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50 [fifty]

In the swimming pool

 


‫50[خمسون]‬

‫فى المسبح‬

 

 
It is hot today.
‫الطقس حار اليوم.‬
alitaqs har alyawma.
Shall we go to the swimming pool?
‫لنذهب إلى المسبح ؟‬
lnadhhab 'iilaa almusabah ?
Do you feel like swimming?
‫ألديك رغبة في السباحة؟‬
aludik raghbatan fi alsibahata?
 
 
 
 
Do you have a towel?
‫هل لديك منشفة؟‬
hl ladayk munshafata?
Do you have swimming trunks?
‫هل لديك لباس سباحة؟‬
hl ladayk libas sabahata?
Do you have a bathing suit?
‫هل لديك ثوب السباحة؟‬
hl ladayk thwb alsibahata?
 
 
 
 
Can you swim?
‫أيمكنك السباحة؟‬
ayumakank alsibahata?
Can you dive?
‫أيمكنك الغطس.‬
ayumakank alghatsa.
Can you jump in the water?
‫أيمكنك القفز في الماء؟‬
ayumakank alqafz fi alma'?
 
 
 
 
Where is the shower?
‫أين الدش؟‬
ayn aldash?
Where is the changing room?
‫أين غرفة تبديل الثياب؟‬
ayn ghurfat tabdil althyab?
Where are the swimming goggles?
‫أين نظارة السباحة؟‬
ayn nizarat alsibahat?
 
 
 
 
Is the water deep?
‫هل الماء عميق؟‬
hl alma' eamiq?
Is the water clean?
‫هل الماء نظيف؟‬
hl alma' nazayf?
Is the water warm?
‫هل الماء دافيء؟‬
hl alma' dafi'a?
 
 
 
 
I am freezing.
‫أإني أبرد.‬
'a'iiniy 'abrad.
The water is too cold.
‫الماء بارد جداً.‬
alma' barid jdaan.
I am getting out of the water now.
‫الآن سأخرج من الماء.‬
alan sa'akhruj min alma'.
 
 
 
 


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