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35 [thirty-five]

At the airport


৩৫ [পঁয়ত্রিশ]

বিমান বন্দরে


I’d like to book a flight to Athens.
আমি এথেন্সে যাবার জন্য একটা বিমানের টিকিট বুক করতে চাই ৷
āmi ēthēnsē yābāra jan'ya ēkaṭā bimānēra ṭikiṭa buka karatē cā'i
Is it a direct flight?
এই বিমানটি কি সরাসরি যায়?
ē'i bimānaṭi ki sarāsari yāẏa?
A window seat, non-smoking, please.
অনুগ্রহ করে জানালার ধারের, ধূমপান নিষিদ্ধ সীট দেবেন ৷
Anugraha karē jānālāra dhārēra, dhūmapāna niṣid'dha sīṭa dēbēna
I would like to confirm my reservation.
আমি আমার সংরক্ষণ সুনিশ্চিত করতে চাই ৷
āmi āmāra sanrakṣaṇa suniścita karatē cā'i
I would like to cancel my reservation.
আমি আমার সংরক্ষণ বাতিল করতে চাই ৷
āmi āmāra sanrakṣaṇa bātila karatē cā'i
I would like to change my reservation.
আমি আমার সংরক্ষণ পরিবর্তন করতে চাই ৷
āmi āmāra sanrakṣaṇa paribartana karatē cā'i
When is the next flight to Rome?
রোমে যাবার পরবর্তী বিমান কখন?
rōmē yābāra parabartī bimāna kakhana?
Are there two seats available?
দুটো সীট কি এখনও খালি আছে?
Duṭō sīṭa ki ēkhana'ō khāli āchē?
No, we have only one seat available.
না, আমাদের কাছে কেবলমাত্র একটা খালি সীট আছে ৷
Nā, āmādēra kāchē kēbalamātra ēkaṭā khāli sīṭa āchē
When do we land?
আমরা কখন নীচে নামব?
āmarā kakhana nīcē nāmaba?
When will we be there?
আমরা সেখানে কখন পৌঁছাবো?
Āmarā sēkhānē kakhana paum̐chābō?
When does a bus go to the city centre / center (am.)?
সিটি সেন্টারে যাবার জন্য কখন বাস আছে?
Siṭi sēnṭārē yābāra jan'ya kakhana bāsa āchē?
Is that your suitcase?
এটা কি আপনার সুটকেস?
Ēṭā ki āpanāra suṭakēsa?
Is that your bag?
এটা কি আপনার ব্যাগ?
Ēṭā ki āpanāra byāga?
Is that your luggage?
এটা কি আপনার জিনিষপত্র / জিনিসপত্র?
Ēṭā ki āpanāra jiniṣapatra / jinisapatra?
How much luggage can I take?
আমি নিজের সাথে কত জিনিষ / জিনিস নিতে যেতে পারি?
Āmi nijēra sāthē kata jiniṣa / jinisa nitē yētē pāri?
Twenty kilos.
২০ কিলো
20 Kilō
What? Only twenty kilos?
কি? মাত্র ২০ কিলো?
ki? Mātra 20 kilō?

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