Doesn't 3afwan mean 'sorry' or 'excuse me'?
Ahlan is welcome?
Yes it means sorry.
اهلن وسهلن alhaln wasahlan means you are welcome
Yes, but ahlan wasahlan is used for "welcome" as in "You are welcome to my house. "3afwan" is used for "You are welcome" as a response to "thank you".
So, both excuse me and you are welcome ( giving answer for thanks ) are correct?
The hint is just "excuse me" and it accepts this answer, however the key words mode does not provide "excuse me" option, only "you are welcome".
I learned that 3afwan means "never mind" in the sense of "is wasnt that important what i did for you". Like " de nada" in portuguese or "de rien" in french.
For "you're welcome" there is another translation, anybody knows?!
On another thread someone says it comes from a sort of forgiveness - so you could be asking for forgiveness (sorry /excuse me) or giving forgiveness (de nada/you’re welcome).
3afwan means. Sorry.??? If I am not wrong
My answer is not accepted by this y
That absolutely makes no sense. If it means "excuse me" the correct solution can't be "you're welcome".
Why does the dropdown say "Excuse me" but the choices say "You're welcome"?
Those are not choices in the drop down. Just like in a dictionary, the drop down shows the different meanings of a word, you have to choose the correct one for the situation.
What's the yaa for?
yaa would translate to 'O', so this sentence would translate to 'You're welcome, O Umar'
It's mean "Hey Omar" It used for addressing
Oops i choose Oman instead of Omar...u tricked me!
I dont understand y welcome omer is wrong answer
Because Omar just said "Thank you" and you are responding "You're welcome". We only use the word "welcome" by its self when we are welcoming someone to a location.
I always thought 3afwan meant "excuse me". So it also means you're welcome?
3afwan or 3afwaan?
This is correct but not accepted
That's simply wrong! Were do people welcome you with عفوا ?
You’re right, عفوا does not mean “welcome” to my home.
The “You’re welcome” used in the answer is the polite thing you say in response when someone says “thank you”.