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The most Arabic vocabularies and phrases used at the restaurant

To learn Arabic, you have to collect and save the most used words on notebook then to practice and speak with these words.

If you are existing in Arabic country such Dubai, you have to start with words that you use in daily actions as work, restaurants ….

Imagine how much better it will be if you can order in a restaurant in Arabic!

You will learn basic arabic conversation for beginners in this article so that you may place your own orders in restaurants.

A nice way to make an order at the restaurant or request for anything is to use the form:

Can I have…, please? In Arabic this is equivalent to :mumkin…itha samaht? Let’s try some sentences and see how it works:

1. Can I have water please? mumkin maaitha samaht?

2. Can I have a table please? mumkin taawila itha samaht?

Restaurant

MaT3am

مطعم

Table

Taawila

طاولة

Salad

SalaTa

سلطة

Salt

Milh

ملح

Sugar

Sukkar

سكَّر

Rice

Ruz

رز

Tea

Shai

شاي

Thank you!

Shukran!

شك

Thirsty

3atshaan/a

عَطشان

Tomato

Bandora (TamaTim)

بندورة

Vegetables

KhuDaar

خضار

Water

Maa

ماء

Meat

Lahm

لحم

Milk

Haleeb

حليب

Lunch

Ghadaa

غداء

Lemon

Laimoon

ليمون

Knife

Sikkeen

سكين

Juice

3aseer

عصير

Ice

Thalj

ثلج

I want

Oreed

أُريد

I order

ATlub

أطلُب

I prefer

Ufaddel

أفضل

I eat

Aakul

آكل

I drink

Ashrab

أشرب

Hungry

Joo3aan/a

جوعان

Garlic

Thoom

ثوم

Fruits

Fawakih

فواكه

Fork

Shawka

شوكة

dinner

3ashaa

عشاء

Cup

Kaasa

كاسة

Cucumber

Khiyaar

خيار

Coffee

Qahwa

قهوة

Chicken

Dajaj

دجاج

Cheese

Jubna

جُبنة

Cafe

maQha

مقهى

Banana

Mawz

موز

More Arabic phrases you will learn when you join Mezan Institute in Dubai and enrol the Arabic languagecourses.

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