I make Dhikr (Subhanallahi, al adheem, wa bihamdihi) 112 times morning and evening everyday. I am a non-native speaker who does not understand Arabic. I do understand what the above dhikr means, "Glorified is Allah, The Supreme, Praised is he" but as I say it, it is not clear what I am saying. Thus, I use English translation and Arabic in rounds. The English one has deeper impact on me as I understand what I am saying while the Arabic ones are more or less a mechanical process, with my full heart still.
Can dhikr be offered in English? Are they accepted? Apparently any form of dhikr should be accepted, nonetheless I would like to be enlightened.