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الضمائر الشخصية \ personal pronouns
.......

I أنا

YOU أنتما -أنتم - أنت

He هو

She هي

It هو أو هي لغير العاقل

We نحن

They هما أو هم

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ضمائر الإشارة \ the demonstative pronouns
.......
This هذا

That ذاك

These هؤلاء

Those أولئك
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الضمائر الموصولة \ relatives pronouns
.......
Who الذي - التي \للفاعل

Whom الذي - التي \للمفعول

Whose الذي - التي \ للمالك

Which الذي - التي \لغير العاقل

That الذي - التي \للعاقل ولغير العاقل
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ضمائر الملكية \ the possessive pronouns
.......
My ي \ المتكلم

Mine لي

Your ك \المخاطب

Yours لك

His هـ للغائب أو له

Her هـا \الغائبة

Hers لها

Its هـ-لها-له-لها \لغير العاقل

Our نا ولنا مع إضافة حرف الأس

Yours لكم

Their هما -هم-هن \لغير العاقل

Theirs لهما-لهم-لهن \لغير العاقل
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الضمائر غير المحددة \ Indefinite pronouns
.........
Anything أي شيء

Anybody أي شخص

Anyone أي أحد

One أحد

None لا أحد

All جميع

Other الآخر

Something شيء ما

Somebody شخص ما

Someone أحد ما

Nothing لا شيء

Nobody لا أحد

No one لا أحد

Everything كل شيء

Another الآخر

Much كثير

Less قليل

Enough كاف

Either أي

Neither لاهذا ولا ذاك

several عديد

Everybody كل شخص

Everyone كل فرد

A few قليل \للعدد

A little قليل \للكمية

Each كل

Many كثير

Both كلا الأثنين

ظرف الزمان والمكان \ Adverbs
........
Behind خلف

Where أين

To the left شمالآ

To the right يمينآ

Till حتى

When متى

Now الآن

Often غالبآ

Late متأخرآ

Early باكرآ

At last أخيرآ

Beside بجانب

Under تحت

After بعد

Above فوق

Soon قريبا -حالآ

At night ليلا

Sometimes أحيانا

Later on لاحقآ

Here هنا

Until لغاية

Through خلال

Recently قريبا

There هناك

Tomorrow غدآ

Nearly تقريبآ

Backward إلى الوراء

Forward إلى الأمام

Eastward شرقآ

Westward غربآ

Northward شمالا

Southward جنوبا

Beyond وراء

In front of أمام

Afterwards فيما بعد

Before قبل
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أحرف الجر والعطف \ Prepositions and conjunctions
...........
Only فقط

If إذا

At عند

To إلى

From من

For لأجل

Some بعض

In في

By بـ

On على

Out خارجآ

Unless إلا إذا

And و

With مع

Then ثم

Into من داخل

Of من

Off بعيدآ عن

Upon على

Most معظم

Not لا,لن

Never أبدآ

Within بداخل

Without بدون

Perhaps ربما

Probably من المحتمل
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الأعداد \ The numbers
..........
Zero صفر

One واحد

Two اثنين

Three ثلاثة

Four أربعة

Five خمسة

Six ستة

Seven سبعة

Eight ثمانية

Nine تسعة

Ten عشرة

Eleven أحد عشر

Twelve اثنا عشر

Thirteen ثلاثة عشر

Fourteen أربعة عشر

Fifteen خمسة عشر

Sixteen ستة عشر

Seventeen سبعة عشر

Eighteen ثمانية عشر

Nineteen تسعة عشر

Twenty عشرون

Twenty one واحد وعشرون

Thirty ثلاثون

Thirty one واحد وثلاثون

Fourty أربعون

Fourty one واحد وأربعون

Fifty خمسون

Fifty one واحد وخمسون

Sixty ستون

Sixty one واحد وستون

Seventy سبعون

Seventy one واحد وسبعون

Eighty ثمانون

Eighty one واحد وثمانون

Ninety تسعون

Ninety one واحد وتسعون

One hundred مئة

Two hundred مئتان

One thosand ألف

One million مليون
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الأجزاء والمضاعفات \ The parts and the multiples
...........
One-tenth العشر

One-nineth التسع

One-eighth الثمن

One-seventh السبع

One-sixth السدس

One-fifth الخمس

One-forth الربع

One-third الثلث

Half النصف

Three quarters ثلاثة أرباع

Once مرة

Twice مرتان

Three times ثلاث مرات

Several times عدة مرات

Double ضعف

Triple ثلاثة أضعاف

Quadruple أربعة أضعاف
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الأوزان والمقاييس \ Weighte and measurements
..........
Hectare هكتار

Mile ميل

Kilometer كيلو متر

Decimeter دسيمتر
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Centimeter سنتيمتر

Milimeter مليمتر

Ton طن

Pound رطل

Gram غرام

Measure مقياس

[center]الأيام \ The days
.........
Saturday السبت

Sunday الأحد

Monday الأثنين

Tuesday الثلاثاء

Wednesday الأربعاء

Thursday الخميس

Friday الجمعة
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الفصول \ The seasons
.........
Winter الشتاء

Spring الربيع

Summer الصيف

Autumn الخريف
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الأشهر \ The months
........
January كانون الثاني

February شباط

March آذار

April نيسان

May أيار

June حزيران

July تموز

August آب

September أيلول

October تشرين الأول

November تشرين الثاني

December كانون الأول
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الطقس \ The weather
..........
Fine weather طقس جميل

Bad weather طقس رديء

Clear weather طقس صافي

Calm weather طقس هادئ

It is warm الطقس حار

It is cold الطقس بارد

Cloudy غائم

Stormy عاصف

Frosty مصقع

Foggy ضباب

Thermometer ميزان الحرارة

Barometer مقياس الضغط الجوي

Temperature درجة الحرارة

Humidity درجة الرطوبة

It is raining إنها تمطر

It is snowing إنها تثلج

It thunders إنها ترعد

It lightens إنها تبرق

الأوقات \ The Dates
..........
Century قرن

Year سنة

Season فصل

Month شهر

Week أسبوع

Day يوم

Hour ساعة

Minute دقيقة

Second ثانية

Moment لحظة

Day نهار

Night ليل

Morning صباح

In the morning في الصباح

At daytime في النهار

At night في الليل

Today هذا اليوم

Noon ظهر

Afternoon بعد الظهر

Evening مساء

Midnight منتصف الليل

Yesterday أمس

Tomorrow غدآ

Dawn الفجر

Sunrise شروق الشمس

Sunset غروب الشمس

Last year السنة الماضية

Last week الأسبوع الماضي

Last night الليلة الماضية

Next month الشهر القادم

In a day في يوم من الأيام

Time وقت

Time is over انتهى الوقت
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الصفات \ Adjectives
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Bitter مر

Sour حامض

Sweet حلو

New جديد

Old قديم

Small صغير

Big كبير

Easy سهل

Difficult صعب

Short قصير

Long طويل

Narrow ضيق

Large واسع

Fat سمين

Thin نحيل

Ugly قبيح

Beautiful جميل

Slow بطيء

Quick سريع

Weak ضعيف

Wide عريض

Strong قوي

Smooth ناعم

Rough خشن

Dark مظلم

Cute ظريف

Sick مريض

Hard صلب

Kind لطيف

Cheap رخيص

Expensive غالي

High عالي

Low منخفض

Incomplete ناقص

Young شاب

Near قريب

Far بعيد

Good جيد

Bad رديء

True صحيح

Jealous غيور

Lazy كسلان

Coward جبان

Brave شجاع

Active نشيط

Busy مشغول

Free غير مشغول

Light فاتح

Dark غامق
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الأعمار \ The age
..........
Baby طفل-طفلة

Boy صبي

Young man شاب

Young girl صبية

Old man عجوز

Old women عجوزة

Unmarried أعزب-عزباء

Married متزوج-متزوجة

Widower أرمل

Widow أرملة

Childhood طفولة

Manhood رجولة

Old age شيخوخة
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اشارات وملاحظات \ Signs and notices
..........
No smoking ممنوع التدخين

No admittance ممنوع الدخول

Exite المخرج

Exite only للخروج فقط

No passage ممنوع المرور

No parking ممنوع الوقوف

Wet paint احذر الدهان

Military zone منطقة عسكرية

Push ادفع

pull اسحب

Road closed الطريق مسدود

Drive slowly سر على مهل

Wipe your feet امسح حذاءك

التحية \ Greetings
..........
How do you do ? مرحبا

Good day طاب يومكم

Good morning صباح الخير

Good evening مساء الخير

How are you كيف حالك

Fine على مايرام

I am not well لست على مايرام

How is the family كيف حال العائلة

Good night, sir تصبح على خير سيدي

I am pleased to meet you أنا سعيد بمقابلتك

Good luck حظآ سعيدآ

So long إلى اللقاء

See you later أراك قريبا

Welcome أهلا وسهلا

Good afternoon أسعد الله أوقاتكم

Happy dream أحلام سعيدة

Happy birthday عيد ميلاد سعيد
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التعجب \ Exclzmation
..........
Good heavens ! ماهذا

Oh lord ! ياإلهي

Goodness ! يالطيف

Splendid رائع

How glorious ! ياللروعة

Amazing ! مدهش

Strange ! غريب

Shame ! ياللعار

Terrible ! فظيع

Nonsense هراء
....................
الشك \ Uncertainly
..........
No كلا

Never أبدا

This is impossible هذا مستحيل

I don't believe it لاأصدق

I am not quite sure لست متأكدا تماما

I can't لا أستطيع

I don't want لاأعرف بالضبط

I don't think so لا اظن

Maybe ربما

I don't quite know لاأعرف بالضبط

I have no idea لافكرة عندي

I don't know for sure لاأعرف على وجه التأكيد

[center]الألوان \ Colours
..........
Blue أزرق

White أبيض

Yellow أصفر

Red أحمر

Green أخضر

Black أسود

Brown بني

Grey رمادي

Violet بنفسجي

Rosy وردي

Golden ذهبي

Orange برتقالي

Dark غامق

Fade فاتح

Chestnut كستنائي

Sky blue سماوي

Blonde أشقر

Purple أرجواني

Sea green فستقي

blackish مائل إلى السواد

Whitish مائل إلى البياض
....................
الجسم \ Body
..........
Head رأس

Hair شعر

Forehead جبين

Neck رقبة

Chin ذقن

Eye عين

Eye lid جفن

Eye lashes أهداب العين

Cheek خد

Nose خشم

Ear إذن

Mouth فم

Lip شفة

Tooth سن

Tongue لسان

Gum لثة

Jaw فك

Larynx حنجرة

Throat حلق

Face وجه

Arm ذراع

Hand يد

Finger اصبع

Fist قبضة اليد

Nails أظافر

Wrist رسغ

Shoulder كتف

Elbow كوع

Breast صدر

Lungs الرئتين

Heart قلب

Back ظهر

Belly بطن

Ribs أضلاع

Stomach معدة

Intestines امعاء

Liver كبد

Side جنب

Muscle عضلة

Nerve عصب

Blood دم

Tears دموع

Flesh لحم

Fat شحم

Bones عظام

Marrow نخاع

Brain دماغ

Skin جلد

Leg ساق

Thigh فخذ

Knee ركبة

Foot قدم

Heel كعب

Toe اصبع القدم

الحيوان \ The animals
..........
Rabbit أرنب

Lioness لبوة

Lion أسد

Parrot ببغاء

Cow بقرة

Owl بوم

Partridge حجل

Monkey سعدان

Horse حصان

Tiger نمر

Tigress نمرة

Wolf ذئب

Turtle سلحفاة

Bull ثور

Bear دب

Camel جمل

Elephant فيل

Dog كلب

Cat هر

Deer غزال

Buffalo جاموس

Donkey حمار

Mule بغل

Squirrel سنجاب

Fox ثعلب

Hyena ضبع

Pigeon حمامة

Mare فرس

Sheep خروف

Peacock طاووس

Mouse فار

Rat جرذ

Cock ديك

Canary كناري

Eagle عقاب

Duck بطة

Snake أفعى

Gooze وزة

Falcon صقر

Zebra حمار الوحش

Pig خنزير

Giraffe زرافة

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Crocodile تمساح

Panther فهد

Scorpion عقرب

Frog ضفدع

Fish سمك

Bat وطواط

Ostrish نعامة

Crow غراب

Mosquito بعوضة

Insect حشرة

Fly ذبابة

Butterfly فراشة

Ant نملة
..............................
الأهل والأقارب \ Parents and relatives
...............
Father أب

Mother أم

Brother اخ

Sister اخت

Son ابن

Daughter ابنة

Nephew ابن الاخ أو الأخت

Niece ابنة الأخ أو الأخت

Cousin ابن أو ابنة الخال أو العم

Sister-in-law أمرأة الأخ

Grandfather جد

Grandmother جدة

Grandson حفيد

Granddaughter حفيدة

Mother-in-law حماة

Father-in-law حمو

Uncle خال-عم

Aunt خالة-عمة

Husband زوج

Wife زوجة

The parents الوالدان

Step mother زوج الأم

Step father زوجة الأب

Gentleman سيد

Lady سيدة
..............................
مفردات مطاعم \ In restaurnt
...............
Fork شوكة

Spoon ملعقة

Glass كأس

Bottle قنينة

Knife سكين

Cup فنجان

Dish صحن

Salt-cellar مملحة

Tea شاي

Coffee قهوة

Bread خبز

Cheese جبن

Butter زبدة

Jam مربى

Meat لحم

Vegetables خضروات

Beer بيرة

Oil زيت

Mustard خردل

Food طعام

Napkin فوطة

Cocoa كاكاو

Chocolate شوكلت

Milk حليب

Lemonade ليمون

Cyder شراب التفاح

Eggplant باذنجان

Pea بازيلا

Okra بامية

Boiled potatoes بطاطا مسلوقة

Grilled potatoes بطاطا مشوية

Boiled eggs بيض مسلوق

Fried eggs بيض مقلي

chick-peas حمص

Chicken with rice دجاج مع الرز

Rice and meat رز مع اللحم

Olives زيتون

salad سلطة

Zucchini كوسا

Yoghurt لبن

meat لحم

beans لوبياء

salt ملح

tomato طماطم

onion بصل

parsley بقدونس

Garlic ثوم

lettuce خس

cucumber خيار

radish فجل

cabbage ملفوف

mint نعناع

orange برتقال

dates تمر

apple تفاح

fig تين

plum خوخ

peach دراق

pomegranate رمان

Grapes عنب

Strawberries فراولة

cherries كرز

Apricots مشمش

Bananas موز

Tangerine يوسف افندي

Spice بهارات

Vinegar خل

oil زيت

Hot pepper فلفل حار

Cumin كمون

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