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August 03, 2012

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saqib

Arabic is very vast and interesting language. By just changing a slight extension the whole meaning is changed. The interesting thing is that the Arabic language has only two tens. Past and Mudhare (present and future) really interesting. I am a teacher and I have collected a lot of helping stuff, I have published some of them on my website
www.quranbaha.org

Roger Solis

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