بي بي سي إي! والتسوق

People shopping

<span xml:lang="en"><paragraph role="introduction">Welcome to BBCe! It's time to say sorry - <bold>it's the shopping programme</bold> برنامج التسوق!</paragraph><paragraph>We're talking about shopping today. We're asking people: <bold>What's the best or worst thing about shopping in Cairo and London ما هي مزايا او عبوب التسوق في كل القاهرة و لندن?</bold></paragraph> <audio media-id="d7e334"/> <bold> </bold><paragraph>Here are some of the answers:</paragraph><list type="unordered"><listItem>It's easy to <bold>shop</bold> تسوق here and there are many shops<bold>.</bold></listItem><listItem>The worst thing about shopping here is that it's <bold>crowded مزدحم.</bold></listItem><listItem>I don't see many <bold>varieties</bold> أصناف in <bold>styles</bold> أنماط here. </listItem><listItem>It's <bold>expensive</bold> غالي</listItem><listItem>The best thing about shopping in London is probably the <bold>diversity</bold> التنوع</listItem><listItem>There's loads of <bold>cool محلات جذابة</bold> shops.</listItem><listItem>The best thing would be<bold> choice خيار. </bold>The worst thing is busy.</listItem></list><paragraph>Anna and Karim talk about some phrases which mean to say sorry.</paragraph> <audio media-id="d7e494"/> <paragraph>A common expression is: <bold>I'm really sorry انا آسف جداً.</bold> You might hear someone say</paragraph><paragraph>"I'm really sorry that I shouted at you the other day."</paragraph><paragraph>Another informal expression you might hear is <bold>excuse me اعذرني,</bold> or a more formal expression is <bold>I beg your pardon المعذرة.</bold></paragraph> <audio media-id="d7e621"/> <bold> </bold><paragraph><bold>What's the best or worst thing about shopping in Cairo and London?</bold></paragraph><paragraph><bold>ما هي مزايا او عيوب التسوق في كل من القاهرة و لندن</bold><bold>?</bold></paragraph></span>