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Additional resources for Arabic
Keef (or kiif) how kwayyis nice (f. kwaysa) jiddan very tamaam excellent! great! wa and (alternative to u, same meaning) naas people huna here (alternative to boon, same meaning) tikram thank you, you are too kind iota you (m. ), inti you (f. e. originally from the desert) t keefra'ayt il-urdun? what do you think of Jordan? (lit. ). Note that, as he is talking to a foreigner here, Yousif tries to speak more 'correctly' than he normally would, and uses the very formal-sounding word ra'ayt for 'you think, see' rather than the more colloquial shuft.
It has other uses (see Dialogue 3). il-kull batSawwar [Tea for] everybody, I imagine? shaay mniiH Tea is nice (lit. tea [is] nice). In this kind of sentence, no word for 'is' is required in Arabic. Compare what we saw in Unit I, ana mish min 9ammaan I'm not from Amman (lit. I not from Amman). 36 UNIT3 Practise what you have learned 1 2 3 On the recording you will hear three questions and a statement. Indicate which of the answers below fits which question by writing the letters of the questions in the appropriate boxes.
In Arab homes, and in all but the most westemised Arab restaurants, food is traditionally served somewhat differently from the way it is served in Europe. In Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Palestine, the meal may begin with an (often large) variety of hot and cold hors d'ouvres (called mazza) all served at the same time, from which the diners will take a little of each. After this, all the savoury or spicy main dishes, of which again there may be several, are put on the table at the same time, rather than in the form of separate courses.