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65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2


65 [అరవై ఐదు]

నిరాకరణ 2


Is the ring expensive?
చేతి ఉంగరం ఖరీదైనదా?
Cēti uṅgaraṁ kharīdainadā?
No, it costs only one hundred Euros.
లేదు, దీని ధర కేవలం ఒక వంద యూరోలు మాత్రమే
Lēdu, dīni dhara kēvalaṁ oka vanda yūrōlu mātramē
But I have only fifty.
కానీ నా వద్ద కేవలం యాభై మాత్రమే ఉంది
Kānī nā vadda kēvalaṁ yābhai mātramē undi
Are you finished?
నీది అయిపోయిందా?
Nīdi ayipōyindā?
No, not yet.
లేదు, ఇంకా అవ్వలేదు
Lēdu, iṅkā avvalēdu
But I’ll be finished soon.
కానీ, తొందరలోనే నాది అయిపోతుంది
Kānī, tondaralōnē nādi ayipōtundi
Do you want some more soup?
మీకు ఇంకొంత సూప్ కావాలా?
Mīku iṅkonta sūp kāvālā?
No, I don’t want anymore.
వద్దు, నాకు ఇంక వద్దు
Vaddu, nāku iṅka vaddu
But another ice cream.
కానీ ఇంకొక ఐస్ క్రీమ్
Kānī iṅkoka ais krīm
Have you lived here long?
మీరు ఇక్కడ ఎక్కువ కాలం ఉన్నారా?
Mīru ikkaḍa ekkuva kālaṁ unnārā?
No, only for a month.
లేదు, కేవలం ఒక నెల మాత్రమే
Lēdu, kēvalaṁ oka nela mātramē
But I already know a lot of people.
కానీ, నాకు ఇప్పటికే చాలా మంది మనుషులతో పరిచయం ఉంది
Kānī, nāku ippaṭikē cālā mandi manuṣulatō paricayaṁ undi
Are you driving home tomorrow?
మీరు రేపు ఇంటికి వెళ్తున్నారా?
Mīru rēpu iṇṭiki veḷtunnārā?
No, only on the weekend.
లేదు, కేవలం వారాంతంలోనే
Lēdu, kēvalaṁ vārāntanlōnē
But I will be back on Sunday.
కానీ, నేను ఆదివారం వెనక్కి వచ్చేస్తాను
Kānī, nēnu ādivāraṁ venakki vaccēstānu
Is your daughter an adult?
మీ కూతురు పెద్దదై పోయిందా?
Mī kūturu peddadai pōyindā?
No, she is only seventeen.
లేదు, దానికి కేవలం పదిహేడే
Lēdu, dāniki kēvalaṁ padihēḍē
But she already has a boyfriend.
కానీ, దానికి ఇప్పటికే ఒక స్నేహితుడు ఉన్నాడు
Kānī, dāniki ippaṭikē oka snēhituḍu unnāḍu

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For a long time dialect speakers were considered uneducated and could not find good jobs. Today it is different, even though dialects still play a role in Great Britain. British English has also been strongly influenced by French. This dates back to the Norman Conquest in 1066. In turn, Great Britain took its language to other continents during the colonial times. In this way, English became one of the most important languages of the world in the last few centuries. Learn English, but the original please!


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