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65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2


65 [அறுபத்து ஐந்து]

எதிர்மறை 2


Is the ring expensive?
இந்த மோதிரம் விலை உயர்ந்ததா?
inta mōtiram vilai uyarntatā?
No, it costs only one hundred Euros.
இல்லை, இதன் விலை நூறு யூரோ தான்.
Illai, itaṉ vilai nūṟu yūrō tāṉ.
But I have only fifty.
ஆனால் என்னிடம் ஐம்பது தான் இருக்கிறது.
Āṉāl eṉṉiṭam aimpatu tāṉ irukkiṟatu.
Are you finished?
என்ன, முடித்து விட்டாயா?
Eṉṉa, muṭittu viṭṭāyā?
No, not yet.
இல்லை, இன்னும் இல்லை.
Illai, iṉṉum illai.
But I’ll be finished soon.
ஆனால் சீக்கிரம் முடித்து விடுவேன்.
Āṉāl cīkkiram muṭittu viṭuvēṉ.
Do you want some more soup?
உனக்கு இன்னும் கொஞ்சம் சூப் வேண்டுமா?
Uṉakku iṉṉum koñcam cūp vēṇṭumā?
No, I don’t want anymore.
இல்லை,எனக்கு இன்னும் வேண்டாம்.
Illai,eṉakku iṉṉum vēṇṭām.
But another ice cream.
ஆனால் இன்னும் கொஞ்சம் ஐஸ்கிரீம்.
Āṉāl iṉṉum koñcam aiskirīm.
Have you lived here long?
நீ இங்கு வெகு நாட்களாக வசிக்கிறாயா?
Nī iṅku veku nāṭkaḷāka vacikkiṟāyā?
No, only for a month.
இல்லை.ஒரு மாதமாகத்தான்.
Illai.Oru mātamākattāṉ.
But I already know a lot of people.
ஆனால் அதற்குள் எனக்கு நிறைய மனிதர்களைத் தெரியும்.
Āṉāl ataṟkuḷ eṉakku niṟaiya maṉitarkaḷait teriyum.
Are you driving home tomorrow?
நாளைக்கு நீங்கள் வீட்டிற்கு போவதாக இருக்கிறீர்களா?
Nāḷaikku nīṅkaḷ vīṭṭiṟku pōvatāka irukkiṟīrkaḷā?
No, only on the weekend.
இல்லை, வார இறுதியில்தான்.
Illai, vāra iṟutiyiltāṉ.
But I will be back on Sunday.
ஆனால் ஞாயிறு திரும்பி வந்துவிடுவேன்.
Āṉāl ñāyiṟu tirumpi vantuviṭuvēṉ.
Is your daughter an adult?
உன்னுடைய மகள் வயதுக்கு வந்தவளா?
Uṉṉuṭaiya makaḷ vayatukku vantavaḷā?
No, she is only seventeen.
இல்லை,அவள் வயது பதினேழு தான்.
Illai,avaḷ vayatu patiṉēḻu tāṉ.
But she already has a boyfriend.
ஆனால் அவளுக்கு இப்பொழுதே ஒரு தோழன் இருக்கிறான்.
Āṉāl avaḷukku ippoḻutē oru tōḻaṉ irukkiṟāṉ.

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