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en In the department store   »   he ‫בחנות הכולבו‬

52 [fifty-two]

In the department store

In the department store

‫52 [חמישים ושתיים]‬

52 [xamishim ushtaim]

‫בחנות הכולבו‬

[b'xanut hakolbo]

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Shall we go to the department store? ‫--ך-לקני--?‬ ‫נלך לקניון?‬ ‫-ל- ל-נ-ו-?- ------------- ‫נלך לקניון?‬ 0
nel-kh ---enio-? nelekh laqenion? n-l-k- l-q-n-o-? ---------------- nelekh laqenion?
I have to go shopping. ‫-נ- -ר-ך-/-- --ש-ת---יו-.‬ ‫אני צריך / ה לעשות קניות.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה ל-ש-ת ק-י-ת-‬ --------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה לעשות קניות.‬ 0
ani-t-ari-h--s----ah ---as--- qni-t. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah la'assot qniot. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- l-'-s-o- q-i-t- ------------------------------------ ani tsarikh/tsrikhah la'assot qniot.
I want to do a lot of shopping. ‫-ני-ר--- --------בה--בר---‬ ‫אני רוצה לקנות הרבה דברים.‬ ‫-נ- ר-צ- ל-נ-ת ה-ב- ד-ר-ם-‬ ---------------------------- ‫אני רוצה לקנות הרבה דברים.‬ 0
a-- r-t--------ah li--o- ha-beh --a-i-. ani rotseh/rotsah liqnot harbeh dvarim. a-i r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-q-o- h-r-e- d-a-i-. --------------------------------------- ani rotseh/rotsah liqnot harbeh dvarim.
Where are the office supplies? ‫-יכן נ---ים -רכי-המ----‬ ‫היכן נמצאים צרכי המשרד?‬ ‫-י-ן נ-צ-י- צ-כ- ה-ש-ד-‬ ------------------------- ‫היכן נמצאים צרכי המשרד?‬ 0
h-y-h----i-t-a-im t---k--y-h-miss-ad? heykhan nimtsa'im tsorkhey hamissrad? h-y-h-n n-m-s-'-m t-o-k-e- h-m-s-r-d- ------------------------------------- heykhan nimtsa'im tsorkhey hamissrad?
I need envelopes and stationery. ‫----צ------- מ-טפות-ונ--ר---תבי-.‬ ‫אני צריך / ה מעטפות ונייר מכתבים.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה מ-ט-ו- ו-י-ר מ-ת-י-.- ----------------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה מעטפות ונייר מכתבים.‬ 0
ani-ts-r-----s-ik-a----'-t-fot -'niar ------v-m. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah ma'atafot w'niar mikhtavim. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- m-'-t-f-t w-n-a- m-k-t-v-m- ------------------------------------------------ ani tsarikh/tsrikhah ma'atafot w'niar mikhtavim.
I need pens and markers. ‫--- -ר-ך / ה-ע--ם ומרק-י--‬ ‫אני צריך / ה עטים ומרקרים.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה ע-י- ו-ר-ר-ם-‬ ---------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה עטים ומרקרים.‬ 0
a-i--s-r-k--t--i--ah-eti- --a-q-r-m. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah etim umarqerim. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- e-i- u-a-q-r-m- ------------------------------------ ani tsarikh/tsrikhah etim umarqerim.
Where is the furniture? ‫ה--ן -מצא----ר----ם?‬ ‫היכן נמצאים הרהיטים?‬ ‫-י-ן נ-צ-י- ה-ה-ט-ם-‬ ---------------------- ‫היכן נמצאים הרהיטים?‬ 0
he---a- -i-ts-'i- ha-hey-i-? heykhan nimtsa'im harheytim? h-y-h-n n-m-s-'-m h-r-e-t-m- ---------------------------- heykhan nimtsa'im harheytim?
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers. ‫-ני----ך-/-ה------ו-י---‬ ‫אני צריך / ה ארון ושידה.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה א-ו- ו-י-ה-‬ -------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה ארון ושידה.‬ 0
ani ts-r--h-------ah -ron w's--dah. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah aron w'shidah. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- a-o- w-s-i-a-. ----------------------------------- ani tsarikh/tsrikhah aron w'shidah.
I need a desk and a bookshelf. ‫א-י צר-- /---שו-ח- כ------כ-נ--ת-‬ ‫אני צריך / ה שולחן כתיבה וכוננית.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה ש-ל-ן כ-י-ה ו-ו-נ-ת-‬ ----------------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה שולחן כתיבה וכוננית.‬ 0
a-i ---rik-/-s---h-h-shu--an -tiv-- -----a-i-. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah shulxan ktivah w'konanit. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- s-u-x-n k-i-a- w-k-n-n-t- ---------------------------------------------- ani tsarikh/tsrikhah shulxan ktivah w'konanit.
Where are the toys? ‫-יכן---צא-- הצעצ----?‬ ‫היכן נמצאים הצעצועים?‬ ‫-י-ן נ-צ-י- ה-ע-ו-י-?- ----------------------- ‫היכן נמצאים הצעצועים?‬ 0
heyk--n--i-t-a--m-h--------u---? heykhan nimtsa'im hatsa'atsu'im? h-y-h-n n-m-s-'-m h-t-a-a-s-'-m- -------------------------------- heykhan nimtsa'im hatsa'atsu'im?
I need a doll and a teddy bear. ‫אנ--צר---/------ה וד----‬ ‫אני צריך / ה בובה ודובי.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה ב-ב- ו-ו-י-‬ -------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה בובה ודובי.‬ 0
a-i --a-ik-/t-rikh-h b--a----du-i. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah bubah w'dubi. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- b-b-h w-d-b-. ---------------------------------- ani tsarikh/tsrikhah bubah w'dubi.
I need a football and a chess board. ‫-נ- --יך / - כד--ג- וש-מ--‬ ‫אני צריך / ה כדורגל ושחמט.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה כ-ו-ג- ו-ח-ט-‬ ---------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה כדורגל ושחמט.‬ 0
a----sa-i-h-t--ik-a--ka--re-e-------xm-t. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah kaduregel w'shaxmat. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- k-d-r-g-l w-s-a-m-t- ----------------------------------------- ani tsarikh/tsrikhah kaduregel w'shaxmat.
Where are the tools? ‫-יכן ---אי- כ----ע--דה-‬ ‫היכן נמצאים כלי העבודה?‬ ‫-י-ן נ-צ-י- כ-י ה-ב-ד-?- ------------------------- ‫היכן נמצאים כלי העבודה?‬ 0
h--kh-n-ni--s-'-m-k-ey ha'a-od--? heykhan nimtsa'im kley ha'avodah? h-y-h-n n-m-s-'-m k-e- h-'-v-d-h- --------------------------------- heykhan nimtsa'im kley ha'avodah?
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers. ‫א-י-צ--ך-/ ה פטי----ב-.‬ ‫אני צריך / ה פטיש וצבת.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה פ-י- ו-ב-.- ------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה פטיש וצבת.‬ 0
ani-t----k--tsri--ah-p-tish--'tsva-. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah patish w'tsvat. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- p-t-s- w-t-v-t- ------------------------------------ ani tsarikh/tsrikhah patish w'tsvat.
I need a drill and a screwdriver. ‫-נ---ריך-/-ה -ק--ה --ברג.‬ ‫אני צריך / ה מקדחה ומברג.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה מ-ד-ה ו-ב-ג-‬ --------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה מקדחה ומברג.‬ 0
ani---arik--t-r--------q----h--------. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah maqdexah umavreg. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- m-q-e-a- u-a-r-g- -------------------------------------- ani tsarikh/tsrikhah maqdexah umavreg.
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department? ‫---ן -מצא-ם-ה------ם?‬ ‫היכן נמצאים התכשיטים?‬ ‫-י-ן נ-צ-י- ה-כ-י-י-?- ----------------------- ‫היכן נמצאים התכשיטים?‬ 0
hey-han-nimtsa--m hata--s-i---? heykhan nimtsa'im hatakhshitim? h-y-h-n n-m-s-'-m h-t-k-s-i-i-? ------------------------------- heykhan nimtsa'im hatakhshitim?
I need a chain and a bracelet. ‫-נ- ---- / - --שרת ו---ד-‬ ‫אני צריך / ה שרשרת וצמיד.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה ש-ש-ת ו-מ-ד-‬ --------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה שרשרת וצמיד.‬ 0
ani -sari-h----i---h -hars--r-t--'ts-mid. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah sharsheret w'tsamid. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- s-a-s-e-e- w-t-a-i-. ----------------------------------------- ani tsarikh/tsrikhah sharsheret w'tsamid.
I need a ring and earrings. ‫-----ריך --ה-טב-- ----ל--.‬ ‫אני צריך / ה טבעת ועגילים.‬ ‫-נ- צ-י- / ה ט-ע- ו-ג-ל-ם-‬ ---------------------------- ‫אני צריך / ה טבעת ועגילים.‬ 0
a-i -s-r-kh/t-r-k-ah-t-ba------a-i--m. ani tsarikh/tsrikhah taba'at w'agilim. a-i t-a-i-h-t-r-k-a- t-b-'-t w-a-i-i-. -------------------------------------- ani tsarikh/tsrikhah taba'at w'agilim.

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