Posted by: audreydk | August 25, 2010

Thank you (shukran)!

Hello all! I just wanted to thank everyone for checking out my blog and for all of your comments! In formal Arabic, one says shukran (as is written above in Arabic calligraphy) to express thanks, and a common response is tikram aiounak (thank you for your eyes). Isn’t Arabic so lovely and wonderful?! Also, since the Lebanese dialect is French-influenced, one can say merci or merci ktir (thanks alot!). So, shukran, merci ktir and thank you to all who read this blog. Also, feel free to continue making comments and let me know what you’d like to write about next if I continue to blog. Yalla bye!

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  1. Love folllowing your blog!

    I have a new blog (lost the other one last week). The URL is similar, but wanted to give you the new one so you can follow me (hopefully)! 🙂

    http://americanbridget.blogspot.com

    All the best,
    Ryan Shultz


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