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92 [ninety-two]

Subordinate clauses: that 2

 


92 [իննսուներկու]

երկրորդական նախադասություններ "որ" ով 2

 

 
I’m angry that you snore.
Դա ինձ բարկացնում է, որ դու խռմփացնում ես:
Da indz barkats’num e, vor du khrrmp’ats’num yes
I’m angry that you drink so much beer.
Դա ինձ բարկացնում է, որ դու այդքան շատ գարեջուր ես խմում:
Da indz barkats’num e, vor du aydk’an shat garejur yes khmum
I’m angry that you come so late.
Դա ինձ բարկացնում է, որ դու այդքան ուշ ես գալիս:
Da indz barkats’num e, vor du aydk’an ush yes galis
 
 
 
 
I think he needs a doctor.
Ես կարծում եմ, որ նրան բժիշկ է հարկավոր:
Yes kartsum yem, vor nran bzhishk e harkavor
I think he is ill.
Ես կարծում եմ, որ նա հիվանդ է:
Yes kartsum yem, vor na hivand e
I think he is sleeping now.
Ես կարծում եմ, որ նա այժմ քնում է:
Yes kartsum yem, vor na ayzhm k’num e
 
 
 
 
We hope that he marries our daughter.
Մենք հուսով էնք, որ նա մեր աղջկա հետ կամուսնանա:
Menk’ husov enk’, vor na mer aghjka het kamusnana
We hope that he has a lot of money.
Մենք հուսով էնք, որ նա շատ փող ունի:
Menk’ husov enk’, vor na shat p’vogh uni
We hope that he is a millionaire.
Մենք հուսով էնք, որ նա միլլիոնատեր է:
Menk’ husov enk’, vor na millionater e
 
 
 
 
I heard that your wife had an accident.
Ես լսել եմ, որ նրա կինը վթարի է ենթարկվել:
Yes lsel yem, vor nra kiny vt’ari e yent’arkvel
I heard that she is in the hospital.
Ես լսել եմ, որ նա հիվանդանոցում է:
Yes lsel yem, vor na hivandanots’um e
I heard that your car is completely wrecked.
Ես լսել եմ, որ քո մեքենան լիովին փչացել է:
Yes lsel yem, vor k’vo mek’yenan liovin p’ch’ats’yel e
 
 
 
 
I’m happy that you came.
Ես ուրախ եմ, որ Դուք եկել եք:
Yes urakh yem, vor Duk’ yekel yek’
I’m happy that you are interested.
Ես ուրախ եմ, որ Դուք հետաքրքրություն ունեք:
Yes urakh yem, vor Duk’ hetak’rk’rut’yun unek’
I’m happy that you want to buy the house.
Ես ուրախ եմ, որ Դուք այդ տունը գնել եք ցանկանում:
Yes urakh yem, vor Duk’ ayd tuny gnel yek’ ts’ankanum
 
 
 
 
I’m afraid the last bus has already gone.
Ես մտավախություն ունեմ, որ վերջին ավտոբուսը արդեն մեկնել է:
Yes mtavakhut’yun unem, vor verjin avtobusy arden meknel e
I’m afraid we will have to take a taxi.
Ես մտավախություն ունեմ, որ մենք տաքսի պետք է վերցնենք:
Yes mtavakhut’yun unem, vor menk’ tak’si petk’ e verts’nenk’
I’m afraid I have no more money.
Ես մտավախություն ունեմ, որ իմ մոտ ոչ մի փող չկա:
Yes mtavakhut’yun unem, vor im mot voch’ mi p’vogh ch’ka
 
 
 
 


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