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38 [thirty-eight]

In the taxi

 


‫38 [ثمانيةٍ وثلاثون]‬

‫فى التاكسى‬

 

 
Please call a taxi.
‫من فضلك اطلب لي تاكسي [سيارة أجرة]!‬
men fadhlek otleb lii takssii[sayyaarat ojra]
What does it cost to go to the station?
‫كم تكلف إلى محطة القطار؟‬
kam tokallef ilaa mahattat elkitaar?
What does it cost to go to the airport?
‫كم تكلف إلى المطار؟‬
kam tokallef ilaa elmataar?
 
 
 
 
Please go straight ahead.
‫من فضلك على طول.‬
men fadhlik alaa tool
Please turn right here.
‫من فضلك ، هنا إلى اليمين.‬
men fadhlik honaa ilaa elyamiin
Please turn left at the corner.
‫من فضلك ، هناك عند الزاوية إلى اليسار.‬
men fadhlik, honaak enda ezzawiya ilaa elyasaar
 
 
 
 
I’m in a hurry.
‫أنا مستعجل.‬
ana mostaajel
I have time.
‫معي وقت.‬
maayii wakt
Please drive slowly.
‫من فضلك هدئ السرعة.‬
men fadhlek hadda'a essoraea
 
 
 
 
Please stop here.
‫من فضلك توقف هنا.‬
men fadhlek tawakaf honaa
Please wait a moment.
‫من فضلك انتظر لحظة.‬
men fadhlek intadher lahdha
I’ll be back immediately.
‫أنا راجع فوراً.‬
anaa raajaa fawran
 
 
 
 
Please give me a receipt.
‫من فضلك أعطني فاتورة.‬
men fadhlek aatinii faatoora
I have no change.
‫ما معي فكة.‬
maa mayii fakka
That is okay, please keep the change.
‫تمام ، الباقي لك.‬
tamam, elbaakii lak
 
 
 
 
Drive me to this address.
‫أوصلني إلى هذا العنوان.‬
awselnii ilaa hatha elenwaan
Drive me to my hotel.
‫أوصلني إلى فندقي.‬
awselnii ilaa fondokii
Drive me to the beach.
‫أوصلني إلى الشاطئ.‬
awselnii ilaa eshshate'e
 
 
 
 
 


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