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94 [ninety-four]

Conjunctions 1


‫94 [أربعة وتسعون]‬

‫أدوات الربط 1‬


Wait until the rain stops.
‫انتظر حتى يتوقف المطر.‬
anatazir hataa yatawaqaf almatra.
Wait until I’m finished.
‫انتظر ، حتى أصبح جاهزاً.‬
antzir , hataa 'asbah jahzaan.
Wait until he comes back.
‫انتظر حتى يعود.‬
anatazir hataa yaeuda.
I’ll wait until my hair is dry.
‫سأنتظر حتى يجف شعري.‬
s'antazir hataa yajif shieri.
I’ll wait until the film is over.
‫سأنتظر حتى ينتهي الفيلم.‬
s'antazir hataa yantahi alfilum.
I’ll wait until the traffic light is green.
‫سأنتظر حتى تصبح الإشارة خضراء.‬
s'antazir hataa tusbih al'iisharat khdra'.
When do you go on holiday?
‫متى ستسافر في إجازة ؟‬
mtaa satusafir fi 'iijaza ?
Before the summer holidays?
‫قبل أن تبدأ العطلة الصيفية.‬
qbil 'an tabda aleutlat alsayfiata.
Yes, before the summer holidays begin.
‫نعم ، قبل بداية العطلة الصيفية.‬
neam , qabl bidayat aleutlat alsayfiata.
Repair the roof before the winter begins.
‫اصلح السقف قبل أن يأتي الشتاء.‬
asalih alsaqf qabl 'an yati alshitaa'.
Wash your hands before you sit at the table.
‫إغسل يديك قبل أن تجلس إلى الطاولة.‬
'ighasl yudayk qabl 'an tajlas 'iilaa altaawilat.
Close the window before you go out.
‫إغلق النافذة قبل أن تخرج.‬
'ighaliq alnaafidhat qabl 'an tukhrija.
When will you come home?
‫متى ستأتي إلى البيت ؟‬
mtaa satati 'iilaa albayt ?
After class?
‫بعد الدرس.‬
beud aldirsa.
Yes, after the class is over.
‫نعم ، بعد انتهاء الدرس.‬
neam , baed aintiha' aldirs.
After he had an accident, he could not work anymore.
‫بعد أن تعرض لحادث لم يعد قادراً على العمل.‬
beud 'an tuerad lihadith lm yaeud qadraan ealaa aleamal.
After he had lost his job, he went to America.
‫بعد أن خسر عمله سافرإلى أميركا.‬
beud 'an khasir eamalih safira'iilaa 'amirka.
After he went to America, he became rich.
‫بعد أن سافر إلى أميركا أصبح غنياً.‬
bed 'an safar 'iilaa 'amirka 'asbah ghnyaan.

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