How Do I Say Thank You In Arabic?
How Do I Say Thank You In Arabic?

How Do I Say Thank You In Arabic?

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This is a tutorial for learning how to say "Thank You" in Arabic. After reading it, you will know how to properly thank someone or their parents in Arabic.

In Arabic, how can I say "thank you"? What I've Discovered During My Travels

I won't lie: I was quite pleased to write this essay because I enjoy discussing Arabic languages in general. So we're going to learn how to say thank you in Arabic today. That's because it's a really helpful phrase in any language you happen to know.

If you travel regularly to Arab nations or simply enjoy learning foreign languages in general, understanding the Arabic term for thank you can be really useful.

5 Ways To Say “Thank You” In Arabic

Here is how to say thank you in Arabic to any parent, elder, peers, or friends in 5 simple ways.

1. Shukran Lakum (شكرا لكم)

If you’ve ever been to an Arabic-speaking country, you’re probably aware that the people are incredibly gracious. I don’t mean simply nice. Oh, they’ll be nice. But being nice means nothing when you have nothing to say. So what do you say? You say “Shukran Lakum!” spelt as شكرا لكم. It simply translates to the English language as “Thank you”.

2. Shukran Jazilan Lak (شكرا جزيلا لك)

If you are looking for how to say “thank you very much” in Arabic in an emotional way, then the right way to say it is “Shukran Jazilan Lak“.

Get used to the pronunciation from pronounced slowly as “Shu-Kran Ja-Zi-Lan Lak”. Also spelt in Arabic as (شكرا جزيلا لك).

3. Milyun Shukran (مليون شكرا)

This is a very common Arabic word that translates into English as “Thanks a million”.

Instead of saying just thank you and leaving it from there, why not stress it a little bit further and be more emotional to truly express your gratitude to one’s good deeds?

Thanks a million in Arabic is also spelled as; Milyun Shukran (مليون شكرا).

4. Shukran Lak , ‘Ant Mudhashi! (شكرا لك ، أنت مدهش!)

Gratitudes always go with a complement such as you are amazing. It can only get a little bit further to understand simple Arabic words. To say “thank you, you are amazing!” in Arabic, you need to say: “Shu-Kran Lak, Ant Mud-Hashi“.

5. Shukran Lika. Yarhamuk Allah (شكرا لك. يرحمك الله)

This can be used in a formal and informal setting. If you want to be a beat religious about your appreciation, then you can add, “God Bless you” to your “thank you”.

In full, you can simply say, “Shu-Kran Lika” meaning thank you in this context while adding “Yar-hamuk Allah” which translates to “God bless you”.

All these 5 ways are quite a good way to say thank you.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you say thank you very much in Arabic?

To say “thank you very much” in Arabic in an emotional way, then the right way to say it is “Shukran Jazilan Lak“.

Get used to the pronunciation first which is pronounced slowly as “Shu-Kran Ja-Zi-Lan Lak”. Also spelt in Arabic as (شكرا جزيلا لك). When pronouncing it, you have to push out your lips and allow a little discharge of carbon dioxide. After, you need to open your mouth widely to pronounce “kran”.

What can I say instead of thanking you very much?

The following phrases can be used to say Thank you very much instead of using exact same thing.

  • Thanks in a million
  • Thanks, I’m grateful
  • I really appreciate you
  • Thank you, you are amazing
  • Thank you, you are awesome
  • Thank you so much
  • Thanks for your help
  • Thank you, God bless you

What is the Response to thank you in Arabic?

In Arabic countries, the most common way to respond to “thank you” is by saying “Ealaa Alrahb Walsaeati!” which means, “You’re welcome” in English.


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