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94 [ninety-four]

Conjunctions 1


94 [тIокIиплIырэ пшIыкIуплIырэ]

Зэпххэр 1


Wait until the rain stops.
Ощхыр теуфэ еж.
Oshhhyr teufje ezh.
Wait until I’m finished.
Зыкъэсэгъэхьазырыфэ къысаж.
Zykjesjegjeh'azyryfje kysazh.
Wait until he comes back.
КъэкIожьыфэ еж.
KjekIozh'yfje ezh.
I’ll wait until my hair is dry.
Сшъхьац огъушъыжьыфэ сежэ.
Sshh'ac ogushyzh'yfje sezhje.
I’ll wait until the film is over.
Фильмэр къеухыфэ сежэ.
Fil'mjer keuhyfje sezhje.
I’ll wait until the traffic light is green.
Гъозэнэфыр уцышъокIэ зыкъызэблехъуфэ сежэ.
Gozjenjefyr ucyshokIje zykyzjeblehufje sezhje.
When do you go on holiday?
Сыдигъуа гъэпсэфакIо узежьэрэр?
Sydigua gjepsjefakIo uzezh'jerjer?
Before the summer holidays?
Гъэмэфэ каникулхэр къэмысхэза?
Gjemjefje kanikulhjer kjemyshjeza?
Yes, before the summer holidays begin.
Ары, гъэмэфэ каникулхэм якъэсыгъом.
Ary, gjemjefje kanikulhjem jakjesygom.
Repair the roof before the winter begins.
КIымафэр къэмысзэ, унашъхьэр гъэцэкIэжь.
KIymafjer kjemyszje, unashh'jer gjecjekIjezh'.
Wash your hands before you sit at the table.
Iанэм упэтIысхьаным ыпэкIэ пIэхэр тхьакIых.
Ianjem upjetIysh'anym ypjekIje pIjehjer th'akIyh.
Close the window before you go out.
Унэм уикIын хъумэ, шъхьангъупчъэр фэшI.
Unjem uikIyn humje, shh'angupchjer fjeshI.
When will you come home?
Сыдигъо унэм укъихьажьыщта?
Sydigo unjem ukih'azh'yshhta?
After class?
Еджэгъум ыужа?
Edzhjegum yuzha?
Yes, after the class is over.
Ары, еджэгъур къызысыухкIэ.
Ary, edzhjegur kyzysyuhkIje.
After he had an accident, he could not work anymore.
ТхьамыкIагъом ыуж ащ Iоф ышIэн ылъэкIыжьыщтыгъэп.
Th'amykIagom yuzh ashh Iof yshIjen yljekIyzh'yshhtygjep.
After he had lost his job, he went to America.
IофшIэнынчъэу къызэнэм, ар (хъулъфыгъ) Америкэм кIожьыгъэ.
IofshIjenynchjeu kyzjenjem, ar (hulfyg) Amerikjem kIozh'ygje.
After he went to America, he became rich.
Америкэм зэкIожьым, ар (хъулъфыгъ) баи хъугъэ.
Amerikjem zjekIozh'ym, ar (hulfyg) bai hugje.

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