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60 [sixty]

At the bank


60 [అరవై]

బ్యాంక్ వద్ద


I would like to open an account.
నేను ఒక అకౌంట్ తెరవాలని అనుకుంటున్నాను
Nēnu oka akauṇṭ teravālani anukuṇṭunnānu
Here is my passport.
ఇదిగోండి నా పాస్ పోర్ట్
Idigōṇḍi nā pās pōrṭ
And here is my address.
మరియు ఇది నా చిరునామా
Mariyu idi nā cirunāmā
I want to deposit money in my account.
నేను నా అకౌంట్ లో డబ్బుని జమా చేయాలని అనుకుంటున్నాను
Nēnu nā akauṇṭ lō ḍabbuni jamā cēyālani anukuṇṭunnānu
I want to withdraw money from my account.
నేను నా అకౌంట్ నుండి డబ్బుని తీసుకోవాలని అనుకుంటున్నాను
Nēnu nā akauṇṭ nuṇḍi ḍabbuni tīsukōvālani anukuṇṭunnānu
I want to pick up the bank statements.
నేను బ్యాంక్ స్టేట్మెంట్ లను తీసుకోవాలని అనుకుంటున్నాను
Nēnu byāṅk sṭēṭmeṇṭ lanu tīsukōvālani anukuṇṭunnānu
I want to cash a traveller’s cheque / traveler’s check (am.).
నేను ట్రావెలర్స్ చెక్ ని క్యాష్ రూపంలో తీసుకోవాలని అనుకుంటున్నాను
Nēnu ṭrāvelars cek ni kyāṣ rūpanlō tīsukōvālani anukuṇṭunnānu
What are the fees?
రుసుము ఎంత?
Rusumu enta?
Where should I sign?
నేను సంతకం ఎక్కడ చేయాలి?
Nēnu santakaṁ ekkaḍa cēyāli?
I’m expecting a transfer from Germany.
నేను జర్మనీ నుండి ట్రాంస్వర్ వస్తుందని ఎదురుచూస్తున్నాను
Nēnu jarmanī nuṇḍi ṭrānsvar vastundani edurucūstunnānu
Here is my account number.
ఇదిగోండి నా అకౌంట్ నంబర్
Idigōṇḍi nā akauṇṭ nambar
Has the money arrived?
డబ్బు వచ్చిందా?
Ḍabbu vaccindā?
I want to change money.
నేను డబ్బు ని మార్చాలని అనుకుంటున్నాను
Nēnu ḍabbu ni mārcālani anukuṇṭunnānu
I need US-Dollars.
నాకు యూ.ఎస్.-డాలర్లు కావాలి
Nāku yū.Es.-Ḍālarlu kāvāli
Could you please give me small notes / bills (am.)?
దయచేసి నాకు చిల్లర ఇవ్వగలరా?
Dayacēsi nāku cillara ivvagalarā?
Is there a cashpoint / an ATM (am.)?
ఇక్కడ ఎక్కడైనా క్యాష్ పాయింట్ / ఏ.టీ.ఎమ్ ఉందా?
Ikkaḍa ekkaḍainā kyāṣ pāyiṇṭ/ ē.Ṭī.Em undā?
How much money can one withdraw?
ఒక్కసారిగా ఎంత డబ్బుని తీయవచ్చు?
Okkasārigā enta ḍabbuni tīyavaccu?
Which credit cards can one use?
ఏఏ క్రెడిట్ కార్డ్ లను వాడవచ్చు?
Ē'ē kreḍiṭ kārḍ lanu vāḍavaccu?

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