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31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3


31 [ముప్పై ఒకటి]

రెస్టారెంట్ వద్ద 3


I would like a starter.
నాకు ఒక స్టార్టర్ కావాలి
Nāku oka sṭārṭar kāvāli
I would like a salad.
నాకు సలాడ్ కావాలి
Nāku salāḍ kāvāli
I would like a soup.
నాకు ఒక సూప్ కావాలి
Nāku oka sūp kāvāli
I would like a dessert.
నాకు ఒక డెస్సర్ట్ కావాలి
Nāku oka ḍes'sarṭ kāvāli
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream.
నాకు విప్ చేసిన క్రీమ్ తో ఉన్న ఐస్ క్రీమ్ కావాలి
Nāku vip cēsina krīm tō unna ais krīm kāvāli
I would like some fruit or cheese.
నాకు కొన్ని పళ్ళు లేదా చీజ్ కావాలి
Nāku konni paḷḷu lēdā cīj kāvāli
We would like to have breakfast.
నాకు బ్రేక్ ఫాస్ట్ తినాలని / చేయాలని ఉంది
Nāku brēk phāsṭ tinālani/ cēyālani undi
We would like to have lunch.
నాకు లంచ్ తినాలని / చేయాలని ఉంది
Nāku lan̄c tinālani/ cēyālani undi
We would like to have dinner.
నాకు డిన్నర్ తినాలని / చేయాలని ఉంది
Nāku ḍinnar tinālani/ cēyālani undi
What would you like for breakfast?
మీకు బ్రేక్ ఫాస్ట్ లో ఏమి కావాలి?
Mīku brēk phāsṭ lō ēmi kāvāli?
Rolls with jam and honey?
జామ్ మరియు తేనె తో తయారుచేసిన రోల్స్ కావాలి
Jām mariyu tēne tō tayārucēsina rōls kāvāli
Toast with sausage and cheese?
సాసేజ్ మరియు చీజ్ తో తయారుచేసిన టోస్ట్ కావాలా?
Sāsēj mariyu cīj tō tayārucēsina ṭōsṭ kāvālā?
A boiled egg?
బాయిల్ చేసిన గుడ్డు కావాలా?
Bāyil cēsina guḍḍu kāvālā?
A fried egg?
ఫ్రై చేసిన గుడ్డు కావాలా?
Phrai cēsina guḍḍu kāvālā?
An omelette?
ఆమ్లెట్ కావాలా?
Āmleṭ kāvālā?
Another yoghurt, please.
ఇంకొక కప్పు పెరుగు కావాలి
Iṅkoka kappu perugu kāvāli
Some salt and pepper also, please.
అలాగే కొంచం ఉప్పు మరియు మిరియాల పొడి కూడా ఇవ్వండి
Alāgē kon̄caṁ uppu mariyu miriyāla poḍi kūḍā ivvaṇḍi
Another glass of water, please.
మరొక్క గ్లాస్ మంచి నీళ్ళు ఇవ్వండి
Marokka glās man̄ci nīḷḷu ivvaṇḍi

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