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You can pause the video any time and reply any part you like or didn't hear well. For the table below I used the blue font in some places in transliteration to distinguish between the female and male gender. Which is not that different from the masculine form, just an extra “i” or “a” …

The tick (‘) is for a sound like soundless “a” or a stop just to make closer to the real sound which doesn’t exist in English. You will be able to hear it many time in the video.

The “th” is sometimes pronounced as “th of that” and sometimes as “th of think”, I usually state how you should pronounce it.

There is a sharp “h” that is different from the regular “h”, however a person can be understood even if it’s pronounced as a regular “h”.

The video below contains the same text as the table below it, however the video contains audio as well, so that you will be able to hear the words and see how they're written.

 

 

Arabic Phrases

English Phrases

Arabic Transliterated Phrases

Arabic Script

Arabic Greetings:

 

 

Hi!

Salam!

سلام

Good Morning!

Sabah el kheer

صباح الخير

Good Evening!

Masaa el kheer

مساء الخير

Welcome! (to greet someone)

Marhaban

مرحبا

How Are You?

Kaifa haloka/ haloki ( female)

كيف حالك؟

I'm Fine, Thanks!

Ana bekhair, shokran!

أنا بخير شكرا

And You?

Wa ant? / Wa anti? (female)

و أنت؟

Good/ So-So.

Jayed/ 'aadee

جيد / عادي

Thank You (Very Much)!

Shokran (jazeelan)

شكرا (جزيلا)

You're Welcome! (for “thank you”)

Al’afw

ألعفو

Hey! Friend!

Ahlan sadiqi/ sadiqati! (female)

أهلا صديقي /صديقتي!

I Missed You So Much!

Eshtaqto elaika/ elaiki (female) katheeran

إشتقت إليك كثيرا

What's New?

Maljadeed?

مالجديد؟

Nothing Much

Lashai jadeed

لا شيء جديد

Good Night!

Tosbeho/ tosbeheena (female) ‘ala khair/

تصبح/ تصبحين على خير

See You Later!

Araka/ Araki (female) fi ma ba'd

أراك في مابعد

Good Bye!

Ma’a salama

مع السلامة

 

Help & Directions:

 

 

I'm Lost

Ada'tu tareeqi!

 أضعت طريقي!

Can I Help You?

Hal beemkani mosa’adatuk?

هل بإمكاني مساعدتك؟

Can You Help Me?

Hal beemkanek mosa’adati?

هل بإمكانك مساعدتي؟

Where is the (bathroom/ pharmacy)?

Ayna ajedu (al merhaad/ assaidaliah)?

أين أجد (المرحاض/ الصيدلية)؟

Go Straight! Then Turn Left/ Right!

imshy ala tool, thumma ‘arrij yaminan/ shimalan

أمشٍ على طول ثم عرّج يمينا/ شمالا!

I'm Looking For John.

Abhatu ‘an John

أبحث عن جون

One Moment Please!

Lahda men fadlek/ fadleki (female)

لحظة من فضلك

Hold On Please! (phone)

ibqa/ ibqay (female) ala al khat raja'an

إبقى/ أبقي علي الخط رجاءا!

How Much Is This?

Kam howa thamanoh? (th as in bath)

كم هو ثمنه؟

Excuse Me ...! ( to ask for something)

Men fathlek/ fathleki (female) (th as in that)

من فضلك

Excuse Me! ( to pass by)

Alma'derah!

المعذرة

Come With Me!

Ta'ala/ ta'alay (female) ma'ee!

تعال معي!

Personal Info:

 

 

Do You Speak (English/ Arabic)?

Hal tatakallamu alloghah alenjleziah/ alarabiah?

هل تتكلم اللغة الإنجليزية /العربية؟

Just a Little.

Qaleelan!

قليلا!

What's Your Name?

Ma esmouk? Ma esmouki?

ما إسمك؟

My Name Is ….

Esmee…

إسمي....

Mr. Mrs.…/ Miss…

Assayed…/ Assayeda…/ Al anesah ...

السيد... /السيدة/ الانسة...

Nice To Meet You!

Motasharefon/ motasharefatun (f) bema'refatek

متشرف / متشرفة بمعرفتك

You're Very Kind!

Anta lateef/ Anti lateefa

أنت لطيف! أنتِ لطيفة!

Where Are You From?

Men ayna anta/ anti (female)?

من أين أنت؟

I'm From (the U.S/ Morocco)

Ana men (amreeka/ almaghrib)

أنا من (أمريكا/ المغرب)

I’m (American)

Ana (amreeki/ amrekiah (female)

أنا أمريكي/أمريكية

Where Do You Live?

Ayna taskun?/ Ayna taskuneen? (female)

أين تسكن؟  أين تسكنين؟

I live in (the U.S/ France)

A'eesho fel welayat almotaheda/ faransa

أعيش في الولايات المتحدة/ فرنسا

Did You Like It Here?

Hal istamta'ta bewaqtika/ bewaqtiki (f) huna?

هل استمتعت بوقتك هنا؟

Morocco Is a Wonderful Country

Al maghrib baladun jameel!

المغرب بلد جميل!

What Do You Do For A Living?

Ma mehnatuk? Mehnatuki (female)

ما مهنتك؟

I Work As A (Translator/ Businessman)

A'mal ka(motarjim/ rajul a'maal)

أعمل كمترجم/ كرجل أعمال

I Like Arabic

Ohibbu allughah al arabia

أحب اللغة العربية

I've Been Learning Arabic For 1 Month

adrusu allughah al arabia mundu shahr

أدرس اللغة العربية منذ شهر

Oh! That's Good!

Hada shay'un Jameel

هذا شيء جميل

How Old Are You?

Kam howa umruk? umroki (female)

كم هو عمرك؟

I'm (twenty, thirty…) Years Old.

Umri ( 'eshreen/ thalatheen) sanah (th as in bath)

عمري (عشرين/ ثلاثين) سنة

I Have To Go

Yajebu an athhaba al aan! (th as in that)

يجب أن اذهب الآن

I Will Be Right Back!

Sa arje’o halan

سأرجع حالا

 


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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)

أكتبها من فضلك! / أكتبيها من فضلك!

I Don't Understand!

La afham!

لا أفهم

I Don't Know!

La a’ref!

لآ أعرف!

I Have No Idea.

La adri!

لاأدري

What's That Called In Arabic?

Ma esmoho bel arabiah?

ما أسمه بالعربية؟

What Does "qit" Mean In English?

Mada ta'ni kalemat "qit" bel inglizia?

ماذا تعني كلمة "قط" بالانجليزية؟

How Do You Say "Please" In Arabic?

Kaifa taqoulu kalimat "please" bel arabia?

كيف تقول كلمة "بليز" بالعربية؟

What Is This?

Ma hatha (th as in that)

ما هذا؟

My Arabic Is Bad.

Lughati al arabic laisat kama yajib

لغتي العربية ليست كما يجب

I need to practice my Arabic

Ahtaaju an atadarraba 'ala al arabia!

احتاج ان اتدرب على العربية

Don't Worry!

La taqlaq! La taqlaqi (fem)

لاتقلق/ لا تقلقي!

Arabic Expressions & Words:

 

 

Good/ Bad/ So-So.

Jayed/ saye'/ 'adee

جيد / سيء / عادي

Big/ Small

Kabeer/ Sagheer

كبير / صغير

Today/ Now

Alyawm/ Al aan

اليوم / الآن

Tomorrow/ Yesterday

Ghadan/ Albareha

غدا / البارحة

Yes/ No

Na’am/ Laa

نعم / لا

Here You Go! (when giving something)

Khod!

خد!

Do You Like It?

Hal a’jabak? Hal a’jabaki? (female)

هل أعجبك؟

I Really Like It!

A’jabani haqqan!

أعجبني حقا

I'm Hungry/ Thirsty.

Ana jae’/ ana ‘atshaan

أنا جائع/ أنا عطشان

In The Morning/ Evening/ At Night.

Sabahan/ masa’an/ laylan

صباحا/ مساءا/ ليلا

This/ That. Here/There

Hatha/ thalek. Huna/ hunaak (th as in that)

هذا /ذلك. هنا/هناك

Me/ You. Him/ Her.

Ana/ anta/ anti (you female). Houwa/ Hiya

أنا/ أنت. هو/ هي

Really!

Haqqan!

حقا!

Look!

Onzor / Onzori (female)

أنظر!  أنظري!

Hurry Up!

Asre'/ Asre'ee (female)

أسرع!  أسرعي!

What? Where?

Matha? Ayn? (th as in that)

ماذا؟ أين؟

What Time Is It?

kam essa'a?

كم الساعة؟

It's 10 o'clock. 07:30pm.

Enaha al 'ashera. Ennaha assaabe'a wa nesf.

إنها العاشرة. إنها السابعة و النصف مساءا

Give Me This!

A'teni hatheh! (th as in that)

أعطني هذه!

I Love You!

Uhibbok/ uhibboki (female)

أحبك

I Feel Sick.

ana mareed.

أنا مريض.

I Need A Doctor

ahtaju tabeeban!

أحتاج طبيبا!

One, Two, Three

wahed, ithnaan, thalatha (th as in think).

واحد, إثنان, ثلاثة

Four, Five, Six

arba'a, khamsa, sitta

أربعة, خمسة, ستة

Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten

sab'a, thamania (th as in think), tis'a, 'ashara.

سبعة, ثمانية, تسعة, عشرة

 

I used the blue font sometimes in transliteration to distinguish between the female and male gender, which is not that different from the masculine form, just an extra “i” or “a” …

The tick (‘) is for a sound like soundless “a” or a stop just to make closer to the real sound which doesn’t exist in English.

The “th” is sometimes pronounced as “th of that” and sometimes as “th of think”, I usually state how you should pronounce it.

There is a sharp “h” that is different from the regular “h”, however a person can be understood even if it’s pronounced as a regular “h”.

I hope the content of this page was useful to you, and that you learned some Arabic phrases, expressions and words.

 

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