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Arabic Sentences with English Meanings for Basic Learners

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تُسُرُّنِی مُقَابَلَتُکَ
(tosrro ni moqabalatoka)
I am pleased to meet you.
شُکرًا:ھٰذَاجَمِیٛلٌ
(shokran:haza jamilon)
Thank you: this is wonderful.
اَسِفٌ لِمُضَایَقَتِکَ
(asif limodayqatika)
I am sorry to bother you.
اَطٛلُبُ مِنٛکَ اَنٛ تَعٛذِرَنِی
(atlobo minka un t’ezirani)
ھَذَا مُسٛتَحِیٛلٌ
(haza mostaHilon)
It is impossible.
مَاذَااَتَخِذُ مِنٛ اَجٛرَاءَتٛ؟
(maza atkizo min ajra’et)
What step should I take?
لَا یُھِمُّنِی الاَمٛرُ
(la yohimonil amro)
The matter doesn’t concern me.
لَدَیَّ مَا اَقُوٛلُ لَکَ
(la daiya ma aqolo laka)
I have something to say you.
مَاذَا تَعٛنِی، لَسٛتُ مُدٛرِکًا
(maza ta’eni lsto mdrikan)
What do you mean, I don’t know.
ھَلٛ تَتَکَرَّمُ بِبَضِ الٛمَعٛلُوٛمَاتِ؟
(hl tatakrramo bib’edil m’elomati)
Can you give me some information?
لَا یَتَوَقَّفُ الٛاَمٛرُ عَلَیٛکَ
(la yatawaqqful amri e’lika)
The matter doesn’t depend on you.
بِمَاذَا تَنٛصَحُنِی؟
(bimaza tansaHoni?
What do you advise me?
فِعٛلاً،فِکٛرَتُکَ وَجِیٛھَۃً
(fe’lan, fikratoka wajihatn)
مَاذَا تَرٛغَبُ،اَھَذَا یُرٛضِیِکَ؟
(maza trgabo, a haza yurdiyika)
What do you want, will this please you?

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