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en At the restaurant 2   »   kn ಫಲಾಹಾರ ಮಂದಿರದಲ್ಲಿ ೨

30 [thirty]

At the restaurant 2

At the restaurant 2

೩೦ [ಮೂವತ್ತು]

30 [Mūvattu]

ಫಲಾಹಾರ ಮಂದಿರದಲ್ಲಿ ೨

[phalāhāra mandiradalli -2.]

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An apple juice, please. ದ-ವ-ಟ--ು-------ೇಬಿ- ---ಕೊ-ಿ ದಯವ-ಟ-ಟ- ಒ-ದ- ಸ-ಬ-ನ ರಸ ಕ-ಡ- ದ-ವ-ಟ-ಟ- ಒ-ದ- ಸ-ಬ-ನ ರ- ಕ-ಡ- --------------------------- ದಯವಿಟ್ಟು ಒಂದು ಸೇಬಿನ ರಸ ಕೊಡಿ 0
D-y---ṭṭu -n-u-s--in- ra-a--oḍi Dayaviṭṭu ondu sēbina rasa koḍi D-y-v-ṭ-u o-d- s-b-n- r-s- k-ḍ- ------------------------------- Dayaviṭṭu ondu sēbina rasa koḍi
A lemonade, please. ದ-ವ-ಟ--- ಒ-ದು ನ-ಂಬ--ಹಣ------ಸ-ಕೊಡಿ ದಯವ-ಟ-ಟ- ಒ-ದ- ನ--ಬ- ಹಣ-ಣ-ನ ರಸ ಕ-ಡ- ದ-ವ-ಟ-ಟ- ಒ-ದ- ನ-ಂ-ೆ ಹ-್-ಿ- ರ- ಕ-ಡ- ---------------------------------- ದಯವಿಟ್ಟು ಒಂದು ನಿಂಬೆ ಹಣ್ಣಿನ ರಸ ಕೊಡಿ 0
daya--ṭṭ--ond- --m-e-haṇṇ-n----sa-ko-i dayaviṭṭu ondu nimbe haṇṇina rasa koḍi d-y-v-ṭ-u o-d- n-m-e h-ṇ-i-a r-s- k-ḍ- -------------------------------------- dayaviṭṭu ondu nimbe haṇṇina rasa koḍi
A tomato juice, please. ದಯವ----ು--ಂದು-ಟೊ-್--- -ಸ----ಿ ದಯವ-ಟ-ಟ- ಒ-ದ- ಟ-ಮ-ಯಟ- ರಸ ಕ-ಡ- ದ-ವ-ಟ-ಟ- ಒ-ದ- ಟ-ಮ-ಯ-ೊ ರ- ಕ-ಡ- ----------------------------- ದಯವಿಟ್ಟು ಒಂದು ಟೊಮ್ಯಟೊ ರಸ ಕೊಡಿ 0
da--v-ṭṭ--o--u-ṭo--a---rasa k-ḍi dayaviṭṭu ondu ṭomyaṭo rasa koḍi d-y-v-ṭ-u o-d- ṭ-m-a-o r-s- k-ḍ- -------------------------------- dayaviṭṭu ondu ṭomyaṭo rasa koḍi
I’d like a glass of red wine. ನನಗ- ಒ-----ೋ- ಕೆ-ಪ- ---- ಬ--ಾ---್-ು. ನನಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಲ-ಟ ಕ--ಪ- ವ-ನ- ಬ-ಕ-ಗ-ತ-ತ-. ನ-ಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಲ-ಟ ಕ-ಂ-ು ವ-ನ- ಬ-ಕ-ಗ-ತ-ತ-. ------------------------------------ ನನಗೆ ಒಂದು ಲೋಟ ಕೆಂಪು ವೈನ್ ಬೇಕಾಗಿತ್ತು. 0
na-a-e--nd- -ō---k-mp----in -ē------u. nanage ondu lōṭa kempu vain bēkāgittu. n-n-g- o-d- l-ṭ- k-m-u v-i- b-k-g-t-u- -------------------------------------- nanage ondu lōṭa kempu vain bēkāgittu.
I’d like a glass of white wine. ನನ-----ದ---ೋಟ ಬಿ-ಿ---ನ- ----ಗ--್--. ನನಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಲ-ಟ ಬ-ಳ- ವ-ನ- ಬ-ಕ-ಗ-ತ-ತ-. ನ-ಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಲ-ಟ ಬ-ಳ- ವ-ನ- ಬ-ಕ-ಗ-ತ-ತ-. ----------------------------------- ನನಗೆ ಒಂದು ಲೋಟ ಬಿಳಿ ವೈನ್ ಬೇಕಾಗಿತ್ತು. 0
Nan--e--nd- l-ṭa b-ḷi-v--- --k-g--tu. Nanage ondu lōṭa biḷi vain bēkāgittu. N-n-g- o-d- l-ṭ- b-ḷ- v-i- b-k-g-t-u- ------------------------------------- Nanage ondu lōṭa biḷi vain bēkāgittu.
I’d like a bottle of champagne. ನ-ಗೆ--------ಸೆ --ಯ-ಂಪ--್ ಬೇ--ಗಿತ್--. ನನಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಸ-ಸ- ಷ-ಯ--ಪ-ನ- ಬ-ಕ-ಗ-ತ-ತ-. ನ-ಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಸ-ಸ- ಷ-ಯ-ಂ-ೇ-್ ಬ-ಕ-ಗ-ತ-ತ-. ------------------------------------ ನನಗೆ ಒಂದು ಸೀಸೆ ಷ್ಯಾಂಪೇನ್ ಬೇಕಾಗಿತ್ತು. 0
Na---e-o-d- -----ṣy--pē- --kā--ttu. Nanage ondu sīse ṣyāmpēn bēkāgittu. N-n-g- o-d- s-s- ṣ-ā-p-n b-k-g-t-u- ----------------------------------- Nanage ondu sīse ṣyāmpēn bēkāgittu.
Do you like fish? ನಿ--ೆ----- --್ಟ--? ನ-ನಗ- ಮ-ನ- ಇಷ-ಟವ-? ನ-ನ-ೆ ಮ-ನ- ಇ-್-ವ-? ------------------ ನಿನಗೆ ಮೀನು ಇಷ್ಟವೆ? 0
Ni-age-mīn---ṣ----? Ninage mīnu iṣṭave? N-n-g- m-n- i-ṭ-v-? ------------------- Ninage mīnu iṣṭave?
Do you like beef? ನಿನಗ--ಗ--ಾ----ಷ-ಟ-ೆ? ನ-ನಗ- ಗ-ಮ--ಸ ಇಷ-ಟವ-? ನ-ನ-ೆ ಗ-ಮ-ಂ- ಇ-್-ವ-? -------------------- ನಿನಗೆ ಗೋಮಾಂಸ ಇಷ್ಟವೆ? 0
N---g- g-m-ns- -ṣṭav-? Ninage gōmānsa iṣṭave? N-n-g- g-m-n-a i-ṭ-v-? ---------------------- Ninage gōmānsa iṣṭave?
Do you like pork? ನಿನಗ--ಹಂದ---ಂಸ ಇಷ----? ನ-ನಗ- ಹ-ದ-ಮ--ಸ ಇಷ-ಟವ-? ನ-ನ-ೆ ಹ-ದ-ಮ-ಂ- ಇ-್-ವ-? ---------------------- ನಿನಗೆ ಹಂದಿಮಾಂಸ ಇಷ್ಟವೆ? 0
Nina-e---n---ā---------e? Ninage handimānsa iṣṭave? N-n-g- h-n-i-ā-s- i-ṭ-v-? ------------------------- Ninage handimānsa iṣṭave?
I’d like something without meat. ನ--ೆ ---ಸ---್ಲದ--ುವ--ಿನಿಸು ಬ--ು. ನನಗ- ಮ--ಸ ಇಲ-ಲದ-ರ-ವ ತ-ನ-ಸ- ಬ-ಕ-. ನ-ಗ- ಮ-ಂ- ಇ-್-ದ-ರ-ವ ತ-ನ-ಸ- ಬ-ಕ-. -------------------------------- ನನಗೆ ಮಾಂಸ ಇಲ್ಲದಿರುವ ತಿನಿಸು ಬೇಕು. 0
Nana-- mān----l-ad--u-a -inisu -ē--. Nanage mānsa illadiruva tinisu bēku. N-n-g- m-n-a i-l-d-r-v- t-n-s- b-k-. ------------------------------------ Nanage mānsa illadiruva tinisu bēku.
I’d like some mixed vegetables. ನ--ೆ--ಂದು ತ-್ಟ---ಸಿ --ಕಾ-ಿ--ು-ಬ--ು. ನನಗ- ಒ-ದ- ತಟ-ಟ- ಹಸ- ತರಕ-ರ-ಗಳ- ಬ-ಕ-. ನ-ಗ- ಒ-ದ- ತ-್-ೆ ಹ-ಿ ತ-ಕ-ರ-ಗ-ು ಬ-ಕ-. ----------------------------------- ನನಗೆ ಒಂದು ತಟ್ಟೆ ಹಸಿ ತರಕಾರಿಗಳು ಬೇಕು. 0
Na---- on---taṭ-e h----ta-akār---ḷu-b--u. Nanage ondu taṭṭe hasi tarakārigaḷu bēku. N-n-g- o-d- t-ṭ-e h-s- t-r-k-r-g-ḷ- b-k-. ----------------------------------------- Nanage ondu taṭṭe hasi tarakārigaḷu bēku.
I’d like something that won’t take much time. ನ--ೆ------ು---ವ-ಗ-ಲ್-- ---ೆ-ತುಂಬಾ-ಸ-ಯ ಕ--ಲ--ೆ. ನನಗ- ಏನ-ದರ- ಪರವ-ಗ-ಲ-ಲ, ಆದರ- ತ--ಬ- ಸಮಯ ಕ-ಯಲ-ರ-. ನ-ಗ- ಏ-ಾ-ರ- ಪ-ವ-ಗ-ಲ-ಲ- ಆ-ರ- ತ-ಂ-ಾ ಸ-ಯ ಕ-ಯ-ಾ-ೆ- ---------------------------------------------- ನನಗೆ ಏನಾದರು ಪರವಾಗಿಲ್ಲ, ಆದರೆ ತುಂಬಾ ಸಮಯ ಕಾಯಲಾರೆ. 0
Nana-----ā---u---ra-āg--la,--da-e-t-m-- s---ya ----lār-. Nanage ēnādaru paravāgilla, ādare tumbā samaya kāyalāre. N-n-g- ē-ā-a-u p-r-v-g-l-a- ā-a-e t-m-ā s-m-y- k-y-l-r-. -------------------------------------------------------- Nanage ēnādaru paravāgilla, ādare tumbā samaya kāyalāre.
Would you like that with rice? ನಿಮಗೆ-ಅದ- -ನ್--ೊ--ೆ ----? ನ-ಮಗ- ಅದ- ಅನ-ನದ-ಡನ- ಬ-ಕ-? ನ-ಮ-ೆ ಅ-ು ಅ-್-ದ-ಡ-ೆ ಬ-ಕ-? ------------------------- ನಿಮಗೆ ಅದು ಅನ್ನದೊಡನೆ ಬೇಕೆ? 0
Nima-- -d--a----o-a-e -ēk-? Nimage adu annadoḍane bēke? N-m-g- a-u a-n-d-ḍ-n- b-k-? --------------------------- Nimage adu annadoḍane bēke?
Would you like that with pasta? ನ-ಮ-ೆ-ಅ-ು ಪ--್ತ-ದೊಂ--ಗೆ--ೇ-ೆ? ನ-ಮಗ- ಅದ- ಪ-ಸ-ತ-ದ--ದ-ಗ- ಬ-ಕ-? ನ-ಮ-ೆ ಅ-ು ಪ-ಸ-ತ-ದ-ಂ-ಿ-ೆ ಬ-ಕ-? ----------------------------- ನಿಮಗೆ ಅದು ಪಾಸ್ತಾದೊಂದಿಗೆ ಬೇಕೆ? 0
N----e-ad- pāstādond-ge b--e? Nimage adu pāstādondige bēke? N-m-g- a-u p-s-ā-o-d-g- b-k-? ----------------------------- Nimage adu pāstādondige bēke?
Would you like that with potatoes? ನ-ಮಗೆ --ು ಆಲೂ-ೆ-್-ೆ-------ೇಕೆ? ನ-ಮಗ- ಅದ- ಆಲ-ಗ-ಡ-ಡ-ಯ-ಡನ- ಬ-ಕ-? ನ-ಮ-ೆ ಅ-ು ಆ-ೂ-ೆ-್-ೆ-ೊ-ನ- ಬ-ಕ-? ------------------------------ ನಿಮಗೆ ಅದು ಆಲೂಗೆಡ್ಡೆಯೊಡನೆ ಬೇಕೆ? 0
N----- adu-āl------y-ḍa---bē-e? Nimage adu ālūgeḍḍeyoḍane bēke? N-m-g- a-u ā-ū-e-ḍ-y-ḍ-n- b-k-? ------------------------------- Nimage adu ālūgeḍḍeyoḍane bēke?
That doesn’t taste good. ಇದು-ನನಗೆ--ು-ಿಸುತ--ಿ-್ಲ. ಇದ- ನನಗ- ರ-ಚ-ಸ-ತ-ತ-ಲ-ಲ. ಇ-ು ನ-ಗ- ರ-ಚ-ಸ-ತ-ತ-ಲ-ಲ- ----------------------- ಇದು ನನಗೆ ರುಚಿಸುತ್ತಿಲ್ಲ. 0
I-u --na-e-r---s-t-il-a. Idu nanage rucisuttilla. I-u n-n-g- r-c-s-t-i-l-. ------------------------ Idu nanage rucisuttilla.
The food is cold. ಈ ---ತಣ್ಣಗಿದೆ ಈ ಊಟ ತಣ-ಣಗ-ದ- ಈ ಊ- ತ-್-ಗ-ದ- ------------- ಈ ಊಟ ತಣ್ಣಗಿದೆ 0
Ī ū-a--a-ṇ-g--e Ī ūṭa taṇṇagide Ī ū-a t-ṇ-a-i-e --------------- Ī ūṭa taṇṇagide
I didn’t order this. ಇದನ-ನು------ಕ-ಳಿರಲಿ-್ಲ. ಇದನ-ನ- ನ-ನ- ಕ-ಳ-ರಲ-ಲ-ಲ. ಇ-ನ-ನ- ನ-ನ- ಕ-ಳ-ರ-ಿ-್-. ----------------------- ಇದನ್ನು ನಾನು ಕೇಳಿರಲಿಲ್ಲ. 0
i----- -ā-- kē-------l-. idannu nānu kēḷiralilla. i-a-n- n-n- k-ḷ-r-l-l-a- ------------------------ idannu nānu kēḷiralilla.

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