Business Arabic & Writing Letters in Arabic
Updated: Aug 4, 2020
A guide and steps for writing letters and emails in Arabic language.
Plus some key office and business vocabulary.
There are several differences in writing business or administrative letters in Arabic, when compared to English, such as in the salutations and greetings. There is also a strong focus on courtesy and showing respect. Below is a concise guide (CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF FILE FOR FREE):
Some important office and work vocabulary and phrases.
This is a common Arabic phrase used when starting a new project, wishing someone luck on their exam for example, announcing news, or even signing a contract. تَوْفيق= noun: attunement; bringing into agreement or harmony; harmonization; reconciliation... وليّ = noun: protector; sponsor;supporter.. Synonym = نَصير اللهُ وليُّك = God is your protector/ God be with you.
"وَمَا تَوْفِيقِي إِلَّا بِاللَّهِ ۚ عَلَيْهِ تَوَكَّلْتُ وَإِلَيْهِ أُنِيبُ" [wamā tawfeeqee illā biAllāhi AAalayhi tawakkaltu wailayhi oneebu] (11:88) Quran Surah Hud 88; Sahih International English Translation .And my success is not but through Allah. Upon him I have relied, and to Him I return
Some job searching vocabulary:
Also, for a video with very important action verbs and phrases about office and work routine in Arabic, watch:
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