What Are Some Common Arabic Sayings?

What Are Some Common Arabic Sayings?

What Are Some Common Arabic Sayings?

Some common Arabic phrases include "salam," which is used to mean "hi," and "laila sa'eda wa ahlaam ladida," which means "good night and sweet dreams." When greeting someone in Arabic, a person can also say "sabah el kheer" to mean "good morning" or "masaa el kheer" to mean "good evening."

Another common saying is "hal tatakallamu alloghah alenjleziah?" This sentence means "do you speak English?" A common answer is "qaleelan," meaning "just a little." A person can identify where he is from by saying, for example, "ana men amreeka" to mean "I am from America." One can ask "maljadeed?" This translates to "what's new?"