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(Fus7a/Syrian dialect) - How do I say: "Are you sure?"

Lily W Lily W (0) on 29/12/14

How do I say: "Are you sure?"

REQUEST:If possible, please add both Arabic letters and the translitteration in Latin letters. I would appreciate it if you could also add an audio file to your answer if possible. (In fus7a, and if you happen to also be a native (!) speak from Syria: also in the Syrian dialect). Any help is much appreciated!

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Hi I am a native Syrian happily! Are you sure in Arabic Fus7a is " Hal Anta Muta'kked? " the apostrophe stands for the letter "Hamzah" which is pronounced from the throat like the A in " actually "

In my native dialect here in Damascus we say: Enta met'akked ? the same as above just removed the "Hal" as in English when we say, you sure ? instead of are you sure?

Fus7a : Hal Anta Muta'kked? Damascus Dialect : Enta met'akked? notice the difference in pronouncing the words also, in the dialect its lighter than Fus7a.

Hope that this may help :)

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Lily W Lily W (0) on 27/04/18

Thank you for answering my question. Apologies for replying so late. 

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In Urdu you will say

Kia aap ko yaqeen hay.

In urdu it is written as

کیا آپ کو یقین ھے

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Lily W Lily W (0) on 04/01/15

Thank you, but I was not asking for the Urdu translation, as I already know that. It was still kind of you to add it.

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