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82 [eighty-two]

Past tense 2


82 [ఎనభై రెండు]

భూత కాలం 2


Did you have to call an ambulance?
మీరు ఆంబులెన్స్‌ ని పిలవాల్సి వచ్చిందా?
Mīru āmbulens ni pilavālsi vaccindā?
Did you have to call the doctor?
మీరు డాక్టర్ ని పిలవాల్సి వచ్చిందా?
Mīru ḍākṭar ni pilavālsi vaccindā?
Did you have to call the police?
మీరు పోలీసులని పిలవాల్సి వచ్చిందా?
Mīru pōlīsulani pilavālsi vaccindā?
Do you have the telephone number? I had it just now.
మీ వద్ద టెలిఫోన్ నంబర్ ఉందా? నా వద్ద ఇంతకు మునుపే ఉండింది
Mī vadda ṭeliphōn nambar undā? Nā vadda intaku munupē uṇḍindi
Do you have the address? I had it just now.
మీ వద్ద చిరునామా ఉందా? నా వద్ద ఇంతకు మునుపే ఉండింది
Mī vadda cirunāmā undā? Nā vadda intaku munupē uṇḍindi
Do you have the city map? I had it just now.
మీ వద్ద సిటీ మ్యాప్ ఉందా? నా వద్ద ఇంతకు మునుపే ఉండింది
Mī vadda siṭī myāp undā? Nā vadda intaku munupē uṇḍindi
Did he come on time? He could not come on time.
ఆయన సమయానికి వచ్చారా? ఆయన సమయానికి రాలేకపోయారు
Āyana samayāniki vaccārā? Āyana samayāniki rālēkapōyāru
Did he find the way? He could not find the way.
ఆయన దోవ కనుక్కోగలిగారా? ఆయన దోవ కనుక్కోలేకపోయారు
Āyana dōva kanukkōgaligārā? Āyana dōva kanukkōlēkapōyāru
Did he understand you? He could not understand me.
ఆయన మిమ్మల్ని అర్ధం చేసుకోగలిగారా? ఆయన నన్ను అర్ధం చేసుకోలేకపోయారు
Āyana mim'malni ardhaṁ cēsukōgaligārā? Āyana nannu ardhaṁ cēsukōlēkapōyāru
Why could you not come on time?
మీరు సమయానికి ఎందుకు రాలేకపోయారు?
Mīru samayāniki enduku rālēkapōyāru?
Why could you not find the way?
మీరు దోవ ఎందుకు కనుక్కోలేకపోయారు?
Mīru dōva enduku kanukkōlēkapōyāru?
Why could you not understand him?
మీరు ఆయన్ని ఎందుకు అర్ధం చేసుకోలేకపోయారు?
Mīru āyanni enduku ardhaṁ cēsukōlēkapōyāru?
I could not come on time because there were no buses.
బస్సులు లేనందువలన నేను సమయానికి రాలేకపోయాను
Bas'sulu lēnanduvalana nēnu samayāniki rālēkapōyānu
I could not find the way because I had no city map.
నా వద్ద సిటీ మ్యాప్ లేనందువలన నేను దోవ కనుక్కోలేకపోయాను
Nā vadda siṭī myāp lēnanduvalana nēnu dōva kanukkōlēkapōyānu
I could not understand him because the music was so loud.
మ్యూజిక్ చాలా గందరగోళంగా ఉన్నందువలన నాకు ఆయన అర్ధం కాలేదు
Myūjik cālā gandaragōḷaṅgā unnanduvalana nāku āyana ardhaṁ kālēdu
I had to take a taxi.
నేను టాక్సీ పట్టుకోవాల్సి వచ్చింది
Nēnu ṭāksī paṭṭukōvālsi vaccindi
I had to buy a city map.
నేను సిటీ మ్యాప్ కొనాల్సి వచ్చింది
Nēnu siṭī myāp konālsi vaccindi
I had to switch off the radio.
నేను రేడియో ఆపాల్సి వచ్చింది
Nēnu rēḍiyō āpālsi vaccindi

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