

اتمنا انا وقتك في روبولكس لحد الان كان طيب :smiley: تفظل و راسلني كان في اي شغل نسعدك في و انشألله حاضر

(for some reason it won’t let me post with only Arabic text [no numbers])


#9

شكرا على رد!

حمدالله انا وقتي في ربلوكس كان ممتع خصوصاً تصميم الالعاب
ربي يوفقك في مجال البرمجة وسلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته
:wave:


#10

مرحبا ، ايم من لبنان ، وانا وضع الكثير من المطارات للتزلج المنتجعات. انا أحب إذا كنت راجعت لك ملفي الشخصي


#11

When you were taught growing up reading arabic but can’t actually understand it :rofl:

anyways, peace be upon to yall arabic peeps


#12

السلام عليكم is the best way to greet someone hands down.


#13

Honestly I prefer to speak it, I hate writing. It’s just easier and quicker to speak then write :joy::joy:


#14

shoot. haven’t brushed my skills in a while. this might be a good place to do that


#15

I live in a muslim country and I’m a muslim myself, so I’m pretty much forced to be taught on how to read the Quran in Arabic.

In my country, we have a thing called Islamic Studies; and everything from textbooks and such is all written in arabic alphabets (note, not arabic itself.)

So, I can pretty much read, write, and speak arabic but can’t actually understand it. feelsbad :frowning:

(but obviously, i use translations to understand the quran.)
Tried to actually learn understanding it at one point but I’ve only gotten up to how to say one to ten, haha.


#16

Yea, Libya is 100% Arabic, schools and everything (textbooks) you’ll find in Arabic.

They do have English classes but that starts from 4th grade iirc. Then once you get to college it depends on your degree/courses as there are some which require only English.

I’ve grown up (since born till 9 y/o) only knowing Arabic, then once I went to the US, I didn’t enroll in any Arabic schools so for 7 years all I used was English (Arabic only used at home with my parents) For my little brothers they completely forgot Arabic, I still was able to grasp it a bit but definitely wasn’t good at it.

As for the quran, it was never forced onto me, though I find reading it interesting in either language. Though prefer reading it in Arabic as that’'s the language it was first written in, and translations aren’t always good.


#17

That’s so sad, not knowing your own language. I’m from Lebanon (and am there when typing this message), fortunately for us, we don’t have any of your sort. We have French almost everywhere, and trilingualists everywhere you look. Some people speak Armenian, the only Arab country (if not in the world except Armenia itself) to have it as a government listed language. The official language is Arabic however, but in reality French and English is spoken as much as Arabic so there’s really no official language. If you ask me, it’s lebanese, a mixture of all the three. (English, French, Arabic).


#18

Arabic isn’t really my own language; it’s more optional due to the majority of us being muslims. We have our own local language and do speak English aswell. Arabic is probably the third language in the order.

Although, it’s very rare to find someone who could actually 100% speak and understand arabic here. Most of us have the same issue of being able to read, write and speak but can’t understand.

It’s mainly caused because we were taught to read and write using the arabic script (alphabets), but not arabic itself.
Well, to put it short; we simply write how you would write normally but using arabic alphabets.
استرا = reads out “astra”
هادي = reads out “hadi”

It’s really hard to explain, hopefully you get the idea. haha.


#19

That’s my name! :rofl:

And I understand you now. I can read Arabic so there’s no need to do it. I never knew you also had a local language!


#20

Tried to learn arabic in 017. Got down to the roots of grammar and stuff. I was learning Sarf and now I forgot it. reaaally hard