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98 [ninety-eight]

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‫98 [نود و هشت]‬

‫حروف ربط مضاعف‬


The journey was beautiful, but too tiring.
‫اگرچه مسافرت خوب بود، اما خیلی خسته کننده بود.‬
agarche mosâferat khub bud, ammâ khyli khaste konande bud.
The train was on time, but too full.
‫اگرچه قطار سر وقت آمد، اما خیلی پر بود.‬
agarche ghatâr sare vaght âmad, ammâ khyli por bud.
The hotel was comfortable, but too expensive.
‫اگرچه هتل خوب و راحت بود، اما خیلی گران بود.‬
agarche hotel khub-o râahat bud, ammâ khyli gerân bud.
He’ll take either the bus or the train.
‫او (مرد) یا با اتوبوس می‌رود یا با قطار.‬
oo yâ bâ otobus miravad yâ bâ ghatâr.
He’ll come either this evening or tomorrow morning.
‫او (مرد) یا امشب می‌آید یا فردا صبح.‬
oo yâ emshab mi-âyad yâ fardâ sobhe zud.
He’s going to stay either with us or in the hotel.
‫او (مرد) یا پیش ما می‌ماند یا در هتل.‬
oo yâ pishe mâ mimânad yâ dar hotel.
She speaks Spanish as well as English.
‫او (زن) هم اسپانیایی صحبت می‌کند و هم انگلیسی.‬
oo (zan) ham espâniâ-yee va ham engelisi sohbat mikonad.
She has lived in Madrid as well as in London.
‫او هم در مادرید زندگی کرده است و هم در لندن.‬
oo ham dar mâdrid va ham dar landan zendegi karde-ast.
She knows Spain as well as England.
‫او هم اسپانیا را می‌شناسد و هم انگلیس را.‬
oo ham espâniâ râ mishenâsad va ham engelis râ.
He is not only stupid, but also lazy.
‫او نه تنها احمق است، بلکه تنبل هم هست.‬
oo na tanhâ ahmagh ast, balke tanbal ham hast.
She is not only pretty, but also intelligent.
‫او (زن) نه تنها زیباست بلکه باهوش هم هست.‬
oo na tanhâ zibâst balke bâhush ham hast.
She speaks not only German, but also French.
‫او (زن) نه تنها آلمانی، بلکه فرانسوی هم صحبت می‌کند.‬
oo na tanhâ âlmâni, balke farânsavi ham sohbat mikonad.
I can neither play the piano nor the guitar.
‫من نه می‌توانم پیانو بنوازم و نه گیتار.‬
man na mitavânam piâno benavâzam va na gitâr.
I can neither waltz nor do the samba.
‫من نه می‌توانم والس برقصم و نه سامبا.‬
man na mitavânam vâls beraghsam va na sâmbâ.
I like neither opera nor ballet.
‫من نه از آواز اپرا خوشم می‌آید و نه از رقص باله.‬
man na az âvâze operâ khosham mi-âyad va na az raghse bâle.
The faster you work, the earlier you will be finished.
‫هر چه سریعتر کار کنی، زودتر کارت تمام می‌شود.‬
har che sari-e-tar kâr koni, zudtar kârat tamâm mishavad.
The earlier you come, the earlier you can go.
‫هرچه زودتر بیایی، زودتر هم می‌توانی بروی.‬
har che zud-tar biâ-yee, zud-tar ham mitavâni beravi.
The older one gets, the more complacent one gets.
‫هر چه سن بالا می‌رود، احساس راحت طلبی بیشتر می‌شود.‬
har che sen bâlâ miravad, ehsâse râhat-talabi bishtar mishavad.

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