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Simmer on slow heat for 10 minutes. Sprinkle cumin on top to serve. *Always ask an adult for help when cooking. 29 ENGLISH HOW TO SAY IT hello ah sah-LAHM ah-ah-LAY-koom _____________________________________________________ good-bye mah ahs-sah-LEH-mah _____________________________________________________ please min FAD-lak (to a man) min FAD-lik (to a woman) _____________________________________________________ thank you SHU-krahn _____________________________________________________ one wah-HID _____________________________________________________ two ith-NEEN _____________________________________________________ three tah-LAH-tha _____________________________________________________ yes NAAM _____________________________________________________ no LAH _____________________________________________________ 30 Allah (ALL-lah) Allah is the Arabic name for God in the Islamic religion.
During the holy month called Ramadan, Muslims fast every day from sunup to sundown. flash floods (FLASH FLUDZ) Flash floods are dangerous floods that happen very quickly, usually after a heavy rainfall. Flash floods have caused destruction and death in Iraq. mosques (MOSKS) Mosques are Islamic places of prayer. Many mosques are beautiful buildings with towers, rounded domes, and colorful decorations. Muslims (MUHS-lihms) Followers of the Islamic religion are called Muslims. Most Iraqis are Muslims.
Domesticated (doh-MESS-tih-kay-ted) After living in the wild, people tamed, or domesticated, plants and animals. The people of ancient Mesopotamia domesticated many important food crops and animals. fast (FAST) To fast is to go without eating. During the holy month called Ramadan, Muslims fast every day from sunup to sundown. flash floods (FLASH FLUDZ) Flash floods are dangerous floods that happen very quickly, usually after a heavy rainfall. Flash floods have caused destruction and death in Iraq.