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53 [fifty-three]

Shops

 


৫৩ [তিপ্পান্ন]

বিভিন্ন দোকান

 

 
We’re looking for a sports shop.
আমরা একটা খেলার জিনিষের দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmarā ēkaṭā khēlāra jiniṣēra dōkāna khum̐jachi
We’re looking for a butcher shop.
আমরা একটা কসাইয়ের বা মাংসের দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmarā ēkaṭā kasā´iẏēra bā mānsēra dōkāna khum̐jachi
We’re looking for a pharmacy / drugstore (am.).
আমরা একটা ওষুধের দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmarā ēkaṭā ōṣudhēra dōkāna khum̐jachi
 
 
 
 
We want to buy a football.
আমরা একটা ফুটবল কিনতে চাই ৷
Āmarā ēkaṭā phuṭabala kinatē cā´i
We want to buy salami.
আমরা সালামি কিনতে চাই ৷
Āmarā sālāmi kinatē cā´i
We want to buy medicine.
আমরা ওষুধ কিনতে চাই ৷
Āmarā ōṣudha kinatē cā´i
 
 
 
 
We’re looking for a sports shop to buy a football.
আমরা একটা ফুটবল কেনার জন্য একটা খেলার জিনিষের দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmarā ēkaṭā phuṭabala kēnāra jan´ya ēkaṭā khēlāra jiniṣēra dōkāna khum̐jachi
We’re looking for a butcher shop to buy salami.
আমরা সালামি কেনার জন্য একটা কসাইয়ের বা মাংসের দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmarā sālāmi kēnāra jan´ya ēkaṭā kasā´iẏēra bā mānsēra dōkāna khum̐jachi
We’re looking for a drugstore to buy medicine.
আমরা ওষুধ কেনার জন্য একটা ওষুধের দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmarā ōṣudha kēnāra jan´ya ēkaṭā ōṣudhēra dōkāna khum̐jachi
 
 
 
 
I’m looking for a jeweller / jeweler (am.).
আমি একটা গয়নার দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmi ēkaṭā gaẏanāra dōkāna khum̐jachi
I’m looking for a photo equipment store.
আমি একটা ফটোর দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmi ēkaṭā phaṭōra dōkāna khum̐jachi
I’m looking for a confectionery.
আমি একটা কেকের দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmi ēkaṭā kēkēra dōkāna khum̐jachi
 
 
 
 
I actually plan to buy a ring.
আমি আসলে একটা আংটি কেনার পরিকল্পনা করছি ৷
Āmi āsalē ēkaṭā āṇṭi kēnāra parikalpanā karachi
I actually plan to buy a roll of film.
আমি আসলে একটা ফিল্মের রোল কেনার পরিকল্পনা করছি ৷
Āmi āsalē ēkaṭā philmēra rōla kēnāra parikalpanā karachi
I actually plan to buy a cake.
আমি আসলে একটা কেক কেনার পরিকল্পনা করছি ৷
Āmi āsalē ēkaṭā kēka kēnāra parikalpanā karachi
 
 
 
 
I’m looking for a jeweler to buy a ring.
আমি একটা আংটি কেনার জন্য একটা গয়নার দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmi ēkaṭā āṇṭi kēnāra jan´ya ēkaṭā gaẏanāra dōkāna khum̐jachi
I’m looking for a photo shop to buy a roll of film.
আমি একটা ফিল্মের রোল কেনার জন্য একটা ফটোর দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmi ēkaṭā philmēra rōla kēnāra jan´ya ēkaṭā phaṭōra dōkāna khum̐jachi
I’m looking for a confectionery to buy a cake.
আমি একটা কেক কেনার জন্য একটা কেকের দোকান খুঁজছি ৷
Āmi ēkaṭā kēka kēnāra jan´ya ēkaṭā kēkēra dōkāna khum̐jachi
 
 
 
 
 

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