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Introducing each other dialogue Arabic to English

Introducing each other dialogue Arabic to English

Introducing each other dialogue Arabic to English. Improve your Arabic translation skills from Arabic to English and English to Arabic.  You will also be provided with a free downloadable PDF version of these sentences.

مَااسٛمُکَ؟
(masmoka)
What is your name?
اِسٛمِی عَلِی
(ismi Ali)
My name is Ali.
مَا اِسٛمُ وَالِدِکَ؟
(ma ismo  walidika)
What is your father name?
اِسٛمِی وَالِدِیٛ نُور
(ismi walidi moor)
My father name is Noor.
أیٛنَ تَسٛکُنٛ؟
(aina  taskon)
Where you live?
أسٛکُنُ فِی مَکَّہ
(askono fi makka)
I live in  Makka.
کَمٛ عُمٛرُکَ؟
(kam umroka)
What is your age?
عُمٛرِی عِشٛرُوٛنَ سَنَۃٌ
(umri eshrona sanaton)
My age is twenty years.
مَا ھِیَ جِنٛسَیَّتُکَ؟
(ma hiya jinsiyatoka?)
What is your nationality?
اَنَا مَکِّی
(aana makki)
I am makki.
مَا ھِیَ مِھٛنَتُکَ؟
(ma hiya mehnatoka?)
What are your professions?
اَنَا مُعَلِّمٌ
(aana mo’elimon)
I am teacher.
ھَلٛ اَنٛتٛ مُتَزَوِّجٌ؟
(hal aanta motazwijon?(
Are you mired?
نَعَم:اَنَا مُتَزَوِّجٌ
( na’em: aana motazwijon)
Yes: I am married.
ھَلٛ عِنٛدَکَ اَوٛلَادٌ؟
(hal eindaka awladon)
Do you have children?
نَعَمٛ:عِنٛدِیٛ ثَلَاثَۃُ اَوٛلَادِ
(na’em: e’ndi salasaton awladi)
Yes: I have three children.
ھَلٛ تَعٛرِفُنِی؟
(hal te’rifoni?)
Do you know me?
نَعَمٛ: اَنَا اَعٛرِفُکَ
(na’em aana a’erifoka)
Yes: I know you.

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