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Arabic translation: marhaba habibatee, kayfa hallukee alyawma.

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09:41 Jun 21, 2001
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: hello, how are you today, my love
hi
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Arabic translation:marhaba habibatee, kayfa hallukee alyawma.
Explanation:
hello: marhaban مرحبا
or: marhaba مرحبا
how are you today: (to a female) kayfa hallukee alyawma
كيف حالك اليوم
my love: ya habibatee يا حبيبتي
the whole sentence:
marhaba, kayfa hallukee alyawma ya habibatee.
مرحبا، كيف حالك اليوم يا حبيبتي
I'd rather say:
marhaba ya habibatee, kayfa hallukee alyawma
مرحبا يا حبيبتي كيف حالك اليوم
or:
marhaba habibatee, kayfa hallukee alyawma.
مرحبا حبيبتي كيف حالك اليوم
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Raghad
Local time: 06:58
Grading comment
ye, it is ver good
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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Summary of answers provided
naSee previous answers.Fuad Yahya
namarhaba habibatee, kayfa hallukee alyawma.Raghad


  

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marhaba habibatee, kayfa hallukee alyawma.


Explanation:
hello: marhaban مرحبا
or: marhaba مرحبا
how are you today: (to a female) kayfa hallukee alyawma
كيف حالك اليوم
my love: ya habibatee يا حبيبتي
the whole sentence:
marhaba, kayfa hallukee alyawma ya habibatee.
مرحبا، كيف حالك اليوم يا حبيبتي
I'd rather say:
marhaba ya habibatee, kayfa hallukee alyawma
مرحبا يا حبيبتي كيف حالك اليوم
or:
marhaba habibatee, kayfa hallukee alyawma.
مرحبا حبيبتي كيف حالك اليوم

Raghad
Local time: 06:58
PRO pts in pair: 160
Grading comment
ye, it is ver good

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AhmedAMS
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1 day 6 hrs
See previous answers.


Explanation:
The expressions “hello,” “how are you,” and “my love” are among the most frequently posted expressions under the English>Arabic language pair. Here are links to previous answers:

Hello: http://www.proz.com/v3/index.php3?sp=h&sid=&id=22023&keyword...

How are you: http://www.proz.com/v3/index.php3?sp=h&sid=&id=49579&keyword...

My love: http://www.proz.com/v3/index.php3?sp=h&sid=&id=54393&keyword...

Fuad

Fuad Yahya
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 7167

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AhmedAMS: 3
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