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12 [twelve]

Beverages

 


‫12 [اثنا عشر]‬

‫المشروبات‬

 

 
I drink tea.
‫أشرب الشاي.‬
ashirab alshay
I drink coffee.
‫ أشرب القهوة.‬
'ashrab alqahawat
I drink mineral water.
‫أشرب مياه معد نية.‬
ashirab miah mmaead ny
 
 
 
 
Do you drink tea with lemon?
‫هل تشرب الشاي مع الليمون؟‬
hl tashrib alshshay mae alllaymun
Do you drink coffee with sugar?
‫هل تشرب القهوة مع السكر؟‬
hl tashrib alqahwat mae alssukr
Do you drink water with ice?
‫هل تشرب الماء مع الثلج؟‬
hl tashrib alma' mae alththalj
 
 
 
 
There is a party here.
‫هنا تقام حفلة.‬
hna tuqam hufalata
People are drinking champagne.
‫يشرب الناس شمبانيا.‬
yshirb alnnas shambania
People are drinking wine and beer.
‫يشرب الناس نبيذاً وجعةً.‬
ysharib alnnas nbydhaan wjetan
 
 
 
 
Do you drink alcohol?
‫هل تشرب كحولاً؟؟‬
hl tashrab khwlaan
Do you drink whisky / whiskey (am.)?
‫هل تشرب ويسكي؟‬
hl tashrab wayaski
Do you drink Coke with rum?
‫أتشرب كولا مع روم؟‬
atashrab kula mae rum
 
 
 
 
I do not like champagne.
‫لا أحب الشمبانيا.‬
la 'uhibb alshshambaniaa
I do not like wine.
‫لا أحب الخمر.‬
la 'uhibb alkhamr
I do not like beer.
‫لا أحب الجعة.‬
lla 'uhibb aljieata
 
 
 
 
The baby likes milk.
‫الرضيع يحب الحليب.‬
alrradie yuhibb alhalib
The child likes cocoa and apple juice.
‫الطفل يحب الكاكاو وعصير التفاح.‬
alttifl yuhibb alkakaw waeasir alttafah
The woman likes orange and grapefruit juice.
‫المرأة تحب عصير البرتقال وعصير الجريب فروت.‬
almar'at tuhibb easir alburtuqal waeasir aljarib farut
 
 
 
 
 


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Instead there are 14 different cases. The orthography is not very difficult. It is determined by the pronunciation. This should definitely be practiced with a native speaker. If you want to learn ______, you need discipline and a little patience. ______s are happy to overlook little mistakes made by foreigners. They are excited to meet anyone who is interested in their language!

 

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