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93 [ninety-three]

Subordinate clauses: if

 


‫93 (ثلاثة وتسعون)

‫الجمل الثانوية مع إنْ

 

 
I don’t know if he loves me.
‫لا أدري إن كان يحبني.
la 'adri 'iin kan yahbini.
I don’t know if he’ll come back.
‫لا أدري إن كان سيعود.
la 'adri 'iin kan sayaeud.
I don’t know if he’ll call me.
‫لا أدري إن كان سيتصل بي.
la 'adri 'iin kan sayatasil bi.
 
 
 
 
Maybe he doesn’t love me?
‫أيحبني، يا ترى؟
ayahabbini, ya taraa?
Maybe he won’t come back?
‫هل سيعود، يا ترى؟
hal sayaeuda, ya taraa?
Maybe he won’t call me?
‫هل سيتصل بي، يا ترى؟
hal sayatasil bi, ya taraa?
 
 
 
 
I wonder if he thinks about me.
‫إني أتساءل إن كان يفكر بي.
'inni 'atasa'al 'iin kan yufakkir bi.
I wonder if he has someone else.
‫إني أتساءل عما إذا كانت لديه صديقة أخرى.
'inni 'atasa'al eamma 'iidha kanat ladayh sadiqat 'ukhraa.
I wonder if he lies.
‫إني أتساءل عما إذا كان يكذب.
'inni 'atasa'al eamma 'iidha kan yukdhib.
 
 
 
 
Maybe he thinks of me?
‫هل يفكر بي، يا ترى؟
hal yufakkir bi, ya taraa?
Maybe he has someone else?
‫هل لديه صديقة أخرى، يا ترى؟
hal ladayh sadiqat 'ukhraa, ya taraa?
Maybe he tells me the truth?
‫هل يقول الحقيقة، يا ترى؟
hal yaqul alhaqiqat, ya taraa?
 
 
 
 
I doubt whether he really likes me.
‫إني أشك فيما إذا كان يحبني حقاً.
'inni 'ashukk fima 'iidha kan yahubbini hqaan.
I doubt whether he’ll write to me.
‫إني أشك فيما إذا كان سيكتب لي.
'inni 'ashukk fima 'iidha kan sayaktub li.
I doubt whether he’ll marry me.
‫إني أشك فيما إذا كان سيتزوجني.
'inni 'ashukk fima 'iidha kan sayatazawwajani.
 
 
 
 
Does he really like me?
‫أتساءل إن كنت حقاً أعجبه.
'atasa'al 'iin kunt hqaan 'aejabah.
Will he write to me?
‫سيكتب لي. أتساءل إن كان حقاً
sayaktab li. 'atasa'al 'iin kan hqaan
Will he marry me?
‫أتساءل إن كان حقاً سيتزوجني.
'atasa'al 'iin kan hqaan sayatazawwajani.
 
 
 
 
 


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