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 Member of Member hussein rabie
 
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useful arabic

Wishes:



Good Luck!
Bettawfeeq
بالتوفيق!

Happy Birthday!
Eid meelad sa'eed!
عيد ميلاد سعيد

Happy New Year!
Sana sa'eedah!
سنة سعيدة

Merry Christmas!
A'yaad meelad Saeedah
أعياد ميلاد سعيد!

Happy Eid!
Eid mobarak!
عيد مبارك!

Happy Ramadan
Ramadan mobarak!
رمضان مبارك

Congratulations!
Mabrook!
مبروك!

Enjoy! (For meals…)
Shahia tayebah!
شهية طيبة

I'd Like To Visit Morocco One Day
Arghabu bezeyarat al maghrib.
أرغب بزيارة المغرب

Say Hi To John For me.
Sallem ‘ala John men ajlee
سلِّم على (جون) من أجلي

Bless you (when sneezing)
Rahimaka Allah
رحمك الله

Good Night & Sweet Dreams!
Laila sa'eda wa ahlaam ladida
ليلة سعيدة و أحلام لذيذة!

Misunderstanding:

I'm Sorry! (if you don't hear something)
‘Afwan!
عفوا!

Sorry (for a mistake)
Aasef!
أسف!

No Problem!
La moshkelah
لامشكلة

Can You Say It Again?
A’ed men fadlek!/ A’eedi men fadleki (fem)
أعد من فضلك

Can You Speak Slowly?
Takalam bebot’ men fadlek/ fadleki (fem)
تكلم ببطء من فضلك

Write It Down Please!
Oktobha men fadlek/ Oktobiha men fadleki (fem

i hope this would help

  Wed Dec 09, 2009 - 10:58 pm
 Member of Administrators Mery
 
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Hi Hussein,

Thanks a lot for the useful lesson!

I was wondering, would you be interested in helping Phrasebase with some Arabic translations?

  Sun Dec 13, 2009 - 12:45 am
 Member of Member hussein rabie
 
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sure thing,i'd be pleased to help phrasbase , but the thing is that i don't have much time to come here every day, any way, i will do my best, just wait and see.



see you soon, hussein

  Sun Dec 13, 2009 - 3:27 pm
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How do you say thank-you in Arabic? One of my students told me the other day, but I didn't write it down and forgot already.....

Thanks!

  Sun Dec 13, 2009 - 11:04 pm
 Member of Administrators Mery
 
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Thanks a lot Hussein. We need help with the Arabic e-phrasebook. Whenever you have time and feel like doing some translations, please go to the Homepage and select "I'm learning Arabic", then click on either Words or Phrases at the top of the page. Once you are on one of those pages, just select a category you like and add the missing translations.

Thank you is shokran in Arabic, but I'm not sure how it's pronounced. I just realized that I only know like 4 words in Arabic (shokran, afwan, esmy Mery, salamalekum). I'm really going to need your Arabic lessons Hussein ;)

  Mon Dec 14, 2009 - 2:56 am
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mery just answered your question about how to say thanks or thank you in arabic we simply say (shokran)= thanks or thank you = (shokran lak) as for your words mery, afwan means you're welcome, esmy mery means my name is mery, salamalekum has different meaning, it could be as agreeting, like we say here in egypt, , salamalekum= peace be upon you, the other meaning could be bye, any way it depends on the situation, hope this help , see ya soon. hussein

  Tue Dec 15, 2009 - 8:03 pm
 Member of Member hussein rabie
 
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good job

good job, zarxas,

  Mon Jan 11, 2010 - 5:09 pm
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what is mean by Aiwah ?

  Sat Oct 09, 2010 - 5:50 am
 Member of Member hussein rabie
 
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hi, answering your question

hi, everybody. it's been along since i've been here, so here iam again, hi, mery , how're you doing?, hope you're doing great, ah, well, let's get to work now, lol

hi, mymetz, i'd like to answer your question, what do we mean by" aiwah", it means, yes or yeah but in informal way, it depends on the situation as well

ex: hey, hussein, where are you? , i'd say, aiwah,(yes) iam
here

ex2: did you buy her atoy?? , i'd say, aiwah(yes) i did


hope this help,

see you soon

  Sat Oct 09, 2010 - 5:39 pm
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Quote:
Originally posted by mymetz

what is mean by Aiwah ?

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  Thu Sep 08, 2011 - 12:38 am
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