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100 [one hundred]



‫100 [مائة]‬



already – not yet
‫في وقت مضى ـــ أبداً / ليس بعد‬
fi waqt madaa abdaan / lays bed
Have you already been to Berlin?
‫هل سبق أن كنت في برلين؟‬
hl sbq 'an kunt fi barlin
No, not yet.
someone – no one
‫أحد ما ـــ لا أحد‬
ahad ma la ahd
Do you know someone here?
‫أتعرف أحداً هنا؟‬
ataerif ahdaan huna
No, I don’t know anyone here.
‫لا، لا أعرف أحداً.‬
la, la 'aerif ahdaan
a little longer – not much longer
‫لا يزال ـــ لم يعد‬
la yazal lm yed
Will you stay here a little longer?
‫هل ستبقى طويلاً هنا؟‬
hl satabqaa twylaan huna
No, I won’t stay here much longer.
‫لا، لن أطيل البقاء هنا.‬
la, ln 'util albaqa' huna
something else – nothing else
‫شيء آخر ـــ لاأكثر من.‬
shi' akhar laakthr mn
Would you like to drink something else?
‫أترغب في تناول مشروب إضافي؟‬
atarghab fi tanawal mmashrub 'iidafy
No, I don’t want anything else.
‫لا، لا أريد أكثر من ذلك.‬
la, la 'urid 'akthar min dhalik
something already – nothing yet
‫قد ... ـــ ليس بعد‬
qad lays bed
Have you already eaten something?
‫هل أكلت شيئاً ؟‬
hl 'akalt shyyaan
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet.
‫لا، لم آكل شيئاً بعد.‬
la, lm akal shyyaan baeid
someone else – no one else
‫أحد ما ـــ لا أحد‬
ahad ma la ahd
Does anyone else want a coffee?
‫هل هناك أحديريدقهوة؟‬
hl hunak 'ahdiridqhu
No, no one else.
‫لا، لا أحد.‬
la, la 'ahd

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