September 25th, 2004, 07:31 PM
I have a littel question: what is "Happy birthday" in your language?
A friend has birthday and I'd like to write a card with this sentence in different languages.
September 25th, 2004, 07:44 PM
i've heard and read it somewhere: you have to make a difference between male and female
male: eid milaad saeed
female: kul sana wa inta tayeb
maybe soemone can write it in arabic :) i can't :lol:
beste grüße nach herschbach im westerwald, nur mal so nebenbei! ;) wenn wir schon beim thema sprachen sind ;)
September 25th, 2004, 07:54 PM
u got real close dubai lover...
you can use "Eid Milaad Saeed" for both male and female. Which means happy birthday.
or "Kul Sana ow Inta Tayeb" for male or "Kul Sana ow Inty Taybah" for females. This sort of means i hope your in good health each year.
September 25th, 2004, 08:30 PM
I think "Kul sana ow Inta Tayeb" is more of an egyptian phrase, whereas most other arabs say "Kul 'am wenta b'kheir".
Patrick just choose any one you like, they're all used equally as often. And what's with "YOUR language"? Sounds like you 're asking a bunch of aliens whose language you've never heard of before, OUR language has a name you know, ARABIC! :)
September 25th, 2004, 08:45 PM
thx you all :)
@ dubai-lover: hallo! :D beste grüße zurück nach öh Dubai oder nach Oehringen? Ach, einfach an beide Orte ;)
@ ahmedr: I wrote your language, because i posted this thread in other subforums, too. So I only had to copy & paste this one text :D