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Arabic translation: Hal Anta (Anti) Masri (Masriyah)?

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English term or phrase:are you from Egypt ?
Arabic translation:Hal Anta (Anti) Masri (Masriyah)?
Entered by: Mona Helal
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06:31 Jan 4, 2001
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: are you from Egypt ?
are you an Egytian ?
ralph
Hal Anta (Anti) Masri (Masriyah)?
Explanation:
The words between brackets in the above, are for female gender.
You can alternatively say:
Hal Anta (Anti) Min Masr/Misr?
or, informally:
Inta (Inti) Masri (Masriyah)?
Inta (Inti) min Masr/Misr?
Egypt is Arabic could be prounounce either Masr or Misr.
HTH
Mona
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Hal Anta (Anti) Masri (Masriyah)?


Explanation:
The words between brackets in the above, are for female gender.
You can alternatively say:
Hal Anta (Anti) Min Masr/Misr?
or, informally:
Inta (Inti) Masri (Masriyah)?
Inta (Inti) min Masr/Misr?
Egypt is Arabic could be prounounce either Masr or Misr.
HTH
Mona

Mona Helal
Local time: 04:26
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