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INTRODUCTION
Hala: مساء الخير
Roland: Roland here! Newbie Season 2 , Lesson 22 - How Long is the Lesson?
Ruland: Hello, and welcome to the ArabicPOD101.com , the fastest, easiest and most fun way to learn Arabic!
Hala: I'm Hala, and thanks again for being here with us for this Newbie Series S2 lesson.
Roland: In this lesson you will learn about No`s 16 to 19
Hala: This conversation takes place in the school
Roland:
Hala: The speakers are friends, therefore the speakers will be speaking Informal
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Roland: Let's listen to the conversation.
DIALOGUE
هالة: درس العربي كام ساعة في الأسبوع يا سعاد ؟
سعاد: سـبـعتاشر ، بس الأسـبوع الجاي تـسـعتاشر ، عشان عندنا إمتحان.
رولاند: احنا كمان عندِنا ساعات أكتر الأسبوع الجاي عشان الامتحان.
سعاد: درس الانجليزي و الفرنساوي كام ساعة ؟
هالة: الانجليزي ستـاشر ، و الفرنساوي تقريباً تـمـنـتاشر ساعة.
سعاد: عادة الدرس كام ساعة ؟
هالة: على حسب ، تلاتـاشر أو أربعتاشر.
سعاد: حظ سعيد !
رولاند: شكراً ، و انتي كمان ، مع السلامة.
English Host: Let’s hear the conversation one time slowly.
A: dars ʾil- ʿarabī kām sāʿh fī ʾil-ʾusbūʿ yā Suʿād ?
B: sabaʿtāšr ,bas ʾil-ʾusbūʿ ʾilgāy tisiʿtāšr , ʿašān ʿandinā ʾimtiḥān
C: ʾiḥnā kamān ʿandinā sāʿāt ʾktar ʾil-ʾusbūʿ ʾilgāy ʿašān ʾil-ʾimtiḥān
B: dars ʾil-ʾinglīzī wi ʾilfaransāwī kām sāʿh ?
A: ʾil-ʾinglīzī sittāšr ,wil-faransāwī taʾrīban tamantāšr sāʿh
B: ʿādatan ʾid-dars kām sāʿh ?
A: ʿalā ḥāsab , talattāšr ʾw ʾrbaʿtāšr
B: ḥaz saʿīd !
C: šūkran , wintī kamān , maʿa ʾis-salāmh
English Host: Now let’s hear it with the English translation.
هالة: درس العربي كام ساعة في الأسبوع يا سعاد ؟
Roland: How many hours a week is the Arabic lesson, Soad?
سعاد: سـبـعتاشر ، بس الأسـبوع الجاي تـسـعتاشر ، عشان عندنا إمتحان.
Roland: Seventeen, but next week it's nineteen because we have an exam.
رولاند: احنا كمان عندِنا ساعات أكتر الأسبوع الجاي عشان الامتحان.
Roland: We also have more hours next week because of the exam.
سعاد: درس الانجليزي و الفرنساوي كام ساعة ؟
Roland: How many hours for the English and French lessons?
هالة: الانجليزي ستـاشر ، و الفرنساوي تقريباً تـمـنـتاشر ساعة.
Roland: The English is sixteen, and French is about eighteen.
سعاد: عادة الدرس كام ساعة ؟
Roland: Usually, how many hours is the lesson?
هالة: على حسب ، تلاتـاشر أو أربعتاشر.
Roland: It depends, thirteen or fourteen.
سعاد: حظ سعيد !
Roland: Good luck!
رولاند: شكراً ، و انتي كمان ، مع السلامة.
Roland: Thanks, and to you too. Good-bye.
VOCAB LIST
Roland: Let's take a look at the vocabulary for this lesson.
: The first word we shall see is:
Hala: ستـاشر [natural native speed]
Roland: sixteen (16) (Egyptian Arabic)
Hala: ستـاشر [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Hala: ستـاشر [natural native speed]
: Next:
Hala: سبعتاشر [natural native speed]
Roland: seventeen (17) (Egyptian Arabic)
Hala: سبعتاشر [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Hala: سبعتاشر [natural native speed]
: Next:
Hala: تمنتاشر [natural native speed]
Roland: eighteen (18) (Egyptian Arabic)
Hala: تمنتاشر [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Hala: تمنتاشر [natural native speed]
: Next:
Hala: تسعتاشر [natural native speed]
Roland: nineteen (19) (Egyptian Arabic)
Hala: تسعتاشر [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Hala: تسعتاشر [natural native speed]
: Next:
Hala: إمتحان [natural native speed]
Roland: exam, test
Hala: إمتحان [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Hala: إمتحان [natural native speed]
: Next:
Hala: أسبوع [natural native speed]
Roland: week
Hala: أسبوع [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Hala: أسبوع [natural native speed]
: Next:
Hala: جاي [natural native speed]
Roland: coming, next (Egyptian Arabic)
Hala: جاي [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Hala: جاي [natural native speed]

Outro

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Hala: مع السلامة

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Hi Larry, Glade to see its working for you, the good thing is that you can the Egyptian dialect to communicate with anyone from the Arabic world, they all speak and understand it perfectly, and I'm sure would be very delighted to use it with you, if you need any help with specific words, don't hesitate to ask on the forum !