How To Say water in Sudan

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Traveling to or studying in Sudan, it can be useful to learn how to say and pronounce Dining Basics,Drinks words such as water. Located in Sub-Saharan Africa, Sudan has a population of 34,318,385 (2011) consisting of 49% female (2011) and sees the arrival of 420,000 (2009) tourists a year. In Sudan, they speak Arabic and English. SpeakSheets offers our Lifetime Members printable and downloadable language one-sheets with no monthly costs ever, guaranteed. With more than 17 languages covering over 2.3 billion people worldwide, we can help make your travels to Sudan and beyond even more fun!

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 Since a national language of Sudan is English, you should do fine just saying "water "
In case you are traveling to other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa or elsewhere in the world, here are some more helpful words from our Sudan Dining Basics,Drinks category: ...a glass of...a liter of...beer...red/white winebottled watercarbonated watercoffee / teahot waterno icewater… a bottle of….house wine

We provide translations for these phrases and over 200 more and growing. We guarantee our language sheets are best on the web. Here's how to say water in Arabic for your trip to Sudan :

To say water in Arabic : Maa'
Pronounce it: "maah "

Some more helpful words in our Arabic Dining Basics,Drinks category:
...a glass of – Kub men…  (kub men )
...a liter of – letr men…  (letr men )
...beer – Bera  (be ra )
...red/white wine – Al Nebeeth Ahmar / Abyad...  (al na beez ah mar / ab yad )
beer / wine – Bera / Nebeeth  (be ra / ne beeth )
beverage – Al Mashrobaat  (al mash ro baat )
bottled water – Meyah Mo'aba'a  (me yah mo ha ba ha )
business hours – Sa'ar El 'mal  (sa hat el amal )
carbonated water – Meyah Ghazeya  (me yah gha ze ya )
casual restaurant – Mat'am  (mat ham )
check – Check  (shek )
coffee / tea – Kahwa / Shay  (kah wa / shay )
grocery store – Mahal Beqala  (ma hal be ka la )
hot water – Ma' Sakhen  (maah sa ken )
marketplace – Souq  (souk )
menu – Qa'emat Ta'am  (ka emat ta ham )
no ice – La Galeed  (la ga leed )
service charge – Resoom El Khedma  (re soom el ked ma )
table for two – Tawela le shakhsayn  (ta we la le shak sayen )
tip – Baqsheesh/Tips  (Bak sheesh / tips )
water – Maa'  (maah )
… a bottle of – Zugaga men…  (zu ga ga men )
….house wine – Al Nabeez Al Manzele  (al na beez al man ze le )
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Sudan
Overview: Located in Sub-Saharan Africa, the official name of Sudan is Republic of the Sudan. The population is 34,318,385 (2011), of which 39.7926 (2011) residents are under the age of 15. The income share held by highest 10% is 26.72 (2009), while the lowest 10% hold 2.74 (2009) of the income share. There are 10.16 (2008) internet users per 100 people, 8,480,157.14 (2011) internet users total. 420,000 (2009) tourists arrive each year, bringing in 1,116,000,000 (2010) in annual revenue.
Population: 34,318,385 (2011)
Languages: Arabic and English
Currency: Sudanese pound
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