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At the bank


৬০ [ষাট ]



I would like to open an account.
আমি একটা অ্যাকাউন্ট খুলতে চাই ৷
āmi ēkaṭā ayākā'unṭa khulatē cā'i
Here is my passport.
এই আমার পাসপোর্ট ৷
ē'i āmāra pāsapōrṭa
And here is my address.
এবং এই আমার ঠিকানা ৷
ēbaṁ ē'i āmāra ṭhikānā
I want to deposit money in my account.
আমি আমার একাউন্টে টাকা জমা দিতে চাই ৷
āmi āmāra ēkā'unṭē ṭākā jamā ditē cā'i
I want to withdraw money from my account.
আমার আমার অ্যাকাউন্ট থেকে টাকা তুলতে চাই ৷
āmāra āmāra ayākā'unṭa thēkē ṭākā tulatē cā'i
I want to pick up the bank statements.
আমি আমার একাউন্টের বিবৃতি নিতে চাই ৷
āmi āmāra ēkā'unṭēra bibr̥ti nitē cā'i
I want to cash a traveller’s cheque / traveler’s check (am.).
আমি একটা ট্র্যাভেলার্স চেক ভাঙ্গাতে চাই ৷
āmi ēkaṭā ṭryābhēlārsa cēka bhāṅgātē cā'i
What are the fees?
এর ফি কত?
ēra phi kata?
Where should I sign?
আমি কোথায় সই করব?
Āmi kōthāẏa sa'i karaba?
I’m expecting a transfer from Germany.
আমি জার্মানী থেকে টাকা আসবার জন্য অপেক্ষা করছি ৷
Āmi jārmānī thēkē ṭākā āsabāra jan'ya apēkṣā karachi
Here is my account number.
এই আমার একাউন্ট নম্বর ৷
ē'i āmāra ēkā'unṭa nambara
Has the money arrived?
টাকা কি এসেছে?
ṭākā ki ēsēchē?
I want to change money.
আমি টাকা বিনিময় করতে চাই ৷
Āmi ṭākā binimaẏa karatē cā'i
I need US-Dollars.
আমার আমেরিকান ডলার চাই ৷
āmāra āmērikāna ḍalāra cā'i
Could you please give me small notes / bills (am.)?
আমাকে ছোট নোট দিতে পারেন?
āmākē chōṭa nōṭa ditē pārēna?
Is there a cashpoint / an ATM (am.)?
এখানে কোনো এটিএম আছে?
Ēkhānē kōnō ēṭi'ēma āchē?
How much money can one withdraw?
কত টাকা তোলা যেতে পারে?
Kata ṭākā tōlā yētē pārē?
Which credit cards can one use?
কোন ক্রেডিট কার্ড ব্যবহার করা যেতে পারে?
Kōna krēḍiṭa kārḍa byabahāra karā yētē pārē?

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