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50 [fifty]

In the swimming pool

 


50 [հիսուն]

լողավազանում

 

 
It is hot today.
Այսոր շոգ է:
Aysor shog e
Shall we go to the swimming pool?
Գնա՞նք լողավազան:
Gna՞nk’ loghavazan
Do you feel like swimming?
ՈՒզու՞մ ես գնանք լողավազան:
Uzu՞m yes gnank’ loghavazan
 
 
 
 
Do you have a towel?
Սրբիչ ունե՞ս:
Srbich’ une՞s
Do you have swimming trunks?
Լողավարտիք ունե՞ս:
Loghavartik’ une՞s
Do you have a bathing suit?
Լողազգեստ ունե՞ս:
Loghazgest une՞s
 
 
 
 
Can you swim?
Լողալ գիտե՞ս:
Loghal gite՞s
Can you dive?
Սուզվել գիտե՞ս:
Suzvel gite՞s
Can you jump in the water?
Կարո՞ղ ես ջրի մեջ ցատկել:
Karo՞gh yes jri mej ts’atkel
 
 
 
 
Where is the shower?
Որտե՞ղ է ցնցուղը:
Vorte՞gh e ts’nts’ughy
Where is the changing room?
Որտե՞ղ է փոխվելու խցիկը:
Vorte՞gh e p’vokhvelu khts’iky
Where are the swimming goggles?
Որտե՞ղ է լողի ակնոցը:
Vorte՞gh e loghi aknots’y
 
 
 
 
Is the water deep?
Ջուրը խո՞րն է:
Jury kho՞rn e
Is the water clean?
Ջուրը մաքու՞ր է:
Jury mak’u՞r e
Is the water warm?
Ջուրը տա՞ք է:
Jury ta՞k’ e
 
 
 
 
I am freezing.
Ես մրսում եմ:
Yes mrsum yem
The water is too cold.
Ջուրը սառն է:
Jury sarrn e
I am getting out of the water now.
Ես հիմա ջրից դուրս եմ գալիս:
Yes hima jrits’ durs yem galis
 
 
 
 


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