Sister, here are some common words. Please refer to the link:
http://www.islamic-dictionary.com/ - Assalamu Alaikum
Grammar: greeting; two words;Peace be unto you. It is a shortened form of the grand greeting: Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh (Peace be unto you and so may the mercy of Allah and His blessings). The greeting is recommended to be only used between Muslims.
Wa Alaikum Assalam (Reply to the greeting)
(و عليكم السلام)
Grammar: word;When a Muslim is greeted with the word 'salam' or its variants, they should reply Wa Alaikum as-Salam - And upon you be peace.
Grammar: phrase; 2 words;Praise be to Allah. This phraze is said in thanks to God.
(إن شاء الله)
Grammar: phrase; 3 words;It could mean any one of the following variations: If Allah (God) wills; When Allah (God) wills; If Allah (God) wishes;
Grammar: phrase; 2 words;Glory be to Allah (God).
Grammar: acronym;SWT is an abbraviation of Subhanahu wa Ta'ala which means 'Glorious is He and He is Exalted' and it is placed after the name of God like so: Allah (SWT), as a sign of reverence.
Grammar: acronym;The PBUH acronym stands for Peace Be Upon Him/Her. It is the English version of (AS). It is usually written after the name of a Prophet.
And, behold, with every hardship comes ease:
Qur'an 94: 5