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97 [ninety-seven]

Conjunctions 4


97 [తొంభై ఏడు]

సముచ్చయం 4


He fell asleep although the TV was on.
టీ.వీ. మోగుతున్నపటికీ ఆయన పడుకుండిపోయారు
Ṭī.Vī. Mōgutunnapaṭikī āyana paḍukuṇḍipōyāru
He stayed a while although it was late.
ఆలస్యం అయిపోనప్పటికీ ఆయన మరికొంత సేపు వెళ్ళిపోకుండా ఉన్నారు
Ālasyaṁ ayipōnappaṭikī āyana marikonta sēpu veḷḷipōkuṇḍā unnāru
He didn’t come although we had made an appointment.
మేము అపాయింట్మెంట్ చేసుకున్నప్పటికీ ఆయన రాలేదు
Mēmu apāyiṇṭmeṇṭ cēsukunnappaṭikī āyana rālēdu
The TV was on. Nevertheless, he fell asleep.
టీ.వీ. మోగుతూనే ఉంది. అయినా ఆయన పడుకుండిపోయారు
Ṭī.Vī. Mōgutūnē undi. Ayinā āyana paḍukuṇḍipōyāru
It was already late. Nevertheless, he stayed a while.
ఆలస్యం అయిపోయింది. అయినా ఆయన మరికొంత సేపు వెళ్ళిపోకుండా ఉన్నారు
Ālasyaṁ ayipōyindi. Ayinā āyana marikonta sēpu veḷḷipōkuṇḍā unnāru
We had made an appointment. Nevertheless, he didn’t come.
మేము అపాయింట్మెంట్ చేసుకున్నము. అయినా ఆయన రాలేదు
Mēmu apāyiṇṭmeṇṭ cēsukunnamu. Ayinā āyana rālēdu
Although he has no license, he drives the car.
ఆయన వద్ద లైసెన్స్ లేకపోయినా కారు నడుపుతారు.
Āyana vadda laisens lēdu, ayinā āyana kār naḍuputunnāru
Although the road is slippery, he drives so fast.
రోడ్డు జారుడుగా ఉన్నా ఆయన చాలా వేగంగా బండిని నడుపుతారు.
Although he is drunk, he rides his bicycle.
ఆయన మందు తాగి ఉన్నా కూడా సైకిల్ ని తోక్కుతారు.
Rōḍḍu jāruḍugā undi, ayinā āyana vēgaṅgā baṇḍī naḍuputunnāru
Despite having no licence / license (am.), he drives the car.
ఆయన వద్ద లైసెన్సు లేనప్పటికీ, ఆయన కార్ నడుపుతున్నారు
Āyana vadda laisensu lēnappaṭikī, āyana kār naḍuputunnāru
Despite the road being slippery, he drives fast.
రోడ్డు జారుడుగా ఉన్నప్పటికీ, ఆయన వేగంగా బండీ నడుపుతున్నారు
Rōḍḍu jāruḍugā unnappaṭikī, āyana vēgaṅgā baṇḍī naḍuputunnāru
Despite being drunk, he rides the bike.
ఆయన తాగి ఉన్నప్పటికీ, ఆయన బైక్ నడుపుతున్నారు
Āyana tāgi unnappaṭikī, āyana baik naḍuputunnāru
Although she went to college, she can’t find a job.
ఆమె కాలేజ్ కి వెళ్ళినప్పటికీ, ఆమెకి ఉద్యోగం దొరకలేదు
Āme kālēj ki veḷḷinappaṭikī, āmeki udyōgaṁ dorakalēdu
Although she is in pain, she doesn’t go to the doctor.
ఆమె నొప్పితో ఉన్నప్పటికీ, ఆమె డాక్టర్ వద్దకు వెళ్ళదు
Āme noppitō unnappaṭikī, āme ḍākṭar vaddaku veḷḷadu
Although she has no money, she buys a car.
ఆమె వద్ద డబ్బు లేనప్పటికీ, ఆమె కారు కొన్నది
Āme vadda ḍabbu lēnappaṭikī, āme kāru konnadi
She went to college. Nevertheless, she can’t find a job.
ఆమె కాలేజ్ కి వెళ్ళింది. అయినప్పటికీ ఆమెకి ఉద్యోగం దొరకలేదు
Āme kālēj ki veḷḷindi. Ayinappaṭikī āmeki udyōgaṁ dorakalēdu
She is in pain. Nevertheless, she doesn’t go to the doctor.
ఆమె నొప్పితో ఉంది. అయినప్పటికీ ఆమె డాక్టర్ వద్దకు వెళ్ళదు
Āme noppitō undi. Ayinappaṭikī āme ḍākṭar vaddaku veḷḷadu
She has no money. Nevertheless, she buys a car.
ఆమె వద్ద డబ్బు లేదు. అయినప్పటికీ ఆమె కారు కొన్నది
Āme vadda ḍabbu lēdu. Ayinappaṭikī āme kāru konnadi

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