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50 [fifty]

In the swimming pool


‫50 [پنجاه]‬

‫در استخر شنا‬


It is hot today.
‫امروز هوا خیلی گرم است.‬
emruz hava khyli garm ast.
Shall we go to the swimming pool?
‫به استخر برویم؟‬
be estakhr beravim?
Do you feel like swimming?
‫دوست داری برویم شنا؟‬
dust dari beravim shena?
Do you have a towel?
‫حوله داری؟‬
hole dari?
Do you have swimming trunks?
‫مایو داری؟‬
mayo dari?
Do you have a bathing suit?
‫لباس شنا داری؟‬
lebase shena dari?
Can you swim?
‫شنا کردن بلدی؟‬
shena kardan baladi?
Can you dive?
‫غواصی بلدی؟‬
ghav-vasi baladi?
Can you jump in the water?
‫میتوانی شیرجه بزنی؟‬
matavani shirje bezani?
Where is the shower?
‫دوش کجاست؟‬
dush kojast?
Where is the changing room?
‫رختکن کجاست؟‬
rakht-kan kojast?
Where are the swimming goggles?
‫عینک شنا کجاست؟‬
eynake shena kojast?
Is the water deep?
‫ آب استخر عمیق است؟‬
abe estakhr amigh ast?
Is the water clean?
‫آب تمیز است؟‬
ab tamiz ast?
Is the water warm?
‫آب گرم است؟‬
ab garm ast?
I am freezing.
‫من دارم یخ می زنم.‬
man daram yakh mizanam.
The water is too cold.
‫آب زیادی سرد است.‬
ab ziadi sard ast.
I am getting out of the water now.
‫من دیگر از آب خارج می شوم.‬
man digar az ab kharej mishavam.

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