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38 [thirty-eight]

In the taxi

In the taxi

‫38 [اڑتیس]‬


‫ٹیکسی میں‬

[taxy mein]

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Please call a taxi. ‫ٹ---- ک- ب-- د--‬ ‫ٹیکسی کو بلا دیں‬ 0
ta-- k- b---- d-ntaxy ko bulaa den
What does it cost to go to the station? ‫ا----- ت- ک- ک---- ک--- ہ- گ--‬ ‫اسٹیشن تک کا کرایہ کتنا ہو گا؟‬ 0
st----- t-- k- k----- k---- h- g-?station tak ka kiraya kitna ho ga?
What does it cost to go to the airport? ‫ا------ ت- ک- ک---- ک--- ہ----‬ ‫ائرپورٹ تک کا کرایہ کتنا ہوگا؟‬ 0
ai----- t-- k- k----- k---- h---?airport tak ka kiraya kitna hoga?
Please go straight ahead. ‫س---- چ---‬ ‫سیدھے چلیے‬ 0
se----- c-----eseedhay chaliye
Please turn right here. ‫ی--- د---- م- ج---‬ ‫یہاں دائیں مڑ جایں‬ 0
ya--- s------ h---- p-- m--ryahan seedhay haath par murr
Please turn left at the corner. ‫و--- ک--- پ- ب---- ط--‬ ‫وہاں کونے پر بائیں طرف‬ 0
wa--- k---- p-- u---- h---- k- t---fwahan konay par ultay haath ki taraf
I’m in a hurry. ‫م--- ج--- ہ-‬ ‫مجھے جلدی ہے‬ 0
mu--- j---- h-imujhe jaldi hai
I have time. ‫م--- پ-- و-- ہ-‬ ‫میرے پاس وقت ہے‬ 0
me-- p--- w--- h-imere paas waqt hai
Please drive slowly. ‫آ---- چ-----‬ ‫آہستہ چلائیے‬ 0
aa------ c-----eaahistaa chlayie
Please stop here. ‫ی--- ر-- د----‬ ‫یہاں روک دیجیے‬ 0
ya--- r-- d----eyahan rok degiye
Please wait a moment. ‫ت---- د-- ا----- ک----‬ ‫تھوڑی دیر انتظار کیجیے‬ 0
th--- d-- i------ k-----ethori der intzaar kiijiye
I’ll be back immediately. ‫م-- ا--- و--- آ-- ہ--‬ ‫میں ابھی واپس آتا ہوں‬ 0
me-- f--- a--- h-nmein for" aata hon
Please give me a receipt. ‫م--- ا-- ر--- د----‬ ‫مجھے ایک رسید دیجیے‬ 0
mu--- a-- r----- d----emujhe aik raseed degiye
I have no change. ‫م--- پ-- ک---- پ--- ن--- ہ--‬ ‫میرے پاس کھّلے پیسے نہیں ہیں‬ 0
me-- p--- c----- p----- n--- h--nmere paas chutte paisay nahi hain
That is okay, please keep the change. ‫ٹ--- ہ-- ب--- آ- ر----‬ ‫ٹھیک ہے، باقی آپ رکھیے‬ 0
th--- h--- b--- a-- r-----etheek hai, baqi aap rakhiye
Drive me to this address. ‫م--- ا- پ-- پ- پ---- د--‬ ‫مجھے اس پتے پر پہنچا دیں‬ 0
mu--- i- p----- p-- p------ d-nmujhe is pattay par pouncha den
Drive me to my hotel. ‫م--- م--- ہ--- م-- پ---- د--‬ ‫مجھے میرے ہوٹل میں پہنچا دیں‬ 0
mu--- m--- h---- m--- p------ d-nmujhe mere hotel mein pouncha den
Drive me to the beach. ‫م--- س---- ک- ک---- پ---- د--‬ ‫مجھے سمندر کے کنارے پہنچا دیں‬ 0
mu--- s------- k- k----- p------ d-nmujhe samandar ke kinare pouncha den

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Did you know?
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