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52 [fifty-two]

In the department store


‫52 [اثنان وخمسون]‬

‫فى المتجر‬


Shall we go to the department store?
‫أنذهب إلى متجر؟‬
ianadhhab 'iilaa mtajr?
I have to go shopping.
‫علي أن أتبضّع / أتسوّق.‬
eli 'an atbdde / atswwq.
I want to do a lot of shopping.
‫أود شراء الكثير.‬
awd shira' alkathira.
Where are the office supplies?
‫أين هي اللوازم المكتبية؟‬
ayn hi allawazim almuktbit?
I need envelopes and stationery.
‫أحتاج إلى مغلفات وورق رسائل.‬
ahitaj 'iilaa mughlafat wawaraq rasayila.
I need pens and markers.
‫أحتاج إلى أقلام ناشفة وأقلام تعليم.‬
ahitaj 'iilaa 'aqlam nashifat wa'aqlam taelima.
Where is the furniture?
‫أين هي أمتعة البيت / الأثاث؟‬
ayn hi 'amtieat albayt / al'athatha?
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers.
‫أحتاج إلى خزانة ألبسة وخزانةذات أدراج.‬
ahitaj 'iilaa khizanat 'albisat wakhazantidhat 'adraj.
I need a desk and a bookshelf.
‫أحتاج إلى مكتب وخزانة ذات رفوف.‬
ahitaj 'iilaa maktab wakhizanat dhat rufuf.
Where are the toys?
‫أين هي الألعاب؟‬
ayn hi al'aleab?
I need a doll and a teddy bear.
‫أحتاج إلى دمية ودب من االقماش.‬
iahitaj 'iilaa damiyat wadabin min aalqamash.
I need a football and a chess board.
‫أحتاج إلى كرة قدم وشطرنج.‬
ahitaj 'iilaa kurat qadam washatrnj.
Where are the tools?
‫أين هي العدة؟‬
ayn hi aled?
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers.
‫أحتاج إلى شاكوش وكماشة.‬
ahitaj 'iilaa shakush wakimashata.
I need a drill and a screwdriver.
‫أحتاج إلى مثقاب وإلى مفك براغي.‬
ahitaj 'iilaa mithqab wa'iilaa mafak braghy.
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department?
‫أين هي المجوهرات؟‬
ayn hi almujawharat?
I need a chain and a bracelet.
‫أحتاج إلى سلسلة وإلى سوار.‬
ahitaj 'iilaa silsilat wa'iilaa sawar.
I need a ring and earrings.
‫أحتاج ‘لى خاتم وإلى أقراط.‬
ahitaj 'laa khatim wa'iilaa 'aqrat.

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