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Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Arabic Hotel Vocabulary and Arabic Phrases for Hotels


If you are traveling to a Arabic speaking country, some of the most basic Arabic phrases you will probably need to learn and pronounce first will be hotel related conversations. We've gathered and listed 30 useful Arabic sentences any traveler will find useful whether on vacation or a business trip.

Top 30 Useful Arabic Phrases for Hotel Conversations


English Arabic
Do you have a vacant room? أعندكم غرفة خالية؟‬ / 'aeindakum ghurfa kahliya?
I have booked a room. ‫لقد حجزت عندكم غرفة.‬ / Laqad hajazt aeindakum ghurfa.
I need a single room. ‫أحتاج لغرفة سرير واحد.‬ / 'ahtaj lighurfa sarir wahid.
I need a double room. ‫أحتاج لغرفة سريرين.‬ / 'ahtaj lighurfa sarirayn.
What does the room cost per night? ‫كم سعر الغرفة لليلة؟‬ / Kam siear alghurfa lillayla?
Can I see the room? ‫أيمكن أن أرى الغرفة؟‬ / 'ayumkin 'an 'ara alghurfa?
Fine, I’ll take the room. ‫جيد، أنا آخذ الغرفة.‬ / Jayid, ana a'akhoz alghurfa.
Here are the keys. هنا المفاتيح.‬ / Huna almafatih.
Here is my luggage. ‫هنا أمتعتي.‬ / Huna 'amtieaty.
What time do you serve breakfast? ‫متى يكون الإفطار؟‬ / Mata yakun al'iftar?
What time do you serve lunch? ‫متى يكون الغداء؟‬ / Mata yakun alghada'?
What time do you serve dinner? ‫متى يكون العشاء؟‬ / Mata yakun alaesha'?
The shower isn’t working. ‫الدُش لا يعمل.‬ / Aldosh la yaemal.
There is no warm water. ‫لا يوجد ماء ساخن.‬ / La yujad ma' sakhin.
Can you get it repaired? ‫أيمكنكم أن تكلفوا أحداً يصلحه؟‬ / 'ayumkinukum 'an tukalifou 'ahadan yusalihuha?
There is no telephone in the room. ‫لا يوجد تلفون في الغرفة.‬ / La yujad telephone fi alghurfa.
There is no TV in the room. ‫/ لا يوجد تلفزيون في الغرفة.‬ La yujad telefizion fi alghurfa.
The room has no balcony. لا يوجد شرفة للغرفة.‬ / La yujad shurfa lilghurfa.
The room is too noisy. ‫الغرفة صاخبة.‬ / Alghurfa sakhiba.
The room is too small. ‫الغرفة صغيرة جداً.‬ / Alghurfa saghira jidan.
The room is too dark. ‫الغرفة معتمة جداً.‬ / Alghurfa moeatima jidan.
The heater isn’t working. ‫التدفئة لا تعمل.‬ / Altadfe'ah la taemal.
The air-conditioning isn’t working. المكيف لا يعمل.‬ / Almukayef la yaemal.
The TV isn’t working. ‫التلفزيون متعطل.‬ / Altelefizion mutaeatel.
I don’t like that. ‫هذا لا يعجبني.‬ / Haza la yoeajibuny.
That’s too expensive. ‫السعر غالي جداً.‬ / Alsiear ghaly jidan.
Do you have anything cheaper? ‫أعندكم ما هو أرخص؟‬ / 'aeindakum ma hwa arkhas?
Is there a youth hostel nearby? ‫هل يوجد بيت شباب بالقرب من هنا؟‬ / Hal yujad bayt shabab bilqurb min huna?
Is there a bed and breakfast nearby? هل يوجد بنسيون بالقرب من هنا؟‬ / Hal yujad bansyon bilqurb min huna?
Is there a restaurant nearby? ‫هل يوجد مطعم بالقرب من هنا؟‬ / Hal yujad mataeam bilqurb min huna?

If you are an absolute beginner in learning Arabic, we recommend you bookmark or write down the phrases listed on this page. It may come in as highly useful once you check at your hotel.

If you want to further improve your Arabic vocabulary, start learning Arabic using a professional language learning platform available both as a web-app but also installed on your mobile device.

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Months of the year in Arabic


One of the essential words in any vocabulary are the months of the year. Together with the days of the week, numbers and the colors make up the building blocks of learning any new language. Learning the months in Arabic represent the first steps towards achieving the beginner level. Repeat and practice the translations from English until you assimilate them by heart.

Months of the year in Arabic: English to Arabic translation


English Arabic
January ‫يناير‬ / Yanayir.
February ‫فبراير‬ / Febrayer.
March ‫مارس‬ / Maris.
April ‫أبريل‬ / Apreel
May ‫مايو‬ / Mayo.
June ‫يونيو‬ / Yunyo.
July ‫يوليو‬ / Yulyo.
August أغسطس‬ / Aghustus.
September ‫سبتمبر‬ / September.
October ‫أكتوبر‬ / October.
November ‫نوفمبر‬ / November.
December ‫ديسمبر‬ / December.
Months ‫الشهور‬ / Alshuhour.
These are six months. ‫هذه ستة أشهر.‬ / Hazih sitat 'ashhur.

If you are an absolute beginner in learning Arabic, we recommend you bookmark or write down the Arabic months of the year listed on this page. If you want to improve your Arabic vocabulary farther, start learning Arabic using a professional language learning platform available both as a web-app but also that can be installed on your mobile device.

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Colors in Arabic


One of the essential words in any vocabulary are the colors. Together with the days of the week, months of the year and numbers make up the building blocks of learning any new language. Learning the colors in Arabic represent the first steps towards achieving the beginner level. Repeat and practice the translations from English until you assimilate them by heart.

Colors in Arabic: English to Arabic translation


English Arabic
black أسود / aswad
blue أزرق / azraq
brown بنى / bonyy
colour لون / lawn
cyan أزرق سماوي / azraq samawi
green أخضر / akhdar
grey رمادى / ramady
orange برتقالى / burtuqaly
pink وردي / waraddi
red أحمر / ahmar
violet بنفسجي / banfsaji
white أبيض / abyad
yellow أصفر / asfar

If you are an absolute beginner in learning Arabic, we recommend you bookmark or write down the colors in Arabic listed on this page. If you want to improve your Arabic vocabulary further, start learning Arabic using a professional language learning platform available both as a web-app but also that can be installed on your mobile device.
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