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Lai kļūtu par premium (ZELTA) biedru uz mūžu un iegūtu šo funkciju, viss, kas Jums jādara, jānopērk jebkuru žetonu daudzumu vienu reizi!Let us allow to introduce you to a whole new world of friends. You can visit time and connect to the people of subcontinent i.e.the Pakistan, India and also from China, Bangladesh, Maldives, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. We are not limited only to Asia, rather the place is open and home to people from Europe, Gulf and US.Even third culture kids and expat children who were born and educated in the UAE don't know Arabic. If you are addressing a female you would say ‘Habeebti’. Hala is considered an informal or slang way to say hello. Despite Arabic being the most widely spoken Semitic language in the world, the preferred language for expats is English. The closest English word to Habeebi/habeebti I've come across is 'buddy' or 'my dear'. If you need help to remember this one, think of it as the equivalent of 'Holla! Chat rooms can make you feel more confident talking to others and also let you chat with strangers that you can have fun with.

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Even the expat individuals and families who've lived here for years or decades still don't understand enough Arabic to follow a conversation. Habibi in Arabic means 'my love' and is often used in conversation, both formally and informally.

When asked about it, they claim that they never felt the need to learn Arabic. People say it when you thank them, when you ask them for a favour or make a request. It's one of those words to learn as it can be used in any situation — when genuinely calling someone a friend, when fighting or even when being sarcastic!

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