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39 [thirty-nine]

Car breakdown

Car breakdown

39 [otuz dokuz]

Araba arızası

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Where is the next gas station? Bir so-rak-------nlik-ne----? Bir sonraki benzinlik nerede? B-r s-n-a-i b-n-i-l-k n-r-d-? ----------------------------- Bir sonraki benzinlik nerede? 0
I have a flat tyre / tire (am.). L-st--im -----d-. Lastiğim patladı. L-s-i-i- p-t-a-ı- ----------------- Lastiğim patladı. 0
Can you change the tyre / tire (am.)? T--er---eği-tireb-l----is-n--? Tekeri değiştirebilir misiniz? T-k-r- d-ğ-ş-i-e-i-i- m-s-n-z- ------------------------------ Tekeri değiştirebilir misiniz? 0
I need a few litres / liters (am.) of diesel. Bir -a--l-t-----z-t----tiy---m--a-. Bir kaç litre mazota ihtiyacım var. B-r k-ç l-t-e m-z-t- i-t-y-c-m v-r- ----------------------------------- Bir kaç litre mazota ihtiyacım var. 0
I have no more petrol / gas (am.). B-nzin-m--i-ti. Benzinim bitti. B-n-i-i- b-t-i- --------------- Benzinim bitti. 0
Do you have a petrol can / jerry can / gas can (am.)? Yede---id-----z-var --? Yedek bidonunuz var mı? Y-d-k b-d-n-n-z v-r m-? ----------------------- Yedek bidonunuz var mı? 0
Where can I make a call? N-r---- t--ef-----e-ilir--? Nereden telefon edebilirim? N-r-d-n t-l-f-n e-e-i-i-i-? --------------------------- Nereden telefon edebilirim? 0
I need a towing service. Bir --kici -ervi-i-- -ht---cım--a-. Bir çekici servisine ihtiyacım var. B-r ç-k-c- s-r-i-i-e i-t-y-c-m v-r- ----------------------------------- Bir çekici servisine ihtiyacım var. 0
I’m looking for a garage. T-mirh-n- a-ıy-ru-. Tamirhane arıyorum. T-m-r-a-e a-ı-o-u-. ------------------- Tamirhane arıyorum. 0
An accident has occurred. B-r-ka-a ---u. Bir kaza oldu. B-r k-z- o-d-. -------------- Bir kaza oldu. 0
Where is the nearest telephone? B-r ---rak------f-n-n--ed-? Bir sonraki telefon nerede? B-r s-n-a-i t-l-f-n n-r-d-? --------------------------- Bir sonraki telefon nerede? 0
Do you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? Y----ızda-ce--te-ef-nu va----? Yanınızda cep telefonu var mı? Y-n-n-z-a c-p t-l-f-n- v-r m-? ------------------------------ Yanınızda cep telefonu var mı? 0
We need help. Ya----a ----y--ı-ı- -a-. Yardıma ihtiyacımız var. Y-r-ı-a i-t-y-c-m-z v-r- ------------------------ Yardıma ihtiyacımız var. 0
Call a doctor! Bi--dokt-r ç-ğ-rın! Bir doktor çağırın! B-r d-k-o- ç-ğ-r-n- ------------------- Bir doktor çağırın! 0
Call the police! P---s -ağ--ın! Polis çağırın! P-l-s ç-ğ-r-n- -------------- Polis çağırın! 0
Your papers, please. B---e--ri-iz--üt-en. Belgeleriniz lütfen. B-l-e-e-i-i- l-t-e-. -------------------- Belgeleriniz lütfen. 0
Your licence / license (am.), please. Sü---ü be-g-----lütf--. Sürücü belgeniz lütfen. S-r-c- b-l-e-i- l-t-e-. ----------------------- Sürücü belgeniz lütfen. 0
Your registration, please. Ruh---ı----l---e-. Ruhsatınız lütfen. R-h-a-ı-ı- l-t-e-. ------------------ Ruhsatınız lütfen. 0

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