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Car breakdown


39 [ముప్పై తొమ్మిది]

కార్ చెడిపోవుట


Where is the next gas station?
నెక్స్ట్ పెట్రోల్ బంక్ ఎక్కడ ఉంది?
Neksṭ peṭrōl baṅk ekkaḍa undi?
I have a flat tyre / tire (am.).
నా టైర్ పంక్చర్ అయ్యింది
Nā ṭair paṅkcar ayyindi
Can you change the tyre / tire (am.)?
మీరు టైర్ ని మార్చగలరా?
Mīru ṭair ni mārcagalarā?
I need a few litres / liters (am.) of diesel.
నాకు కొన్ని లీటర్ల డీజల్ కావాలి.
Nāku konni līṭarla ḍījal kāvāli.
I have no more petrol / gas (am.).
పెట్రోల్ అయిపోయింది
Peṭrōl ayipōyindi
Do you have a petrol can / jerry can / gas can (am.)?
మీ వద్ద పెట్రోల్ క్యాన్ / జెర్రీ క్యాన్ / గ్యాస్ క్యాన్ ఉందా?
Mī vadda peṭrōl kyān/ jerrī kyān/ gyās kyān undā?
Where can I make a call?
నేను ఫోన్ ఎక్కడనుంది చేసుకోవచ్చు?
Nēnu phōn ekkaḍanundi cēsukōvaccu?
I need a towing service.
నాకు టోయింగ్ సహాయం కావాలి
Nāku ṭōyiṅg sahāyaṁ kāvāli
I’m looking for a garage.
నేను గ్యారేజ్ కోసం వెతుకుతున్నాను
Nēnu gyārēj kōsaṁ vetukutunnānu
An accident has occurred.
ఒక ప్రమాడం సంభవించింది
Oka pramāḍaṁ sambhavin̄cindi
Where is the nearest telephone?
దగ్గర్లో టెలిఫోన్ ఎక్కడ ఉంది?
Daggarlō ṭeliphōn ekkaḍa undi?
Do you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you?
మీ వద్ద మొబైల్ / సెల్ ఫోనె కానీ ఉన్నాయా?
Mī vadda mobail/ sel phōne kānī unnāyā?
We need help.
మాకు సహాయం కావాలి
Māku sahāyaṁ kāvāli
Call a doctor!
డాక్టర్ ని పిలవండి!
Ḍākṭar ni pilavaṇḍi!
Call the police!
పోలీసులని పిలవండి!
Pōlīsulani pilavaṇḍi!
Your papers, please.
మీ పేపర్లు ఇవ్వండి
Mī pēparlu ivvaṇḍi
Your licence / license (am.), please.
మీ లైసెన్సు ఇవ్వండి
Mī laisensu ivvaṇḍi
Your registration, please.
మీ రెజిస్ట్రేషన్ చూపించండి
Mī rejisṭrēṣan cūpin̄caṇḍi

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Before they can even speak, babies know a lot about languages. Various experiments have shown this. Child development is researched in special baby labs. How children learn languages is also researched. Babies are obviously more intelligent than we thought up to now. Even with 6 months they have many linguistic abilities. They can recognize their native language, for example. French and German babies react differently to certain tones. Different stress patterns result in different behavior. So babies have a feeling for the tone of their language. Very small children can also memorize several words. Parents are very important for the language development of babies. Because babies need interaction directly after birth. They want to communicate with Mum and Dad. The interaction must be accompanied by positive emotions, however. Parents mustn't be stressed when they speak with their babies. It is also wrong to only seldom speak with them. Stress or silence can have negative effects for babies. Their language development can be adversely influenced. Learning for babies already begins in the womb! They react to speech before birth. They can perceive acoustic signals accurately. After birth they can then recognize these signals. Unborn children can also even learn the rhythms of languages. Babies can already hear their mother's voice in the womb. So you can even speak with unborn children. But you mustn't overdo it… The child will still have plenty of time to practice after birth!

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Vowel length determines the meaning of a word. Pitch also plays a role in ______. ______ words and sentences are generally on the shorter side. The syntax follows strict rules. The grammar is also not too complicated. Overall the structures are similar to those of the English language. Learn ______ - it is not at all difficult!

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