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39 [thirty-nine]

Car breakdown

 


‫39 (تسعة وثلاثون)

‫عطل في السيارة

 

 
Where is the next gas station?
‫أين هي أقرب محطة للوقود ؟
'ayn hi 'aqrab mahattatan lilwuqud ?
I have a flat tyre / tire (am.).
‫عندي إطار مثقوب .
eindi 'iitar mathqub .
Can you change the tyre / tire (am.)?
‫هل يمكنك تبديل الدولاب ؟
hal yumkinuk tabdil alddulab ?
 
 
 
 
I need a few litres / liters (am.) of diesel.
‫أنا بحاجة إلى عدة ليترات من المازوت .
'ana bihajat 'iilaa edt liatarat min almazut .
I have no more petrol / gas (am.).
‫لم يبق لدي بنزين .
lm yabq laday bnzyn .
Do you have a petrol can / jerry can / gas can (am.)?
‫هل لديك خزان إضافي ؟
hal ladayk khazzan 'iidafi ?
 
 
 
 
Where can I make a call?
‫أين يمكنني الاتصال بالهاتف ؟
'ayn yumkinuni alaittisal bialhatif ?
I need a towing service.
‫إني أحتاج إلى خدمة سحب السيارة .
'inni 'ahtaj 'iilaa khidmat sahb alssayara .
I’m looking for a garage.
‫إني أفتش عن ورشة عمل .
'inni 'uftash ean warshat eamal .
 
 
 
 
An accident has occurred.
‫لقد وقع حادث .
laqad waqae hadith .
Where is the nearest telephone?
‫أين أقرب هاتف ؟
'ayn 'aqrab hatif ?
Do you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you?
‫هل لديك هاتف نقال ؟
hal ladayk hatif niqal ?
 
 
 
 
We need help.
‫نحتاج إلى مساعدة .
nahtaj 'iilaa musaeada .
Call a doctor!
‫اطلب طبيباً .
'atlub tbybaan .
Call the police!
‫اتصل بالشرطة .
'attasil bialshshurta .
 
 
 
 
Your papers, please.
‫أوراقك ، من فضلك .
'awraqik , min fadlik .
Your licence / license (am.), please.
‫إجازة القيادة، من فضلك .
'iijazat alqiadati, min fadlik .
Your registration, please.
‫أوراق السيارة، من فضلك .
'awraq alssiarati, min fadlik .
 
 
 
 
 


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