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71 [seventy-one]

to want something


71 [எழுபத்து ஒன்று]]

ஏதேனும் விரும்புதல்


What do you want to do?
உங்கள் எல்லோருக்கும் என்ன செய்ய வேண்டும்?
uṅkaḷ ellōrukkum eṉṉa ceyya vēṇṭum?
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)?
உங்கள் எல்லோருக்கும் கால்பந்து விளையாட வேண்டுமா?
Uṅkaḷ ellōrukkum kālpantu viḷaiyāṭa vēṇṭumā?
Do you want to visit friends?
உங்கள் எல்லோருக்கும் நண்பர்களை பார்க்கப் போக வேண்டுமா?
Uṅkaḷ ellōrukkum naṇparkaḷai pārkkap pōka vēṇṭumā?
to want
I don’t want to arrive late.
எனக்குத் தாமதமாக வருவதில் விருப்பமில்லை.
eṉakkut tāmatamāka varuvatil viruppamillai.
I don’t want to go there.
எனக்கு அங்கு போக விருப்பமில்லை.
Eṉakku aṅku pōka viruppamillai.
I want to go home.
எனக்கு வீட்டிற்குச் செல்ல வேண்டும்.
Eṉakku vīṭṭiṟkuc cella vēṇṭum.
I want to stay at home.
எனக்கு வீட்டில் தங்க விருப்பம்.
Eṉakku vīṭṭil taṅka viruppam.
I want to be alone.
எனக்கு தனியாக இருக்க விருப்பம்.
Eṉakku taṉiyāka irukka viruppam.
Do you want to stay here?
உனக்கு இங்கு இருக்க விருப்பமா?
Uṉakku iṅku irukka viruppamā?
Do you want to eat here?
உனக்கு இங்கு சாப்பிட விருப்பமா?
Uṉakku iṅku cāppiṭa viruppamā?
Do you want to sleep here?
உனக்கு இங்கு தூங்க விருப்பமா?
Uṉakku iṅku tūṅka viruppamā?
Do you want to leave tomorrow?
உங்களுக்கு நாளையே கிளம்ப வேண்டுமா?
Uṅkaḷukku nāḷaiyē kiḷampa vēṇṭumā?
Do you want to stay till tomorrow?
உங்களுக்கு நாளை வரை இருக்க விருப்பமா?
Uṅkaḷukku nāḷai varai irukka viruppamā?
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow?
நீங்கள் நாளைதான் கட்டணம் கட்ட விரும்புகிறீர்களா?
Nīṅkaḷ nāḷaitāṉ kaṭṭaṇam kaṭṭa virumpukiṟīrkaḷā?
Do you want to go to the disco?
உங்கள் எல்லோருக்கும் டிஸ்கோ செல்ல விருப்பமா?
Uṅkaḷ ellōrukkum ṭiskō cella viruppamā?
Do you want to go to the cinema?
உங்கள் எல்லோருக்கும் சினிமா செல்ல விருப்பமா?
Uṅkaḷ ellōrukkum ciṉimā cella viruppamā?
Do you want to go to a café?
உங்கள் எல்லோருக்கும் சிற்றுண்டிச்சாலை செல்ல விருப்பமா?
Uṅkaḷ ellōrukkum ciṟṟuṇṭiccālai cella viruppamā?

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