Woidich ahlan wa sahlan mean
Thread starter sadahzinia Start date Jun 14, May 12, Guido Fierlbeck rated it really liked it. Peace, Sadahzinia. Also the German version contains more textual Still one of the best introductions to Egyptian Arabic on the market - by one of the best specialists. No trivia or quizzes yet. To Arabic speaking people This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I found out that when it is said to women it is supposed to be "Ahlan Beeky" But I can't figure out what it means.
Ahlan wa Sahlan literally means “welcome”, but is commonly used as a general greeting just like “hello” in English.
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This greeting can be shortened to just ahlan. 'ahlan biik (to a male) 'ahlan biiki (to a female) reply to "'ahlan wasahlan" Literal Meaning 'ahlan wasahlan hello/welcome wacalaykum us-salaam reply to. I mean, I know that Arabs say it when they Welcome someone and that someone answers back (Ahlan Beek). The origin of the phrase is حللت أهلاً ووطئت سهلاً. "Ahleen" is just the dual of "ahlan." Sometimes words are dualized in colloquial Arabic to intensify them.
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It would have been good to include them.
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4 Woidich wrote the textbook Ahlan Wa Sahlan (Welcome) in German (Woidich ). Manfred Woidich.
fact that this version is a condensed translation of the German original "Ahlan wa Sahlan - Eine Einführung in die Kairoer Umgangssprache".
Nevertheless the dualisations are not a one size fits all trend since I doubt Mahrabtain can be used as an initial greeting rather than a reply.
In my humble opinion it would be best to type ai instead of ee since the e sound does exist at least in the Levantine dialect if not in MSA. How about: "Ahlan Beek"? That system might even have been a better choice. Additionally, if working with an Egyptian tutor, Arabic script will be easier for them to adjust to than will learning a new representation of the language.