This is a very interesting tool that enables you to write in Arabic using English letters, then it writes it into actual Arabic letters. It is a very powerful tool for people who are used to the English-Arabic writing style, or those who probably do not have their Arabic letters printed on their keyboards. I’m definitely sure that there are many other similar tools too around the internet that performs the same.
This sentence above is grammatically correct. The word ”buffalo” in the sentence has three meanings: the animal, the city in New York and the act of ”buffaloing” which is another word for teasing or bullying. Here is another way of looking at the sentence: THE buffalo FROM Buffalo WHO ARE buffaloed BY buffalo FROM Buffalo ALSO buffalo THE buffalo FROM Buffalo.”
(from OMG facts)