Lesson #2 - Say “You’re Welcome” in Arabic

December 7th, 2007

Learn Arabic travel phrases with SurvivalPhrases.com! A little Arabic can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, survivalphrases.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! Today we cover a high frequency Arabic phrase sure to be of use on your trip, travels or vacation to the Middle East or North Africa.

Today’s Survival Phrase is , العفو which means “you’re welcome” in Arabic. To learn more about Arabic culture and phrases, be sure to stop by SurvivalPhrases.com before you leave on your holiday!

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5 responses to “Say “You’re Welcome” in Arabic”

14 02 2008
Gabe Sha (14:09:00) :

I’m very glad to have these iTunes podcasts now even though I doubt I’ll be traveling to an Arabic country any time soon… :mrgreen:

19 02 2008
Mounia (21:02:29) :

Hi Gabe Sha,

Why not? Hopefully by the end of my lessons you’ll be convinced of visiting Morocco :smile:
Thanks for listening though.

2 10 2009
Oleg (16:44:19) :

Hello, Mounia.
Thanks for great podcast!
I’ve got a question: I’ve just returned from Egypt and while being there tried to use little arabic that locals had taught me a bit. Actually I’ve run on this podcast after mentioned trip to Egypt.
So every time I said ’shukran’ everyone answered ‘afwan’ - never heard “Alahafw”. But in this lesson you didn’t mentioned ‘awfan’ - why is it? Is it because of difference of moroccan and egyptian arabic or something else?

Oleg,
Russia

4 11 2009
colin (03:34:23) :

afwan i find in sharm is your welcome,

16 02 2011
Misty (17:21:12) :

I love these simple lessons! My arabic speaking customers love that I am trying to communicate with them in their native tongue!

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