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19 [nineteen]

In the kitchen

 


‫19 [تسعة عشر]‬

‫فى المطبخ‬

 

 
Do you have a new kitchen?
‫ألديك مطبخ جديد؟‬
aludik mutabikh jadyd?
What do you want to cook today?
‫ماذا ستطبخ اليوم؟‬
madha satutabikh alyawma?
Do you cook on an electric or a gas stove?
‫أتطبخ بالكهرباء أم بالغاز؟‬
atatabakh bialkahraba' 'am bialghaz?
 
 
 
 
Shall I cut the onions?
‫هل أقطع البصل؟‬
hl 'aqtae albsl?
Shall I peel the potatoes?
‫هل أقشر البطاطا؟‬
hl 'aqshar albtata?
Shall I rinse the lettuce?
‫هل أغسل الخس؟‬
hl 'aghsal alkhas?
 
 
 
 
Where are the glasses?
‫أين الأكواب؟‬
ayn al'akwab?
Where are the dishes?
‫أين الأطباق؟‬
ayn al'atbaq?
Where is the cutlery / silverware (am.)?
‫أين طقم أدوات المائدة؟‬
ayn taqm 'adwat almayidt?
 
 
 
 
Do you have a tin opener / can opener (am.)?
‫أعندك فتاحة علب؟‬
aeindak fatahat eilba?
Do you have a bottle opener?
‫أعندك فتاحة زجاجات؟‬
aeinadak fatahat zijajat?
Do you have a corkscrew?
‫أعندك بزّال؟‬
aeindak bzzal?
 
 
 
 
Are you cooking the soup in this pot?
‫أتطبخ الحساء في هذا القدر؟‬
iatatabakh alhisa' fi hadha alqdr?
Are you frying the fish in this pan?
‫أتقلي السمك في هذه المقلاة؟‬
ataqali alsamak fi hadhih almiqlat?
Are you grilling the vegetables on this grill?
‫أتشوي الخضر على هذه المشواة؟‬
atshawi alkhudar ealaa hadhih almshwa?
 
 
 
 
I am setting the table.
‫أنا أجهّز السفرة / أعد المائدة.‬
anaa ajhhz alsafrat / 'aead almayidata.
Here are the knives, the forks and the spoons.
‫ها هي السكاكين والشوك والملاعق.‬
ha hi alsukakayn walshuwk walmalaeaqa.
Here are the glasses, the plates and the napkins.
‫ها هي الاكواب، الصحون، وفوط السفرة.‬
ha hi alaikwab, alsuhun, wafawt alsafrata.
 
 
 
 


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______an is spoken by more than 160 million people. It is the native language of only 30 million, however. This is due to the fact that almost 500 different ethnic groups live in ______a. They speak 250 different languages that branch out into many dialects. Such a linguistic variety can naturally lead to problems. Today's ______an has thus been implemented as the standardized national language. It is taught in every school in addition to the native language. ______an is counted among the Austronesian languages.

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