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31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3


‫31 [واحد وثلاثون]‬

‫فى المطعم 3‬


I would like a starter.
‫أريد صحن مقبلات.‬
arid sihn muqbilata
I would like a salad.
‫أريد صحن سلطة.‬
arid sihn salatata
I would like a soup.
‫أريد صحن حساء.‬
arid sihn hasa'a
I would like a dessert.
‫أريدبعض الحلوى.‬
'aridabead alhulwaa
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream.
‫أريد بوظة مع القشطة‬
arid bawzatan mae alqashtat
I would like some fruit or cheese.
‫أريد فواكه أو جبنة.‬
arid fawakih 'aw jabnata
We would like to have breakfast.
‫نريد أن نفطر.‬
nrid 'ann nuftira
We would like to have lunch.
‫نريد تناول الغداء.‬
nrid tanawal alghada'a
We would like to have dinner.
‫نريد تناول العشاء.‬
nrid tanawal aleasha'a
What would you like for breakfast?
‫ما ترغبه مع الفطور؟‬
mma targhabuh mae alfatur
Rolls with jam and honey?
‫خبز مع مربى وعسل؟‬
khbiz mae marabba waesl
Toast with sausage and cheese?
‫خبز محمص مع سجق وجبنة؟‬
khbiz muhammas mae sajq wajabnat
A boiled egg?
‫بيضة مسلوقة؟‬
bidat masluqt
A fried egg?
‫بيضة مقلية؟‬
biadat maqalit
An omelette?
‫عجة بيض؟‬
eajat bid
Another yoghurt, please.
‫من فضلك، زبدية لبن ثانية.‬
mn fadluka, zabdiatan llaban thaniata
Some salt and pepper also, please.
‫من فضلك،بعض الملح والفلفل.‬
mn fadalaka,baed almulihh walfalfil
Another glass of water, please.
‫من فضلك،كوب ماء إضافي.‬
mn fadalik,kub ma' 'iidafi

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