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44 [forty-four]

Going out in the evening

 


‫44 [چهل و چهار]‬

‫گردش عصر (شب)‬

 

 
Is there a disco here?
‫آیا اینجا دیسکو هست؟‬
dar injâ disko vojud dârad?
Is there a nightclub here?
‫آیا اینجا کاباره هست؟‬
dar injâ kâbâre vojud dârad?
Is there a pub here?
‫آیا اینجا بار هست؟‬
âyâ injâ yek bâr vojud dârad?
 
 
 
 
What’s playing at the theatre / theater (am.) this evening?
‫امشب برنامه تاتر چیست؟‬
emshab barnâme-ye tâ-âtr chist?
What’s playing at the cinema / movies (am.) this evening?
‫برنامه امشب سینما چیست؟‬
barnâme-ye emshabe sinemâ chist?
What’s on TV this evening?
‫امشب تلویزیون چی نشان می‌دهد؟‬
emshab televizion chi neshân midahad?
 
 
 
 
Are tickets for the theatre / theater (am.) still available?
‫هنوز بلیط تئاتر دارند؟‬
hanuz belite tâ-âtr mojud ast?
Are tickets for the cinema / movies (am.) still available?
‫ هنوز بلیط سینما دارند؟‬
hanuz belite sinemâ mojud ast?
Are tickets for the football / soccer am. game still available?
‫ هنوز بلیط برای تماشای بازی فوتبال دارند؟‬
hanuz belit barâye tamâshâye bâzi-e-ye footbâl mojud ast?
 
 
 
 
I want to sit in the back.
‫من دوست دارم کاملا عقب بنشینم.‬
man doost dâram kâmelan aghab beneshinam.
I want to sit somewhere in the middle.
‫من دوست دارم یک جایی در وسط بنشینم.‬
man doost dâram yek jây-i dar vasat beneshinam.
I want to sit at the front.
‫من دوست دارم کاملا جلو بنشینم.‬
man doost dâram kâmelan jelo beneshinam.
 
 
 
 
Could you recommend something?
‫می‌توانید چیزی به من توصیه کنید؟‬
mitavânid chizi be man tosie konid?
When does the show begin?
‫نمایش چه موقع شروع می‌شود؟‬
namâyesh che moghe shoru mishavad?
Can you get me a ticket?
‫می‌توانید برای من یک بلیط بگیرید؟‬
mitavânid barâye man yek belit tahiye konid?
 
 
 
 
Is there a golf course nearby?
‫آیا این نزدیکی‌ها، زمین گلف هست؟‬
âyâ in nazdiki-hâ yek zamine golf vojud dârad?
Is there a tennis court nearby?
‫آیا این نزدیکی‌ها، زمین تنیس هست؟‬
âyâ in nazdiki-hâ yek zamine tenis vojud dârad?
Is there an indoor swimming pool nearby?
‫آیا این نزدیکی‌ها، استخر سرپوشیده هست؟‬
âyâ in nazdiki-hâ yek estakhre sar-pushide vojud dârad?
 
 
 
 


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