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93 [ninety-three]

Subordinate clauses: if

 


‫93 [نود و سه]‬

‫جملات وابسته با آیا‬

 

 
I don’t know if he loves me.
‫ من نمی دانم آیا او (مرد) مرا دوست دارد.‬
man nemidânam âyâ oo marâ dust dârad.
I don’t know if he’ll come back.
‫ من نمی دانم آیا او (مرد) بر می گردد.‬
man nemidânam âyâ oo bar migardad.
I don’t know if he’ll call me.
‫ من نمی دانم آیا او (مرد) به من تلفن می کند.‬
man nemidânam âyâ oo be man telefon mikonad.
 
 
 
 
Maybe he doesn’t love me?
‫آیا او (مرد) مرا دوست دارد؟‬
âyâ oo marâ dust dârad.
Maybe he won’t come back?
‫آیا او (مرد) برمی گردد؟‬
âyâ oo bar migardad.
Maybe he won’t call me?
‫آیا او (مرد) به من زنگ خواهد زد؟‬
âyâ oo be man zang khâ-had zad?
 
 
 
 
I wonder if he thinks about me.
‫من از خودم می پرسم آیا او (مرد) به من فکر می کند.‬
man az khodam miporsam âyâ oo be man fekr mikonad.
I wonder if he has someone else.
‫من از خودم می پرسم آیا او (مرد) کس دیگری را دارد.‬
man az khodam miporsam âyâ oo kase digari râ dârad.
I wonder if he lies.
‫من از خودم می پرسم آیا او (مرد) دروغ می گوید.‬
man az khodam miporsam âyâ oo doroogh migu-yad.
 
 
 
 
Maybe he thinks of me?
‫آیا او (مرد) به من فکر می کند؟‬
âyâ oo be man fekr mikonad.
Maybe he has someone else?
‫آیا او (مرد) فرد (زن) دیگری را دارد؟‬
âyâ oo farde digari râ dârad.
Maybe he tells me the truth?
‫آیا او (مرد) واقعیت را می گوید؟‬
âyâ oo vâghe-e-yat râ migu-yad?
 
 
 
 
I doubt whether he really likes me.
‫من تردید دارم که آیا او (مرد) مرا واقعاً دوست دارد.‬
man tardid dâram ke âyâ oo marâ vâghe-an dust d
I doubt whether he’ll write to me.
‫من تردید دارم که آیا او (مرد) برایم نامه بنویسد.‬
man tardid dâram ke âyâ oo barâyam nâme benevisad.
I doubt whether he’ll marry me.
‫من تردید دارم که آیا او (مرد) با من ازدواج می کند.‬
man tardid dâram ke âyâ oo bâ man ezdevâj mikonad.
 
 
 
 
Does he really like me?
‫آیا او (مرد) واقعاً از من خوشش می آید؟‬
âyâ oo vâghe-an az man khoshash mi-âyad?
Will he write to me?
‫ آیا او (مرد) برایم نامه می نویسد؟‬
âyâ oo barâyam nâme minevisad.
Will he marry me?
‫ آیا او (مرد) با من ازدواج می کند؟‬
âyâ oo bâ man ezdevâj mikonad.
 
 
 
 
 


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