M_H_M's blog

By M_H_M, history, 3 years ago, In English,

Hi. I’m Mohammad hasan Mousavi.My nickname is MooSooL.
For about 6 months I’ve been far from OI, and sadly that’s because I have to get ready for a hard and tedious exam called konkur! It’s for entering universities in Iran and consists of nasty subjects like Arabic & chemistry. At first this was really hard for me and I hated the atmosphere(!) and I saw my life wasted. last year I got trilled by posting blogs and receiving upvotes; I even named myself “MooSooL Contribute” .
I’ve missed posting blogs, and contribution doesn’t matter anymore maybe .But it feels good! maybe even more!

Peace and love!
MooSooL Contribute :D

 
 
 
 
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consists of nasty subjects like Arabic & chemistry

Arabic is taught in high-schools in Iran? interesting!

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    also in middle school :P

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    Because of Quran

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      It makes sense, but now I'm wondering if Iranian students become able to make conversations in Arabic by the end of their high-school education?

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        No not at all not even a little bit

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          LOL, I know that feel bro sis bro!

          in Syria they teach us French in middle and high school but I hated learning this language very much :D

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            It is 'bro' by the way :)

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              Really? "Yara" is a girl name in Arabic countries :D

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        My Arabic teacher in first grade of high school told us he tried to cominucate with Arabic student in his university and he can't understood anything ;(( I think the Arabic used in Quran is very different with your language!

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          Exactly the spoken slang in all Arabic countries are very different from the real Arabic language but most of Arabs can still speak the real Arabic (same as used in Quran) so I was wondering if Iranian students can make conversations in real Arabic not in spoken slang of Arabic countries.

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            Is it true that in some Arabic contry people pronounce گ چ پ ژ ??

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              Those letters are not in the alphabet of Arabic so I don't know how are they pronounced, but yes in spoken slangs of some Arabic countries some letters are pronounced differently, for example in Egypt there's an Arabic letter which they pronounce like G in word (Good) while in real Arabic it doesn't have this pronunciation, and that letter should be pronounced like G in word (Gender).

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              Some Arabic country use it to describe their accents such as iraq. And also it used to describe some english letter like G (گ) and P (پ).

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Hi MooSooL!