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en At the restaurant 3   »   ar ‫فى المطعم 3‬

31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

At the restaurant 3

‫31 [واحد وثلاثون]‬

31 [wahd wathalathuna]

‫فى المطعم 3‬

[fa almatem 3]

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I would like a starter. ‫أر-د-صح------ات-‬ ‫____ ص__ م_______ ‫-ر-د ص-ن م-ب-ا-.- ------------------ ‫أريد صحن مقبلات.‬ 0
arid s--n ---b-lata. a___ s___ m_________ a-i- s-h- m-q-i-a-a- -------------------- arid sahn muqbilata.
I would like a salad. ‫أ-ي--صحن سل--.‬ ‫____ ص__ س_____ ‫-ر-د ص-ن س-ط-.- ---------------- ‫أريد صحن سلطة.‬ 0
ar-- ---n-----a-a. a___ s___ s_______ a-i- s-h- s-l-a-a- ------------------ arid sahn sultata.
I would like a soup. ‫--ي--صحن -سا-.‬ ‫____ ص__ ح_____ ‫-ر-د ص-ن ح-ا-.- ---------------- ‫أريد صحن حساء.‬ 0
a-----a-- -i-a-. a___ s___ h_____ a-i- s-h- h-s-'- ---------------- arid sahn hisa'.
I would like a dessert. ‫-ريد-----ا-ح-وى.‬ ‫____ ب__ ا_______ ‫-ر-د ب-ض ا-ح-و-.- ------------------ ‫أريد بعض الحلوى.‬ 0
ar-- -ed-----lwa-. a___ b__ a________ a-i- b-d a-h-l-a-. ------------------ arid bed alhulwaa.
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream. ‫أر----وظة -- ا-ق---‬ ‫____ ب___ م_ ا______ ‫-ر-د ب-ظ- م- ا-ق-ط-‬ --------------------- ‫أريد بوظة مع القشطة‬ 0
a--- b--zt ----------t a___ b____ m__ a______ a-i- b-w-t m-e a-q-h-t ---------------------- arid bawzt mae alqshtt
I would like some fruit or cheese. ‫--ي----اك--أو-ج--ة-‬ ‫____ ف____ أ_ ج_____ ‫-ر-د ف-ا-ه أ- ج-ن-.- --------------------- ‫أريد فواكه أو جبنة.‬ 0
a----f--a--h-'-- -a-n-t-. a___ f______ '__ j_______ a-i- f-w-k-h '-w j-b-a-a- ------------------------- arid fawakih 'aw jabnata.
We would like to have breakfast. ‫ن-يد-أ---ف---‬ ‫____ أ_ ن_____ ‫-ر-د أ- ن-ط-.- --------------- ‫نريد أن نفطر.‬ 0
n--d---na-na-----. n___ '___ n_______ n-i- '-n- n-f-a-a- ------------------ nrid 'ana naftara.
We would like to have lunch. ‫--يد---اول ---د-ء.‬ ‫____ ت____ ا_______ ‫-ر-د ت-ا-ل ا-غ-ا-.- -------------------- ‫نريد تناول الغداء.‬ 0
nr-- t---w-- al--a-a-a. n___ t______ a_________ n-i- t-n-w-l a-g-a-a-a- ----------------------- nrid tanawul alghada'a.
We would like to have dinner. ‫-ر-د---اول--ل-شاء.‬ ‫____ ت____ ا_______ ‫-ر-د ت-ا-ل ا-ع-ا-.- -------------------- ‫نريد تناول العشاء.‬ 0
nri- ta-aw-l--l-as---. n___ t______ a________ n-i- t-n-w-l a-e-s-a-. ---------------------- nrid tanawul aleasha'.
What would you like for breakfast? ‫---تر--ه--ع--لفط-ر-‬ ‫__ ت____ م_ ا_______ ‫-ا ت-غ-ه م- ا-ف-و-؟- --------------------- ‫ما ترغبه مع الفطور؟‬ 0
m-a ----ha--h -a--al-u-uwra? m__ t________ m__ a_________ m-a t-r-h-b-h m-e a-f-t-w-a- ---------------------------- maa targhabuh mae alfutuwra?
Rolls with jam and honey? ‫خ-- -ع مر---و--ل؟‬ ‫___ م_ م___ و_____ ‫-ب- م- م-ب- و-س-؟- ------------------- ‫خبز مع مربى وعسل؟‬ 0
khb-za-mae -a--aa-wa----? k_____ m__ m_____ w______ k-b-z- m-e m-r-a- w-e-s-? ------------------------- khbuza mae marbaa waeusl?
Toast with sausage and cheese? ‫خ-ز م-م- م---ج- وجب-ة؟‬ ‫___ م___ م_ س__ و______ ‫-ب- م-م- م- س-ق و-ب-ة-‬ ------------------------ ‫خبز محمص مع سجق وجبنة؟‬ 0
k---z- --h--is --e saja---a-----ta? k_____ m______ m__ s____ w_________ k-b-z- m-h-m-s m-e s-j-q w-j-b-a-a- ----------------------------------- khbuza muhamis mae sajaq wajabnata?
A boiled egg? ‫بيض- مس--قة-‬ ‫____ م_______ ‫-ي-ة م-ل-ق-؟- -------------- ‫بيضة مسلوقة؟‬ 0
by-d-- --sl--? b_____ m______ b-a-a- m-s-u-? -------------- byadat masluq?
A fried egg? ‫--ضة-م-لي--‬ ‫____ م______ ‫-ي-ة م-ل-ة-‬ ------------- ‫بيضة مقلية؟‬ 0
byadat--a--lit? b_____ m_______ b-a-a- m-q-l-t- --------------- byadat maqalit?
An omelette? ‫-ج---ي--‬ ‫___ ب____ ‫-ج- ب-ض-‬ ---------- ‫عجة بيض؟‬ 0
eja- b-d? e___ b___ e-a- b-d- --------- ejat byd?
Another yoghurt, please. ‫------ك- -بدي---ب----ني-.‬ ‫__ ف____ ز____ ل__ ث______ ‫-ن ف-ل-، ز-د-ة ل-ن ث-ن-ة-‬ --------------------------- ‫من فضلك، زبدية لبن ثانية.‬ 0
m- -id-l--a- -a-di--an------ than----. m_ f________ z________ l____ t________ m- f-d-l-k-, z-b-i-t-n l-b-n t-a-i-t-. -------------------------------------- mn fidalaka, zabdiatan laban thaniata.
Some salt and pepper also, please. ‫م--فض-ك، --- -لم---وا-ف--ل.‬ ‫__ ف____ ب__ ا____ و________ ‫-ن ف-ل-، ب-ض ا-م-ح و-ل-ل-ل-‬ ----------------------------- ‫من فضلك، بعض الملح والفلفل.‬ 0
m--fa-al---,-bed alm--i- -alf---fl-. m_ f________ b__ a______ w__________ m- f-d-l-k-, b-d a-m-l-h w-l-a-i-l-. ------------------------------------ mn fadalaka, bed almulih walfalifla.
Another glass of water, please. ‫م- ف---، ك----ا- ----ي-‬ ‫__ ف____ ك__ م__ إ______ ‫-ن ف-ل-، ك-ب م-ء إ-ا-ي-‬ ------------------------- ‫من فضلك، كوب ماء إضافي.‬ 0
m- --dl---,--awb -a- -ii-a--. m_ f_______ k___ m__ '_______ m- f-d-i-a- k-w- m-' '-i-a-i- ----------------------------- mn fadlika, kawb ma' 'iidafi.

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