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94 [ninety-four]

Conjunctions 1


‫94 [نود و چهار]‬

‫حروف ربط 1‬


Wait until the rain stops.
‫صبر کن تا باران بند بیاد.‬
sabr kon tâ bârân motevaghef shavad.
Wait until I’m finished.
‫صبر کن تا من کارم تمام شود.‬
sabr kon tâ man kâram tamâm shavad.
Wait until he comes back.
‫صبر کن تا او برگردد.‬
sabr kon tâ oo bar-gar-dad
I’ll wait until my hair is dry.
‫من صبر می‌کنم تا موهایم خشک شوند.‬
man sabr mikonam tâ muhâyam khoshk shavand.
I’ll wait until the film is over.
‫من صبر می‌کنم تا فیلم تمام شود.‬
man sabr mikonam tâ film tamâm shavad.
I’ll wait until the traffic light is green.
‫من صبر می‌کنم تا چراغ راهنما سبز شود.‬
man sabr mikonam tâ cherâghe râh namâ sabz shavad.
When do you go on holiday?
‫تو کی به مسافرت می‌روی؟‬
to key be mosâferat miravi?
Before the summer holidays?
‫قبل از تعطیلات تابستان؟‬
pish az ta-atilâte tâbestâni?
Yes, before the summer holidays begin.
‫بله، قبل از اینکه تعطیلات تابستان شروع شود.‬
bale, pish az ânke ta-atilâte tâbestâni shoru-e shavad.
Repair the roof before the winter begins.
‫قبل از اینکه زمستان شروع شود، سقف را تعمیر کن.‬
pish az ânke zemestân shoru-e shavad, saghf râ ta-a-mir kon.
Wash your hands before you sit at the table.
‫قبل از اینکه سر میز بنشینی، دست هایت را بشوی.‬
pish az ânke sare miz beneshini, dast-hâyat râ beshuye.
Close the window before you go out.
‫قبل از اینکه خارج شوی، پنجره را ببند.‬
pish az ânke khârej shavi, panjere râ beband.
When will you come home?
‫کی به خانه می‌آیی؟‬
key be khâne mi-âyee?
After class?
‫بعد از کلاس؟‬
bad az kelâse dars?
Yes, after the class is over.
‫بله، بعد از اینکه کلاس تمام شد.‬
bale, bad az in ke kelâse dars tamâm shod.
After he had an accident, he could not work anymore.
‫بعد از اینکه او (مرد) تصادف کرد دیگر نتوانست کار کند.‬
bad az in ke oo tasâdof kard digar natavânest kâr konad.
After he had lost his job, he went to America.
‫بعد از اینکه او (مرد) کارش را از دست داد به آمریکا رفت.‬
bad az in ke oo kârash râ az dast dâd be âmrikâ raft.
After he went to America, he became rich.
‫بعد از اینکه او (مرد) به آمریکا رفت ثروتمند شد.‬
bad az in ke oo be âmrikâ raft servatmand shod.

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