Learn Some Arabic
Start with the basics, if you can manage marhaba (hello), law samaht (please), shukran (thank you) and keefak (how are you for a man), keefk (how are you for a woman), it will show wiling and good manners. Beyond that – malish (is it okay), afwan (excuse me), wayn (where) and adesh (how much) are always useful. When you are feeling more ambitious, try the following - -andak (do you have), shmal (left) yamin (right), and dughri (straight on). To learn more Arabic, please make sure you get free copy of Stay it in Arabic –Basic Arabic for Jordan available at Aqaba Tourist Information Center.