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36 [thirty-six]

Public transportation


‫36 [سی و شش]‬

‫حمل و نقل عمومی‌‫/ عبور و مرور درون شهری‬


Where is the bus stop?
‫ایستگاه اتوبوس کجاست؟‬
istgâhe otobus kojâst?
Which bus goes to the city centre / center (am.)?
‫کدام اتوبوس به مرکز شهر می‌رود؟‬
kodâm otobus be markaze shahr miravad?
Which bus do I have to take?
‫کدام خط (چه اتوبوسی) باید سوار شوم؟‬
che khat-ti (che otobusi) bâyad savâr shavam?
Do I have to change?
‫باید اتوبوس عوض کنم؟‬
bâyad vasile-ye naghli-ye râ avaz konam?
Where do I have to change?
‫کجا باید اتوبوس را عوض کنم؟‬
kojâ bâyad vasile-ye naghli-ye râ avaz konam?
How much does a ticket cost?
‫قیمت یک بلیط چند است؟‬
ghymate yek belit chand ast?
How many stops are there before downtown / the city centre?
‫تا مرکز شهر چند ایستگاه است؟‬
tâ markaze shahr chand istgâh ast?
You have to get off here.
‫شما باید اینجا پیاده شوید.‬
shomâ bâyad injâ piâde shavid.
You have to get off at the back.
‫شما باید از قسمت عقب ماشین پیاده شوید.‬
shomâ bâyad az ghesmate aghabe mâshin piâde shavid.
The next train is in 5 minutes.
‫متروی (زیرمینی) بعدی 5 دقیقه دیگر می‌آید.‬
metro-ye (zir zamini) ba-adi panj daghighe-ye digar mi-âyad.
The next tram is in 10 minutes.
‫تراموای بعدی 10 دقیقه دیگر می‌آید.‬
metro-ye ba-adi dah daghighe-ye digar mi-âyad.
The next bus is in 15 minutes.
‫اتوبوس بعدی 15 دقیقه دیگر می‌آید.‬
otobuse ba-adi pânzdah daghighe-ye digar mi-âyad.
When is the last train?
‫آخرین مترو (زیرزمینی) کی حرکت می‌کند؟‬
âkharin metro (zir zamini) key harekat mikonad?
When is the last tram?
‫آخرین تراموا کی حرکت می‌کند؟‬
âkharin metro key harekat mikonad?
When is the last bus?
‫آخرین اتوبوس کی حرکت می‌کند؟‬
âkharin otobus key harekat mikonad?
Do you have a ticket?
‫شما بلیط دارید؟‬
shomâ belit dârid?
A ticket? – No, I don’t have one.
‫بلیط؟ نه ندارم.‬
belit? na nadâram.
Then you have to pay a fine.
‫پس باید جریمه بپردازید.‬
pas bâyad jarime bepardâzid.

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