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Explanation: It is the same in arabic or you can skip the final "e".
You should know thay if I have to write it with arabic letters, I will not write the "a" nor the "e" as vowells are not written in Arabic.
yacine Local time: 10:16 Native speaker of: Arabic, French PRO pts in pair: 51
Explanation: I assume your computer is correctly configured to display Arabic text. If not, let us know so we can help.
Transliteration of names is strictly phonetic. How the name is written in Arabic script depends on how it is pronounced. My suggestion above assumes that the name "Zade" rhymes with "fade". If not, then you will need to tell us how to pronounce it so we can help you write it in Arabic letters.