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94 [ninety-four]

Conjunctions 1


94 [తొంభై నాలుగు]

సముచ్చయం 1


Wait until the rain stops.
వర్షం ఆగేంతవరకూ ఆగండి
Varṣaṁ āgēntavarakū āgaṇḍi
Wait until I’m finished.
నేను పూర్తిచేసేంతవరకూ ఆగండి
Nēnu pūrticēsēntavarakū āgaṇḍi
Wait until he comes back.
ఆయన వెనక్కి వచ్చేంతవరకూ ఆగండి
Āyana venakki vaccēntavarakū āgaṇḍi
I’ll wait until my hair is dry.
నా జుట్టు ఎండిపోయేంతవరకూ నేను ఆగుతాను
Nā juṭṭu eṇḍipōyēntavarakū nēnu āgutānu
I’ll wait until the film is over.
సినిమా అయ్యేంతవరకూ నేను ఆగుతాను
Sinimā ayyēntavarakū nēnu āgutānu
I’ll wait until the traffic light is green.
ట్రాఫిక్ లైట్ గ్రీన్ అయ్యేంతవరకూ నేను ఆగుతాను
Ṭrāphik laiṭ grīn ayyēntavarakū nēnu āgutānu
When do you go on holiday?
మీరు సెలెవల్లో ఎప్పుడు వెళ్తున్నారు?
Mīru selevallō eppuḍu veḷtunnāru?
Before the summer holidays?
ఎండా కాలం సెలవులకంటే ముందేనా?
Eṇḍā kālaṁ selavulakaṇṭē mundēnā?
Yes, before the summer holidays begin.
అవును, ఎండా కాలం సెలవులు మొదలవ్వకముందే
Avunu, eṇḍā kālaṁ selavulu modalavvakamundē
Repair the roof before the winter begins.
చలి కాలం మొదలవ్వకమునుపే పైకప్పుని బాగు చేయండి
Cali kālaṁ modalavvakamunupē paikappuni bāgu cēyaṇḍi
Wash your hands before you sit at the table.
మీరు బల్ల ముందు కూర్చునే మునుపే మీ చేతులని శుభ్రం చేసుకోండి
Mīru balla mundu kūrcunē munupē mī cētulani śubhraṁ cēsukōṇḍi
Close the window before you go out.
మీరు బయటకి వెళ్ళక మునుపే మీ కిటికీలను మూసి వెయ్యండి
Mīru bayaṭaki veḷḷaka munupē mī kiṭikīlanu mūsi veyyaṇḍi
When will you come home?
మీరు ఇంటికి ఎప్పుడు వస్తారు?
Mīru iṇṭiki eppuḍu vastāru?
After class?
క్లాస్ తరువాతా?
Klās taruvātā?
Yes, after the class is over.
అవును, క్లాస్ అయిపోయిన తరువాత
Avunu, klās ayipōyina taruvāta
After he had an accident, he could not work anymore.
ఆయనకి ప్రమాదం జరిగినతరువాత, ఇంక ఆయన పని చేయలేకపోయాడు
Āyanaki pramādaṁ jariginataruvāta, iṅka āyana pani cēyalēkapōyāḍu
After he had lost his job, he went to America.
ఆయన ఉద్యోగం పోయిన తరువాత, ఆయన అమెరికా వెళ్ళాడు
Āyana udyōgaṁ pōyina taruvāta, āyana amerikā veḷḷāḍu
After he went to America, he became rich.
ఆయన అమెరికా వెళ్ళిన తరువాత, ఆయన దనవంతుడు అయ్యాడు
Āyana amerikā veḷḷina taruvāta, āyana danavantuḍu ayyāḍu

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