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Yesterday – today – tomorrow

 


10 [పది]

నిన్న-ఈరోజు -రేపు

 

 
Yesterday was Saturday.
నిన్న శనివారం అయ్యింది
Ninna śanivāraṁ ayyindi
I was at the cinema yesterday.
నిన్న నేను సినిమా కి వెళ్ళాను
Ninna nēnu sinimā ki veḷḷānu
The film was interesting.
సినిమా చాలా ఆసక్తికరంగా ఉంది
Sinimā cālā āsaktikaraṅgā undi
 
 
 
 
Today is Sunday.
ఈరోజు ఆదివారం
Īrōju ādivāraṁ
I’m not working today.
ఈరోజు నేను పని చేయడం లేదు
Īrōju nēnu pani cēyaḍaṁ lēdu
I’m staying at home.
నేను ఇంట్లోనే ఉంటున్నాను
Nēnu iṇṭlōnē uṇṭunnānu
 
 
 
 
Tomorrow is Monday.
రేపు సోమవారం
Rēpu sōmavāraṁ
Tomorrow I will work again.
రేపు నేను మళ్ళీ పని చేస్తాను
Rēpu nēnu maḷḷī pani cēstānu
I work at an office.
నేను ఆఫీసులో పని చేస్తాను
Nēnu āphīsulō pani cēstānu
 
 
 
 
Who is that?
ఆయన ఎవరు?
Āyana evaru?
That is Peter.
ఆయన పీటర్
Āyana pīṭar
Peter is a student.
పీటర్ ఒక విధ్యార్థి
Pīṭar oka vidhyārthi
 
 
 
 
Who is that?
ఆమె ఎవరు?
Āme evaru?
That is Martha.
ఆమె మార్థా
Āme mārthā
Martha is a secretary.
మార్థా ఒక సెక్రెటరీ
Mārthā oka sekreṭarī
 
 
 
 
Peter and Martha are friends.
పీటర్ మరియు మార్థా స్నేహితులు
Pīṭar mariyu mārthā snēhitulu
Peter is Martha’s friend.
పీటర్ మార్థా స్నేహితుడు
Pīṭar mārthā snēhituḍu
Martha is Peter’s friend.
మార్థా పీటర్ స్నేహితురాలు
Mārthā pīṭar snēhiturālu
 
 
 
 
 

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