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|English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: chelsea|
|i would like to see what it would look like in arabic text..thanks a bunch!|
My answer to your previous posting of the same question contains the name Chelsea in Arabic text (at the top of the answer box). If you cannot view Arabic text in your browser, verify the following:
1. That your browser is MS Internet Explorer 5 or above (go to Help, About Internet Explorer).
2. That you have Arabic language support installed (go to Tools, Windows Update, and select Arabic Language support).
After verifying that you have both the correct version of IE and Arabic language support, then you will be able to display Arabic text. To do so, go to View, Encoding, and select Arabic (windows).
If you still have difficulties, please let me know.
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|ohhh!!! thanks for explanation about why it didnt show up,and how to put it on my computer.|
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As there is no proper letter to render the English sound "ch" in Arabic, we can use either the combination "t"+"sh," or a variant of the letter for "j" (with three dots instead of one).
Transcription (from rignt to left!): initial jim [with three dots instead of one] (or initial ta' + median shin), median lam, median sin, final ya'.
B'hatzlacha, Good luck, J.M.
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(from right to left)
ch: a combination of the sound t ت and sh ش