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38 [thirty-eight]

In the taxi


३८ [अडोतीस]



Please call a taxi.
कृपया एक टॅक्सी बोलवा.
kr̥payā ēka ṭĕksī bōlavā.
What does it cost to go to the station?
स्टेशनपर्यंत जाण्यासाठी किती भाडे आकारणार?
Sṭēśanaparyanta jāṇyāsāṭhī kitī bhāḍē ākāraṇāra?
What does it cost to go to the airport?
विमानतळापर्यंत जाण्यासाठी किती भाडे आकारणार?
Vimānataḷāparyanta jāṇyāsāṭhī kitī bhāḍē ākāraṇāra?
Please go straight ahead.
कृपया सरळ पुढे चला.
Kr̥payā saraḷa puḍhē calā.
Please turn right here.
कृपया इकडून उजवीकडे वळा.
Kr̥payā ikaḍūna ujavīkaḍē vaḷā.
Please turn left at the corner.
कृपया त्या कोप-याकडून डावीकडे वळा.
Kr̥payā tyā kōpa-yākaḍūna ḍāvīkaḍē vaḷā.
I’m in a hurry.
मी घाईत आहे.
Mī ghā'īta āhē.
I have time.
आत्ता मला सवंड आहे.
Āttā malā savaṇḍa āhē.
Please drive slowly.
कृपया हळू चालवा.
Kr̥payā haḷū cālavā.
Please stop here.
कृपया इथे थांबा.
Kr̥payā ithē thāmbā.
Please wait a moment.
कृपया क्षणभर थांबा.
Kr̥payā kṣaṇabhara thāmbā.
I’ll be back immediately.
मी लगेच परत येतो. / येते.
Mī lagēca parata yētō. / Yētē.
Please give me a receipt.
कृपया मला पावती द्या.
Kr̥payā malā pāvatī dyā.
I have no change.
माझ्याजवळ सुट्टे पैसे नाहीत.
Mājhyājavaḷa suṭṭē paisē nāhīta.
That is okay, please keep the change.
ठीक आहे, राहिलेले पैसे ठेवा तुम्ही.
Ṭhīka āhē, rāhilēlē paisē ṭhēvā tumhī.
Drive me to this address.
मला ह्या पत्त्यावर घेऊन चला.
Malā hyā pattyāvara ghē'ūna calā.
Drive me to my hotel.
मला माझ्या हॉटेलवर घेऊन चला.
Malā mājhyā hŏṭēlavara ghē'ūna calā.
Drive me to the beach.
मला समुद्रकिना-यावर घेऊन चला.
Malā samudrakinā-yāvara ghē'ūna calā.

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