Do Arabs commonly use the phrase "سعيد نهارك"? I'm wondering if that's a commonly used phrase or just a literal translation in my vocabulary list. Please advise. Thanks!Ahh! I meant to write nahaarak saiid, but it looks like it got reversed when I switched from English to Arabic on my keyboard! Oops.
Aug 2, 2014 1:50 AM
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Salàm, It's not very common to use "نهارك سعيد" to greet people in the morning. The most common way to do that is by saying "صبـاح الخـيـر"
August 2, 2014
No, actually we not use this sentence at all.. We say نهارك سعيد or نهار سعيد سيد.... ( اسم شخص Name ) Good evening
August 2, 2014
It's a classical Arabic :) We don't use it anymore. If you want to great someone in the morning, you can simply say " Sabah elkhir " صباح الخير However, it's fantastic to know that phrase it will make you better than the other learners :) keep in your mind that " in learning Arabic, The more you know the more you feel you don't know " Best wishes :)
April 11, 2015
سَعِيدَةُ مُبَارَكَةٍ
March 20, 2015
السلام عليكم
August 29, 2014
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