en At the restaurant 2   »   fa ‫در رستوران 2‬

30 [thirty]

At the restaurant 2

At the restaurant 2

‫30 [سی]‬

30 [see]

‫در رستوران 2‬

[dar resturân 2]

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An apple juice, please. ‫ی- ---سی---ط-اً.‬ ‫یک آب سیب لطفا-.‬ ‫-ک آ- س-ب ل-ف-ً-‬ ------------------ ‫یک آب سیب لطفاً.‬ 0
yek âb--si----tf--. yek âbe sib lotfan. y-k â-e s-b l-t-a-. ------------------- yek âbe sib lotfan.
A lemonade, please. ‫ی--لیمو-ا- -طف--‬ ‫یک لیموناد لطفآ.‬ ‫-ک ل-م-ن-د ل-ف-.- ------------------ ‫یک لیموناد لطفآ.‬ 0
yek-li-unâ----tfan. yek limunâd lotfan. y-k l-m-n-d l-t-a-. ------------------- yek limunâd lotfan.
A tomato juice, please. ‫یک آب --جه ف-ن-ی ----ً-‬ ‫یک آب گوجه فرنگی لطفا-.‬ ‫-ک آ- گ-ج- ف-ن-ی ل-ف-ً-‬ ------------------------- ‫یک آب گوجه فرنگی لطفاً.‬ 0
yek -b--goje-fa----i ----a-. yek âbe goje farangi lotfan. y-k â-e g-j- f-r-n-i l-t-a-. ---------------------------- yek âbe goje farangi lotfan.
I’d like a glass of red wine. ‫ی- -یو-ن شراب-قرمز---‌خواهم-‬ ‫یک لیوان شراب قرمز می-خواهم.‬ ‫-ک ل-و-ن ش-ا- ق-م- م-‌-و-ه-.- ------------------------------ ‫یک لیوان شراب قرمز می‌خواهم.‬ 0
yek-livân---a-âbe-g---m-z l-tf--. yek livân sharâbe ghermez lotfan. y-k l-v-n s-a-â-e g-e-m-z l-t-a-. --------------------------------- yek livân sharâbe ghermez lotfan.
I’d like a glass of white wine. ‫ی- --وان ش-اب --ی- -ی‌خو--م.‬ ‫یک لیوان شراب سفید می-خواهم.‬ ‫-ک ل-و-ن ش-ا- س-ی- م-‌-و-ه-.- ------------------------------ ‫یک لیوان شراب سفید می‌خواهم.‬ 0
yek---v-- sh---b--sefid lot--n. yek livân sharâbe sefid lotfan. y-k l-v-n s-a-â-e s-f-d l-t-a-. ------------------------------- yek livân sharâbe sefid lotfan.
I’d like a bottle of champagne. ‫یک -----شامپا-ن--ی‌خو-هم-‬ ‫یک بطری شامپاین می-خواهم.‬ ‫-ک ب-ر- ش-م-ا-ن م-‌-و-ه-.- --------------------------- ‫یک بطری شامپاین می‌خواهم.‬ 0
y-k-----i-s---------ot--n. yek botri shâmpâin lotfan. y-k b-t-i s-â-p-i- l-t-a-. -------------------------- yek botri shâmpâin lotfan.
Do you like fish? ‫---ی -وست د--ی؟‬ ‫ماهی دوست داری؟‬ ‫-ا-ی د-س- د-ر-؟- ----------------- ‫ماهی دوست داری؟‬ 0
m--- -oo-- dâri? mâhi doost dâri? m-h- d-o-t d-r-? ---------------- mâhi doost dâri?
Do you like beef? ‫-وشت-گا--دوس- دا---‬ ‫گوشت گاو دوست داری؟‬ ‫-و-ت گ-و د-س- د-ر-؟- --------------------- ‫گوشت گاو دوست داری؟‬ 0
gus-----â--d---t--âri? gushte gâv doost dâri? g-s-t- g-v d-o-t d-r-? ---------------------- gushte gâv doost dâri?
Do you like pork? ‫--شت --- -وست دا---‬ ‫گوشت خوک دوست داری؟‬ ‫-و-ت خ-ک د-س- د-ر-؟- --------------------- ‫گوشت خوک دوست داری؟‬ 0
gu-hte-kh-k --o-t-dâri? gushte khuk doost dâri? g-s-t- k-u- d-o-t d-r-? ----------------------- gushte khuk doost dâri?
I’d like something without meat. ‫م- -ک غ--- ب-و- گ-ش- می‌خواهم.‬ ‫من یک غذای بدون گوشت می-خواهم.‬ ‫-ن ی- غ-ا- ب-و- گ-ش- م-‌-و-ه-.- -------------------------------- ‫من یک غذای بدون گوشت می‌خواهم.‬ 0
m-n-ye- -h--âye---dune-g-------kh-h--. man yek ghazâye bedune gusht mikhâham. m-n y-k g-a-â-e b-d-n- g-s-t m-k-â-a-. -------------------------------------- man yek ghazâye bedune gusht mikhâham.
I’d like some mixed vegetables. ‫م--ی- --ف------می‌---ه-.‬ ‫من یک ظرف سبزی می-خواهم.‬ ‫-ن ی- ظ-ف س-ز- م-‌-و-ه-.- -------------------------- ‫من یک ظرف سبزی می‌خواهم.‬ 0
man --- z--f- ----- mi-hâ-a-. man yek zarfe sabzi mikhâham. m-n y-k z-r-e s-b-i m-k-â-a-. ----------------------------- man yek zarfe sabzi mikhâham.
I’d like something that won’t take much time. ‫غذا-ی-م--خ--هم-ک- ت-ی- -ن-زیاد-----نکش--‬ ‫غذایی می-خواهم که تهیه آن زیاد طول نکشد.‬ ‫-ذ-ی- م-‌-و-ه- ک- ت-ی- آ- ز-ا- ط-ل ن-ش-.- ------------------------------------------ ‫غذایی می‌خواهم که تهیه آن زیاد طول نکشد.‬ 0
gh-----i-mi---h-m k----h----e -n z-âd-to-l-n--esh--. ghazâ-yi mikhâham ke tahie-ye ân ziâd tool nakeshad. g-a-â-y- m-k-â-a- k- t-h-e-y- â- z-â- t-o- n-k-s-a-. ---------------------------------------------------- ghazâ-yi mikhâham ke tahie-ye ân ziâd tool nakeshad.
Would you like that with rice? ‫-ذ- ر- ب- ب-نج می-خواهی-؟‬ ‫غذا را با برنج می-خواهید؟‬ ‫-ذ- ر- ب- ب-ن- م-‌-و-ه-د-‬ --------------------------- ‫غذا را با برنج می‌خواهید؟‬ 0
g--z--râ-----er-n--m---â-hid? ghazâ râ bâ berenj mikhâ-hid? g-a-â r- b- b-r-n- m-k-â-h-d- ----------------------------- ghazâ râ bâ berenj mikhâ-hid?
Would you like that with pasta? ‫غذ--را-ب- م--ا-و----ی--و--ی--‬ ‫غذا را با ماکارونی می-خواهید؟‬ ‫-ذ- ر- ب- م-ک-ر-ن- م-‌-و-ه-د-‬ ------------------------------- ‫غذا را با ماکارونی می‌خواهید؟‬ 0
g-az- râ -â m------- mi-hâ-hi-? ghazâ râ bâ mâkâroni mikhâ-hid? g-a-â r- b- m-k-r-n- m-k-â-h-d- ------------------------------- ghazâ râ bâ mâkâroni mikhâ-hid?
Would you like that with potatoes? ‫غ-ا--- با سیب---ینی-م-‌خ----د؟‬ ‫غذا را با سیب زمینی می-خواهید؟‬ ‫-ذ- ر- ب- س-ب ز-ی-ی م-‌-و-ه-د-‬ -------------------------------- ‫غذا را با سیب زمینی می‌خواهید؟‬ 0
g--zâ--------ibe--a-ini m-kh---i-? ghazâ râ bâ sibe zamini mikhâ-hid? g-a-â r- b- s-b- z-m-n- m-k-â-h-d- ---------------------------------- ghazâ râ bâ sibe zamini mikhâ-hid?
That doesn’t taste good. ‫غذا خوش-زه --ست-‬ ‫غذا خوشمزه نیست.‬ ‫-ذ- خ-ش-ز- ن-س-.- ------------------ ‫غذا خوشمزه نیست.‬ 0
g---â--hosh-m-z-e--ist. ghazâ khosh-mazze nist. g-a-â k-o-h-m-z-e n-s-. ----------------------- ghazâ khosh-mazze nist.
The food is cold. ‫غ-- --د --ت-‬ ‫غذا سرد است.‬ ‫-ذ- س-د ا-ت-‬ -------------- ‫غذا سرد است.‬ 0
ghaz- sar----t. ghazâ sard ast. g-a-â s-r- a-t- --------------- ghazâ sard ast.
I didn’t order this. ‫من ا-- غ-ا -ا سفارش -د-دم-‬ ‫من این غذا را سفارش ندادم.‬ ‫-ن ا-ن غ-ا ر- س-ا-ش ن-ا-م-‬ ---------------------------- ‫من این غذا را سفارش ندادم.‬ 0
m-n in g--z- r- ---âr--h---d----. man in ghazâ râ sefâresh nadâdam. m-n i- g-a-â r- s-f-r-s- n-d-d-m- --------------------------------- man in ghazâ râ sefâresh nadâdam.

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