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In the swimming pool


৫০ [পঞ্চাশ]

সুইমিং পুলে


It is hot today.
আজ গরম পড়ছে ৷
āja garama paṛachē
Shall we go to the swimming pool?
আমরা কি সুইমিং পুলে যাব?
āmarā ki su'imiṁ pulē yāba?
Do you feel like swimming?
তোমার কি সাঁতার কাটবার ইচ্ছে হচ্ছে?
Tōmāra ki sām̐tāra kāṭabāra icchē hacchē?
Do you have a towel?
তোমার কাছে কি তোয়ালে আছে?
Tōmāra kāchē ki tōẏālē āchē?
Do you have swimming trunks?
তোমার কাছে কি সাঁতারের পায়জামা আছে?
Tōmāra kāchē ki sām̐tārēra pāẏajāmā āchē?
Do you have a bathing suit?
তোমার কাছে কি সাঁতারের পোষাক আছে?
Tōmāra kāchē ki sām̐tārēra pōṣāka āchē?
Can you swim?
তুমি কি সাঁতার কাটতে পার?
Tumi ki sām̐tāra kāṭatē pāra?
Can you dive?
তুমি কি ডুব লাগাতে পার?
Tumi ki ḍuba lāgātē pāra?
Can you jump in the water?
তুমি কি জলে / পানিতে ঝাঁপ দিতে পার?
Tumi ki jalē / pānitē jhām̐pa ditē pāra?
Where is the shower?
শাওয়ার কোথায়?
Śā'ōẏāra kōthāẏa?
Where is the changing room?
কাপড় বদলানোর ঘর কোথায়?
Kāpaṛa badalānōra ghara kōthāẏa?
Where are the swimming goggles?
সাঁতারের চশমা কোথায়?
Sām̐tārēra caśamā kōthāẏa?
Is the water deep?
জল / পানি কি খুব গভীর?
Jala / pāni ki khuba gabhīra?
Is the water clean?
জল / পানি কি পরিষ্কার পরিচ্ছন্ন?
Jala / pāni ki pariṣkāra paricchanna?
Is the water warm?
জল / পানি কি উষ্ণ?
Jala / pāni ki uṣṇa?
I am freezing.
আমি ঠাণ্ডায় জমে যাচ্ছি ৷
Āmi ṭhāṇḍāẏa jamē yācchi
The water is too cold.
জলটা / পানিটা খুবই ঠাণ্ডা ৷
jalaṭā / pāniṭā khuba'i ṭhāṇḍā
I am getting out of the water now.
আমি এখন জল / পানি থেকে উঠে আসছি ৷
āmi ēkhana jala / pāni thēkē uṭhē āsachi

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