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‫آشنا شدن‬

[âshenâ shodan]

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Hi! ‫سلام‬ ‫سلام‬ ‫-ل-م- ------ ‫سلام‬ 0
s-lâ-! salâm! s-l-m- ------ salâm!
Hello! ‫رو- ب--ر-‬ ‫روز بخیر!‬ ‫-و- ب-ی-!- ----------- ‫روز بخیر!‬ 0
r-- be kh--r! ruz be khair! r-z b- k-a-r- ------------- ruz be khair!
How are you? ‫ح-لت-چط-----/---وری‬ ‫حالت چطوره؟ / چطوری‬ ‫-ا-ت چ-و-ه- / چ-و-ی- --------------------- ‫حالت چطوره؟ / چطوری‬ 0
h---t---et-r-? hâlet chetore? h-l-t c-e-o-e- -------------- hâlet chetore?
Do you come from Europe? ‫--ا-از-اروپ-------ید--‬ ‫شما از اروپا می-آیید؟ ‬ ‫-م- ا- ا-و-ا م-‌-ی-د- ‬ ------------------------ ‫شما از اروپا می‌آیید؟ ‬ 0
s-o-â -----u-â-m--â---? shomâ az orupâ mi-âyid? s-o-â a- o-u-â m---y-d- ----------------------- shomâ az orupâ mi-âyid?
Do you come from America? ‫شما-ا- ا--ی-ا م-‌آی-د؟‬ ‫شما از امریکا می-آیید؟‬ ‫-م- ا- ا-ر-ک- م-‌-ی-د-‬ ------------------------ ‫شما از امریکا می‌آیید؟‬ 0
sh-mâ a----r-k--m--ây--? shomâ az âmrikâ mi-âyid? s-o-â a- â-r-k- m---y-d- ------------------------ shomâ az âmrikâ mi-âyid?
Do you come from Asia? ‫شم--ا----یا می-آ---؟‬ ‫شما از آسیا می-آیید؟‬ ‫-م- ا- آ-ی- م-‌-ی-د-‬ ---------------------- ‫شما از آسیا می‌آیید؟‬ 0
s--m- a- ---â m--â-id? shomâ az âsiâ mi-âyid? s-o-â a- â-i- m---y-d- ---------------------- shomâ az âsiâ mi-âyid?
In which hotel are you staying? ‫د- --ا- ه-- ا---- --ری-؟‬ ‫در کدام هتل اقامت دارید؟‬ ‫-ر ک-ا- ه-ل ا-ا-ت د-ر-د-‬ -------------------------- ‫در کدام هتل اقامت دارید؟‬ 0
dar --dâm-h---- --h-m-t-d-r-d? dar kodâm hotel eghâmat dârid? d-r k-d-m h-t-l e-h-m-t d-r-d- ------------------------------ dar kodâm hotel eghâmat dârid?
How long have you been here for? ‫--د---- ---مت-ا---ر این---می-گذر-؟‬ ‫چقدر از اقامتتان در اینجا می-گذرد؟‬ ‫-ق-ر ا- ا-ا-ت-ا- د- ا-ن-ا م-‌-ذ-د-‬ ------------------------------------ ‫چقدر از اقامتتان در اینجا می‌گذرد؟‬ 0
c-e---ddat a- e-h----e--ân---- --jâ--igoza---? che moddat az eghâmate-tân dar injâ migozarad? c-e m-d-a- a- e-h-m-t---â- d-r i-j- m-g-z-r-d- ---------------------------------------------- che moddat az eghâmate-tân dar injâ migozarad?
How long will you be staying? ‫چ--ر ا---- -ی-مان-د؟‬ ‫چقدر اینجا می-مانید؟‬ ‫-ق-ر ا-ن-ا م-‌-ا-ی-؟- ---------------------- ‫چقدر اینجا می‌مانید؟‬ 0
c-e-mo---t--n-â mim-n-d? che moddat injâ mimânid? c-e m-d-a- i-j- m-m-n-d- ------------------------ che moddat injâ mimânid?
Do you like it here? ‫از --ن-- --ش--- -ی-آید؟‬ ‫از اینجا خوشتان می-آید؟‬ ‫-ز ا-ن-ا خ-ش-ا- م-‌-ی-؟- ------------------------- ‫از اینجا خوشتان می‌آید؟‬ 0
a- --jâ---os--t-- mi-â--ya-? az injâ khoshetân mi-ây-yad? a- i-j- k-o-h-t-n m---y-y-d- ---------------------------- az injâ khoshetân mi-ây-yad?
Are you here on vacation? ‫---ی -س-فر--ا-نج--هس-ید----در---طی-ا- -س-ید-‬ ‫برای مسافرت اینجا هستید؟ / در تعطیلات هستید؟‬ ‫-ر-ی م-ا-ر- ا-ن-ا ه-ت-د- / د- ت-ط-ل-ت ه-ت-د-‬ ---------------------------------------------- ‫برای مسافرت اینجا هستید؟ / در تعطیلات هستید؟‬ 0
b---y- m--âfer-t-in-â---sti-? barâye mosâferat injâ hastid? b-r-y- m-s-f-r-t i-j- h-s-i-? ----------------------------- barâye mosâferat injâ hastid?
Please do visit me sometime! ‫سری -ه-م---ز--د-‬ ‫سری به من بزنید!‬ ‫-ر- ب- م- ب-ن-د-‬ ------------------ ‫سری به من بزنید!‬ 0
sa-- -e------e-a--d sari be man bezanid s-r- b- m-n b-z-n-d ------------------- sari be man bezanid
Here is my address. ‫ا-- آدرس--- است-‬ ‫این آدرس من است.‬ ‫-ی- آ-ر- م- ا-ت-‬ ------------------ ‫این آدرس من است.‬ 0
i- -d---e man as-. in âdrese man ast. i- â-r-s- m-n a-t- ------------------ in âdrese man ast.
Shall we see each other tomorrow? ‫فردا ----گ---ا---‌-ین---‬ ‫فردا همدیگر را می-بینیم؟‬ ‫-ر-ا ه-د-گ- ر- م-‌-ی-ی-؟- -------------------------- ‫فردا همدیگر را می‌بینیم؟‬ 0
f-rdâ--am di-ar----m--i-im? fardâ ham digar râ mibinim? f-r-â h-m d-g-r r- m-b-n-m- --------------------------- fardâ ham digar râ mibinim?
I am sorry, but I already have plans. ‫م-ا--م،--ن --ر د-ر--‬ ‫متاسفم، من کار دارم.‬ ‫-ت-س-م- م- ک-ر د-ر-.- ---------------------- ‫متاسفم، من کار دارم.‬ 0
m--a-ase--m--m-- --r--âra-. mota-asefam, man kâr dâram. m-t---s-f-m- m-n k-r d-r-m- --------------------------- mota-asefam, man kâr dâram.
Bye! ‫--ا-اف-!‬ ‫خداحافظ!‬ ‫-د-ح-ف-!- ---------- ‫خداحافظ!‬ 0
kh-dâ h--ez! khodâ hâfez! k-o-â h-f-z- ------------ khodâ hâfez!
Good bye! ‫خ-- --ه----‬ ‫خدا نگهدار!‬ ‫-د- ن-ه-ا-!- ------------- ‫خدا نگهدار!‬ 0
k-odâ neg-hdâr! khodâ negahdâr! k-o-â n-g-h-â-! --------------- khodâ negahdâr!
See you soon! ‫-ا --د-‬ ‫تا بعد!‬ ‫-ا ب-د-‬ --------- ‫تا بعد!‬ 0
t- b--ad! tâ ba-ad! t- b---d- --------- tâ ba-ad!


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