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51 [fifty-one]

Running errands

 


‫51 [پنجاه و یک]‬

‫خرید مایحتاج ‬

 

 
I want to go to the library.
‫من می خواهم به کتابخانه بروم.‬
man mikhâham be ketâbkhâne beravam.
I want to go to the bookstore.
‫من می خواهم به کتاب فروشی بروم.‬
man mikhâham be ketâbforushi beravam.
I want to go to the newspaper stand.
‫من می خواهم به کیوسک بروم.‬
man mikhâham be kiusk beravam.
 
 
 
 
I want to borrow a book.
‫من می خواهم یک کتاب به امانت بگیرم.‬
man mikhâham yek ketâb be amânat begiram.
I want to buy a book.
‫من می خواهم یک کتاب بخرم.‬
man mikhâham yek ketâb bekharam.
I want to buy a newspaper.
‫من می خواهم یک روزنامه بخرم.‬
man mikhâham yek ruznâme bekharam.
 
 
 
 
I want to go to the library to borrow a book.
‫من می خواهم به کتابخانه بروم تا یک کتاب به امانت بگیرم.‬
man mikhâham be ketâbkhâne beravam tâ yek ketâb be
I want to go to the bookstore to buy a book.
‫من می خواهم به کتابفروشی بروم تا یک کتاب بخرم.‬
man mikhâham be ketâbforushi beravam tâ yek ketâb bekhar
I want to go to the kiosk / newspaper stand to buy a newspaper.
‫من می خواهم به کیوسک بروم تا یک روزنامه بخرم.‬
man mikhâham be kiusk beravam tâ yek ruznâme bekharam.
 
 
 
 
I want to go to the optician.
‫من می خواهم به عینک فروشی بروم.‬
man mikhâham be eynak-forushi beravam.
I want to go to the supermarket.
‫من می خواهم به سوپر مارکت بروم.‬
man mikhâham be supermârket beravam.
I want to go to the bakery.
‫من می خواهم به نانوایی بروم.‬
man mikhâham be nânvâ-yee beravam.
 
 
 
 
I want to buy some glasses.
‫من می خواهم یک عینک بخرم.‬
man mikhâham yek eynak bekharam.
I want to buy fruit and vegetables.
‫من می خواهم میوه و سبزی بخرم.‬
man mikhâham mive va sabzi bekharam.
I want to buy rolls and bread.
‫من می خواهم نان صبحانه و نان بخرم.‬
man mikhâham nâne sobhâne va nân bekharam.
 
 
 
 
I want to go to the optician to buy glasses.
‫من می خواهم به عینک فروشی بروم تا یک عینک بخرم.‬
man mikhâham be eynak-forushi beravam tâ yek eynak bekharam.
I want to go to the supermarket to buy fruit and vegetables.
‫من می خواهم به سوپر مارکت بروم تا میوه و سبزی بخرم.‬
man mikhâham be supermârket beravam tâ mive va sabzi bekharam
I want to go to the baker to buy rolls and bread.
‫من ‫می خواهم به نانوایی بروم تا نان صبحانه و نان بخرم.‬
man mikhâham be nânvâ-yee beravam tâ nâne sobhâ
 
 
 
 
 


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