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In the swimming pool


५० [पन्नास]

जलतरण तलावात


It is hot today.
आज गरमी आहे.
āja garamī āhē.
Shall we go to the swimming pool?
आपण जलतरण तलावात जाऊ या का?
Āpaṇa jalataraṇa talāvāta jā'ū yā kā?
Do you feel like swimming?
तुला पोहावेसे वाटते का?
Tulā pōhāvēsē vāṭatē kā?
Do you have a towel?
तुझ्याकडे टॉवेल आहे का?
Tujhyākaḍē ṭŏvēla āhē kā?
Do you have swimming trunks?
तुझ्याकडे पोहण्याची चड्डी आहे का?
Tujhyākaḍē pōhaṇyācī caḍḍī āhē kā?
Do you have a bathing suit?
तुझ्याकडे पोहण्याचे कपडे आहेत का?
Tujhyākaḍē pōhaṇyācē kapaḍē āhēta kā?
Can you swim?
तुला पोहता येते का?
Tulā pōhatā yētē kā?
Can you dive?
तुला पाणबुड्यांसारखे खोल पाण्यात पोहता येते का?
Tulā pāṇabuḍyānsārakhē khōla pāṇyāta pōhatā yētē kā?
Can you jump in the water?
तुला पाण्यात उडी मारता येते का?
Tulā pāṇyāta uḍī māratā yētē kā?
Where is the shower?
शॉवर कुठे आहे?
Śŏvara kuṭhē āhē?
Where is the changing room?
कपडे बदलण्याची खोली कुठे आहे?
Kapaḍē badalaṇyācī khōlī kuṭhē āhē?
Where are the swimming goggles?
पोहोण्याचा चष्मा कुठे आहे?
Pōhōṇyācā caṣmā kuṭhē āhē?
Is the water deep?
पाणी खोल आहे का?
Pāṇī khōla āhē kā?
Is the water clean?
पाणी स्वच्छ आहे का?
Pāṇī svaccha āhē kā?
Is the water warm?
पाणी गरम आहे का?
Pāṇī garama āhē kā?
I am freezing.
मी थंडीने गारठत आहे.
Mī thaṇḍīnē gāraṭhata āhē.
The water is too cold.
पाणी खूप थंड आहे.
Pāṇī khūpa thaṇḍa āhē.
I am getting out of the water now.
आता मी पाण्यातून बाहेर निघतो. / निघते.
Ātā mī pāṇyātūna bāhēra nighatō. / Nighatē.

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