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100 [one hundred]



‫100 [صد]‬



already – not yet
‫ تا به حال – هرگز ‬
tâkonun - hargez
Have you already been to Berlin?
‫آیا تا به حال در برلین بوده اید؟‬
âyâ tâ be hâl dar berlin bude-id?
No, not yet.
‫نه، هرگز.‬
na, hargez.
someone – no one
‫کسی – هیچکس‬
kasi - hichkas
Do you know someone here?
‫شما اینجا کسی را می‌شناسید؟‬
shomâ injâ kasi râ mishenâsid?
No, I don’t know anyone here.
‫نه، من کسی را اینجا نمی‌شناسم.‬
na, man injâ kasi râ nemishenâsam.
a little longer – not much longer
‫یک کم دیگر - نه خیلی زیاد‬
hanuz ham - digar na
Will you stay here a little longer?
‫شما مدت بیشتری اینجا می‌مانید؟‬
shomâ mod-dat-e bishtari injâ mimânid?
No, I won’t stay here much longer.
‫نه، من خیلی زیاد اینجا نمی‌مانم.‬
na, man digar ziâd injâ nemimânam.
something else – nothing else
‫چیز دیگری - هیچ چیز دیگر‬
meghdâri digar - bishtar az in na
Would you like to drink something else?
‫می‌خواهید چیز دیگری بنوشید‬
mikha-heed meghdâri digar benushid?
No, I don’t want anything else.
‫نه، دیگر چیزی نمی‌خواهم.‬
na, bish az in nemikhâham.
something already – nothing yet
‫قبلا چیزی – هنوز هیچ چیز‬
tâ hâlâ meghdâri - hanuz hich
Have you already eaten something?
‫شما چیزی خورده اید؟‬
shomâ chizi khorde-id?
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet.
‫نه، هنوز چیزی نخورده ام.‬
na, hanuz hich chiz nakhorde-am.
someone else – no one else
‫کس دیگری – هیچکس دیگر‬
kas-e digar - hich kas-e digar
Does anyone else want a coffee?
‫کس دیگری قهوه می‌خواهد؟‬
kas-e digari ghahve mikhâ-had?
No, no one else.
‫نه، هیچ کسی نمی‌خواهد.‬
na, digar kasi nemikhâ-had

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