05 Oct

Also, as is used in all of the other Arabic dialects, there is another way of showing active tense. š ( Things could be in three places hnaya (right here), hna (here) or el-hih (there).

The uvular and emphatic sounds are generally considered to be q, x and ṣ, ḍ, and ṭ respectively.

Speakers generally do not use the future tense above.

Used instead is the present tense or present continuous. Like all North African Arabic varieties (including Egyptian Arabic) along with some Levantine Arabic varieties, verbal expressions are negated by enclosing the verb with all its affixes, along with any adjacent pronoun-suffixed preposition, within the circumfix ma...

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As it is indeed an Algerian chat,but users tend to chat in English as well in the many available Arabic chat rooms.