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100 [one hundred]



100 [cento]



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already – not yet gi- u-- v---- – n-- ... m-i già una volta – non ... mai 0 +
Have you already been to Berlin? È g-- s---- a B------ u-- v----? È già stato a Berlino una volta? 0 +
No, not yet. No- n-- c- s--- m-- s----. No, non ci sono mai stato. 0 +
someone – no one qu------ – n-----o qualcuno – nessuno 0 +
Do you know someone here? Co----- q------- q--? Conosce qualcuno qui? 0 +
No, I don’t know anyone here. No- n-- c------ n------. No, non conosco nessuno. 0 +
a little longer – not much longer an---- – n-- p-ù ancora – non più 0 +
Will you stay here a little longer? Re--- a----- t---- q--? Resta ancora tanto qui? 0 +
No, I won’t stay here much longer. No- n-- c- r---- p-- t----. No, non ci resto più tanto. 0 +
something else – nothing else an---- q------- – p-- n----e ancora qualcosa – più niente 0 +
Would you like to drink something else? Vu--- b--- a----- q-------? Vuole bere ancora qualcosa? 0 +
No, I don’t want anything else. No- n-- v----- p-- n-----. No, non voglio più niente. 0 +
something already – nothing yet gi- q------- – a----- n----e già qualcosa – ancora niente 0 +
Have you already eaten something? Ha m------- g-- q-------? Ha mangiato già qualcosa? 0 +
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet. No- n-- h- m------- a----- n-----. No, non ho mangiato ancora niente. 0 +
someone else – no one else an---- q------- – n-----o ancora qualcuno – nessuno 0 +
Does anyone else want a coffee? Qu------ v---- a----- u- c----? Qualcuno vuole ancora un caffè? 0 +
No, no one else. No- n------. No, nessuno. 0 +

The Arabian language

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