en At the restaurant 3   »   ku Li restoranê 3

31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

At the restaurant 3

31 [sî û yek]

Li restoranê 3

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I would like a starter. Mezeyek- --xwa--m. M_______ d________ M-z-y-k- d-x-a-i-. ------------------ Mezeyekê dixwazim. 0
I would like a salad. Se-ete---ê -ixwazim. S_________ d________ S-l-t-y-k- d-x-a-i-. -------------------- Seleteyekê dixwazim. 0
I would like a soup. Şor-e---ê-di-----m. Ş________ d________ Ş-r-e-e-ê d-x-a-i-. ------------------- Şorbeyekê dixwazim. 0
I would like a dessert. Ş--în-y----ê-di---zi-. Ş___________ d________ Ş-r-n-y-y-k- d-x-a-i-. ---------------------- Şîrînayiyekê dixwazim. 0
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream. B-r-e-îr- bi-k-e----ixw-z-m. B________ b_ k____ d________ B-r-e-î-a b- k-e-a d-x-a-i-. ---------------------------- Berfeşîra bi krema dixwazim. 0
I would like some fruit or cheese. F--î----enî--d--w-z-m. F___ û p____ d________ F-k- û p-n-r d-x-a-i-. ---------------------- Fêkî û penîr dixwazim. 0
We would like to have breakfast. E- d-x----n---ş-ê--i--in. E_ d_______ t____ b______ E- d-x-a-i- t-ş-ê b-x-i-. ------------------------- Em dixwazin taştê bixwin. 0
We would like to have lunch. E- --r---nê dix--zin. E_ f_______ d________ E- f-r-v-n- d-x-a-i-. --------------------- Em firavînê dixwazin. 0
We would like to have dinner. E- şîv--di----in. E_ ş___ d________ E- ş-v- d-x-a-i-. ----------------- Em şîvê dixwazin. 0
What would you like for breakfast? H----i-t-ş-ê--e çi ---wa-in? H__ d_ t____ d_ ç_ d________ H-n d- t-ş-ê d- ç- d-x-a-i-? ---------------------------- Hûn di taştê de çi dixwazin? 0
Rolls with jam and honey? R---- ---a----îç---- -asî? R____ û s________ b_ m____ R-ç-l û s-n-e-î-a b- m-s-? -------------------------- Rîçal û sandewîça bi masî? 0
Toast with sausage and cheese? Tosta -----s-- - p--îr? T____ b_ s____ û p_____ T-s-a b- s-s-s û p-n-r- ----------------------- Tosta bi sosîs û penîr? 0
A boiled egg? Ev --k- k-la--iy-? E_ h___ k_________ E- h-k- k-l-n-i-e- ------------------ Ev hêka kelandiye? 0
A fried egg? H--e---di --n d-? H_____ d_ r__ d__ H-k-k- d- r-n d-? ----------------- Hêkeka di rûn de? 0
An omelette? H---r-n-k? H_________ H-k-r-n-k- ---------- Hêkerûnek? 0
Another yoghurt, please. Ji-ke-em--xwe -e--astekî-din j-. J_ k_____ x__ r_ m______ d__ j__ J- k-r-m- x-e r- m-s-e-î d-n j-. -------------------------------- Ji kerema xwe re mastekî din jî. 0
Some salt and pepper also, please. Ji --r-ma--we-----içe- d-n-----wê-- --ot. J_ k_____ x__ r_ p____ d__ j_ x__ û î____ J- k-r-m- x-e r- p-ç-k d-n j- x-ê û î-o-. ----------------------------------------- Ji kerema xwe re piçek din jî xwê û îsot. 0
Another glass of water, please. Ji k-r-m--xwe-re----ane-- di---î-a-. J_ k_____ x__ r_ î_______ d__ j_ a__ J- k-r-m- x-e r- î-k-n-k- d-n j- a-. ------------------------------------ Ji kerema xwe re îskaneke din jî av. 0

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