"في ٱلْطّابِق اَلْأَوَّل غُرْفة نَوْم."
Translation:There is a bedroom on the first floor.
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Languages don't translate 1:1. In Arabic, fī is often used to convey "There is x in y". If you added hunāka it would sound redundant. Sort of like if I said "On the first floor there's a bedroom on it" in English. It's just a rule about using fī that you have to learn. It confused me a lot the first time I took Arabic, too.