Going out in Arabic
In this lesson we'll introduce some kinds of popular entertainment for going out in Arabic.
When it comes to entertainment in Arabic, many Arabic words are the same or very similar to those in English. CD, DVD, iPod, film and Cinema, are just a few examples. However, if you’re planning to catch a Arabic film or a show, or a quiet night in with Arabic TV, knowing these common words and phrases will help you join in the conversation with your Arabic-speaking friends.
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Let's talk about going out in Arabic
3ard El Film
الفيلم هيبتدي امتى؟
El Film Hayebtedi Imta?
At what time does the movie start?
في فيلم حلو على التليفريون بليل
Fi Film 7elw 3ala El Television Belil
There is a good movie on TV tonight
Bikam El Tazkara?
How much is the ticket?
هنروح المطعم بكره
Hanro7 El Mat3am Bokra
We will go to the restaurant tomorrow
Here are some key words referring to everyday entertainment:
El Malha El Laily
Now you're ready to have some fun!
Here are a few recommended Arabic lessons to try next!
- Talking about your health in Arabic.
- Break the ice by talking about your hobbies in Arabic.
- Fitting out an apartment in Egypt? Know how to pronounce your household appliances in Arabic.
!مع السلامة (Ma3a essalama!) Goodbye!
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