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number 6 in arabic:"set" or "sitta" which is standard arabic?

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    hello Allison
    you may want to check this web site it' going to help you in numbers you can listen and write them as well....
    http://www.languageguide.org/im/num/ar/
    and visit the home page it have a very good collection too....
    http://www.languageguide.org/arabic/
    all the best.

    hi number 6 in Arabic : is " sitta"
    Sitta ..

    it is *setta*

    setta

    Hi!!!
    " Sete' " (Seteh, Set, Sette) is how the people who speak the Levantine Arabic in Lebnan pronounce the name of the number 6...
    ^__^
    Hello ,In MSA both are right,but we use "set" when we are talking about feminine object.
    Ex: ست مدارس ،ست عربات
    sit 3rabat,sit madares
    Six vechiles,six schools.

    The other one "sitta" is used for masculine,ستة رجال => sittat rejal (six men)
    ستة أقلام => sittat aklam (six pens)
    Note:i wrote "sittat not sita because of "الحركات" "

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