Discussion in 'العربية (Arabic)' started by tonyt, Mar 22, 2013.
How do you say "Sorry for my bad Arabic" in Arabic?
How is this:
آسف لبلدي عربية سيئة
آسف على لغتي العربية السيئة
the word بلدي means "my country"
Thanks Ahmed, I got that "بلدي" from Google translate, lol.
Is the ي an attched pronoun meaning "my" that goes at the end of a word? If so how would I add that to the end of the word "Arabic"?
It can't be "عربيةي" that looks totally wrong.
Do I add the ت letter between the pronoun and the word?
I.e. I know that "my wife" is زوجتي , so is "My Arabic" simply عربيتي ?
the letter ة (ta' marbouta) is originally ت (ta'), so when you attach a pronoun to any word ending with ة you replace it with ت
عربية (Arabic) + ـك (Your) = عربيتك (Your Arabic)
زوجة (Wife) + ـي (Your) = زوجتي (My Wife)
Separate names with a comma.