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26 [twenty-six]

In nature

In nature

‫26 [ستة وعشرون]‬

26 [stat waeashruna]

‫في الطبيعة‬

[fi altabieat]

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Do you see the tower there? ‫--ر- --ك-البرج؟‬ ‫أترى ذلك البرج؟‬ ‫-ت-ى ذ-ك ا-ب-ج-‬ ----------------- ‫أترى ذلك البرج؟‬ 0
i-ta-a---hl- a-b--? iataraa dhlk albrj? i-t-r-a d-l- a-b-j- ------------------- iataraa dhlk albrj?
Do you see the mountain there? ‫-ت-- -ل- الج--؟‬ ‫أترى ذلك الجبل؟‬ ‫-ت-ى ذ-ك ا-ج-ل-‬ ----------------- ‫أترى ذلك الجبل؟‬ 0
iat-r---dhl- al-ub-? iataraa dhlk aljubl? i-t-r-a d-l- a-j-b-? -------------------- iataraa dhlk aljubl?
Do you see the village there? ‫---ى------ل-ر---‬ ‫أترى تلك القرية؟‬ ‫-ت-ى ت-ك ا-ق-ي-؟- ------------------ ‫أترى تلك القرية؟‬ 0
ata--a-t-lk a-qa--y--a? ataraa tilk alqariyata? a-a-a- t-l- a-q-r-y-t-? ----------------------- ataraa tilk alqariyata?
Do you see the river there? ‫أترى-ذ-ك الن--؟‬ ‫أترى ذلك النهر؟‬ ‫-ت-ى ذ-ك ا-ن-ر-‬ ----------------- ‫أترى ذلك النهر؟‬ 0
atara- -hl- -l-----? ataraa dhlk alnahra? a-a-a- d-l- a-n-h-a- -------------------- ataraa dhlk alnahra?
Do you see the bridge there? ‫-ت-ى --ك-ال--ر-‬ ‫أترى ذلك الجسر؟‬ ‫-ت-ى ذ-ك ا-ج-ر-‬ ----------------- ‫أترى ذلك الجسر؟‬ 0
ata--- d--k -ljsr? ataraa dhlk aljsr? a-a-a- d-l- a-j-r- ------------------ ataraa dhlk aljsr?
Do you see the lake there? ‫أ--ى---ك -لبحير-؟‬ ‫أترى تلك البحيرة؟‬ ‫-ت-ى ت-ك ا-ب-ي-ة-‬ ------------------- ‫أترى تلك البحيرة؟‬ 0
a--r----il- alb-hyrat? ataraa tilk albahyrat? a-a-a- t-l- a-b-h-r-t- ---------------------- ataraa tilk albahyrat?
I like that bird. ‫-ع-بني ذل--ا----.‬ ‫يعجبني ذلك الطير.‬ ‫-ع-ب-ي ذ-ك ا-ط-ر-‬ ------------------- ‫يعجبني ذلك الطير.‬ 0
yea------ ---k-a-tay-a. yeajibani dhlk altayra. y-a-i-a-i d-l- a-t-y-a- ----------------------- yeajibani dhlk altayra.
I like that tree. ‫ت---ني--ل- ---ج--.‬ ‫تعجبني تلك الشجرة.‬ ‫-ع-ب-ي ت-ك ا-ش-ر-.- -------------------- ‫تعجبني تلك الشجرة.‬ 0
i-ej---n- -i-- a-s----a-a. itejabani tilk alshajrata. i-e-a-a-i t-l- a-s-a-r-t-. -------------------------- itejabani tilk alshajrata.
I like this stone. ‫-عجبن- --------ر-.‬ ‫تعجبني هذه الصخرة.‬ ‫-ع-ب-ي ه-ه ا-ص-ر-.- -------------------- ‫تعجبني هذه الصخرة.‬ 0
t-j-b------dh-- al---h---a. tejibuni hadhih alsakhrata. t-j-b-n- h-d-i- a-s-k-r-t-. --------------------------- tejibuni hadhih alsakhrata.
I like that park. ‫ي--ب---ذ-- ال--تز--‬ ‫يعجبني ذلك المنتزه.‬ ‫-ع-ب-ي ذ-ك ا-م-ت-ه-‬ --------------------- ‫يعجبني ذلك المنتزه.‬ 0
y-ajiba-i d-l--a-mun--zih. yeajibani dhlk almuntazih. y-a-i-a-i d-l- a-m-n-a-i-. -------------------------- yeajibani dhlk almuntazih.
I like that garden. ‫-------ت-ك-ال-د-ق-.‬ ‫تعجبني تلك الحديقة.‬ ‫-ع-ب-ي ت-ك ا-ح-ي-ة-‬ --------------------- ‫تعجبني تلك الحديقة.‬ 0
ite---un- ti-k a----i-a-a. itejabuni tilk alhadiqata. i-e-a-u-i t-l- a-h-d-q-t-. -------------------------- itejabuni tilk alhadiqata.
I like this flower. ‫--جب-ي--------هر-.‬ ‫تعجبني هذه الزهرة.‬ ‫-ع-ب-ي ه-ه ا-ز-ر-.- -------------------- ‫تعجبني هذه الزهرة.‬ 0
tejibun- ha-h-h-al-a---t-. tejibuni hadhih alzahrata. t-j-b-n- h-d-i- a-z-h-a-a- -------------------------- tejibuni hadhih alzahrata.
I find that pretty. ‫-ج--ه-- -م--اً-‬ ‫أجد هذا جميلا-.‬ ‫-ج- ه-ا ج-ي-ا-.- ----------------- ‫أجد هذا جميلاً.‬ 0
a-ud-h--a jm----n. ajud hdha jmylaan. a-u- h-h- j-y-a-n- ------------------ ajud hdha jmylaan.
I find that interesting. ‫أجد ----م-ت--ً.‬ ‫أجد هذا ممتعا-.‬ ‫-ج- ه-ا م-ت-ا-.- ----------------- ‫أجد هذا ممتعاً.‬ 0
a-ud--dh- mmtea-n. ajud hdha mmteaan. a-u- h-h- m-t-a-n- ------------------ ajud hdha mmteaan.
I find that gorgeous. ‫أجد ----رائع---‬ ‫أجد هذا رائعا-.‬ ‫-ج- ه-ا ر-ئ-ا-.- ----------------- ‫أجد هذا رائعاً.‬ 0
a-u- hd-a -ay-a--. ajud hdha rayeaan. a-u- h-h- r-y-a-n- ------------------ ajud hdha rayeaan.
I find that ugly. ‫-جد---ا -بي-ًا-‬ ‫أجد هذا قبيح-ا.‬ ‫-ج- ه-ا ق-ي-ً-.- ----------------- ‫أجد هذا قبيحًا.‬ 0
aj-d hdha qb--a-a. ajud hdha qbyhana. a-u- h-h- q-y-a-a- ------------------ ajud hdha qbyhana.
I find that boring. ‫أجد هذ- م-ملاً.‬ ‫أجد هذا م-ملا-.‬ ‫-ج- ه-ا م-م-ا-.- ----------------- ‫أجد هذا مُملاً.‬ 0
aju- -dh- m-m--a-. ajud hdha mumlaan. a-u- h-h- m-m-a-n- ------------------ ajud hdha mumlaan.
I find that terrible. ‫------ا م----ً.‬ ‫أجد هذا مرعبا-.‬ ‫-ج- ه-ا م-ع-ا-.- ----------------- ‫أجد هذا مرعباً.‬ 0
aj-- --ha-mreb--n. ajud hdha mrebaan. a-u- h-h- m-e-a-n- ------------------ ajud hdha mrebaan.

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