Thank you in Arabic

Knowing how to be polite in Arabic is essential for any Arabic language learner. After today’s free lesson you’ll be able to say "thank you" in Arabic, "excuse me", "sorry", and use other polite Arabic expressions with confidence.

Saying "Thank you" in Arabic

Listen carefully to the Arabic pronunciation and practice saying the Arabic phrases aloud – you’ll have these mastered in no time!
بعد إذنك لو سمحت
Ba3d Iznak Law Sama7t
Excuse me please
انا زعلان عشانك
Ana Za3lan 3shank
I’m sorry about that
شكراً لمساعدتك
Shokran Li Mosa3ditak
Thanks for your help
شكراً جداً
Shokran Gidan
Thanks a lot
متشكر اوي
Motashakr Awi
Many thanks
El 3afo
You’re welcome
ده من زوقك
Da Min Zo2ak
That is very kind
يا طيبتك
Ya Tibtak
How kind of you
Whether you are travelling to a Arabic speaking country or simply interacting with Arabic people, acting in a courteous way will win you friends and gain you respect. Use all of the phrases above liberally, and you’ll find that people will treat you well. Good luck!


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