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Gave a few alternatives which helped a lot.. Thank you
It might be helpfull sometimes to put an emphasis mark or something to help us Laymans promounce some of them...lol.. Thanks again 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
Explanation: "Good morning" would be SABAH AL-KHAIR, but from my experience with my 5 1/2 year-old daughter, I know that is too much for a child, especially without constant first hand exposure to authentic Arabic pronuncition from early age (less than 8 months old).
SALAM is so much easier to say, and quite commonly used by Saudi Arabians as an all-purpose greeting. Perhaps the boy can then teach your daughter a few more phrases. Let us know what happens.