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100 [one hundred]

Adverbs

 


‫100 [مائة]‬

‫الظروف‬

 

 
already – not yet
‫حصل مرة– لم يحصل قط‬
hasala marra - lam yahsol kat
Have you already been to Berlin?
‫هل حصل لك مرة أن كنت في برلين؟‬
hal hasala laka marratan an konta fii berliin?
No, not yet.
‫لا، لم يحصل قط.‬
laa, lam yahsol kat
 
 
 
 
someone – no one
‫أحد – لا أحد‬
ahad- la ahad
Do you know someone here?
‫أتعرف أحدًا هنا؟‬
ataearif ahadan honaa?
No, I don’t know anyone here.
‫لا، لا أعرف أحدًا هنا.‬
laa, laa aearef ahadan honaa
 
 
 
 
a little longer – not much longer
‫مازال – لم يعد‬
maazaal - lam yaeaod
Will you stay here a little longer?
‫هل ستستمر في البقاء هنا طويلاً؟‬
hal satastamerro fil bakaa'i tawiilan?
No, I won’t stay here much longer.
‫لا، لن أبقى هنا لأطول بتاتا.‬
laa, lan abkaa honaa l'atwal btaatan
 
 
 
 
something else – nothing else
‫شيء آخر – لا شيء أكثر‬
shay'on aakhar - laa shay'a akthar
Would you like to drink something else?
‫أتريد أن تشرب شيئـًا آخر؟‬
atoriido an tashraba shay'an aakhar?
No, I don’t want anything else.
‫لا، لا أريد أي شيء آخر.‬
laa , laa oriido shay'an aakhar
 
 
 
 
something already – nothing yet
‫شيء حصل – لم يحصل‬
shay'on hasala -lam yahsol
Have you already eaten something?
‫هل حصل أن أكلت شيئـًا؟‬
hal hasala an akalta shay'an?
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet.
‫لا، لم يحصل أن أكلت أي شيء.‬
laa, lam yahsol an akalto shay'an
 
 
 
 
someone else – no one else
‫مازال أحد – ليس من أحد‬
maazaal ahad - layssa men ahad
Does anyone else want a coffee?
‫هل مازال أحد يريد قهوة؟‬
hal maazaal ahadon yoriid kahwa?
No, no one else.
‫لا، ليس من أحد.‬
laa, layssa men ahad
 
 
 
 
 


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