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already – not yet dé-- – p-- e----e déjà – pas encore 0 +
Have you already been to Berlin? Av------- d--- é-- à B----- ? Avez-vous déjà été à Berlin ? 0 +
No, not yet. No-- p-- e-----. Non, pas encore. 0 +
someone – no one qu------- – p------e quelqu’un – personne 0 +
Do you know someone here? Co------------- q-------- i-- ? Connaissez-vous quelqu’un ici ? 0 +
No, I don’t know anyone here. No-- j- n- c------ p------- i--. Non, je ne connais personne ici. 0 +
a little longer – not much longer en---- – n- ... p--s encore – ne ... plus 0 +
Will you stay here a little longer? Re--------- e----- l-------- i-- ? Restez-vous encore longtemps ici ? 0 +
No, I won’t stay here much longer. No-- j- n- r---- p--- l-------- i--. Non, je ne reste plus longtemps ici. 0 +
something else – nothing else en---- q------ c---- – p--- r--n encore quelque chose – plus rien 0 +
Would you like to drink something else? Vo--------- e----- b---- q------ c---- ? Voulez-vous encore boire quelque chose ? 0 +
No, I don’t want anything else. No-- j- n- d----- p--- r---. Non, je ne désire plus rien. 0 +
something already – nothing yet dé-- q------ c---- – e----- r--n déjà quelque chose – encore rien 0 +
Have you already eaten something? Av------- d--- m---- q------ c---- ? Avez-vous déjà mangé quelque chose ? 0 +
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet. No-- j- n--- e----- r--- m----. Non, je n’ai encore rien mangé. 0 +
someone else – no one else en---- q-------- – p--- p------e encore quelqu’un – plus personne 0 +
Does anyone else want a coffee? Es---- q-- q-------- v------- e----- u- c--- ? Est-ce que quelqu’un voudrait encore un café ? 0 +
No, no one else. No-- p--- p-------. Non, plus personne. 0 +

The Arabian language

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