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38 [thirty-eight]

In the taxi

In the taxi

38 [sî û heşt]

Di texsiyê de

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Please call a taxi. Ji --rem---we----l- t-xsiyekê-bi-e---. J_ k_____ x__ r_ l_ t________ b_______ J- k-r-m- x-e r- l- t-x-i-e-ê b-g-r-n- -------------------------------------- Ji kerema xwe re li texsiyekê bigerin. 0
What does it cost to go to the station? Bihayê---ya ---g-ha-tr--- çiq----? B_____ h___ î______ t____ ç____ e_ B-h-y- h-y- î-t-e-a t-ê-ê ç-q-s e- ---------------------------------- Bihayê heya îstgeha trênê çiqas e? 0
What does it cost to go to the airport? B---yê h--a---lafir-e-ê-ç--a--e? B_____ h___ b__________ ç____ e_ B-h-y- h-y- b-l-f-r-e-ê ç-q-s e- -------------------------------- Bihayê heya balafirgehê çiqas e? 0
Please go straight ahead. J- k-re-a---e r- -as-erast. J_ k_____ x__ r_ r_________ J- k-r-m- x-e r- r-s-e-a-t- --------------------------- Ji kerema xwe re rasterast. 0
Please turn right here. Ji k-rema -w- re--i v-r-m-l---a--ê. J_ k_____ x__ r_ l_ v__ m___ r_____ J- k-r-m- x-e r- l- v-r m-l- r-s-ê- ----------------------------------- Ji kerema xwe re li vir milê rastê. 0
Please turn left at the corner. Ji-ke--m- --e----li wi- j- ----yê-milê ç-pê. J_ k_____ x__ r_ l_ w__ j_ k_____ m___ ç____ J- k-r-m- x-e r- l- w-r j- k-ş-y- m-l- ç-p-. -------------------------------------------- Ji kerema xwe re li wir ji koşeyê milê çepê. 0
I’m in a hurry. Lezgîni---m----e-e. L________ m__ h____ L-z-î-i-a m-n h-y-. ------------------- Lezgîniya min heye. 0
I have time. W--tê-mi--h--e. W____ m__ h____ W-x-ê m-n h-y-. --------------- Wextê min heye. 0
Please drive slowly. J- ke--m--x-e ---hi-ek--di--------a-o-. J_ k_____ x__ r_ h_____ d__ h___ b_____ J- k-r-m- x-e r- h-n-k- d-n h-d- b-j-n- --------------------------------------- Ji kerema xwe re hinekî din hêdî bajon. 0
Please stop here. Ji ---em- --e-re-li---- -aw--tin. J_ k_____ x__ r_ l_ v__ r________ J- k-r-m- x-e r- l- v-r r-w-s-i-. --------------------------------- Ji kerema xwe re li vir rawestin. 0
Please wait a moment. J- k--e-a --e--- x--ek-k--b-s--ini-. J_ k_____ x__ r_ x_______ b_________ J- k-r-m- x-e r- x-l-k-k- b-s-k-n-n- ------------------------------------ Ji kerema xwe re xulekekê bisekinin. 0
I’ll be back immediately. E- ------n-ha ---. E_ h___ a____ t___ E- h-m- a-i-a t-m- ------------------ Ez hema aniha têm. 0
Please give me a receipt. J--ke---- x-e -e-----i- ----irt---kê-b--i-. J_ k_____ x__ r_ j_ m__ r_ g________ b_____ J- k-r-m- x-e r- j- m-n r- g-r-e-e-ê b-d-n- ------------------------------------------- Ji kerema xwe re ji min re girtekekê bidin. 0
I have no change. Perê-mi--e hûr ---e---. P___ m__ e h__ t___ n__ P-r- m-n e h-r t-n- n-. ----------------------- Perê min e hûr tine ne. 0
That is okay, please keep the change. W-h- temam-e,-ya-z-d--bi-a--- w- -- --. W___ t____ e_ y_ z___ b___ j_ w_ r_ b__ W-h- t-m-m e- y- z-d- b-l- j- w- r- b-. --------------------------------------- Wiha temam e, ya zêde bila ji we re be. 0
Drive me to this address. M-n bi--- vê ---nî--nê. M__ b____ v_ n_________ M-n b-b-n v- n-v-î-a-ê- ----------------------- Min bibin vê navnîşanê. 0
Drive me to my hotel. Mi- bi-in---t----min. M__ b_____ o____ m___ M-n b-b-n- o-ê-a m-n- --------------------- Min bibine otêla min. 0
Drive me to the beach. Min-bib--e ---jê. M__ b_____ p_____ M-n b-b-n- p-a-ê- ----------------- Min bibine plajê. 0

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