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50 [fifty]

In the swimming pool


50 [шъэныкъо]



It is hot today.
Непэ жъоркъ.
Nepje zhork.
Shall we go to the swimming pool?
ЕсыпIэм тыкIощта?
EsypIjem tykIoshhta?
Do you feel like swimming?
Уесынэу укIо пшIоигъуа?
Uesynjeu ukIo pshIoigua?
Do you have a towel?
IэплъэкI уиIа?
IjepljekI uiIa?
Do you have swimming trunks?
Псым урыхэхьанэу гъончэдж кIэкI уиIа?
Psym uryhjeh'anjeu gonchjedzh kIjekI uiIa?
Do you have a bathing suit?
Псым урыхэхьанэу щыгъын уиIа?
Psym uryhjeh'anjeu shhygyn uiIa?
Can you swim?
ЕсыкIэ ошIа?
EsykIje oshIa?
Can you dive?
ЧIырыгъыс уешIа?
ChIyrygys ueshIa?
Can you jump in the water?
Псым ухэпкIэнэу ошIа?
Psym uhjepkIjenjeu oshIa?
Where is the shower?
Душыр тыдэ щыI?
Dushyr tydje shhyI?
Where is the changing room?
Тыдэ зыщыптIэкIын плъэкIыщт?
Tydje zyshhyptIjekIyn pljekIyshht?
Where are the swimming goggles?
Псы нэгъунджэр тыдэ щыI?
Psy njegundzhjer tydje shhyI?
Is the water deep?
Псыр кууа?
Psyr kuua?
Is the water clean?
Псыр къабза?
Psyr kabza?
Is the water warm?
Псыр фаба?
Psyr faba?
I am freezing.
ЧъыIэ сэлIэ.
ChyIje sjelIje.
The water is too cold.
Псыр чъыIаIо.
Psyr chyIaIo.
I am getting out of the water now.
Сэ джыдэдэм псым сыкъыхэкIыжьы.
Sje dzhydjedjem psym sykyhjekIyzh'y.

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