Language in Middle East

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Most countries in the Middle East have Arabic as their offical language. Only in saudi arabia it is not widely used and understood. So a few words are always saudi arabia . For a complete guide see our friends at Travlang.

Turkish:

Yes = Evet

No = Hayır

Thank you = Teşekkür ederim 

Thank you very much = Çok teşekkürler

You're welcome = Hoş geldiniz

Please = Lütfen

Excuse me = Afedersin

Hello = Merhaba

Goodbye = Güle güle

Good morning = Günaydın

Good afternoon = Tünaydın

Good evening = İyi akşamlar

Good night = İyi geceler

I do not understand = Anlamadım

How do you say this in [Turkish]? = Bu kelimeyi [Türkçe'de] nasıl telaffuz ederim?

Do you speak ... = Konuşabilir misin..

English = İngilizce

I = Ben

We = Biz

You (singular) = Sen

You (plural) = Siz

They = Onlar

What is your name? = İsminiz nedir?

Nice to meet you. = Tanıştığımıza memnun oldum

How are you? = Nasılsın

Good = İyi/güzel/hoş

Bad = Kötü

Arabic:

Yes = na'am

No = laa

Thank you = shokran

Thank you very much = shokran Gazillan

You're welcome = Ala Arahb Wa ASa'a

Please = Min Fadilak

Excuse me = Ann Eazinak

Hello = Ahalan

Goodbye = Ma'a ElSalama

So long = Wada'an

Good morning = Sabaah AlKhair

Good afternoon = Masa'a AlKhair

Good evening = Masa'a AlKhair

Good night = Laila Tiaba

I do not understand = Ana laa Afham

How do you say this in [Arabic]? = Kaif Takool Thalik Bil[arabia]?

Do you speak ... = Hal Tatakalm...

English = Alingli'zia

I = Ana

We = Nahono

You (singular) = Anta (m), Anti (f)

You (plural) = Antom, Antona

They = Hom (m), Hoonna (f)

What is your name? = Ma Ismok?

Nice to meet you. = Sorirrt Biro'aitk

How are you? = Kaifa Halak?

Good = Taib/ Bikair

Bad = Sai'a/ Mosh Bikair

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March 22, 2009 change by boomlove