Ana Sa\'eed b\'mqabulatikum! Min wane a\'alemt lugat Alla?
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15:15 May 9, 2001
Arabic to English translations [Non-PRO]
Arabic term or phrase:Ana Sa\'eed b\'mqabulatikum! Min wane a\'alemt lugat Alla?
I am happy to meet you, from where did you learn Allah's Language?
Explanation: 1. The pronoun 'you' in the Arabic context, even though it is a plural pronoun, in Arabic it can be used as a sign of respect to the person you're addressing.
2. 'Allah's language': I think the sayer is referring to "the Arabic Language" as it is the language of the Quran, the wholy book of the Muslims, revealed by Allah (God) to his prophet Muhammad. Arabic in most cases is referred to as the 'language of the Quran'.
Basic Arabic knowlege
Mona Helal Local time: 00:01 Native speaker of: Arabic, English PRO pts in pair: 553