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39 [thirty-nine]

Car breakdown


‫39 [تسعة وثلاثون]‬

‫تعطل السيارة‬


Where is the next gas station?
‫أين توجد أقرب محطة وقود؟‬
ayna toojad akrab mahattat wakood
I have a flat tyre / tire (am.).
‫معي عجل مبنشر.‬
mayii ajal mobanchar
Can you change the tyre / tire (am.)?
‫هل يمكنك تغيير الإطار؟‬
hal womkinoka taghyiir elitaar?
I need a few litres / liters (am.) of diesel.
‫أحتاج عدة لترات ديزل.‬
ahtaaj eddat litraat diizel
I have no more petrol / gas (am.).
‫ليس معي بنزين بالمرة.‬
layssa mayii benziin belmarra
Do you have a petrol can / jerry can / gas can (am.)?
‫هل عندك جالون بنزين احتياطي؟‬
hal endaka gaaloon benziin ehtiyaatii?
Where can I make a call?
‫أين يمكني أن أتصل بالتلفون؟‬
ayna yomkinonii an attasil bettitifoon?
I need a towing service.
‫أحتاج لخدمة سحب سيارة.‬
ahtaajo lkhedmat sahb sayyaara
I’m looking for a garage.
‫أبحث عن كراج تصليح.‬
abhath an karaaj tasliih
An accident has occurred.
‫لقد وقع حادث سيارة.‬
lakad wakaa haadeth sayyaara
Where is the nearest telephone?
‫أين يوجد أقرب تلفون؟‬
ayna yoojad akrab telifoon?
Do you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you?
‫هل معك جوال [خلوي]؟‬
hal maeaka jawwal[khalawii]?
We need help.
‫نحتاج الى مساعدة.‬
nahtaaj ilaa mosaeada
Call a doctor!
‫اتصل بطبيب!‬
ittasel bettabiib!
Call the police!
‫اتصل بالشرطة!‬
ettasel beshshorta
Your papers, please.
‫رخصك من فضلك.‬
roghasoka men fadhlik
Your licence / license (am.), please.
‫رخصة القيادة من فضلك.‬
roghsat elkiyaada men fadhlik
Your registration, please.
‫رخصة السيارة من فضلك.‬
rokhsat essayyaara men fadhlek

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