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71 [seventy-one]

to want something


‫71 [هفتاد و یک]‬

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What do you want to do?
‫چه می‌خواهید؟‬
shomâ che mikhâhid?
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)?
‫می‌خواهید فوتبال بازی کنید؟‬
mikhâhid footbâl bâzi konid?
Do you want to visit friends?
‫می‌خواهید بروید دوستانتان را ببینید؟‬
mikhâhid be molâghâte doostân beravid?
to want
I don’t want to arrive late.
‫من نمی‌خواهم دیر برسم.‬
man nemikhâham dir biâyam.
I don’t want to go there.
‫من نمی‌خواهم آنجا بروم.‬
man nemikhâham ânjâ beravam.
I want to go home.
‫من می‌خواهم به خانه بروم.‬
man mikhâham be khâne beravam.
I want to stay at home.
‫من می‌خواهم در خانه بمانم.‬
man mikhâham dar khâne bemânam.
I want to be alone.
‫من می‌خواهم تنها باشم.‬
man mikhâham tanhâ bâsham.
Do you want to stay here?
‫می‌خواهی اینجا بمانی؟‬
to mikhâhi injâ bemâni?
Do you want to eat here?
‫می‌خواهی اینجا غذا بخوری؟‬
to mikhâhi injâ ghazâ bokhori?
Do you want to sleep here?
‫می‌خواهی اینجا بخوابی؟‬
to mikhâhi injâ bekhâbi?
Do you want to leave tomorrow?
‫می‌خواهید فردا راه بیفتید (با ماشین)؟‬
mikhâhid fardâ râh bioftid (bâ mâschin)?
Do you want to stay till tomorrow?
‫می‌خواهید تا فردا بمانید؟‬
mikhâhid tâ fardâ bemânid?
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow?
‫می‌خواهید صورت حساب را فردا پرداخت نمائید؟‬
mikhâhid surat hesâb râ fardâ pardâkht namâ-id?
Do you want to go to the disco?
‫می‌خواهید به دیسکو بروید؟‬
mikhâhid be disko beravid?
Do you want to go to the cinema?
‫می‌خواهید به سینما بروید؟‬
mikhâhid be sinemâ beravid?
Do you want to go to a café?
‫می‌خواهید به کافه بروید؟‬
mikhâhid be kâfe beravid?

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