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64 [sixty-four]

Negation 1

 


‫64 [أربعة وستون]‬

‫النفي 1‬

 

 
I don’t understand the word.
‫لا أفهم الكلمة.‬
lla 'afham alkalimata
I don’t understand the sentence.
‫لا أفهم الجملة.‬
lla 'afham aljamalata
I don’t understand the meaning.
‫لا أفهم المعنى.‬
lla 'afham almaeanna
 
 
 
 
the teacher
‫المدرس، المعلم‬
almadris, almaelim
Do you understand the teacher?
‫أتفهم المعلم؟‬
atafahum almaelum
Yes, I understand him well.
‫نعم، أفهمه جيداً.‬
neimm، 'afhamuh jydaan
 
 
 
 
the teacher
‫المعلمة، المدرسة‬
almuelimat, almudrast
Do you understand the teacher?
‫أتفهم المعلمة؟‬
aatafahum almuelamat
Yes, I understand her well.
‫نعم، أفهمها جيداً.‬
neimm، 'afhamuha jydaan
 
 
 
 
the people
‫الناس‬
alnnas
Do you understand the people?
‫أتفهم الناس؟‬
atafahum alnnasa
No, I don’t understand them so well.
‫لا، لا أفهمهم كما يجب.‬
la, la 'afhamuhum kama yajb
 
 
 
 
the girlfriend
‫الصديقة‬
alssadiqat
Do you have a girlfriend?
‫ألديك صديقة؟‬
aladik sadiqat
Yes, I do.
‫نعم، لدي صديقة.‬
neim, laday sadiqata
 
 
 
 
the daughter
‫الإبنة‬
al'iibnat
Do you have a daughter?
‫ألديك ابنة؟‬
alidik abnata
No, I don’t.
‫لا،ليس لدي اينة.‬
la,lis laday ayn
 
 
 
 
 


The blind process speech more efficiently

People that cannot see hear better. As a result, they can move through everyday life easier. But blind people can also process speech better! Numerous scientific studies have come to this conclusion. Researchers had test subjects listen to recordings. The speed of speech was then considerably increased. Despite this, the blind test subjects could understand the recordings. The test subjects who could see, on the other hand, could hardly understand. The rate of speaking was too high for them. Another experiment came to similar results. Seeing and blind test subjects listened to various sentences. Part of each sentence was manipulated. The last word was replaced with a nonsense word. The test subjects had to assess the sentences. They had to decide if the sentences were sensible or nonsense. While they were working through the sentences, their brains were analyzed. Researchers measured certain brain waves. By doing so, they could see how quickly the brain solved the task. In the blind test subjects, a certain signal appeared very quickly. This signal indicates that a sentence has been analyzed. In the seeing test subjects, this signal appeared much later. Why blind people process speech more efficiently is not yet known. But scientists have a theory. They believe that their brain uses a particular brain region intensively. It is the region with which seeing people process visual stimuli. This region isn't used for seeing in blind people. So it is "available" for other tasks. For this reason, the blind have a greater capacity to process speech…

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