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  1. ltaqa' - jiltaqa'


    Form VI - VII - VIII
    XTAQ
    to meet

          

  2. agħlaqhuin us

          

  3. għaref - għarfa - għorriefadear

          

  4. tliet mija

    elfejn
    300

    2000

          

  5. aħsillu wiċċu

    aħsilhulu
    he washed my face

    he washed it for me

          

  6. ċint - ċnuttrouble, worries

          

  7. imsaħ wiċċek

    imsaħhulha
    wipe your face

    wipe it for her

          

  8. mesaħ - jimsaħ

    CCN4A - E-A
    FETAĦ

    (DAĦAQ)
    to wipe

          

  9. m'iniex

    m'intix - inti
    m'intx

    mhuwiex
    hu - mhux

    hija - mhijiex
    hi - mhix

    m'aħniex
    intom - m'intomx
    intkom - m'intkomx
    mhumiex
    to return, repeat, do again, come back

    to approach, come near

    to suck

    to lift

          

  10. (Wieħed) raġel u (waħda) mara

    raġel wieħed u mara waħda
    week

    two weeks

          

  11. quddiem it-televisionin front of tv

          

  12. huwa akbar/ikbar minni fid-daqs / fit-tulhe's bigger than me in size / height

          

  13. ħataf - jaħtaf - ħatfet
    CNN1 A

    ħataf il-waqt li jmur
    to wash

          

  14. labra - iet - labar

    labra tar-ras
    to fly

          

  15. iTWal
    iXJaħ
    iŻGĦar
    eĦFeF
    iTQaL (heavy, difficult)
    iDJaQ (narrow, tight)
    fem nouns ending in consonant (12)

          

  16. dan il-ħut bix-xewkhe washed it for you

          

  17. ġenb

    fuq il-ġenb
    he gave it (m) to you

    give them to us

          

  18. joqgħodlokhe washed it for you

          

  19. lili tani ktieb

    lilek x'tak?
    he gave Me a book

    what did he give You?

          

  20. spalla - lelsauce

          

  21. Għamlithulek xagħrek?

    Iva, għamlithuli
    Did she put the shoes on for you? (pair)

    Yes, she put them on for me

          

  22. telaq - jitlaq

    CCN4B
    TELAQ
    felaħ
    to leave, go out, abandon, leave off

          

  23. boll - bolol

    stampa - i
    to match

          

  24. ħanżir - ħnieżer
    majjal - i

    majjal

    ħanżir

    majjal
    to wash

          

  25. idħol ġewwa

    oħorġu mill-kamra tal-banju
    come inside

    come out (pl) of the bathroom

          

  26. reġa'

    jerġa' - jerġgħu

    rġajt - reġgħet

    rġajna

    reġgħu

    Unique - corruption of raġa
    RESAQ
    reda'

    refa'
    to return, repeat, do again, come back

    to approach, come near

    to suck

    to lift

          

  27. lmenta - jilmentafence, hedge

          

  28. l-inkwiettrouble, worries

          

  29. ħama (m)

    għama

    Alla, alla
    ilma


    għana
    papa
    mud, sludge, slush

    blindness

    masc nouns ending in A 6)

          

  30. għalqa - għelieqidear

          

  31. iĊKeN - people & living things
    oGĦLa
    oĦLa
    iktar - aktar - iżjed ħelu
    iBJaD
    iFJeN (high quality)
    special comparative
    v KKvK

    ċkejken
    għoli & għali
    ħelu (flavour)
    ħelu (cute)
    abjad
    fin

          

  32. msieletearrings

          

  33. ħasilhulekhe washed it for you

          

  34. qabbel - jqabbel

    v.II
    to match

          

  35. appostaon purpose

          

  36. finain us

          

  37. kien - kun - kun

    kiel - kul - kulu

    mar - mur - morru
    imperative
    to be

    to eat

    to go

          

  38. kull ma jgħid
    kulma jgħid

    kull persuna
    everything he says

    every person

          

  39. min jgħid ħaġa, u min jgħid oħrasome say one thing, and some say another

          

  40. ilbsu ż-żraben

    ilbiesniehom
    put on (pl) your shoes

    we put them on

          

  41. tahulek

    agħtihomlna
    he gave it (m) to you

    give them to us

          

  42. ġimgħa -ġimgħat

    ġimagħtejn - (nb sp)
    week

    two weeks

          

  43. mess - jmiss
    v.I

    messni fuq spallti
    to wash

          

  44. ħawwad - jħawwad

    v.II

    intom ħawwadtu dawn l-istampi kollha
    to agree, accord suit

    they couldn't agree

          

  45. għaġeb

    tal-għaġeb

    għaġġeb

    stagħġeb (v.X)
    wonder, awe OR fusspot

    wonderful

    to surprise, astonish

    to be surprised

          

  46. ħmar il-lejl - & pluralshoulder

          

  47. fetaħhielha l-ittra?

    iva, fetaħhielha
    did he open the letter for her?

    yes, he opened it for me

          

  48. għażel - jagħżel

    l-għażla

    CCN2 AGĦ1
    GĦAŻEL
    ĦADEM
    to choose

    choice

          

  49. zalza - zlazisauce

          

  50. ħabat - jaħbat - ħabtet

    CNN1 A
    QASAM

    ħabta
    to elect, choose, appoint, select

    they elected a new president

          

  51. seduċentitempting

          

  52. kunjatu - a - ifather-, mother-in-law

          

  53. Libsithulek iż-żarbun?

    Iva, libsithuli
    Did she put the shoes on for you? (pair)

    Yes, she put them on for me

          

  54. rnexxa - jirnexxi

    v. Sq
    li jirnexxi
    to succeed

    successful

          

  55. inkwieta - jinkwietatrouble, worries

          

  56. Int m'aħniex! = You are a we-are-not! =
    m'aħniex - miġnun/a/mġienen
    You are crazy!

          

  57. ġilda
    il-ġilda tiegħi nħarqet
    il-kulur tal-ġilda

    tal-ġilda
    żraben tal-ġilda
    wonder, awe OR fusspot

    wonderful

    to surprise, astonish

    to be surprised

          

  58. titjira - iet
    (sound plural)
    300

    2000

          

  59. għażeb - għewieżebbachelor

          

  60. msemmiearrings

          

  61. ħatar -jaħtar - ħatret
    CNN1 A

    ħatru president ġdid
    to elect, choose, appoint, select

    they elected a new president

          

  62. il-misraħ - imsieraħto worry

          

  63. waħħal - jwaħħal

    v.II
    to take away, remove

          

  64. nej - ja- jjinundercooked

          

  65. ħasilli wiċċi

    ħasilhuli
    he washed my face

    he washed it for me

          

  66. it-taqsimto say prayers

          

  67. għażiż - a - għeżieżdear

          

  68. serraħ - jserraħ

    CCN2

    serraħ rasek
    to succeed

    successful

          

  69. ġiżirana - ġiżirajjennecklace

          

  70. ħsilniehomlokit suits you

          

  71. rixa - iet - rixfeather

          

  72. aħsillu wiċċu lil Pawlu

    aħsilhulu
    wash his face

    wash it for him

          

  73. Tahomlok il-kotba?

    Iva, tahomli
    he gave it (m) to you

    give them to us

          

  74. ħalef - jaħlef

    BN ħalef li jwieġeb b'id tal-ħadid

    CCN2B
    QALEB (shift, turn)
    to pray, to ask, require

          

  75. RoĦoS

    CCN9A
    to become cheap, fall in price

          

  76. mingħajr ma jikteb (mingħajr + verb)
    bla ma jikteb
    to take away, remove

          

  77. Ġirbi / ja / in
    Furjaniż / a / i
    to fly

          

  78. mill-bidu tas-sena

    sal-bidu
    since the beginning of the year

    till the beginning

          

  79. oqgħod hemm bil-qiegħdait suits you

          

  80. kulur il-ħawħapeach colour

          

  81. tella' - jtella '

    v.II
    to give hope, to flatter with hopes

          

  82. ħasel - jaħsel
    ħsilt

    CCN2
    ĦADEM
    to take away, remove

          

  83. iRQaQ (thin)
    iRĦas
    iSBaĦ
    eKReH
    eĦŻen /agħar - more common
    itjeb/aħjar
    to leave, go out, abandon, leave off

          

  84. allavoljaalthough

          

  85. folla - folol
    ġemgħa
    to give hope, to flatter with hopes

          

  86. ħasad - jaħsad- ħasdet
    CNN1 A

    ħasad il-ħajja

    il-bidwi ħasad il-qamħ

    il-qtil li ħasad lill-pajjiż
    to snatch, rest

    he snatched the opportunity to go

          

  87. qal it-talbon purpose

          

  88. qabel - jaqbel

    v.I

    ma setgħux jaqblu bejniethom
    to wash

          

  89. talab - jitlob

    CCN6B
    DAĦAL - TALAB - I-O|A
    to give rest to

    rest assured, don't worry

          

  90. tar - jtir

    v.I
    to give hope, to flatter with hopes

          

  91. logħob tan-narfireworks

          

  92. X'tgħid lit-tfal l-omm?What does the mother tell the children?

          

  93. marid - a - mordaundercooked

          

  94. id-distakk

    nħoss id-distakk
    snake

    bear

          

  95. iftaħ it-tieqa

    itfaħha
    wipe your face

    wipe it for her

          

  96. serp - sriep

    ors - ijiet
    snake

    bear

          

  97. L-Mnarja, which falls on the feast of Saints Peter and Paul on 29 June, continues to be considered as one of the principal feasts on the Maltese islands, associated with popular customs and traditions.

    As happens every year, the day is marked by events at Buskett, Malta's largest area of natural woodland. It was the custom centuries ago that in a marriage contract the groom had to promise the bride to take her to the Buskett Mnarja celebrations after they were married.L-Mnarja celebrations date back even further than the arrival of the Knights of St John in 1530. The festival is named L-Mnarja, a corruption of the Italian 'Luminara' and means festival of light. It is named after the bonfires that used to light up the festivities in the towns of Mdina and Rabat.
    people from Birgu
    Floriana

          

  98. aktar/iktar/iżjed intelliġentiin front of tv

          

  99. neħħa - jneħħi

    CCN2
    to match

          

  100. tamma - jtamma
    v.II
    to give hope, to flatter with hopes

          

  101. għajn dar
    id triq
    ras xemx
    sieq
    qalb

    omm
    oħt
    soru
    qmis
    mud, sludge, slush

    blindness

    masc nouns ending in A 6)