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en At the restaurant 2   »   ky At the restaurant 2

30 [thirty]

At the restaurant 2

At the restaurant 2

30 [отуз]

30 [otuz]

At the restaurant 2

[Restoranda 2]

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An apple juice, please. С--а-ы-- б-р---ма--ирес-. Сураныч, бир алма ширеси. С-р-н-ч- б-р а-м- ш-р-с-. ------------------------- Сураныч, бир алма ширеси. 0
S---n--- --r---m- -i--si. Suranıç, bir alma şiresi. S-r-n-ç- b-r a-m- ş-r-s-. ------------------------- Suranıç, bir alma şiresi.
A lemonade, please. Ли---а---сур-ныч. Лимонад, сураныч. Л-м-н-д- с-р-н-ч- ----------------- Лимонад, сураныч. 0
Lim--ad,------ı-. Limonad, suranıç. L-m-n-d- s-r-n-ç- ----------------- Limonad, suranıç.
A tomato juice, please. То-а- -----и- с-раныч. Томат ширеси, сураныч. Т-м-т ш-р-с-, с-р-н-ч- ---------------------- Томат ширеси, сураныч. 0
T---- ş----i, su-----. Tomat şiresi, suranıç. T-m-t ş-r-s-, s-r-n-ç- ---------------------- Tomat şiresi, suranıç.
I’d like a glass of red wine. Мен б-- с---ан--ыз-- -арап алг-м-кел--. Мен бир стакан кызыл шарап алгым келет. М-н б-р с-а-а- к-з-л ш-р-п а-г-м к-л-т- --------------------------------------- Мен бир стакан кызыл шарап алгым келет. 0
M-- bir----k-n -ı-ı- ş---- -l-----e-e-. Men bir stakan kızıl şarap algım kelet. M-n b-r s-a-a- k-z-l ş-r-p a-g-m k-l-t- --------------------------------------- Men bir stakan kızıl şarap algım kelet.
I’d like a glass of white wine. Мен бир------н -к ----------- к-ле-. Мен бир стакан ак шарап алгым келет. М-н б-р с-а-а- а- ш-р-п а-г-м к-л-т- ------------------------------------ Мен бир стакан ак шарап алгым келет. 0
M-- --r-s-a-an ------ap alg-- k-let. Men bir stakan ak şarap algım kelet. M-n b-r s-a-a- a- ş-r-p a-g-m k-l-t- ------------------------------------ Men bir stakan ak şarap algım kelet.
I’d like a bottle of champagne. М-н б----өтө-к--г-зд--г-н--а--- алгы--к--ет. Мен бир бөтөлкө газдалган шарап алгым келет. М-н б-р б-т-л-ө г-з-а-г-н ш-р-п а-г-м к-л-т- -------------------------------------------- Мен бир бөтөлкө газдалган шарап алгым келет. 0
Men b-r böt---ö-gaz-al--- ş--ap --g-m---l-t. Men bir bötölkö gazdalgan şarap algım kelet. M-n b-r b-t-l-ö g-z-a-g-n ş-r-p a-g-m k-l-t- -------------------------------------------- Men bir bötölkö gazdalgan şarap algım kelet.
Do you like fish? С-н--а-ы--ы-------көр-с-ң--? Сен балыкты жакшы көрөсүңбү? С-н б-л-к-ы ж-к-ы к-р-с-ң-ү- ---------------------------- Сен балыкты жакшы көрөсүңбү? 0
S---b-l-k-ı-jakş----rö--ŋ--? Sen balıktı jakşı körösüŋbü? S-n b-l-k-ı j-k-ı k-r-s-ŋ-ü- ---------------------------- Sen balıktı jakşı körösüŋbü?
Do you like beef? Сен ---э-и- -а-шы-көрөс-ң-ү? Сен уй этин жакшы көрөсүңбү? С-н у- э-и- ж-к-ы к-р-с-ң-ү- ---------------------------- Сен уй этин жакшы көрөсүңбү? 0
Sen u---t-n ---şı---rös--b-? Sen uy etin jakşı körösüŋbü? S-n u- e-i- j-k-ı k-r-s-ŋ-ü- ---------------------------- Sen uy etin jakşı körösüŋbü?
Do you like pork? Ч-ч-о-------н -ак-ы кө-өсү--ү? Чочконун этин жакшы көрөсүңбү? Ч-ч-о-у- э-и- ж-к-ы к-р-с-ң-ү- ------------------------------ Чочконун этин жакшы көрөсүңбү? 0
Çoç-o--- etin--ak-ı-----süŋ--? Çoçkonun etin jakşı körösüŋbü? Ç-ç-o-u- e-i- j-k-ı k-r-s-ŋ-ü- ------------------------------ Çoçkonun etin jakşı körösüŋbü?
I’d like something without meat. М-н-этс-- б-р-нер-е к--л---. Мен этсиз бир нерсе каалайм. М-н э-с-з б-р н-р-е к-а-а-м- ---------------------------- Мен этсиз бир нерсе каалайм. 0
Men --siz bir--erse ----aym. Men etsiz bir nerse kaalaym. M-n e-s-z b-r n-r-e k-a-a-m- ---------------------------- Men etsiz bir nerse kaalaym.
I’d like some mixed vegetables. М-н --ш-л-- -а--к а---- келе-. Мен жашылча табак алгым келет. М-н ж-ш-л-а т-б-к а-г-м к-л-т- ------------------------------ Мен жашылча табак алгым келет. 0
M-n-jaş-l----aba- -l-----e-et. Men jaşılça tabak algım kelet. M-n j-ş-l-a t-b-k a-g-m k-l-t- ------------------------------ Men jaşılça tabak algım kelet.
I’d like something that won’t take much time. М-- --пкө-с---л----н-не--ени--------. Мен көпкө созулбаган нерсени каалайм. М-н к-п-ө с-з-л-а-а- н-р-е-и к-а-а-м- ------------------------------------- Мен көпкө созулбаган нерсени каалайм. 0
Men------ --zu----a- -e-s--i k-al--m. Men köpkö sozulbagan nerseni kaalaym. M-n k-p-ö s-z-l-a-a- n-r-e-i k-a-a-m- ------------------------------------- Men köpkö sozulbagan nerseni kaalaym.
Would you like that with rice? М-ну--үрүч--е-ен-ка-----ызбы? Муну күрүч менен каалайсызбы? М-н- к-р-ч м-н-н к-а-а-с-з-ы- ----------------------------- Муну күрүч менен каалайсызбы? 0
Mu---k-r-ç mene- k------ı-bı? Munu kürüç menen kaalaysızbı? M-n- k-r-ç m-n-n k-a-a-s-z-ı- ----------------------------- Munu kürüç menen kaalaysızbı?
Would you like that with pasta? М--у--акаро- --н-н -аа-а----б-? Муну макарон менен каалайсызбы? М-н- м-к-р-н м-н-н к-а-а-с-з-ы- ------------------------------- Муну макарон менен каалайсызбы? 0
Mun--m--a-o------- kaal-y----ı? Munu makaron menen kaalaysızbı? M-n- m-k-r-n m-n-n k-a-a-s-z-ı- ------------------------------- Munu makaron menen kaalaysızbı?
Would you like that with potatoes? Муну ка---ш-------- --а-а-с--б-? Муну картошка менен каалайсызбы? М-н- к-р-о-к- м-н-н к-а-а-с-з-ы- -------------------------------- Муну картошка менен каалайсызбы? 0
M-n--ka---ş-----n-- --al-y-ız-ı? Munu kartoşka menen kaalaysızbı? M-n- k-r-o-k- m-n-n k-a-a-s-z-ı- -------------------------------- Munu kartoşka menen kaalaysızbı?
That doesn’t taste good. Б-л мага-ж-к-------. Бул мага жаккан жок. Б-л м-г- ж-к-а- ж-к- -------------------- Бул мага жаккан жок. 0
B-l-m-g- j----n-jok. Bul maga jakkan jok. B-l m-g- j-k-a- j-k- -------------------- Bul maga jakkan jok.
The food is cold. Т--а- -----к. Тамак муздак. Т-м-к м-з-а-. ------------- Тамак муздак. 0
T-mak--u---k. Tamak muzdak. T-m-k m-z-a-. ------------- Tamak muzdak.
I didn’t order this. Ме- а--айг--буюр-ма-----е- эме--ин. Мен андайга буюртма берген эмесмин. М-н а-д-й-а б-ю-т-а б-р-е- э-е-м-н- ----------------------------------- Мен андайга буюртма берген эмесмин. 0
Men -nd-y-a--uyu-tma -er-en eme--in. Men andayga buyurtma bergen emesmin. M-n a-d-y-a b-y-r-m- b-r-e- e-e-m-n- ------------------------------------ Men andayga buyurtma bergen emesmin.

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