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65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2


‫65 [خمسة وستون]‬

‫النفي 2‬


Is the ring expensive?
‫هل الخاتم غالي الثمن؟‬
hl alkhatim ghaly alththmmun
No, it costs only one hundred Euros.
‫لا، ثمنه مائة يورو فقط.‬
la, thammanh miayat ywrw faqat
But I have only fifty.
‫ولكن لا أحمل سوى خمسين.‬
wlikun la 'ahmil siwaa khamsin
Are you finished?
‫هل أنت جاهز؟‬
hl 'ant jahz
No, not yet.
‫لا، ليس بعد.‬
la, lays baed
But I’ll be finished soon.
‫ولكن قريباً أكون جاهزاً.‬
wlikunn qrybaan 'akun jahzaan
Do you want some more soup?
‫أتريد مزيداً من الحساء؟‬
atarid mzydaan min alhisa'
No, I don’t want anymore.
‫لا، لا أريد أكثر.‬
la, la 'urid 'akthar
But another ice cream.
‫ولكن المزيد من البوظة،‬
wlikan almazid min albawzata,
Have you lived here long?
‫أتسكن من زمن بعيد هنا؟‬
atasakun min zaman baeid hna
No, only for a month.
‫لا، منذ شهر فقط.‬
la, mundh shahr faqat
But I already know a lot of people.
‫ولكن تعرفت على الكثيرين.‬
wlikun taeraft ealaa alkathirin
Are you driving home tomorrow?
‫هل ستسافر غداً إلى ديارك؟‬
hl satusafir ghdaan 'iilaa dyark
No, only on the weekend.
‫لا، ليس قبل نهاية الأسبوع.‬
la, lays qabl nihayat al'usbue
But I will be back on Sunday.
‫ولكن سأعود يوم الأحد.‬
wlikan sa'aeud yawm al'ahida
Is your daughter an adult?
‫هل بلغت ابنتك سن الرشد؟‬
hl balaghat abnatuk sinn alrrishd
No, she is only seventeen.
‫لا،بلغت الآن السابعة عشرة.‬
lla,balaghat alan alssabieat eshr
But she already has a boyfriend.
‫ومع ذلك أصبح لها صديق.‬
wmie dhlk 'asbah laha sadiq

What words tell us

Worldwide there are many millions of books. How many have been written up to now is unknown. A great deal of knowledge is stored in these books. If one were to read all of them, he would know a lot about life. Because books show us how our world changes. Each era has its own books. By reading them one can identify what is important to people. Unfortunately, no one can read every book. But modern technology can help analyze books. Using digitalization, books can be stored like data. After that, the contents can be analyzed. In this way, linguists see how our language has changed. It is even more interesting, however, to count the frequency of words. By doing so, the significance of certain things can be identified. Scientists studied more than 5 million books. These were books from the last five centuries. A total of 500 billion words were analyzed. The frequency of the words shows how people lived then and now. Ideas and trends are reflected in the language. The word men has lost some meaning, for example. It is used less frequently today than it was earlier. The frequency of the word women, on the other hand, has increased significantly. One can also see what we like to eat by looking at words. The word ice cream was very important in the fifties. After that, the words pizza and pasta became popular. The term sushi has been dominant for a few years now. There is good news for all language lovers… Our language gains more words every year!

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