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Arabic Sentences about The Time with English

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اِنَّھَا السَّاعَۃُ وِفٛقًا لِسَاعَتِیٛ
(inna has sa’eto wifqan lisa’eti)
It’s 7 o’clock according to my watch.
ھَذِہِ السَّاعَۃُ مُنٛتَظِمَۃٌ جِدًّا فِی سَیٛرِھَا
(hazihis sa’eto montazimaton jiddan fi syiriha)
This watch work very correctly.
ھَلِ الٛوَقٛتُ مُتَأَخِّرٌ؟
(halil waqto motakhiron?)
Is it late?
مَازَالَ الٛوَقٛتُ مُکَبِّرًا
(mazalal wqzto mokbiran)
 It’s too early.
لَقَدٛ کَانَ وَقٛتُ النُّھُوٛضِ
(la qad kana wqton nohodo)
It is time to get up.
سَتَدُقُ السَّاعَۃُالسَّابِعَۃَحَالاً
(satadoqos sa’etos sa’ebi’eta Haln(
The watch
اِنَّہُ مُنٛتَصَفُ اللَّیٛلُ
(innho montasafol lailo)
It is midnight.
جِئٛتَ فِی الٛوَقٛتِ الٛمُنَاسِبِ
(jita fil waqtil monasibi)
You have come at the right time.
أَیُّ یَوٛمٍ ھَذَا
(ayo yawmin haza)
What day is it today?
مَا ھُوَالتَّارِیٛخُ الٛیَوٛمَ؟
(ma howat tarikhol ywma)
What is the date today?
ھَلٛ عِنٛدَکَ تَقٛوِیٛمٌ؟
(hl e’ndaka taqwimon?)
Do you have a calendar?
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Arabic Sentences about The Time with English

Arabic Sentences about The Time with English Arabic Sentences about The Time with English