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However, it is a beautiful and ancient language, with a colorful history, artwork of poetry, and lyrical music that will captivate any linguist.

Before getting too deep into the language however, let’s start off with the basics and the useful slang words that young Arabs use today.

um”, this word means someone is mentally blank or empty for those few seconds they can’t answer something.

” While it sounds a bit long in English, in Arabic it’s the perfect way to get your group of friends moving or in a good mood for an outing.

mashallah”; and by adding the word “mashallah” at the end they can affirm that they are trying to compliment without getting too overbearing or jealous.

A favorite word from young children to older grandparents, this word means “to finish”, but has the connotations of meaning “stop it”, “don’t try again”, “it’s over”, or “stop talking”.

For example if they lose a game or something similar, you will hear a lot of “ya rayyal” being said over and over again.

Used by friends to joke when someone is having a “brain fart”, or when they are stuck on something and can only say “um …

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