Basic Arabic Useful Phrases and Grammar Rules. For study abroad brought to you by elusiveambitions.wordpress.com A travel blog of sorts~. Marhaba Ana ismii (Danni) (Ta- sha - ruf - na ). Hello! My name is (Danni) (it’s nice to meet you!). Ana Amrekeeya (I’m American)
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Ayena = Where? Maktab = OfficeMaktaba = LibraryMadrasa = SchoolBaet = House Hammam = Bathroom *(May I go to the bathroom?)Mumkinathhabela al-hammam??(remember low-samat with asking where something is! Be polite! )WHERE IS IT?!
KeyfaHalak? How are youAna T3bana (I’m tired)Ana Sa3eeda (im happy!)Ana mareeda (I’m sick)Ana Bakheer (I’m good!)Waenta? (and you?)***Enta is what you say to a MALEENTEE is what you say to a FEMAL And (a)’s represent feminism. If you’re a girl you say “anamareeda) guys say “Mareed”How are you feeling?
Howa = He ; Heya = She Example Verb: I Play=al3b and Aheb = I like (I) Ana aheb an al3b m3 walidee (I like to play with my dad) (she) HeyaToheb an tal3b m3 walidoha(howa) Howa yoheb an yal3b m3 walidohoo(She/he likes to play with his/her dad)CJUGATION
Enta = You (m) Entee (f) (Quick fact: “hal” is what you say when asking a certain kind of question) Talking to male: Do you like the milk? (hal to7eb al-haleeb??)Talking to a female: (Hal to7ebeen al-haleeb?)Conj. Cont.