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52 [fifty-two]

In the department store


‫52 [پنجاه و دو]‬

‫در فروشگاه‬


Shall we go to the department store?
‫برویم به یک فروشگاه؟‬
beravim be yek forush-gâh?
I have to go shopping.
‫من باید خریدهایم را انجام دهم.‬
man bâyad kharid-hâyam râ anjâm daham.
I want to do a lot of shopping.
‫من می‌خواهم خیلی خرید کنم.‬
man mikhâham khyli kharid konam.
Where are the office supplies?
‫قسمت ‫لوازم اداری کجا است؟‬
lavâzeme edâri kojâ hastand?
I need envelopes and stationery.
‫من پاکت نامه و کاغذ نامه لازم دارم.‬
man pâkate nâm-e va kâghaz-e nâm-e lâzem dâram.
I need pens and markers.
‫من چند تا خودکار و ماژیک لازم دارم.‬
man chand khodkâr va mâjik lâzem dâram.
Where is the furniture?
‫قسمت ‫مبل ها کجاست؟‬
mobl-hâ kojâ hastand?
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers.
‫من یک قفسه و یک دراور لازم دارم.‬
man yek ghafase va yek derâver lâzem dâram.
I need a desk and a bookshelf.
‫من یک میز تحریر و یک قفسه ی کتاب لازم دارم.‬
man yek mize tahrir va yek ghafase-ye ketâb lâzem dâram.
Where are the toys?
‫قسمت ‫اسباب بازیها کجاست؟‬
asbâb bâzi-hâ kojâ hastand?
I need a doll and a teddy bear.
‫من یک عروسک و یک خرس پارچه ای لازم دارم.‬
man yek arusak va yek kherse parche-i lâzem dâram.
I need a football and a chess board.
‫من یک توپ فوتبال و یک تخته شطرنج لازم دارم.‬
man yek toop-pe footbâl va yek takhte shatranj lâzem dâram.
Where are the tools?
‫قسمت ‫ابزارآلات کجا است؟‬
abzâr âlât kojâ hastand?
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers.
‫من یک چکش و یک انبردست لازم دارم.‬
man yek chak-kosh va yek anbordast lâzem dâram.
I need a drill and a screwdriver.
‫من یک دریل و یک آچار پیچ گوشتی لازم دارم.‬
man yek deril va yek âchâr lâzem dâram.
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department?
‫قسمت جواهرات کجاست؟‬
javâherât kojâ hastand?
I need a chain and a bracelet.
‫من یک گردن بند و یک دست بند لازم دارم.‬
man yek gardanband va yek dastband lâzem dâram.
I need a ring and earrings.
‫من یک حلقه و گوشواره لازم دارم.‬
man yek halghe va gushvâre lâzem dâram.

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