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94 [ninety-four]

Conjunctions 1

 


94 [իննսունչորս]

բարդ ստորադասական 1

 

 
Wait until the rain stops.
Սպասիր, մինչև անձրևը դադարի:
Spasir, minch’yev andzrevy dadari
Wait until I’m finished.
Սպասիր, մինչև ես պատրաստ լինեմ:
Spasir, minch’yev yes patrast linem
Wait until he comes back.
Սպասիր, մինչև ես հետ վերադառնամ:
Spasir, minch’yev yes het veradarrnam
 
 
 
 
I’ll wait until my hair is dry.
Ես սպասում եմ, մինչև մազերս չորանան:
Yes spasum yem, minch’yev mazers ch’voranan
I’ll wait until the film is over.
Ես սպասում եմ, մինչև ֆիլմը ավարտվի:
Yes spasum yem, minch’yev filmy avartvi
I’ll wait until the traffic light is green.
Ես սպասում եմ, մինչև լուսանշանը կանաչ լինի:
Yes spasum yem, minch’yev lusanshany kanach’ lini
 
 
 
 
When do you go on holiday?
Ե՞րբ ես արձակուրդի գնում:
Ye՞rb yes ardzakurdi gnum
Before the summer holidays?
Ամառային արձակուրդներից առա՞ջ:
Amarrayin ardzakurdnerits’ arra՞j
Yes, before the summer holidays begin.
Այո, մինչև ամառային արձակուրդների սկսվելը:
Ayo, minch’yev amarrayin ardzakurdneri sksvely
 
 
 
 
Repair the roof before the winter begins.
Վերանորոգիր տանիքը, մինչև ձմռան սկիզբը:
Veranorogir tanik’y, minch’yev dzmrran skizby
Wash your hands before you sit at the table.
Լվա ձեռքերդ, մինչ դու սեղան նստես:
Lva dzerrk’yerd, minch’ du seghan nstes
Close the window before you go out.
Փակիր լուսամուտը, մինչև դու գնաս:
P’akir lusamuty, minch’yev du gnas
 
 
 
 
When will you come home?
Ե՞րբ ես տուն գալիս:
Ye՞rb yes tun galis
After class?
Դասից հետո՞:
Dasits’ heto՞
Yes, after the class is over.
Այո, դասից հետո:
Ayo, dasits’ heto
 
 
 
 
After he had an accident, he could not work anymore.
Վթարից հետո նա այլևս չկարողացավ աշխատել:
Vt’arits’ heto na aylevs ch’karoghats’av ashkhatel
After he had lost his job, he went to America.
Աշխատանքը կորցնելուց հետո նա մեկնեց Ամերիկա:
Ashkhatank’y korts’neluts’ heto na meknets’ Amerika
After he went to America, he became rich.
Ամերիկա մեկնելուց հետո նա հարստացավ:
Amerika mekneluts’ heto na harstats’av
 
 
 
 


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