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52 [fifty-two]

In the department store


‫52 [اثنان وخمسون]‬

‫فى المتجر‬


Shall we go to the department store?
‫هل نذهب إلى متجر؟‬
hal nadhhab ilaa matajar?
I have to go shopping.
‫يجب أن أتسوق.‬
yajibo an atassawwak
I want to do a lot of shopping.
‫أريد شراء الكثير.‬
oriido shiraa'a elkathiir
Where are the office supplies?
‫أين اللوازم المكتبية؟‬
ayna ellawaazem elmaktabiya?
I need envelopes and stationery.
‫أحتاج لظروف وورق خطابات.‬
ahtaaj ldhoroof wa warak khitaabaat?
I need pens and markers.
‫أحتاج لأقلام حبر جاف وأقلام تعليم.‬
ahtaaj laklaam heber jaaf w aklaam taaliim
Where is the furniture?
‫أين الأثاث؟‬
ayna elaathaath?
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers.
‫أحتاج إلى دولاب وأدراج.‬
ahtaaj ilaa dolaab wa adraaj
I need a desk and a bookshelf.
‫أحتاج إلى مكتب وأرفف.‬
ahtaaj ilaa maktab wa arfoff
Where are the toys?
‫أين لعب الأطفال؟‬
ayna loab elatfaal?
I need a doll and a teddy bear.
‫أحتاج إلى لعبة عروسة ولعبة دب.‬
ahtaaj ilaa loabat arooss w loabat dob
I need a football and a chess board.
‫أحتاج إلى كرة قدم وشطرنج.‬
ahtaaj ilaa korat kadam wa shetranj
Where are the tools?
‫أين أدوات العدة؟‬
ayna adawaat elodda?
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers.
‫أحتاج إلى شاكوش وكماشة.‬
ahtaaj ilaa shaakoosh w kammaasha
I need a drill and a screwdriver.
‫أحتاج إلى درل ومفك.‬
ahtaaj ilaa dorl w mifakk
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department?
‫أين المجوهرات؟‬
ayna elmojawharaat?
I need a chain and a bracelet.
‫أحتاج إلى سلسلة وسوار.‬
ahtaaj ilaa silsila w siwaar
I need a ring and earrings.
‫أحتاج إلى خاتم وحلق.‬
ahtaaj ilaa khaatam w halk

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