You have several ways to say tomorrow in Arabic:
The second phrase is a combination of yawm meaning ‘day’ and al-ghad ‘the morrow’.
If you wish to say ‘today’, you simply put the article al- at the beginning:
In many regions of the Arab world you will also hear bukra. This is used to refer to an event ‘in the future’ and not really ‘tomorrow’, as many Europeans would understand it. So if an Arab says he will do something bukra, it may mean he will do it some time in the future, but not necessarily today.
More more information and to learn some useful phrases please see Unit 5 of our Arabic online course which deals with the topic “discussing our plans”.
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