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|in English||in Arabic|
rsp - (wa 'alaykum as-salām)
و عليكم السلام inf - (marḥaban) مرحبا
|How are you?||
male - (kayfa ḥālak)
female - (kayfa ḥālik)
|Replying to "How are you?||
male - (Ana bekhair, shukran! Wa ant?)
نا بخير شكرا و أنت؟
female - (Ana bekhair, shukran! Wa anti?)
أنا بخير شكرا و أنت؟
|Havent Seen you for long time||(lam naraka mundhu muddah)
لم نرك منذ مدة
|What is your name?||
male - (mā ismak?)
female - (mā ismik?)
|My name is ...||(... ismee)
|Where are you from?||
male - (min ayn anta?)
من أين أنت؟
female - (min ayn anti)
من أين أنت؟
|I am from ...||(anā min ...)
أنا من ...
|Do you speak Arabic?||
(hal tatakallam al-lughah al-'arabīyah?)
هل تتكلم اللغة العربية؟
|in English||in Arabic|
|Welcome||(ahlan wa sahlan)
أهلاً و سهلاً
|Pleased to meet you||
male (motasharefon bema'refatek)
female (motasharefatun bema'refatek)
|Good Morning||(ṣabāḥul kẖayr)
|Good Afternoon||(masā' al-khayr)
|Good Evening||(masā' al-khayr)
|Good Night||(tuṣbiḥ 'alā khayr)
تصبح على خير
male - (tosbeho ‘ala khair)
تصبح على خير
female - (tosbeheena ‘ala khair)
تصبحين على خير
|Have a nice journey (Happy Journey)||(riḥlah saʿīdah)
|Have a nice journey (Successful Journey)||(riḥlah muwaffaqah)
|Have a nice Day||(atmna lk ywma tyba)
اتمنى لك يوما طيبا
|Have a nice meal||(bil-hanā' wa ash-shifā')
بالهناء والشفاء / بالهنا والشفا
Arabic (العربية) [Pronunced as: /al ʕarabijja/, /ʕarabiː/] is a name applied to the descendants of the classical Arabic language of the 6th century AD. This includes varieties of Arabic spoken across the Middle East and North Africa.
Arabic languages are Central Semitic languages, most closely related to Hebrew, Aramaic, Ugaritic and Phoenician. The standardized written Arabic is distinct from all the spoken varieties, and the two exist side-by-side for different societal functions.
The modern written language is derived from the language of the Quran (known as Classical Arabic or Quranic Arabic). It is widely taught in schools, universities, and used to varying degrees in workplaces, government and the media. The two formal varieties are grouped together as literary Arabic, which is the official language of 26 states and the liturgical language of Islam.
Modern standard Arabic largely follows the grammatical standards of Quranic Arabic and uses much of the same vocabulary. However, it has discarded some grammatical constructions and vocabulary that no longer have any counterpoint in the spoken varieties, and adopted certain new constructions and vocabulary from the spoken varieties. Much of the new vocabulary is used to denote concepts that have arisen in the post-Quranic era, especially in modern times.
Arabic has lent many words to other languages of the Islamic world, like Persian, Turkish, Somali, Bosnian, Kazakh, Bengali, Urdu, Hindi, Malay and Hausa. During the Middle Ages, literary Arabic was a major vehicle of culture in Europe, especially in science, mathematics and philosophy. As a result, many European languages have also borrowed many words from it. Arabic influence, both in vocabulary and grammar, is seen in Romance languages, particularly Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan and Sicilian, owing to both the proximity of European and Arab civilizations and 800 years of Muslim (Moorish) rule in some parts of the Iberian Peninsula referred to as Al-Andalus.
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