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09:33 Aug 7, 2001
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: how are you
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Arabic translation:Wach rak?
Explanation:
There are many different ways to ask "How are you?" Arabic, depending on the context and the country you are in. Above is how you would ask the question in Algeria. However, here is a list of other translations:
(Middle East) [to man] Kif Haalak?
(Middle East) [to woman] Kif Haalik?
(Algeria) Wach rak?
(Egypt) [to a man] Izzayak?
(Egypt) [to a woman] Izzayik?
(Egypt) [to a group] Izzayukum?
(Egypt) [answer by a man] Kwayyis ilHamdu lillah
(Egypt) [answer by a woman] Kwaysa ilHamdu lillah
(Egypt) [answer by a group] Kwaysin ilHamdu lillah
(Egypt) Akhbaarak eh?
(Lebanon) Kif el sahha? (Morocco) Labas?
(Morocco) Kif Halek?
(Morocco) [answer] Labas, barak llahu fik
(Morocco) Kulshi bikhair?
(Morocco) [answer] Bikhayr lHamdu llah
(Morocco) [to man] Ki dayer? (Morocco) [to woman] Ki dayra?
(Morocco) [to a group of people] Ki dayrin?
(Morocco) [informal] Ash khbarak?
(Tunisia) [informal] Shnoowa hawaalik?
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na +2Wach rak?
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nawach rakeyacine


  

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38 mins peer agreement (net): +2
Wach rak?


Explanation:
There are many different ways to ask "How are you?" Arabic, depending on the context and the country you are in. Above is how you would ask the question in Algeria. However, here is a list of other translations:
(Middle East) [to man] Kif Haalak?
(Middle East) [to woman] Kif Haalik?
(Algeria) Wach rak?
(Egypt) [to a man] Izzayak?
(Egypt) [to a woman] Izzayik?
(Egypt) [to a group] Izzayukum?
(Egypt) [answer by a man] Kwayyis ilHamdu lillah
(Egypt) [answer by a woman] Kwaysa ilHamdu lillah
(Egypt) [answer by a group] Kwaysin ilHamdu lillah
(Egypt) Akhbaarak eh?
(Lebanon) Kif el sahha? (Morocco) Labas?
(Morocco) Kif Halek?
(Morocco) [answer] Labas, barak llahu fik
(Morocco) Kulshi bikhair?
(Morocco) [answer] Bikhayr lHamdu llah
(Morocco) [to man] Ki dayer? (Morocco) [to woman] Ki dayra?
(Morocco) [to a group of people] Ki dayrin?
(Morocco) [informal] Ash khbarak?
(Tunisia) [informal] Shnoowa hawaalik?



    Reference: http://www.elite.net/~runner/jennifers/hay.htm#A
Kateabc
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agree  DINA MOHAMED
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  -> Thanks Dina!

agree  ALWALEED: (gulf)a`esh loonk(male)
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1 day 2 hrs
wach rake


Explanation:
it is used in Algeria to a woman
Bear in mind that the letter a, e and i are not pronounced the same way, as you know, according to the previous country which colonised the Arabic countries
I hope it helps you.
My answer is only to be added to what Julia abc said to you before.
I hope it helps you.
Yacine.


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Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in FrenchFrench
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