I can answer questions related to Syrian culture especially Damascene. I can also answer questions about "Arabic" cultures in general. I can answer in English, French and of course in Arabic.
I m a native.
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Dear Elizabeth, Thank you for your question. Actually your question does not belong here , it is best you consult a teaching expert. However, as I am a teacher too (but not an expert in education)
Dear Julian, I understand where you are coming from but I don't agree with what you said about Arabic words changing with time. Arabic is a complicated language which is based on roots and derivatives
Dear Mario, unfortunately this is not my expertise. You need someone who knows about family trees in Arab countries and not all of them are similar. Like Saudi is different from Syria and Morrocco.
Dear Gul, You are mixing things up here . There is only modern classic Arabic which is written official Arabic that all Arabs understand but do not speak. Each Arabic country , communinity , region
Dear Yousuf, What my regligion is , is a personal matter and it is none of your business. As for your question I am not an expert in religion or in Islam. I am an expert in Arabic culture and language