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31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

At the restaurant 3

೩೧ [ಮೂವತ್ತೊಂದು]

31 [Mūvattondu]

ಫಲಾಹಾರ ಮಂದಿರದಲ್ಲಿ ೩

[phalāhāra mandiradalli - 3.]

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I would like a starter. ನನ---ಒಂದು ಸ--ಾ--ಟರ್ ಬ--ು. ನ__ ಒಂ_ ಸ್____ ಬೇ__ ನ-ಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಸ-ಟ-ರ-ಟ-್ ಬ-ಕ-. ------------------------- ನನಗೆ ಒಂದು ಸ್ಟಾರ್ಟರ್ ಬೇಕು. 0
Na-----o-du -ṭā---- -ē-u. N_____ o___ s______ b____ N-n-g- o-d- s-ā-ṭ-r b-k-. ------------------------- Nanage ondu sṭārṭar bēku.
I would like a salad. ನ--ೆ ಒ--ು--ೋ-ಂ--ಿ---ಕು. ನ__ ಒಂ_ ಕೋ___ ಬೇ__ ನ-ಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಕ-ಸ-ಬ-ಿ ಬ-ಕ-. ----------------------- ನನಗೆ ಒಂದು ಕೋಸಂಬರಿ ಬೇಕು. 0
N--age ondu k----b-ri -ēku. N_____ o___ k________ b____ N-n-g- o-d- k-s-m-a-i b-k-. --------------------------- Nanage ondu kōsambari bēku.
I would like a soup. ನನಗೆ-ಒಂದ--ಸ--- ಬೇ-ು. ನ__ ಒಂ_ ಸೂ_ ಬೇ__ ನ-ಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಸ-ಪ- ಬ-ಕ-. -------------------- ನನಗೆ ಒಂದು ಸೂಪ್ ಬೇಕು. 0
Nan-g- -nd--sū- -ēk-. N_____ o___ s__ b____ N-n-g- o-d- s-p b-k-. --------------------- Nanage ondu sūp bēku.
I would like a dessert. ನ--ೆ----ು ---ಿ--ಂ-- -ೇ-ು. ನ__ ಒಂ_ ಸಿ___ ಬೇ__ ನ-ಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಸ-ಹ-ತ-ಂ-ಿ ಬ-ಕ-. ------------------------- ನನಗೆ ಒಂದು ಸಿಹಿತಿಂಡಿ ಬೇಕು. 0
Na---e-o----si-it-ṇ-i-b-k-. N_____ o___ s________ b____ N-n-g- o-d- s-h-t-ṇ-i b-k-. --------------------------- Nanage ondu sihitiṇḍi bēku.
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream. ನ----ಕ್-ೀಮ್-ಜ---ಗೆ--ಂ-------ಕ-----ಕ-ಡಿ. ನ__ ಕ್__ ಜೊ__ ಒಂ_ ಐ_ ಕ್_ ಕೊ__ ನ-ಗ- ಕ-ರ-ಮ- ಜ-ತ-ಗ- ಒ-ದ- ಐ-್ ಕ-ರ-ಂ ಕ-ಡ-. --------------------------------------- ನನಗೆ ಕ್ರೀಮ್ ಜೊತೆಗೆ ಒಂದು ಐಸ್ ಕ್ರೀಂ ಕೊಡಿ. 0
Na--ge-k--- ---e-e ondu---- krīṁ koḍ-. N_____ k___ j_____ o___ a__ k___ k____ N-n-g- k-ī- j-t-g- o-d- a-s k-ī- k-ḍ-. -------------------------------------- Nanage krīm jotege ondu ais krīṁ koḍi.
I would like some fruit or cheese. ನ-ಗ---ಣ್-- ಅಥ-ಾ -ೀ-- --ಕ-. ನ__ ಹ__ ಅ__ ಚೀ_ ಬೇ__ ನ-ಗ- ಹ-್-ು ಅ-ವ- ಚ-ಸ- ಬ-ಕ-. -------------------------- ನನಗೆ ಹಣ್ಣು ಅಥವಾ ಚೀಸ್ ಬೇಕು. 0
Na---- --ṇṇu a---v- cīs-bē--. N_____ h____ a_____ c__ b____ N-n-g- h-ṇ-u a-h-v- c-s b-k-. ----------------------------- Nanage haṇṇu athavā cīs bēku.
We would like to have breakfast. ನಾವು--ೆ---ನ--ಿ-ಡಿ ---್-ಬೇಕು ನಾ_ ಬೆ___ ತಿಂ_ ತಿ____ ನ-ವ- ಬ-ಳ-ಿ- ತ-ಂ-ಿ ತ-ನ-ನ-ೇ-ು --------------------------- ನಾವು ಬೆಳಗಿನ ತಿಂಡಿ ತಿನ್ನಬೇಕು 0
Nā-u--eḷ--ina ----- ti---b--u N___ b_______ t____ t________ N-v- b-ḷ-g-n- t-ṇ-i t-n-a-ē-u ----------------------------- Nāvu beḷagina tiṇḍi tinnabēku
We would like to have lunch. ನ-ವು ಮ-್-ಾಹ್ನದ----ಮ--ುತ್ತ--ೆ. ನಾ_ ಮ_____ ಊ_ ಮಾ_____ ನ-ವ- ಮ-್-ಾ-್-ದ ಊ- ಮ-ಡ-ತ-ತ-ವ-. ----------------------------- ನಾವು ಮದ್ಯಾಹ್ನದ ಊಟ ಮಾಡುತ್ತೇವೆ. 0
n--u m-d----ada-ū--------t--e. n___ m_________ ū__ m_________ n-v- m-d-ā-n-d- ū-a m-ḍ-t-ē-e- ------------------------------ nāvu madyāhnada ūṭa māḍuttēve.
We would like to have dinner. ನಾವು -ಾತ------ --ಡು-್ತ--ೆ. ನಾ_ ರಾ__ ಊ_ ಮಾ_____ ನ-ವ- ರ-ತ-ರ- ಊ- ಮ-ಡ-ತ-ತ-ವ-. -------------------------- ನಾವು ರಾತ್ರಿ ಊಟ ಮಾಡುತ್ತೇವೆ. 0
Nā----ā--- -ṭa-m-ḍut-ē-e. N___ r____ ū__ m_________ N-v- r-t-i ū-a m-ḍ-t-ē-e- ------------------------- Nāvu rātri ūṭa māḍuttēve.
What would you like for breakfast? ನೀ-- -ೆಳ-ಿನ ತ-----ೆ ಏ--್ನ- ತಿ-್--ು--ಯಸ-ತ್ತ-ರಿ? ನೀ_ ಬೆ___ ತಿಂ__ ಏ___ ತಿ___ ಬ______ ನ-ವ- ಬ-ಳ-ಿ- ತ-ಂ-ಿ-ೆ ಏ-ನ-ನ- ತ-ನ-ನ-ು ಬ-ಸ-ತ-ತ-ರ-? ---------------------------------------------- ನೀವು ಬೆಳಗಿನ ತಿಂಡಿಗೆ ಏನನ್ನು ತಿನ್ನಲು ಬಯಸುತ್ತೀರಿ? 0
Nīvu---ḷa-i-a-t-ṇ-i-- ēna-nu t--nal--b-ya-utt-ri? N___ b_______ t______ ē_____ t______ b___________ N-v- b-ḷ-g-n- t-ṇ-i-e ē-a-n- t-n-a-u b-y-s-t-ī-i- ------------------------------------------------- Nīvu beḷagina tiṇḍige ēnannu tinnalu bayasuttīri?
Rolls with jam and honey? ಹಣ್-ಿನ-ಪಾ- ಮ-್-- ---ುತು---ದ-ಡ----ೋಲ್-್-? ಹ___ ಪಾ_ ಮ__ ಜೇ_______ ರೋ__ ? ಹ-್-ಿ- ಪ-ಕ ಮ-್-ು ಜ-ನ-ತ-ಪ-ಪ-ೊ-ನ- ರ-ಲ-ಸ- ? ---------------------------------------- ಹಣ್ಣಿನ ಪಾಕ ಮತ್ತು ಜೇನುತುಪ್ಪದೊಡನೆ ರೋಲ್ಸ್ ? 0
Ha--------k--m---u-j---t----do-a-e rōls? H______ p___ m____ j______________ r____ H-ṇ-i-a p-k- m-t-u j-n-t-p-a-o-a-e r-l-? ---------------------------------------- Haṇṇina pāka mattu jēnutuppadoḍane rōls?
Toast with sausage and cheese? ಸ----- ಮತ್-ು-ಚ----ಜ-ತೆ ಟ-ಸ್---? ಸಾ__ ಮ__ ಚೀ_ ಜೊ_ ಟೋ__ ? ಸ-ಸ-ಜ- ಮ-್-ು ಚ-ಸ- ಜ-ತ- ಟ-ಸ-ಟ- ? ------------------------------- ಸಾಸೆಜ್ ಮತ್ತು ಚೀಸ್ ಜೊತೆ ಟೋಸ್ಟ್ ? 0
S------a-tu c-s -ot---ōs-? S____ m____ c__ j___ ṭ____ S-s-j m-t-u c-s j-t- ṭ-s-? -------------------------- Sāsej mattu cīs jote ṭōsṭ?
A boiled egg? ಒಂ-ು--ೇ-ಿ-ಿ- ಮೊಟ್--? ಒಂ_ ಬೇ___ ಮೊ___ ಒ-ದ- ಬ-ಯ-ಸ-ದ ಮ-ಟ-ಟ-? -------------------- ಒಂದು ಬೇಯಿಸಿದ ಮೊಟ್ಟೆ? 0
O-du b-y-s-d--mo--e? O___ b_______ m_____ O-d- b-y-s-d- m-ṭ-e- -------------------- Ondu bēyisida moṭṭe?
A fried egg? ಒ-ದು ಕ-ಿ----ಟ್ಟ-? ಒಂ_ ಕ__ ಮೊ___ ಒ-ದ- ಕ-ಿ- ಮ-ಟ-ಟ-? ----------------- ಒಂದು ಕರಿದ ಮೊಟ್ಟೆ? 0
O----k-r--a-mo--e? O___ k_____ m_____ O-d- k-r-d- m-ṭ-e- ------------------ Ondu karida moṭṭe?
An omelette? ಒಂ-- -ಮ--ೆ-್? ಒಂ_ ಆ____ ಒ-ದ- ಆ-್-ೆ-್- ------------- ಒಂದು ಆಮ್ಲೆಟ್? 0
O-d- ---e-? O___ ā_____ O-d- ā-l-ṭ- ----------- Ondu āmleṭ?
Another yoghurt, please. ದ---ಟ-ಟು----ನೊಂ-ು -ೊಸ-ನ್ನ- ---ಿ. ದ____ ಇ___ ಮೊ____ ಕೊ__ ದ-ವ-ಟ-ಟ- ಇ-್-ೊ-ದ- ಮ-ಸ-ನ-ನ- ಕ-ಡ-. -------------------------------- ದಯವಿಟ್ಟು ಇನ್ನೊಂದು ಮೊಸರನ್ನು ಕೊಡಿ. 0
Daya-i--u -n----- ---a---nu-ko--. D________ i______ m________ k____ D-y-v-ṭ-u i-n-n-u m-s-r-n-u k-ḍ-. --------------------------------- Dayaviṭṭu innondu mosarannu koḍi.
Some salt and pepper also, please. ದ-ವ-ಟ-ಟು ---ನ- ----್ಪ--ಪ-ಪು ಮತ್------ಮೆಣಸು -ೊ--. ದ____ ಇ__ ಸ್___ ಉ__ ಮ__ ಕ____ ಕೊ__ ದ-ವ-ಟ-ಟ- ಇ-್-ೂ ಸ-ವ-್- ಉ-್-ು ಮ-್-ು ಕ-ಿ-ೆ-ಸ- ಕ-ಡ-. ------------------------------------------------ ದಯವಿಟ್ಟು ಇನ್ನೂ ಸ್ವಲ್ಪ ಉಪ್ಪು ಮತ್ತು ಕರಿಮೆಣಸು ಕೊಡಿ. 0
D--a-i--u-i-----v--p- -p-u ---tu k-r-----s- k-ḍi. D________ i___ s_____ u___ m____ k_________ k____ D-y-v-ṭ-u i-n- s-a-p- u-p- m-t-u k-r-m-ṇ-s- k-ḍ-. ------------------------------------------------- Dayaviṭṭu innū svalpa uppu mattu karimeṇasu koḍi.
Another glass of water, please. ದ-ವ----ು-ಇ-್-ೂ--ಂ-ು ------ರ- -ೊ--. ದ____ ಇ__ ಒಂ_ ಲೋ_ ನೀ_ ಕೊ__ ದ-ವ-ಟ-ಟ- ಇ-್-ೂ ಒ-ದ- ಲ-ಟ ನ-ರ- ಕ-ಡ-. ---------------------------------- ದಯವಿಟ್ಟು ಇನ್ನೂ ಒಂದು ಲೋಟ ನೀರು ಕೊಡಿ. 0
Da----ṭ-u ---- o--u-l-ṭa-n-r- -oḍ-. D________ i___ o___ l___ n___ k____ D-y-v-ṭ-u i-n- o-d- l-ṭ- n-r- k-ḍ-. ----------------------------------- Dayaviṭṭu innū ondu lōṭa nīru koḍi.

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