Arabic Iraqi Dialect “I can’t” “I can’t hear” is مَ دَ اسمَع from what I understand. Would something you can’t do in the future be the same or a bit different? For example, “I can’t go tomorrow” or maybe “I can’t go right now” I’m unsure of if I should use دَ in that case, nothing, or something else in terms of conjugating the verb “to go” Help is appreciated! :)
Nov 3, 2017 1:46 PM
Answers · 6
د has no specific translation or meaning but it is similar to "-ing" in English and not all iraqs use it is the mark of Baghdadi people (original people) . In more popular speach in Iraqi it isn't used like ما اكدر اسمع شي (the ك sound like "g"in "go" ) I can't hear anything ما اكدر اروح باجر للمدرسة (I can't go to the school tomorrow ) ( ك sound like g in go ) (and ج sound like ch in chair with kasrah-i sound)
November 5, 2017
دَ is used only at the present time and continuous and it has no synonym in Fusha because it is a slang word. دَ اقرا I am reading .
November 3, 2017
Iraqi as for what i know they use da in replace to want u can use Da or Areed in future and present ما د روح وياكم باجر، ما اريد اروح وياكم باجر اريد اروح هالساعة، د احجي وياكم هسه but for the past ما ردت اروح وياهم
November 4, 2017
I can't go tomorrow : لا أستطيع الذهاب غدا I can't go right now : لا أستطيع الذهاب الآن
November 3, 2017
I can't hear is لا أسمع in Arabic I can't is لا استطيع
November 3, 2017
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