Arabic random chat
My default input language is set to Spanish, but sometimes Windows changes this setting automatically when you switch applications (and thus you get a different keyboard layout). (I've become a huge fan of The input language settings are per-application.An application which calls a Windows API in order to change the input locale, can set a different keyboard layout, if it is enabled for the user.If you’re a beginner, and you want to get started reading Arabic script, take a look at the free flashcards in our Language Lab, which provide transliteration and audio along with the Arabic script.It’s a great way to familiarize yourself with the new writing system.If you’re learning Arabic, you’ve probably already figured out a way to type on your computer in Arabic (that is, when not using our online course, which provides a special keyboard).
We can hear our “athan clock” on our computers blaring, interrupting our instant messaging brigade. That’s one thing the Muslims have unknowingly conquered and have created a Muslim chat lingo by accident. If any of you idiots decide to sneeze and type this out, you’re better off sneezing on your computer and hope it malfunctions. IS NOT Even my own name becomes numberized: Hamzah to 7amza.
This is another one of those frequently asked questions that we get emailed to our inbox.
Fortunately, the answer is quite simple and straightforward.
People nowadays do not like writing out the whole thing. If we hurt out wrists while typing something out then people would laugh at us at school/work the next day so AA/WA saves ridicule. In this case the recipient decided to one-up the instigator by adding a WRWB. It means when Hamz ERS says Assalamu Alaikum she replied with Walaikum Musalam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu. In fact as you will soon find out, most Muslim lingo stops becoming words and looks like a 4-year old child banging keys on the keyboard. That’s why most people nowadays like to put i A or m A for insh Allah and mash Allah respectively. If someone is around when someone sneezes they say “Yarhamukallah”.
AA in this case stands for Assalamu Alaikum while WA stands for Walaikum Musalam. Just to note for all: Jazaks and Wayaks aren’t real words. One cyber-school of thought say you must capitalize A because we shouldn’t lowercase Allah’s name (even though ia has no trace of Allah’s name anywhere). After one sneezes you say “Alhamdullilah.” That right there is a butchering.
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