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95 [ninety-five]

Conjunctions 2


‫95 [نود و پنج]‬

‫حروف ربط 2‬


Since when is she no longer working?
‫او (زن) از چه موقع دیگر کار نمی کند؟‬
oo az che moghe digar kâr nemikonad?
Since her marriage?
‫از زمان ازدواجش؟‬
az zamâne ezdevâjash?
Yes, she is no longer working since she got married.
‫بله، او از وقتی که ازدواج کرده است، دیگر کار نمی کند.‬
bale, oo az vaghti ke ezdevâj karde ast digar kâr nemikonad.
Since she got married, she’s no longer working.
‫او (زن) از زمانی که ازدواج کرده است دیگر کار نمی کند.‬
oo az zamâni ke ezdevâj karde ast digar kâr nemikonad.
Since they have met each other, they are happy.
‫از وقتی که آنها با هم آشنا شدند خوشبخت هستند.‬
az vaghti ke ânhâ bâ ham âshenâ shodand khosh-bakht hastand.
Since they have had children, they rarely go out.
‫از وقتی بچه دار شده اند به ندرت بیرون می آیند .‬
az vaghti bach-che dâr shode-and be nodrat birun mi-âyand.
When does she call?
‫او (زن) چه موقع تلفن می کند؟‬
oo che moghe telefon mikonad?
When driving?
‫در حین رانندگی؟‬
dar heyne rânandegi?
Yes, when she is driving.
‫بله، هنگامی که رانندگی می کند.‬
bale, hengâmi ke rânandegi mikonad.
She calls while she drives.
‫او (زن) هنگام رانندگی تلفن می زند.‬
oo hengâme rânandegi telefon mizanad.
She watches TV while she irons.
‫او همزمان با اتو کردن تلویزیون تماشا می کند.‬
oo ham-zamân bâ otu kardan televizion tamâshâ mikonad.
She listens to music while she does her work.
‫او (زن) ضمن انجام تکالیف مدرسه موسیقی گوش میدهد.‬
oo zemne anjâme takâlife madrese musighi gush mida-had.
I can’t see anything when I don’t have glasses.
‫من موقعی که عینک نمی زنم هیچ چیز نمی بینم.‬
man moghe-e ke eynak nemizanam hich chiz nemibinam.
I can’t understand anything when the music is so loud.
‫من موقعی که موسیقی بلند است هیچ چیز نمی فهمم.‬
man moghe-e ke musighi boland ast hich chiz nemifahmam.
I can’t smell anything when I have a cold.
‫من موقعی که سرما خورده ام هیچ بویی را احساس نمی کنم.‬
man moghe-e ke sarmâ khorde-am hich bu-yee râ ehsâs nemikonam.
We’ll take a taxi if it rains.
‫موقعی که باران می بارد ما تاکسی سوار می شویم.‬
moghe-e ke bârân mibârad mâ tâxi savâr mishavim.
We’ll travel around the world if we win the lottery.
‫اگر در بخت آزمایی ببریم، به دور دنیا سفر می کنیم.‬
agar dar bakht-âzmâ-yee bebarim, be dore donyâ safar mikonim.
We’ll start eating if he doesn’t come soon.
‫اگر او به زودی نیاید ما غذا را شروع می کنیم.‬
agar oo be zudi nayâyad mâ ghazâ râ shoru-e mikonim.

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