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64 [sixty-four]

Negation 1

 


64 [վաթսունչորս]

ժխտում 1

 

 
I don’t understand the word.
Ես բառը չեմ հասկանում:
Yes barry ch’yem haskanum
I don’t understand the sentence.
Ես նախադասությունը չեմ հասկանում:
Yes nakhadasut’yuny ch’yem haskanum
I don’t understand the meaning.
Ես իմաստը չեմ հասկանում:
Yes imasty ch’yem haskanum
 
 
 
 
the teacher
ուսուցիչ
usuts’ich’
Do you understand the teacher?
ՈՒսուցչին հասկանու՞մ եք:
Usuts’ch’in haskanu՞m yek’
Yes, I understand him well.
Այո, ես նրան լավ եմ հասկանում:
Ayo, yes nran lav yem haskanum
 
 
 
 
the teacher
ուսուցչուհի
usuts’ch’uhi
Do you understand the teacher?
ՈՒսուցչուհուն հասկանու՞մ եք:
Usuts’ch’uhun haskanu՞m yek’
Yes, I understand her well.
Այո, ես նրան լավ եմ հասկանում:
Ayo, yes nran lav yem haskanum
 
 
 
 
the people
մարդիկ
mardik
Do you understand the people?
Այս մարդկանց հասկանու՞մ եք:
Ays mardkants’ haskanu՞m yek’
No, I don’t understand them so well.
Ոչ, ես նրանց լավ չեմ հասկանում:
Voch’, yes nrants’ lav ch’yem haskanum
 
 
 
 
the girlfriend
ընկերուհի
ynkeruhi
Do you have a girlfriend?
Ընկերուհի ունե՞ս:
Ynkeruhi une՞s
Yes, I do.
Այո, ես մի ընկերուհի ունեմ:
Ayo, yes mi ynkeruhi unem
 
 
 
 
the daughter
դուստր
dustr
Do you have a daughter?
Դուստր ունե՞ս:
Dustr une՞s
No, I don’t.
Ոչ, ես դուստր չունեմ:
Voch’, yes dustr ch’unem
 
 
 
 


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