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27 [twenty-seven]

In the hotel – Arrival


‫27(سبعة وعشرون)

‫فى الفندق – الوصول


Do you have a vacant room?
‫ألديكم غرفة شاغرة؟
'aldikum ghurfatan shaghiratan?
I have booked a room.
‫لقدقمت بحجز غرفة.
laqudaqamt bihajz gharfatin.
My name is Miller.
‫اسمى مولر.
asmaa mawlir.
I need a single room.
‫أحتاج إلى غرفة مفردة.
'ahtaj 'iilaa ghurfat mmufridat.
I need a double room.
‫أحتاج إلى غرفة مزدوجة.
'ahtaj 'iilaa ghurfat muzdawijat.
What does the room cost per night?
‫كم سعر الغرفة في الليلة؟
kam sier alghurfat fi alllaylati?
I would like a room with a bathroom.
‫أريد غرفة مع حمام.
'urid ghurfat mae hamam.
I would like a room with a shower.
‫أريد غرفة مع دش.
'urid ghurfat mae dishsh.
Can I see the room?
‫أيمكنني رؤية الغرفة؟
'ayamakanni ruyat algharfat?
Is there a garage here?
‫هل لديكم مرآب؟
hal ladaykum mmuraban?
Is there a safe here?
‫هل لديكم خزانة آمانات؟
hal ladaykim khizanat amanatan?
Is there a fax machine here?
‫هل لديكم جهاز فاكس؟
hal ladaykum jihaz fakis?
Fine, I’ll take the room.
‫لا بأس، سآخذ الغرفة.
la bas, sakhidh algharfat.
Here are the keys.
‫إليك المفاتيح.
'iilayk almafatih.
Here is my luggage.
‫هذه أمتعتي.
hadhih 'umtaeti.
What time do you serve breakfast?
‫متى موعد الإفطار؟
mataa maweid al'iiftar?
What time do you serve lunch?
‫متى موعد الغذاء؟
mataa maweid alghadha'?
What time do you serve dinner?
‫متى موعد العشاء؟
mataa maweid alesha'?

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