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100 [நூறு]



already – not yet
ஏற்கனவே /முன்பே –இன்னும் இல்லை
ēṟkaṉavē/muṉpē –iṉṉum illai
Have you already been to Berlin?
நீ ஏற்கனவே பெர்லின் நகரம் செனறிருக்கிறாயா?
nī ēṟkaṉavē perliṉ nakaram ceṉaṟirukkiṟāyā?
No, not yet.
இல்லை,இன்னும் இல்லை.
Illai,iṉṉum illai.
someone – no one
யாரையேனும் – ஒருவரையும்
Yāraiyēṉum – oruvaraiyum
Do you know someone here?
உனக்கு இங்கே யாரையாவது தெரியுமா?
uṉakku iṅkē yāraiyāvatu teriyumā?
No, I don’t know anyone here.
இல்லை, எனக்கு இங்கே ஒருவரையும் தெரியாது.
Illai, eṉakku iṅkē oruvaraiyum teriyātu.
a little longer – not much longer
இன்னும் சிறிது நேரம் - இன்னும் வெகு நேரம்
Iṉṉum ciṟitu nēram - iṉṉum veku nēram
Will you stay here a little longer?
நீ இங்கு இன்னும் சிறிது நேரம் தங்குவாயா?
nī iṅku iṉṉum ciṟitu nēram taṅkuvāyā?
No, I won’t stay here much longer.
இல்லை,நான் இங்கு இன்னும் வெகு நேரம் தங்க மாட்டேன்.
Illai,nāṉ iṅku iṉṉum veku nēram taṅka māṭṭēṉ.
something else – nothing else
வேறு ஏதேனும் - வேறு எதுவும்
Vēṟu ētēṉum - vēṟu etuvum
Would you like to drink something else?
நீங்கள் வேறு ஏதேனும் குடிக்கிறீர்களா?
nīṅkaḷ vēṟu ētēṉum kuṭikkiṟīrkaḷā?
No, I don’t want anything else.
இல்லை,எனக்கு வேறு எதுவும் வேண்டாம்.
Illai,eṉakku vēṟu etuvum vēṇṭām.
something already – nothing yet
ஏற்கனவே ஏதேனும் - ஏதும் இன்னும்’
Ēṟkaṉavē ētēṉum - ētum iṉṉum’
Have you already eaten something?
நீங்கள் ஏற்கனவே ஏதேனும் சாப்பிட்டு’ விட்டீர்களா?
nīṅkaḷ ēṟkaṉavē ētēṉum cāppiṭṭu’ viṭṭīrkaḷā?
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet.
இல்லை,நான் இன்னும் ஏதும் சாப்பிடவி’ல்லை.
Illai,nāṉ iṉṉum ētum cāppiṭavi’llai.
someone else – no one else
வே’று யாரையாவது - வேறு யாருக்கும்
Vē’ṟu yāraiyāvatu - vēṟu yārukkum
Does anyone else want a coffee?
வேறு யாருக்காவது காபி வேண்டுமா?
vēṟu yārukkāvatu kāpi vēṇṭumā?
No, no one else.
இல்’லை,வேறு யாருக்கும் வேண்டாம்.
Il’lai,vēṟu yārukkum vēṇṭām.

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