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Get the Arabic word for "thank you" as a thank you towards those who have done something towards you in your life. Maybe helping you, being there for you, hurting you, doing just about anything because without anyone doing what they did, you wouldn't be where you are today.

nice but Hello written there in arabic reads Marhabah (ahlan is another way to say hello, but not written that way) & Welcome as they wrote in Arabic reads Tarheeb

it's an Arabic Alphabet Table. Whenever I learn arabic, i'll be happy i pinned this

Arabic alphabet table

Beautiful And Mysterious Arabic Tattoos To Inspire You

Whether you are fond of the Arabic language or culture, or it is in your heritage, Arabic tattoos are a great way to convey your feelings in tattoo form.

Occupations/jobs in Arabic. Also, check the conversation and the audio to help you practice and learn more.

Occupations/jobs in Arabic. Also, chck the conversation and the audio to help you practice and learn more.

'Arabic Words Illustrated Based On Their Literal Meaning http://www.boredpanda.com/illustrating-arabic-words-into-their-meaning/

Arabic Words Illustrated Based On Their Literal Meaning

15 Beautiful Arabic Words That'll Make You Fall In Love With The Language

Guys I’m Arabic and this word isn’t as fancy and as meaningful as it sounds. Ala rasi means ‘anything for you’ but in a ‘my pleasure’ way. You thank a cashier, a complete stranger, and they say ‘ala rasi’.

This drawing shows where the sounds should come out from when you pronounce the Arabic letters.

arabicway: This drawing shows where the sounds should come out from when you pronounce the Arabic letters.

Meanwhile in a Berlin metro                                                                                                                                                                                 Mehr

Meanwhile in a Berlin metro

Meanwhile in a Berlin metro…. The text on the bag reads: “This text has no other purpose than to terrify those who are afraid of the Arabic language.” This photo was taken by : Nader Al-Sarras

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