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en Around the house   »   ar ‫فى البيت / في المنزل‬

17 [seventeen]

Around the house

Around the house

‫17 [سبعة عشر]‬

17 [sbaeat eashr]

‫فى البيت / في المنزل‬

[faa albayt / fi almanzil]

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Our house is here. ‫----ب-تنا.‬ ‫هذا بيتنا.‬ ‫-ذ- ب-ت-ا-‬ ------------ ‫هذا بيتنا.‬ 0
hd-a-b-y--na. hdha baytana. h-h- b-y-a-a- ------------- hdha baytana.
The roof is on top. ‫-لس----ي-ا----ى.‬ ‫السقف في الاعلى.‬ ‫-ل-ق- ف- ا-ا-ل-.- ------------------ ‫السقف في الاعلى.‬ 0
a---------laela-. alsqf fi alaelaa. a-s-f f- a-a-l-a- ----------------- alsqf fi alaelaa.
The basement is below. ‫--ق---ف- -لاس--.‬ ‫القبو في الاسفل.‬ ‫-ل-ب- ف- ا-ا-ف-.- ------------------ ‫القبو في الاسفل.‬ 0
alqa-u ----l-sfi-. alqabu fi alasfil. a-q-b- f- a-a-f-l- ------------------ alqabu fi alasfil.
There is a garden behind the house. ‫خ------ن-- ح---ة-‬ ‫خلف المنزل حديقة.‬ ‫-ل- ا-م-ز- ح-ي-ة-‬ ------------------- ‫خلف المنزل حديقة.‬ 0
k--i- a-m-n-il -adi-q-t-. khlif almanzil hadiyqata. k-l-f a-m-n-i- h-d-y-a-a- ------------------------- khlif almanzil hadiyqata.
There is no street in front of the house. ‫لا يمر-ش-ر--أم-م -لم---.‬ ‫لا يمر شارع أمام المنزل.‬ ‫-ا ي-ر ش-ر- أ-ا- ا-م-ز-.- -------------------------- ‫لا يمر شارع أمام المنزل.‬ 0
la y-muru-----ie-----m -lm-n-a-. la yamuru sharie 'amam almanzal. l- y-m-r- s-a-i- '-m-m a-m-n-a-. -------------------------------- la yamuru sharie 'amam almanzal.
There are trees next to the house. ‫-ناك-أشج----ج--ر -لمن---‬ ‫هناك أشجار بجوار المنزل.‬ ‫-ن-ك أ-ج-ر ب-و-ر ا-م-ز-.- -------------------------- ‫هناك أشجار بجوار المنزل.‬ 0
hn-k-'as-j----i-iwa--alm-n---. hnak 'ashjar bijiwar almanzal. h-a- '-s-j-r b-j-w-r a-m-n-a-. ------------------------------ hnak 'ashjar bijiwar almanzal.
My apartment is here. ‫هذه-هي ---ي-‬ ‫هذه هي شقتي.‬ ‫-ذ- ه- ش-ت-.- -------------- ‫هذه هي شقتي.‬ 0
hdh---hi s--qty. hdhih hi shaqty. h-h-h h- s-a-t-. ---------------- hdhih hi shaqty.
The kitchen and bathroom are here. ‫و--ا-ا-مطب--و---م---‬ ‫وهنا المطبخ والحمام.‬ ‫-ه-ا ا-م-ب- و-ل-م-م-‬ ---------------------- ‫وهنا المطبخ والحمام.‬ 0
wh-n-- a-muta-a-- walh-m-am-. whunaa almutabakh walhamaama. w-u-a- a-m-t-b-k- w-l-a-a-m-. ----------------------------- whunaa almutabakh walhamaama.
The living room and bedroom are there. ‫هناك غ-فة-ا----س-ا--ع-شة)---ر---الن-م.‬ ‫هناك غرفة الجلوس(المعيشة) وغرفة النوم.‬ ‫-ن-ك غ-ف- ا-ج-و-(-ل-ع-ش-) و-ر-ة ا-ن-م-‬ ---------------------------------------- ‫هناك غرفة الجلوس(المعيشة) وغرفة النوم.‬ 0
h-a--ghu-f-t-al--l--a(-l-ieishat-- wag-----t a-----a. hnak ghurfat aljulusa(almieishata) waghurfat alnuwma. h-a- g-u-f-t a-j-l-s-(-l-i-i-h-t-) w-g-u-f-t a-n-w-a- ----------------------------------------------------- hnak ghurfat aljulusa(almieishata) waghurfat alnuwma.
The front door is closed. ‫باب-ا--نز- مغ-ق.‬ ‫باب المنزل مغلق.‬ ‫-ا- ا-م-ز- م-ل-.- ------------------ ‫باب المنزل مغلق.‬ 0
b-b-alm-n-il--u---aqa. bab almanzil mughlaqa. b-b a-m-n-i- m-g-l-q-. ---------------------- bab almanzil mughlaqa.
But the windows are open. ‫-كن--ل-و-فذ--فت-حة-‬ ‫لكن النوافذ مفتوحة.‬ ‫-ك- ا-ن-ا-ذ م-ت-ح-.- --------------------- ‫لكن النوافذ مفتوحة.‬ 0
lku-a --naw-f-d--maf-a----a-. lkuna alnawafidh maftawhatan. l-u-a a-n-w-f-d- m-f-a-h-t-n- ----------------------------- lkuna alnawafidh maftawhatan.
It is hot today. ‫-ليو- ---و--ا-.‬ ‫اليوم الجو حار.‬ ‫-ل-و- ا-ج- ح-ر-‬ ----------------- ‫اليوم الجو حار.‬ 0
a-iaw--al--w- h--. aliawm aljawi har. a-i-w- a-j-w- h-r- ------------------ aliawm aljawi har.
We are going to the living room. ‫نذهب --آن-إ-ى غر-ة ا-جلوس.‬ ‫نذهب الآن إلى غرفة الجلوس.‬ ‫-ذ-ب ا-آ- إ-ى غ-ف- ا-ج-و-.- ---------------------------- ‫نذهب الآن إلى غرفة الجلوس.‬ 0
n-dhah-b-a-an 'ii-a--g-u--a--al----s-. nadhahab alan 'iilaa ghurfat aljulusa. n-d-a-a- a-a- '-i-a- g-u-f-t a-j-l-s-. -------------------------------------- nadhahab alan 'iilaa ghurfat aljulusa.
There is a sofa and an armchair there. ‫-ن---اريك--وك-ب--‬ ‫هناك اريكة وكنبة.‬ ‫-ن-ك ا-ي-ة و-ن-ة-‬ ------------------- ‫هناك اريكة وكنبة.‬ 0
h-----r--k-t ----n-at-. hnak aryikat wakanbata. h-a- a-y-k-t w-k-n-a-a- ----------------------- hnak aryikat wakanbata.
Please, sit down! ‫تف-ل -ا-----!‬ ‫تفضل بالجلوس!‬ ‫-ف-ل ب-ل-ل-س-‬ --------------- ‫تفضل بالجلوس!‬ 0
ta--d-l bi-ljul--! tafadil bialjulus! t-f-d-l b-a-j-l-s- ------------------ tafadil bialjulus!
My computer is there. ‫--ا--ح-سوبي-‬ ‫هناك حاسوبي.‬ ‫-ن-ك ح-س-ب-.- -------------- ‫هناك حاسوبي.‬ 0
hn-- -asu-i. hnak hasubi. h-a- h-s-b-. ------------ hnak hasubi.
My stereo is there. ‫هن-ك معدا---ا-سم-ية.‬ ‫هناك معداتي السمعية.‬ ‫-ن-ك م-د-ت- ا-س-ع-ة-‬ ---------------------- ‫هناك معداتي السمعية.‬ 0
h--- m-----i als-mei-t. hnak muedati alsameiat. h-a- m-e-a-i a-s-m-i-t- ----------------------- hnak muedati alsameiat.
The TV set is brand new. ‫--از -ل---ا- --يد-‬ ‫جهاز التلفاز جديد.‬ ‫-ه-ز ا-ت-ف-ز ج-ي-.- -------------------- ‫جهاز التلفاز جديد.‬ 0
i-h-z--lti---z--adida. ijhaz altilfaz jadida. i-h-z a-t-l-a- j-d-d-. ---------------------- ijhaz altilfaz jadida.

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