By Lydia Sciriha
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Extra resources for Beginning Maltese
1 wielied (m) , walida (f) 2. iewgt 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 tlett erbat liamest sitt sebat tmint disat gliaxart A polysyllabic noun wielied (m) , walida (f) iewg tliet erba' liames sitt seba' tmien disa' gliaxar 71 The numbers 11-19 remain the same when followed by either a monosyllabic and/or polysyllabic nouns. g. g. g. g . g . g . g . mija u tmintax-il tifel 118 boys How TO T ELL THE TIME Once you know the cardinal numbers it is not at all difficult to learn how to go about telling the time in Maltese .
They make a lot of noise. Jiena nixtri Iiafna laring. I buy many oranges. Huwa jliobb is-sigar il-kbar. He loves the big trees. Hija tpoggi s-siggijiet fiI-kamra tal-banju. She puts the chairs in the bathroom. 7. Alina nalidmu kuljum . We work every day. 8. Jiena nsajjar kull nhar ta' Sibt. I cook every Saturday. 9. Huwa jisraq Iiafna flus . He steals a lot of money. 10. Alina naglitu Iiafna laring u langas. We give a lot of oranges and pears. 11. Huma jnobbu I-klieb u I-qtates. They love the dogs and the cats.
Maria has a house in the countryside . 2. Mario has a cat, a dog and a duck in his garden . 3 . The mother and the father are on the grandmother's roof. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Carmen 's daughter has a big box under the bed . The grandfather's pipe is on the kitchen table. Maria's husband is right. How are you today? Fine thank you . Who is that boy? He is Francesco's cousin. Where is Mark? He is in Mario's sitting room. Exercise Two 1. It-tifel hu wara s-siggu . 2. II-kelb hu fuq il-bejt. 3. 4. 5. 6.