Arabic small talk

Some Arabic small talk phrases with audio examples.

The one thing we all have in common, regardless of where we come from or what language we speak, is that we always speak about the weather!

Its a great way to start a conversation with somebody you don’t really know. Arabic small talk is no different.

Read more about our essential arabic words and phrases here

 

يا له من يوم جميل

ya lahoo min yawmen jameel

What a beautiful day

إنها تمطر

innaha tomter

It is raining

الجو مشمس

aljawwo moshmess

It is sunny

الجو بارد

aljawwo baarid

It is cold

الجو حار

aljawwo haar

It is hot

الجو رطب

aljawwo ratb

It is humid

هل تظن أنها ستمطر؟

hal tathonno annaha satomter?

Do you think it will rain?

هل تظنين أنها ستمطر؟

hal tathonneena annaha satomter?

Do you think it will rain? (addressing female)

في بلدي ليس لدينا هذا!

fee baladee laysa ladayna haatha!

In my country we do not have this!

أحبه

ohebboh

I like it (addressing male “it”)

أحبها

ohebboha

I like it (addressing female “it”)

لا أحبه

la ohebboh

I don’t like it (addressing male “it”)

لا أحبها

la ohebboha

I don’t like it (addressing female “it”)

هل تحبه؟

hal tohebboh?

Do you like it? (addressing male for “you” and male for “it”)

هل تحبها؟

hal tohebboha?

Do you like it? (addressing male for “you” and female for “it””)

هل تحبينه؟

hal tohebbeenah?

Do you like it? (addressing male for “you” and female for “it”)

هل تحبينها؟

hal tohebbeenaha?

Do you like it? (addressing female for “you” and female for “it”)

هذه هدية لك

haathehee hadeyyaton lak

This is a gift for you (addressing male)

هذه هدية لكي

haathehee hadeyyaton lakee

This is a gift for you (addressing female)

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