Arabic Phrases


Arabic Phrases and Common Sentences

This page contains a video (Text & Audio) as well as a table below it discussing the following: Arabic phrases, expressions, Arabic conversation and idioms, words in Arabic, greetings, survival phrases.

You can pause the video any time and reply any part you like or didn't hear well. For the table below I used the blue font in some places in transliteration to distinguish between the female and male gender. Which is not that different from the masculine form, just an extra “i” or “a” …

The tick (‘) is for a sound like soundless “a” or a stop just to make closer to the real sound which doesn’t exist in English. You will be able to hear it many time in the video.

The “th” is sometimes pronounced as “th of that” and sometimes as “th of think”, I usually state how you should pronounce it.

There is a sharp “h” that is different from the regular “h”, however a person can be understood even if it’s pronounced as a regular “h”.

The video below contains the same text as the table below it, however the video contains audio as well, so that you will be able to hear the words and see how they're written.

 

 

Arabic Phrases

English Phrases

Arabic Transliterated Phrases

Arabic Script

Arabic Greetings:

 

 

Hi!

Salam!

سلام

Good Morning!

Sabah el kheer

صباح الخير

Good Evening!

Masaa el kheer

مساء الخير

Welcome! (to greet someone)

Marhaban

مرحبا

How Are You?

Kaifa haloka/ haloki ( female)

كيف حالك؟

I'm Fine, Thanks!

Ana bekhair, shokran!

أنا بخير شكرا

And You?

Wa ant? / Wa anti? (female)

و أنت؟

Good/ So-So.

Jayed/ 'aadee

جيد / عادي

Thank You (Very Much)!

Shokran (jazeelan)

شكرا (جزيلا)

You're Welcome! (for “thank you”)

Al’afw

ألعفو

Hey! Friend!

Ahlan sadiqi/ sadiqati! (female)

أهلا صديقي /صديقتي!

I Missed You So Much!

Eshtaqto elaika/ elaiki (female) katheeran

إشتقت إليك كثيرا

What's New?

Maljadeed?

مالجديد؟

Nothing Much

Lashai jadeed

لا شيء جديد

Good Night!

Tosbeho/ tosbeheena (female) ‘ala khair/

تصبح/ تصبحين على خير

See You Later!

Araka/ Araki (female) fi ma ba'd

أراك في مابعد

Good Bye!

Ma’a salama

مع السلامة

 

Help & Directions:

 

 

I'm Lost

Ada'tu tareeqi!

 أضعت طريقي!

Can I Help You?

Hal beemkani mosa’adatuk?

هل بإمكاني مساعدتك؟

Can You Help Me?

Hal beemkanek mosa’adati?

هل بإمكانك مساعدتي؟

Where is the (bathroom/ pharmacy)?

Ayna ajedu (al merhaad/ assaidaliah)?

أين أجد (المرحاض/ الصيدلية)؟

Go Straight! Then Turn Left/ Right!

imshy ala tool, thumma ‘arrij yaminan/ shimalan

أمشٍ على طول ثم عرّج يمينا/ شمالا!

I'm Looking For John.

Abhatu ‘an John

أبحث عن جون

One Moment Please!

Lahda men fadlek/ fadleki (female)

لحظة من فضلك

Hold On Please! (phone)

ibqa/ ibqay (female) ala al khat raja'an

إبقى/ أبقي علي الخط رجاءا!

How Much Is This?

Kam howa thamanoh? (th as in bath)

كم هو ثمنه؟

Excuse Me ...! ( to ask for something)

Men fathlek/ fathleki (female) (th as in that)

من فضلك

Excuse Me! ( to pass by)

Alma'derah!

المعذرة

Come With Me!

Ta'ala/ ta'alay (female) ma'ee!

تعال معي!

Personal Info:

 

 

Do You Speak (English/ Arabic)?

Hal tatakallamu alloghah alenjleziah/ alarabiah?

هل تتكلم اللغة الإنجليزية /العربية؟

Just a Little.

Qaleelan!

قليلا!

What's Your Name?

Ma esmouk? Ma esmouki?

ما إسمك؟

My Name Is ….

Esmee…

إسمي....

Mr. Mrs.…/ Miss…

Assayed…/ Assayeda…/ Al anesah ...

السيد... /السيدة/ الانسة...

Nice To Meet You!

Motasharefon/ motasharefatun (f) bema'refatek

متشرف / متشرفة بمعرفتك

You're Very Kind!

Anta lateef/ Anti lateefa

أنت لطيف! أنتِ لطيفة!

Where Are You From?

Men ayna anta/ anti (female)?

من أين أنت؟

I'm From (the U.S/ Morocco)

Ana men (amreeka/ almaghrib)

أنا من (أمريكا/ المغرب)

I’m (American)

Ana (amreeki/ amrekiah (female)

أنا أمريكي/أمريكية

Where Do You Live?

Ayna taskun?/ Ayna taskuneen? (female)

أين تسكن؟  أين تسكنين؟

I live in (the U.S/ France)

A'eesho fel welayat almotaheda/ faransa

أعيش في الولايات المتحدة/ فرنسا

Did You Like It Here?

Hal istamta'ta bewaqtika/ bewaqtiki (f) huna?

هل استمتعت بوقتك هنا؟

Morocco Is a Wonderful Country

Al maghrib baladun jameel!

المغرب بلد جميل!

What Do You Do For A Living?

Ma mehnatuk? Mehnatuki (female)

ما مهنتك؟

I Work As A (Translator/ Businessman)

A'mal ka(motarjim/ rajul a'maal)

أعمل كمترجم/ كرجل أعمال

I Like Arabic

Ohibbu allughah al arabia

أحب اللغة العربية

I've Been Learning Arabic For 1 Month

adrusu allughah al arabia mundu shahr

أدرس اللغة العربية منذ شهر

Oh! That's Good!

Hada shay'un Jameel

هذا شيء جميل

How Old Are You?

Kam howa umruk? umroki (female)

كم هو عمرك؟

I'm (twenty, thirty…) Years Old.

Umri ( 'eshreen/ thalatheen) sanah (th as in bath)

عمري (عشرين/ ثلاثين) سنة

I Have To Go

Yajebu an athhaba al aan! (th as in that)

يجب أن اذهب الآن

I Will Be Right Back!

Sa arje’o halan

سأرجع حالا

 

Wishes:

 

 

Good Luck!

Bettawfeeq

بالتوفيق!

Happy Birthday!

Eid meelad sa'eed!

عيد ميلاد سعيد

Happy New Year!

Sana sa'eedah!

سنة سعيدة

Merry Christmas!

A'yaad meelad Saeedah

أعياد ميلاد سعيد!

Happy Eid!

Eid mobarak!

عيد مبارك!

Happy Ramadan

Ramadan mobarak!

رمضان مبارك

Congratulations!

Mabrook!

مبروك!

Enjoy! (For meals…)

Shahia tayebah!

شهية طيبة

I'd Like To Visit Morocco One Day

Arghabu bezeyarat al maghrib.

أرغب بزيارة المغرب

Say Hi To John For me.

Sallem ‘ala John men ajlee

سلِّم على (جون) من أجلي

Bless you (when sneezing)

Rahimaka Allah

رحمك الله

Good Night & Sweet Dreams!

Laila sa'eda wa ahlaam ladida

ليلة سعيدة و أحلام لذيذة!

Misunderstanding:

 

 

I'm Sorry! (if you don't hear something)

‘Afwan!

عفوا!

Sorry (for a mistake)

Aasef!

أسف!

No Problem!

La moshkelah

لامشكلة

Can You Say It Again?

A’ed men fadlek!/ A’eedi men fadleki (fem)

أعد من فضلك

Can You Speak Slowly?

Takalam bebot’ men fadlek/ fadleki (fem)

تكلم ببطء من فضلك

Write It Down Please!

Oktobha men fadlek/ Oktobiha men fadleki (fem)

أكتبها من فضلك! / أكتبيها من فضلك!

I Don't Understand!

La afham!

لا أفهم

I Don't Know!

La a’ref!

لآ أعرف!

I Have No Idea.

La adri!

لاأدري

What's That Called In Arabic?

Ma esmoho bel arabiah?

ما أسمه بالعربية؟

What Does "qit" Mean In English?

Mada ta'ni kalemat "qit" bel inglizia?

ماذا تعني كلمة "قط" بالانجليزية؟

How Do You Say "Please" In Arabic?

Kaifa taqoulu kalimat "please" bel arabia?

كيف تقول كلمة "بليز" بالعربية؟

What Is This?

Ma hatha (th as in that)

ما هذا؟

My Arabic Is Bad.

Lughati al arabic laisat kama yajib

لغتي العربية ليست كما يجب

I need to practice my Arabic

Ahtaaju an atadarraba 'ala al arabia!

احتاج ان اتدرب على العربية

Don't Worry!

La taqlaq! La taqlaqi (fem)

لاتقلق/ لا تقلقي!

Arabic Expressions & Words:

 

 

Good/ Bad/ So-So.

Jayed/ saye'/ 'adee

جيد / سيء / عادي

Big/ Small

Kabeer/ Sagheer

كبير / صغير

Today/ Now

Alyawm/ Al aan

اليوم / الآن

Tomorrow/ Yesterday

Ghadan/ Albareha

غدا / البارحة

Yes/ No

Na’am/ Laa

نعم / لا

Here You Go! (when giving something)

Khod!

خد!

Do You Like It?

Hal a’jabak? Hal a’jabaki? (female)

هل أعجبك؟

I Really Like It!

A’jabani haqqan!

أعجبني حقا

I'm Hungry/ Thirsty.

Ana jae’/ ana ‘atshaan

أنا جائع/ أنا عطشان

In The Morning/ Evening/ At Night.

Sabahan/ masa’an/ laylan

صباحا/ مساءا/ ليلا

This/ That. Here/There

Hatha/ thalek. Huna/ hunaak (th as in that)

هذا /ذلك. هنا/هناك

Me/ You. Him/ Her.

Ana/ anta/ anti (you female). Houwa/ Hiya

أنا/ أنت. هو/ هي

Really!

Haqqan!

حقا!

Look!

Onzor / Onzori (female)

أنظر!  أنظري!

Hurry Up!

Asre'/ Asre'ee (female)

أسرع!  أسرعي!

What? Where?

Matha? Ayn? (th as in that)

ماذا؟ أين؟

What Time Is It?

kam essa'a?

كم الساعة؟

It's 10 o'clock. 07:30pm.

Enaha al 'ashera. Ennaha assaabe'a wa nesf.

إنها العاشرة. إنها السابعة و النصف مساءا

Give Me This!

A'teni hatheh! (th as in that)

أعطني هذه!

I Love You!

Uhibbok/ uhibboki (female)

أحبك

I Feel Sick.

ana mareed.

أنا مريض.

I Need A Doctor

ahtaju tabeeban!

أحتاج طبيبا!

One, Two, Three

wahed, ithnaan, thalatha (th as in think).

واحد, إثنان, ثلاثة

Four, Five, Six

arba'a, khamsa, sitta

أربعة, خمسة, ستة

Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten

sab'a, thamania (th as in think), tis'a, 'ashara.

سبعة, ثمانية, تسعة, عشرة




I used the blue font sometimes in transliteration to distinguish between the female and male gender, which is not that different from the masculine form, just an extra “i” or “a” …

The tick (‘) is for a sound like soundless “a” or a stop just to make closer to the real sound which doesn’t exist in English.

The “th” is sometimes pronounced as “th of that” and sometimes as “th of think”, I usually state how you should pronounce it.

There is a sharp “h” that is different from the regular “h”, however a person can be understood even if it’s pronounced as a regular “h”.

Important Arabic Phrases

Whether you’re learning Arabic for a trip or for a major career change, there are several key phrases that you’ll want to learn first. Print out the following list and study these words and phrases as a “crash course” to the Arabic language.

 

As with most languages, there are a number of basic Arabic phrases that can help you make your way in an Arabic-speaking country. If you’re considering a trip to one of these regions, you’ll want to study phrases that pertain to lodging, ordering a meal, directions, and asking for help. Some of the most important Arabic phrases to learn are:

Greetings and Goodbyes

Hi or Hello: Salam
Good Morning: Sabah el kheer
Good Bye: Salama
Good Night: Tosbeho khair (when speaking to a male)
Tosbeheena khair (when speaking to female)


General Conversation

How are you? Kaifa Haloki (female)
Kaifa Haloka (male)
Thank you: Shokran or Mushkoor
You’re welcome: Aafwaan
Can you help me? Hal Beemkanek mosa dati?
I’m sorry: Fwan (for not understanding something)
I’m sorry: Aasef (for making a mistake)
How much is this? Kam howa thamanoh?
I don’t understand: La afham
Do you speak English? Hal tatakallamu alloghah alenjleziah?
What is your name? Aysh ismuk
I don’t know: Ma adhri
Peace be upon you: Assalaam Alaikum
And peace be upon you: Wa Alaikum assalaam
I don’t speak Arabic: Ana la atakellem al arabi
I speak English: Atakullum inglieezi
Yes: Naam
Yeah/Ok: Aywa
No: La
Please: Min fudluk

Directions

Straight: Sida
Left: Yasar
Right: Yameen

This is only a small sampling of the Arabic words you may need to know if you plan to travel in an Arabic-speaking country. There are so many others that can be helpful, so you may want to consider learning as much as you can about the language before you travel. Learning Arabic isn’t easy, and you won’t learn it overnight. However, there are many resources available to help you learn the language correctly. You’ll just need to dedicate a specific amount of time each day to learning new words and phrases. One of the best ways to learn is through an online course, since you can easily access a lesson and pick up where you left off. There are also many courses that offer online lessons, as well as CDs or tapes that you can listen to while driving. Several of these courses also have textbooks and flashcards to help you learn.

Another good way to learn Arabic is to immerse yourself in the Arabic culture. If you travel to an Arabic country, you can find museum, schools, concerts, classes, and much more to help you learn the language. It’s much easier to learn the language when you hear Arabic spoken in context to something else. If you combine a great Arabic tutorial with an immersion program, you’ll learn the language quickly and correctly. However, be aware that there are slang phrases and words in any language. These can be difficult to pick up on if you don’t learn these words specifically.

Learning Arabic can help you in many areas of your life. If you’re traveling, you’ll be able to communicate with local people, ensuring a safe and pleasant trip. In addition, several companies hire individuals that are fluent in Arabic, because many counties that speak Arabic as their native language are quickly becoming important business centers throughout the world. Learning Arabic can open up a whole new career field for you – careers in finance, business, translation, and travel are always available to those who speak Arabic.




More Arabic Phrases

This page contains a table including the following: Arabic phrases, expressions and words in Arabic, conversation and idioms, Arabic greetings, and survival phrases. It also helps if you simply want to know what to say when chatting in Arabic!

Most of the sentences below are used for everyday life conversations, so they might come handy if you memorize them.

If you don't know how to say a word then check out our alphabet in Arabic page to get some help.

English Phrases Arabic Phrases
 
English Greetings Arabic Greetings:
Hi! Salam!   سلام
Good morning! Sabah el kheer   صباح الخير
Good evening! Masaa el kheer   مساء الخير
Welcome! (to greet someone) Marhaban   مرحبا
How are you? Kaifa haloka/ haloki ( female)   كيف حالك؟
I'm fine, thanks! Ana bekhair, shokran!   أنا بخير شكرا
And you? Wa ant? / Wa anti? (female)   و أنت؟
Good/ So-So. Jayed/ 'aadee   جيد / عادي
Thank you (very much)! Shokran (jazeelan)   (شكرا (جزيلا
You're welcome! (for "thank you") Al’afw   ألعفو
Hey! Friend! Ahlan sadiqi/ sadiqati! (female)   أهلا صديقي /صديقتي!
I missed you so much! Eshtaqto elaika/ elaiki (female) katheeran   إشتقت إليك كثيرا
What's new? Maljadeed?   مالجديد؟
Nothing much Lashai jadeed   لا شيء جديد
Good night! Tosbeho/ tosbeheena (female) ‘ala khair/   تصبح/ تصبحين على خير
See you later! Araka/ Araki (female) fi ma ba'd   أراك في مابعد
Good bye! Ma’a salama   مع السلامة
Asking for Help and Directions
I'm lost Ada'tu tareeqi!     أضعت طريقي! أضعت طريقي!
Can I help you? Hal beemkani mosa’adatuk?   هل بإمكاني مساعدتك؟
Can you help me? Hal beemkanek mosa’adati?   هل بإمكانك مساعدتي؟
Where is the (bathroom/ pharmacy)? Ayna ajedu (al merhaad/ assaidaliah)?   أين أجد (المرحاض/ الصيدلية)؟
Go straight! then turn left/ right! imshy ala tool, thumma ‘arrij yaminan/ shimalan
أمشٍ على طول ثم عرّج يمينا/ شمالا!
I'm looking for john. Abhatu ‘an John   أبحث عن جون
One moment please! Lahda men fadlek/ fadleki (female)   لحظة من فضلك
Hold on please! (phone) ibqa/ ibqay (female) ala al khat raja'an   إبقى/ أبقي علي الخط رجاءا!
How much is this? Kam howa thamanoh? (th as in bath)    كم هو ثمنه؟
Excuse me ...! (to ask for something) Men fathlek/ fathleki (female) (th as in that)   من فضلك
Excuse me! ( to pass by) Alma'derah   المعذرة
Come with me! Ta'ala/ ta'alay (female) ma'ee!   تعال معي!
How to Introduce Yourself
 
Do you speak (English/ Arabic)? Hal tatakallamu alloghah alenjleziah/ alarabiah?
هل تتكلم اللغة الإنجليزية /العربية؟
Just a little. Qaleelan!   قليلا!
What's your name? Ma esmouk? Ma esmouki?   ما إسمك؟
My name is ... Esmee…   إسمي....
Mr.../ Mrs.…/ Miss… Assayed…/ Assayeda…/ Al anesah ...   السيد... /السيدة/ الانسة...
Nice to meet you! Motasharefon/ motasharefatun (f) bema'refatek
متشرف / متشرفة بمعرفتك
You're very kind! Anta lateef/ Anti lateefa   أنت لطيف! أنتِ لطيفة!
Where are you from? Men ayna anta/ anti (female)?   من أين أنت؟
I'm from (the U.S/ Morocco) Ana men (amreeka/ almaghrib)   أنا من (أمريكا/ المغرب)
I'm (American) Ana (amreeki/ amrekiah (female)   أنا أمريكي/أمريكية
Where do you live? Ayna taskun?/ Ayna taskuneen? (female)   أين تسكن؟ أين تسكنين؟
I live in (the U.S/ France) A'eesho fel welayat almotaheda/ faransa
أعيش في الولايات المتحدة/ فرنسا
Did you like it here? Hal istamta'ta bewaqtika/ bewaqtiki (f) huna?   هل استمتعت بوقتك هنا؟
Morocco is a wonderful country Al maghrib baladun jameel!   المغرب بلد جميل!
What do you do for a living? Ma mehnatuk? Mehnatuki (female)   ما مهنتك؟
I work as a (translator/ businessman) A'mal ka(motarjim/ rajul a'maal)   أعمل كمترجم/ كرجل أعمال
I like Arabic Ohibbu allughah al arabia   أحب اللغة العربية
I've been learning Arabic for 1 month adrusu allughah al arabia mundu shahr   أدرس اللغة العربية منذ شهر
Oh! That's good! Hada shay'un Jameel   هذا شيء جميل
How old are you? Kam howa umruk? umroki (female)   كم هو عمرك؟
I'm (twenty, thirty...) years old. Umri ( 'eshreen/ thalatheen) sanah (th as in bath)
عمري (عشرين/ ثلاثين) سنة
I have to go Yajebu an athhaba al aan! (th as in that)   يجب أن اذهب الآن
I will be right back! Sa arje’o halan   سأرجع حالا
Wish Someone Something
Good luck! Bettawfeeq   بالتوفيق!
Happy birthday! Eid meelad sa'eed!   عيد ميلاد سعيد
Happy new year! Sana sa'eedah!   سنة سعيدة
Merry Christmas! A'yaad meelad Saeedah   أعياد ميلاد سعيد!
Happy Eid Eid mobarak!   عيد مبارك!
Happy Ramadan Ramadan mobarak!   رمضان مبارك
Congratulations! Mabrook!   مبروك!
Enjoy! (for meals...) Shahia tayebah!   شهية طيبة
I'd like to visit Iraq one day Arghabu bezeyarat al iraq.   أرغب بزيارة العراق
Say hi to John for me Sallem ‘ala John men ajlee   سلِّم على (جون) من أجلي
Bless you (when sneezing) Rahimaka Allah   رحمك الله
Good night and sweet dreams! Laila sa'eda wa ahlaam ladida   ليلة سعيدة و أحلام لذيذة!
Solving a Misunderstanding
I'm Sorry! (if you don't hear something) ‘Afwan!   !عفوا
Sorry (for a mistake) Aasef!   !أسف
No Problem! La moshkelah   لامشكلة
Can You Say It Again? A’ed men fadlek!/ A’eedi men fadleki (fem)   أعد من فضلك
Can You Speak Slowly? Takalam bebot’ men fadlek/ fadleki (fem)   تكلم ببطء من فضلك
Write It Down Please! Oktobha men fadlek/ Oktobiha men fadleki (fem)
أكتبها من فضلك! / أكتبيها من فضلك!
I Don't Understand! La afham!   !لا أفهم
I Don't Know! La a’ref!   !لآ أعرف
I Have No Idea. La adri!   لاأدري
What's That Called In Arabic? Ma esmoho bel arabiah?   ما أسمه بالعربية؟
What Does "gato" Mean In English? Mada ta'ni kalemat "qit" bel inglizia?   ماذا تعني كلمة "قط" بالانجليزية؟
How Do You Say "Please" In Arabic? Kaifa taqoulu kalimat "please" bel arabia?   كيف تقول كلمة "بليز" بالعربية؟
What Is This? Ma hatha (th as in that)   ما هذا؟
My Arabic is bad. Lughati al arabic laisat kama yajib   لغتي العربية ليست كما يجب
I need to practice my Arabic Ahtaaju an atadarraba 'ala al arabia!   احتاج ان اتدرب على العربية
Don't worry! La taqlaq! La taqlaqi (fem)   !لاتقلق/ لا تقلقي
Arabic Expressions and Words
Good/ Bad/ So-So. Jayed/ saye'/ 'adee   جيد / سيء / عادي
Big/ Small Kabeer/ Sagheer   كبير / صغير
Today/ Now Alyawm/ Al aan   اليوم / الآن
Tomorrow/ Yesterday Ghadan/ Albareha   غدا / البارحة غدا / البارحة
Yes/ No Na’am/ Laa   نعم / لا
Here you go! (when giving something) Khod!   !خد
Do you like it? Hal a’jabak? Hal a’jabaki? (female)   هل أعجبك؟
I really like it! A’jabani haqqan!   أعجبني حقا
I'm hungry/ thirsty. Ana jae’/ ana ‘atshaan   أنا جائع/ أنا عطشان
In The Morning/ Evening/ At Night. Sabahan/ masa’an/ laylan   صباحا/ مساءا/ ليلا
This/ That. Here/There Hatha/ thalek. Huna/ hunaak (th as in that)   هذا /ذلك. هنا/هناك
Me/ You. Him/ Her. Ana/ anta/ anti (you female). Houwa/ Hiya   أنا/ أنت. هو/ هي
Really! Haqqan   !حقا
Look! Onzor / Onzori (female)   !أنظر! أنظري
Hurry up! Asre'/ Asre'ee (female)   !أسرع! أسرعي
What? Where? Matha? Ayn? (th as in that)   ماذا؟ أين؟ ماذا؟ أين؟
What time is it? kam essa'a?   كم الساعة؟
It's 10 o'clock. 07:30pm. Enaha al 'ashera. Ennaha assaabe'a wa nesf.
إنها العاشرة. إنها السابعة و النصف مساءا
Give me this! A'teni hatheh! (th as in that)   !أعطني هذه
I love you! Uhibbok/ uhibboki (female)   أحبك
I feel sick. ana mareed.   .أنا مريض
I need a doctor ahtaju tabeeban!   !أحتاج طبيبا
One, Two, Three wahed, ithnaan, thalatha (th as in think).   واحد, إثنان, ثلاثة
Four, Five, Six arba'a, khamsa, sitta   أربعة, خمسة, ستة
Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten sab'a, thamania (th as in think), tis'a, 'ashara.
سبعة, ثمانية, تسعة, عشرة

You may have noticed the tick (‘) in some places, it is the equivalent of a soundless “a” or a brief stop, which is the closest sound to a letter which only exist in Arabic.

The “th” is sometimes pronounced as “th of that” and sometimes as “th of think”, I usually state how you should pronounce it.

In Arabic there are two types of "h", the sharp “h” and the regular "h", the sharp one is hard to pronounce for many foreigner however a person can be understood even the sharp "h" is pronounced as a regular "h".



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