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50 [fifty]

In the swimming pool


‫50 [خمسون]‬

‫فى المسبح‬


It is hot today.
‫الجو حار اليوم.‬
eljaw haaron elyawm
Shall we go to the swimming pool?
‫هل نذهب إلى المسبح؟‬
hal nathhab ilaa elmassrah
Do you feel like swimming?
‫هل ترغب في الذهاب للسباحة؟‬
hl targhab fi aldhdhahab lilssabahati?
Do you have a towel?
‫هل معك منشفة؟‬
hal maaka menshafa?
Do you have swimming trunks?
‫هل معك مايوه رجالي؟‬
hal maaka maayooh rijaalii?
Do you have a bathing suit?
‫هل معك مايوه حريمي؟‬
hal maaka maayooh hariimii?
Can you swim?
‫هل تستطيع السباحة؟‬
hal tastatiio essibaaha?
Can you dive?
‫هل تستطيع الغطس؟‬
hal tastatiio elghatss?
Can you jump in the water?
‫هل تستطيع القفز في الماء؟‬
hal tastatiio elkafez fil maa?
Where is the shower?
‫أين الدُش؟‬
ayna edoshsh?
Where is the changing room?
‫أين كابينة تغيير الملابس؟‬
ayna kaabiinat taghiir elmalaabes?
Where are the swimming goggles?
‫أين نظارة السباحة؟‬
ayna nadhdhaaraat essibaaha?
Is the water deep?
‫هل الماء عميق؟‬
hal elmaa amiik?
Is the water clean?
‫هل الماء نظيف؟‬
hal elmaa nadhiif?
Is the water warm?
‫هل الماء دافئ؟‬
hal elmaa dafi'e?
I am freezing.
‫أنا بردان.‬
ana bardaan
The water is too cold.
‫الماء بارد جداً.‬
elmaa baared jedan
I am getting out of the water now.
‫سأخرج الآن من الماء.‬
sa'akhroj elaan mina elmaa

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