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50 [fifty]

In the swimming pool
‫50 [خمسون]‬

‫فى المسبح‬
 
It is hot today.
‫الجو حار اليوم.‬
‫algu xhar alium
Shall we go to the swimming pool?
‫هل نذهب إلى المسبح؟‬
‫x'l ndhx'b i'ljh almsbxh
Do you feel like swimming?
‫هل ترغب في الذهاب للسباحة؟‬
‫x'l trghb fi aldhx'ab llsbaxhah
 
Do you have a towel?
Do you have swimming trunks?
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Can you swim?
Can you dive?
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Where is the shower?
Where is the changing room?
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Is the water deep?
Is the water clean?
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I am freezing.
The water is too cold.
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