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24 [twenty-four]

Appointment

 


24 [քսանչորս]

պայմանավորվածություն

 

 
Did you miss the bus?
Ավտոբուսից ուշացա՞ր:
Avtobusits’ ushats’a՞r
I waited for you for half an hour.
Ես կես ժամ քեզ սպասեցի:
Yes kes zham k’yez spasets’i
Don’t you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you?
Շարժական հեռախոս չունե՞ս:
Sharzhakan herrakhos ch’une՞s
 
 
 
 
Be punctual next time!
Մյուս անգամ ճշտապահ եղիր:
Myus angam chshtapah yeghir
Take a taxi next time!
Մյուս անգամ տաքսի վերցրու:
Myus angam tak’si verts’ru
Take an umbrella with you next time!
Մյուս անգամ անձրևանոց վերցրու:
Myus angam andzrevanots’ verts’ru
 
 
 
 
I have the day off tomorrow.
Վաղը ես ազատ եմ:
Vaghy yes azat yem
Shall we meet tomorrow?
Վաղը հանդիպե՞նք:
Vaghy handipe՞nk’
I’m sorry, I can’t make it tomorrow.
Ներիր, ցավոք վաղը չեմ կարող:
Nerir, ts’avok’ vaghy ch’yem karogh
 
 
 
 
Do you already have plans for this weekend?
Իսկ այս շաբաթ-կիրակի ինչ որ պլաններ ունե՞ս:
Isk ays shabat’-kiraki inch’ vor planner une՞s
Or do you already have an appointment?
Թե՞ արդեն պայմանավորված ես:
T’ye՞ arden paymanavorvats yes
I suggest that we meet on the weekend.
Ես առաջարկում եմ այս շաբաթ-կիրակի հանդիպել:
Yes arrajarkum yem ays shabat’-kiraki handipel
 
 
 
 
Shall we have a picnic?
Զբոսախնջույք անե՞նք:
Zbosakhnjuyk’ ane՞nk’
Shall we go to the beach?
Ծովափ գնա՞նք:
Tsovap’ gna՞nk’
Shall we go to the mountains?
Գնա՞նք դեպի լեռները:
Gna՞nk’ depi lerrnery
 
 
 
 
I will pick you up at the office.
Ես կվերցնեմ քեզ գրասենյակից:
Yes kverts’nem k’yez grasenyakits’
I will pick you up at home.
Ես կվերցնեմ քեզ տնից:
Yes kverts’nem k’yez tnits’
I will pick you up at the bus stop.
Ես կվերցնեմ քեզ ավտոբուսի կանգառից:
Yes kverts’nem k’yez avtobusi kangarrits’
 
 
 
 


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