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31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

 


31 [երեսունմեկ]

ռեստորանում 3

 

 
I would like a starter.
Ես կցանկանայի նախուտեստ:
Yes kts’ankanayi nakhutest
I would like a salad.
Ես կցանկանայի սալաթ եմ:
Yes kts’ankanayi salat’ yem
I would like a soup.
Ես կցանկանայի ապուր:
Yes kts’ankanayi apur
 
 
 
 
I would like a dessert.
Ես կցանկանայի աղանդեր:
Yes kts’ankanayi aghander
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream.
Ես կցանկանայի սերուցքով պաղպաղակ:
Yes kts’ankanayi seruts’k’ov paghpaghak
I would like some fruit or cheese.
Ես կցանկանայի միրգ կամ պանիր:
Yes kts’ankanayi mirg kam panir
 
 
 
 
We would like to have breakfast.
Մենք ցանկանում ենք նախաճաշել:
Menk’ ts’ankanum yenk’ nakhachashel
We would like to have lunch.
Մենք ցանկանում ենք ճաշել:
Menk’ ts’ankanum yenk’ chashel
We would like to have dinner.
Մենք ցանկանում ենք ընթրել:
Menk’ ts’ankanum yenk’ ynt’rel
 
 
 
 
What would you like for breakfast?
Ի՞նչ կցանկանայիք նախաճաշին:
I՞nch’ kts’ankanayik’ nakhachashin
Rolls with jam and honey?
Հաց ջեմով և մեղրո՞վ:
Hats’ jemov yev meghro՞v
Toast with sausage and cheese?
Տոստ երշիկով և պանիրո՞վ:
Tost yershikov yev paniro՞v
 
 
 
 
A boiled egg?
Եփած ձու՞:
Yep’ats dzu՞
A fried egg?
Տապակած ձու՞:
Tapakats dzu՞
An omelette?
Ձվածեղ՞:
Dzvatsegh՞
 
 
 
 
Another yoghurt, please.
Խնդրում եմ նաև մածուն:
Khndrum yem naev matsun
Some salt and pepper also, please.
Խնդրում եմ նաև աղ և պղպեղ:
Khndrum yem naev agh yev pghpegh
Another glass of water, please.
Խնդրում եմ նաև մեկ բաժակ ջուր:
Khndrum yem naev mek bazhak jur
 
 
 
 


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