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الموضوع - هيا نذهب للسفر و التجول

ياني : يا للمل من العطلة اليوم !

زاي : انا ايضا. يا صديقتي , اين موس و واحيدا ؟

ياني : لحظة , ها هما موس و واحيدا .

موس : يا واحيدا هي زاي و ياني

واحيدا : نعم , السلام عليكم يا جماعة ؟

الجماعة : وعليكم السلام . الئ اين ذهبنا يا الاصدقا ؟

موس : راجعنا من جزيرة لغكاوي .

ياني : كيف المناظر في جزيرة لغكاوي ؟

واحيدا : يا لها من مناظر ساحرة و المكان الزحام

موس : انت علئ الحق . الناس كثيرون جدا .

زاي : يا سلام , الجزيرة لغكاوي مشهورة جدا .

يا ياني , هيا نذهب للسفر و التجول ؟

ياني : فكرة جيدة . انا اريد ان اذهب الئ

جزيرة لعكاوي ايضا.

زاي : نعم . يا موس , بكم لتذكرة الئ جزيرة لعكاوي ؟

موس : بثلاثون رنجيت فقط .

جماعة : طيب

المشهد :

الموضوع – الملاكمة الها تفية مع الشركة .

موس : الو السلام عليكم .

واحيدا : لماذا يا سيدي ؟

موس : انا كيري . انا من الشركة "موتيارا " .

قدمت الطلب لاعمل المبرمجة صحيح ؟

واحيدا : نعم , لماذا ؟

موس : انت محتاجة لحضور الي المقابلة الشخصية في يوم الثلاثاء .

واحيدا : في اي الساعة ؟

موس : الساعة السبعة و النصف .

واحيدا : لماذا ايضا ؟

موس : نحتاج الئ شهادتك ايضا.

واحيدا : شكر. الحمدالله

موس : عفوا . بالتوفيق و النجاح.

المشهد :

الموضوع – في الشباك الاتعلامات

واحيدا : السلام عليكم يا سيدتي .

ياني : وعليكم السلام , اي خدمة ؟

واحيدا : اين مكان المقابلة للوظيفة المبرمجة ؟

ياني : هناك في غرفة المقابلة.

واحيدا : اه ... هكذا . شكرا يا سيدتي

ياني : عفوا

المشهد :

الموضوع – ما اجمل هذه المقابلة

واحيدا : السلام عليكم يا سيدتي .

زاي : و عليكم السلام يا اختي . تفضلي بالجلوس .

واحيدا : نعم , يا سيدتي…...

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