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    Lesson 5

    CONTENTS
    Home
    Introduction
    The Basics of Arabic
    Rules of Transliteration
    This is Arabic
    Grammar
    About
    LESSONS
    01 Hello & Goodbye
    02 Counting
    03 Meeting People
    04 In the Hotel
    05 In the Restaurant
    06 Writing Arabic Part I
    07 Writing Arabic Part II
    08 Writing Arabic Part III
    09 Writing Arabic Part IV
    10 My Name is Issam
    10B Word List
    11 Local Coffee Shop
    11b Word List
    12 Fixing Cars
    12b Word List
    13 Cookies
    13b Word List
    14 My Marriage
    14b Word List
    BONUS VOCABULARY
    01 Bonus Vocabulary (A)
    02 Bonus Vocabulary (B)
    03 Bonus Vocabulary (C)
    04 Bonus Vocabulary (D)
    05 Bonus Vocabulary (E)
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    5. In the Restaurant

     

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    masā' al-khayr

    Good evening


    Listen

    hal tatakallumul inkliziyya?

    Do you speak English?


    Listen

    hal tatakallumul faransiyya?

    Do you speak French?


    Listen

    yā nādil

    Waiter!


    Listen

    qā'imatu t-ta'ām, min fadlik
     

    Could I/we see the menu, please


    Listen

    hal ma'akum bīra?

    Have you got beer?


    Listen

    lā ta'kulul lahm wa-lāl bayda

    She doesn't eat meat, nor eggs


    Listen

    lā ya'kulul lahm wa-lāl bayda

    He doesn't eat meat, nor eggs


    Listen

    lā a'kulul lahm wa-lāl bayda

    I don't eat meat, nor eggs


    Listen

    lahmul khurūf lī, min fadlik. wa salata

    Lamb for me, thank you. And salad


    Listen

    'al-kuskus lī, min fadlik. wa kūkā kūlā

    Couscous for me, thank you. And a Coca Cola


    Listen

    lahmul jamal, min fadlik. wa qanīnatul mā'

    Camel meat, thank you. And a bottle of water


    Listen

    lahmud dijāj mashwiyy wa-rūz wa salata mashwiyya lī

    Grilled chicken with rice, and fried salad for me


    Listen

    āis krīm, qahwa, wal fawākih lī kull, min fadlik

    Ice cream, coffee, and fruits for all, thank you


    Listen

    'al-fātūra, min fadlik

    The bill, please


    Listen

    hal mumkin daf'u ma'a bitāqati l-i'āra

    Is it possible to pay with credit card?


    Listen

    Ma'a salāma
     

    Good bye (meaning: Go without fear)


    Listen

    ilāl liqā'
     

    So long; Until the next time



    Grammar: Gender

    There are only two genders to Arabic, masculine and feminine. The implementation of these two are in most of the cases very simple. You take the masculine form, and add the ending "-a" to it. Then it is a feminine noun. F. ex.:

    mudarris (masc.) — mudarrisa (fem.) [teacher]

    kitāb (masc.) [book] — kitāba (fem.) [the act of writing]

    sā'ih (masc.) — sā'iha (fem.) [tourist]

     

    Of the three examples above, you see that the first and the third are used for a person. The second, however, is simply changing the meaning of the word, through adding the feminine "-a" at the end. This you will see over and over again in Arabic. By adding "-a", new words with new specific meanings are made.


    But you should note, when new words are made by adding "-a" at the end, there is a kin between the masculine and the feminine nouns, in respect of their meaning.

     

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