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Arabic Dialogue: At the Shoe Shop Posted by on Jul 23, 2010 in Arabic Language, Vocabulary

In this post, I present a short dialogue of a situation at the shop, buying shoes (حذاء). It should be noted that the word shoes in English is plural, while the Arabic word (حذاء) is singular.

سلمى: مساء الخير.

البائع: مساء النور.

سلمى: من فضلك، أريد قياس الحذاء البني والمقاس هو 38.

البائع: لحظة واحدة ….. تقضلي.

سلمى: شكراً. الحذاء مناسب. كم السعر من فضلك؟

البائع: السعر مائة جنيه.

سلمى: تفضل. شكراً.


Salma: Good evening!

The seller: Good evening!

Salma: Can I try the brown shoes, size 38 please?

The seller: One moment …. Here you are!

Salma: Thank you. The shoes are suitable. How much is it please?

The seller: one hundred pounds.

Salma: Here you are! Thank you!

Other useful words:

Blouse = بلوزة

Trousers = بنطلون

Shirt =  قميص

Skirt =  تنورة

Too long =  طويل جداً

Too short = قصير جداً

Too wide = واسع جداً

Too tight = ضيق جداً

How much = بكم

Please = من فضلك

Here you are =  تفضل

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