"Shadi is a Syrian doctor."
Translation:شادي دُكتور سورِيّ.
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Thanks for asking this question, Ehsan_Mehmed. I had to look up what طبيب means to figure out the question and the response. Regarding KatieC's point--""Toubibe" is French slang for"doctor"--that's very helpful, too. I'm guessing it comes through the colonization of Algeria.
A lot of languages place the adjective (here Syrian) after the noun. E.g., Elle est médecin syrienne. Ella es una médica siria. È una dottoressa siriana. You will get used to it. The other language you are doing, German, puts the adjective before the noun. English is a Germanic language and so follows Deutsch.