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30 [thirty]

At the restaurant 2

At the restaurant 2

‫30 [שלושים]‬

30 [shloshim]

‫במסעדה 2‬

[bamis'adah 2]

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An apple juice, please. ‫מ---תפוחים--ב-ק-ה.‬ ‫מיץ תפוחים, בבקשה.‬ ‫-י- ת-ו-י-, ב-ק-ה-‬ -------------------- ‫מיץ תפוחים, בבקשה.‬ 0
mits----ux-m- -'va--sh--. mits tapuxim, b'vaqashah. m-t- t-p-x-m- b-v-q-s-a-. ------------------------- mits tapuxim, b'vaqashah.
A lemonade, please. ‫ל-מו-דה,-----ה-‬ ‫לימונדה, בבקשה.‬ ‫-י-ו-ד-, ב-ק-ה-‬ ----------------- ‫לימונדה, בבקשה.‬ 0
l--o-a-----b'--qa----. limonadah, b'vaqashah. l-m-n-d-h- b-v-q-s-a-. ---------------------- limonadah, b'vaqashah.
A tomato juice, please. ‫----עג---ות- ---ש-.‬ ‫מיץ עגבניות, בבקשה.‬ ‫-י- ע-ב-י-ת- ב-ק-ה-‬ --------------------- ‫מיץ עגבניות, בבקשה.‬ 0
mit--ag-ani-t, --v--ash-h. mits agvaniot, b'vaqashah. m-t- a-v-n-o-, b-v-q-s-a-. -------------------------- mits agvaniot, b'vaqashah.
I’d like a glass of red wine. ‫א--ר --בל-כ-- ------ום -----?‬ ‫אפשר לקבל כוס יין אדום בבקשה?‬ ‫-פ-ר ל-ב- כ-ס י-ן א-ו- ב-ק-ה-‬ ------------------------------- ‫אפשר לקבל כוס יין אדום בבקשה?‬ 0
efsh-r---q------o--y-----dom --vaq-sha-? efshar l'qabel kos yain adom b'vaqashah? e-s-a- l-q-b-l k-s y-i- a-o- b-v-q-s-a-? ---------------------------------------- efshar l'qabel kos yain adom b'vaqashah?
I’d like a glass of white wine. ‫אפ-----ב- כ-ס--ין-ל-- -בק-ה-‬ ‫אפשר לקבל כוס יין לבן בבקשה?‬ ‫-פ-ר ל-ב- כ-ס י-ן ל-ן ב-ק-ה-‬ ------------------------------ ‫אפשר לקבל כוס יין לבן בבקשה?‬ 0
e--ha- -'q-b-l---s --i---a-a--b-v-qash--? efshar l'qabel kos yain lavan b'vaqashah? e-s-a- l-q-b-l k-s y-i- l-v-n b-v-q-s-a-? ----------------------------------------- efshar l'qabel kos yain lavan b'vaqashah?
I’d like a bottle of champagne. ‫-----לקבל -ק--- -מ-ני- --קש--‬ ‫אפשר לקבל בקבוק שמפניה בבקשה?‬ ‫-פ-ר ל-ב- ב-ב-ק ש-פ-י- ב-ק-ה-‬ ------------------------------- ‫אפשר לקבל בקבוק שמפניה בבקשה?‬ 0
e-shar l-q-be- ---bu- -----ani-- -'-a--s---? efshar l'qabel baqbuq shampaniah b'vaqashah? e-s-a- l-q-b-l b-q-u- s-a-p-n-a- b-v-q-s-a-? -------------------------------------------- efshar l'qabel baqbuq shampaniah b'vaqashah?
Do you like fish? ‫-- --- א-הב / --דגים?‬ ‫את / ה אוהב / ת דגים?‬ ‫-ת / ה א-ה- / ת ד-י-?- ----------------------- ‫את / ה אוהב / ת דגים?‬ 0
a--h/a------------t d--i-? atah/at ohev/ohevet dagim? a-a-/-t o-e-/-h-v-t d-g-m- -------------------------- atah/at ohev/ohevet dagim?
Do you like beef? ‫א--/ ה-א-הב-/-ת-ב-ר -ק-?‬ ‫את / ה אוהב / ת בשר בקר?‬ ‫-ת / ה א-ה- / ת ב-ר ב-ר-‬ -------------------------- ‫את / ה אוהב / ת בשר בקר?‬ 0
at-h-at-oh----h--et b--sar -a-a-? atah/at ohev/ohevet bassar baqar? a-a-/-t o-e-/-h-v-t b-s-a- b-q-r- --------------------------------- atah/at ohev/ohevet bassar baqar?
Do you like pork? ‫את-/----ו-ב---ת---ר ח---?‬ ‫את / ה אוהב / ת בשר חזיר?‬ ‫-ת / ה א-ה- / ת ב-ר ח-י-?- --------------------------- ‫את / ה אוהב / ת בשר חזיר?‬ 0
at--/-t --e-/-hev-t bass-- xa--r? atah/at ohev/ohevet bassar xazir? a-a-/-t o-e-/-h-v-t b-s-a- x-z-r- --------------------------------- atah/at ohev/ohevet bassar xazir?
I’d like something without meat. ‫א-י-מבקש---ה---לי-----‬ ‫אני מבקש משהו בלי בשר.‬ ‫-נ- מ-ק- מ-ה- ב-י ב-ר-‬ ------------------------ ‫אני מבקש משהו בלי בשר.‬ 0
a----'-a-e---mas-e-- -l--bas-a-. ani m'vaqesh mashehu bli bassar. a-i m-v-q-s- m-s-e-u b-i b-s-a-. -------------------------------- ani m'vaqesh mashehu bli bassar.
I’d like some mixed vegetables. ‫א-י --קש--נה -מח--י-.‬ ‫אני מבקש מנה צמחונית.‬ ‫-נ- מ-ק- מ-ה צ-ח-נ-ת-‬ ----------------------- ‫אני מבקש מנה צמחונית.‬ 0
a-i m-vaqes--ma-a- -----on-t. ani m'vaqesh manah tsimxonit. a-i m-v-q-s- m-n-h t-i-x-n-t- ----------------------------- ani m'vaqesh manah tsimxonit.
I’d like something that won’t take much time. ‫אני-מב-- מ-----גיע-מהר-‬ ‫אני מבקש מנה שתגיע מהר.‬ ‫-נ- מ-ק- מ-ה ש-ג-ע מ-ר-‬ ------------------------- ‫אני מבקש מנה שתגיע מהר.‬ 0
an- m'vaqe-- --n---sh--ag-a--ah--. ani m'vaqesh manah shetagia maher. a-i m-v-q-s- m-n-h s-e-a-i- m-h-r- ---------------------------------- ani m'vaqesh manah shetagia maher.
Would you like that with rice? ‫תרצה-/------ז-ל--ס---‬ ‫תרצה / י אורז לתוספת?‬ ‫-ר-ה / י א-ר- ל-ו-פ-?- ----------------------- ‫תרצה / י אורז לתוספת?‬ 0
t---s---t--tsi ore- ---osf--? tirtseh/tirtsi orez l'tosfet? t-r-s-h-t-r-s- o-e- l-t-s-e-? ----------------------------- tirtseh/tirtsi orez l'tosfet?
Would you like that with pasta? ‫-רצ--/ י א-ר--ת -תוספ--‬ ‫תרצה / י אטריות לתוספת?‬ ‫-ר-ה / י א-ר-ו- ל-ו-פ-?- ------------------------- ‫תרצה / י אטריות לתוספת?‬ 0
ti-t-e-/t---s- it---t l'--sf-t? tirtseh/tirtsi itriot l'tosfet? t-r-s-h-t-r-s- i-r-o- l-t-s-e-? ------------------------------- tirtseh/tirtsi itriot l'tosfet?
Would you like that with potatoes? ‫ת--ה /-י א--זה עם--פ--י -דמ--‬ ‫תרצה / י את זה עם תפוחי אדמה?‬ ‫-ר-ה / י א- ז- ע- ת-ו-י א-מ-?- ------------------------------- ‫תרצה / י את זה עם תפוחי אדמה?‬ 0
t-rt-eh/ti--si et --h-i--tap-x-y a---a-? tirtseh/tirtsi et zeh im tapuxey adamah? t-r-s-h-t-r-s- e- z-h i- t-p-x-y a-a-a-? ---------------------------------------- tirtseh/tirtsi et zeh im tapuxey adamah?
That doesn’t taste good. ‫זה--- ט-י- -י-‬ ‫זה לא טעים לי.‬ ‫-ה ל- ט-י- ל-.- ---------------- ‫זה לא טעים לי.‬ 0
zeh--o t-'im--i. zeh lo ta'im li. z-h l- t-'-m l-. ---------------- zeh lo ta'im li.
The food is cold. ‫--ו-ל----‬ ‫האוכל קר.‬ ‫-א-כ- ק-.- ----------- ‫האוכל קר.‬ 0
h--okhel-qar. ha'okhel qar. h-'-k-e- q-r- ------------- ha'okhel qar.
I didn’t order this. ‫---ה--נ-י את -ה-‬ ‫לא הזמנתי את זה.‬ ‫-א ה-מ-ת- א- ז-.- ------------------ ‫לא הזמנתי את זה.‬ 0
lo--i--ant- et-z-h. lo hizmanti et zeh. l- h-z-a-t- e- z-h- ------------------- lo hizmanti et zeh.

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