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50 [fifty]

In the swimming pool


50 [యాభై]

స్విమ్మింగ్ పూల్ లో


It is hot today.
ఈ రోజు చాలా వేడిగా ఉంది
Ī rōju cālā vēḍigā undi
Shall we go to the swimming pool?
మనం స్విమ్మింగ్ పూల్ కి వెళ్దామా?
Manaṁ svim'miṅg pūl ki veḷdāmā?
Do you feel like swimming?
మీకు ఈత కొట్టాలని ఉందా?
Mīku īta koṭṭālani undā?
Do you have a towel?
మీ వద్ద తుండు ఉందా?
Mī vadda tuṇḍu undā?
Do you have swimming trunks?
మీ వద్ద ఈత కొట్టే దుస్తులు ఉన్నాయా?
Mī vadda īta koṭṭē dustulu unnāyā?
Do you have a bathing suit?
మీ వద్ద స్నానం చేసేటప్పుడు ధరించె దుస్తులు ఉన్నాయా?
Mī vadda snānaṁ cēsēṭappuḍu dharin̄ce dustulu unnāyā?
Can you swim?
మీకు ఈత కొట్టడం వచ్చా?
Mīku īta koṭṭaḍaṁ vaccā?
Can you dive?
మీకు డైవ్ చేయడం వచ్చా?
Mīku ḍaiv cēyaḍaṁ vaccā?
Can you jump in the water?
మీకు నీళ్ళల్లోకి దూకడం వచ్చా?
Mīku nīḷḷallōki dūkaḍaṁ vaccā?
Where is the shower?
షవర్ ఎక్కడ ఉంది?
Ṣavar ekkaḍa undi?
Where is the changing room?
బట్టలు మార్చుకునే గది ఎక్కడ ఉంది?
Baṭṭalu mārcukunē gadi ekkaḍa undi?
Where are the swimming goggles?
ఈత కొట్టేటప్పుడు ధరించె అద్దాలు ఎక్కడ ఉన్నాయి?
Īta koṭṭēṭappuḍu dharin̄ce addālu ekkaḍa unnāyi?
Is the water deep?
నీళ్ళు లోతుగా ఉన్నాయా?
Nīḷḷu lōtugā unnāyā?
Is the water clean?
నీళ్ళు శుభ్రంగా ఉన్నాయా?
Nīḷḷu śubhraṅgā unnāyā?
Is the water warm?
నీళ్ళు గోరువెచ్చగా ఉన్నాయా?
Nīḷḷu gōruveccagā unnāyā?
I am freezing.
నేను గడ్డకట్టుకుపోతున్నాను
Nēnu gaḍḍakaṭṭukupōtunnānu
The water is too cold.
నీళ్ళు చాలా చల్లగా ఉన్నాయి
Nīḷḷu cālā callagā unnāyi
I am getting out of the water now.
ఇప్పుడు నేను నీళ్ళ నుండి బయటకు వస్తున్నాను
Ippuḍu nēnu nīḷḷa nuṇḍi bayaṭaku vastunnānu

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