Let's Talk Arabic. Unit 5. What do you do?

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exhausted
مُرْهَق
murhaq
tired
تَعبان
taAbaan
it seems/ it looks like
يَبْدو
yabduu
I work (verb)
أَعْمَل
'aAmal
work (noun)
العَمَل
alAamal
work (noun)
الشُّغل
ash-shughl
now
الآن
al'aan
little
قليلاَ
qaliilan
in / at
في
fii
translation
تَرْجَمَة
tarjama
but
لَكِن
laken
pardon / excuse me
عَفْوَاَ
Aafwan
permission
إِذْن
iThn
excuse me
بَعْد إِذْنك
baAd iThnek
lecture / presentaion
مُحاضَرَة
muHaaDara
God bless you! / get better
سلامَتك
salaamtak
possible to (polite request)
يُمْكِن أَن
yumken 'an
actually / in fact / in reality
في الحقيقة
fil Haqiiqa
reality
حقيقة
Haqeeqa
employee
مُوَظّف
muwaTH-THaf
I have
عِندي
Aendy
because of
بِسَبَب
be-sabab
business man
رَجُل أعمال
rajul 'aAmaal
Engineer
مُهَندس
muhandes
policeman
شُرطي
shurTy
doctor
طَبيب
Tabiib
photographer
مُصَوّر
muSaw-wer
a cook
طَبّاخ
tab-baakh
singer
مُطْرِب
muTreb
musician
موسيقار
musiiqaar
artist
رَسّام
ras-saam
player
لاعِب
laaAeb