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77 [seventy-seven]

giving reasons 3

 


‫77 [هفتاد و هفت]‬

‫دلیل آوردن برای چیزی 3‬

 

 
Why aren’t you eating the cake?
‫چرا کیک را نمی‌خورید؟‬
cherâ keyk râ nemi-khorid?
I must lose weight.
‫من باید وزن کم کنم.‬
man bâyad vazn kam konam.
I’m not eating it because I must lose weight.
‫من نمی‌خورم چون باید وزن کم کنم.‬
man nemi-khoram zirâ bâyad vazn kam konam.
 
 
 
 
Why aren’t you drinking the beer?
‫چرا آبجو را نمی‌نوشید؟‬
cherâ âbe-jo râ nemi-nushid?
I have to drive.
‫چون باید رانندگی کنم.‬
chun bâyad rânandegi konam.
I’m not drinking it because I have to drive.
‫من آن را نمی‌نوشم چون باید رانندگی کنم.‬
man ânrâ nemi-nusham zirâ bâyad rânandegi konam.
 
 
 
 
Why aren’t you drinking the coffee?
‫چرا قهوه را نمی‌نوشی؟‬
cherâ to ghahve râ nemi-nushi?
It is cold.
‫سرد شده است.‬
sard shode ast.
I’m not drinking it because it is cold.
‫من قهوه را نمی‌نوشم چون سرد شده است.‬
man ghahve râ nemi-nusham zirâ sard shode ast.
 
 
 
 
Why aren’t you drinking the tea?
‫چرا چای را نمی‌نوشی؟‬
cherâ to chây râ nemi-nushi?
I have no sugar.
‫من شکر ندارم.‬
man shekar nadâram.
I’m not drinking it because I don’t have any sugar.
‫من چای را نمی‌نوشم چون شکر ندارم.‬
man chây râ nemi-nusham zirâ shekar nadâram.
 
 
 
 
Why aren’t you eating the soup?
‫چرا سوپ را نمی‌خورید؟‬
cherâ shomâ soop râ nemi-khorid?
I didn’t order it.
‫من سوپ سفارش نداده ام.‬
man soop sefâresh nadâde-am.
I’m not eating it because I didn’t order it.
‫من سوپ نمی‌خورم چون آن را سفارش نداده ام.‬
man soop nemi-khoram zirâ man ânrâ sefâresh nadâde-am.
 
 
 
 
Why don’t you eat the meat?
‫چرا شما گوشت را نمی‌خورید؟‬
cherâ shomâ goosht râ nemi-khorid?
I am a vegetarian.
‫من گیاه خوار هستم.‬
man giâh khâr hastam.
I’m not eating it because I am a vegetarian.
‫من گوشت را نمی‌خورم چون گیاه خوار هستم.‬
man goosht nemi-khoram zirâ giâh khâr hastam.
 
 
 
 


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