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49 [forty-nine]

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‫49 [چهل و نه]‬

49 [che-hel-o-noh]

‫ورزش‬

[varzesh]

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Do you exercise? ‫ت-رین -----ی-‬ ‫_____ م______ ‫-م-ی- م-‌-ن-؟- --------------- ‫تمرین می‌کنی؟‬ 0
t--r----i--n-? t_____ m______ t-m-i- m-k-n-? -------------- tamrin mikoni?
Yes, I need some exercise. ‫بله---- ---د-ت-رین --شت---ا---‬ ‫____ م_ ب___ ت____ د____ ب_____ ‫-ل-، م- ب-ی- ت-ر-ن د-ش-ه ب-ش-.- -------------------------------- ‫بله، من باید تمرین داشته باشم.‬ 0
b-l----a- -ây-d--am-i----sht- -âs-a-. b____ m__ b____ t_____ d_____ b______ b-l-, m-n b-y-d t-m-i- d-s-t- b-s-a-. ------------------------------------- bale, man bâyad tamrin dâshte bâsham.
I am a member of a sports club. ‫من-به-باشگ-ه -ر-شی می---م-‬ ‫__ ب_ ب_____ و____ م______ ‫-ن ب- ب-ش-ا- و-ز-ی م-‌-و-.- ---------------------------- ‫من به باشگاه ورزشی می‌روم.‬ 0
m-- -- --- --s--âh- ---zeshi -i-a--m. m__ b_ y__ b_______ v_______ m_______ m-n b- y-k b-s-g-h- v-r-e-h- m-r-v-m- ------------------------------------- man be yek bâshgâhe varzeshi miravam.
We play football / soccer (am.). ‫م---و-ب-ل-با----ی-کنی--‬ ‫__ ف_____ ب___ م_______ ‫-ا ف-ت-ا- ب-ز- م-‌-ن-م-‬ ------------------------- ‫ما فوتبال بازی می‌کنیم.‬ 0
mâ -o----l----i -----im. m_ f______ b___ m_______ m- f-o-b-l b-z- m-k-n-m- ------------------------ mâ footbâl bâzi mikonim.
We swim sometimes. ‫گ-هی-ا---- -ن- م-----م-‬ ‫____ ا____ ش__ م_______ ‫-ا-ی ا-ق-ت ش-ا م-‌-ن-م-‬ ------------------------- ‫گاهی اوقات شنا می‌کنیم.‬ 0
gâ-i-----t--he-- m--onim. g___ o____ s____ m_______ g-h- o-h-t s-e-â m-k-n-m- ------------------------- gâhi oghât shenâ mikonim.
Or we cycle. ‫ی--ا---ه د-چ--ه -واری می‌-نیم-‬ ‫__ ا____ د_____ س____ م_______ ‫-ا ا-ن-ه د-چ-خ- س-ا-ی م-‌-ن-م-‬ -------------------------------- ‫یا اینکه دوچرخه سواری می‌کنیم.‬ 0
y---n--e----ha---e---v----m---n-m. y_ i_ k_ d_______________ m_______ y- i- k- d-c-a-k-e-s-v-r- m-k-n-m- ---------------------------------- yâ in ke docharkhe-savâri mikonim.
There is a football / soccer (am.) stadium in our city. ‫--ر-ما-ی---س--دی-- فوتبا- دا-د-‬ ‫___ م_ ی_ ا_______ ف_____ د_____ ‫-ه- م- ی- ا-ت-د-و- ف-ت-ا- د-ر-.- --------------------------------- ‫شهر ما یک استادیوم فوتبال دارد.‬ 0
da----a-re-mâ y---est---ume f--tbâ--v---- -âr-d. d__ s_____ m_ y__ e________ f______ v____ d_____ d-r s-a-r- m- y-k e-t-d-u-e f-o-b-l v-j-d d-r-d- ------------------------------------------------ dar shahre mâ yek estâdiume footbâl vojud dârad.
There is also a swimming pool with a sauna. ‫ی- است----ا-سو-ا -- -ا--.‬ ‫__ ا____ ب_ س___ ه_ د_____ ‫-ک ا-ت-ر ب- س-ن- ه- د-ر-.- --------------------------- ‫یک استخر با سونا هم دارد.‬ 0
y-k --ta-hr -â-son- ham v-jud-d--a-. y__ e______ b_ s___ h__ v____ d_____ y-k e-t-k-r b- s-n- h-m v-j-d d-r-d- ------------------------------------ yek estakhr bâ sonâ ham vojud dârad.
And there is a golf course. ‫و--ک زمی- گلف----ا-ن-- --ت.‬ ‫_ ی_ ز___ گ__ ه_ ا____ ه____ ‫- ی- ز-ی- گ-ف ه- ا-ن-ا ه-ت-‬ ----------------------------- ‫و یک زمین گلف هم اینجا هست.‬ 0
va-y-- -a-i-e ---- h-m voj-d d-r--. v_ y__ z_____ g___ h__ v____ d_____ v- y-k z-m-n- g-l- h-m v-j-d d-r-d- ----------------------------------- va yek zamine golf ham vojud dârad.
What is on TV? ‫--وی--و- -- --ن----ا---ا--؟‬ ‫________ چ_ ب_____ ا_ د_____ ‫-ل-ی-ی-ن چ- ب-ن-م- ا- د-ر-؟- ----------------------------- ‫تلویزیون چه برنامه ای دارد؟‬ 0
televiz-o--c---b-rn-m----dâ-ad? t_________ c__ b________ d_____ t-l-v-z-o- c-e b-r-â-e-e d-r-d- ------------------------------- televizion che barnâme-e dârad?
There is a football / soccer (am.) match on now. ‫ال-ن ی- ---- ف-تب---د- -ال-پخش ا--.‬ ‫____ ی_ ب___ ف_____ د_ ح__ پ__ ا____ ‫-ل-ن ی- ب-ز- ف-ت-ا- د- ح-ل پ-ش ا-ت-‬ ------------------------------------- ‫الان یک بازی فوتبال در حال پخش است.‬ 0
al-ân -e----z---e--oot-âl -ar -â-- -a--s- --t. a____ y__ b______ f______ d__ h___ p_____ a___ a---n y-k b-z---e f-o-b-l d-r h-l- p-k-s- a-t- ---------------------------------------------- al-ân yek bâzi-ye footbâl dar hâle pakhsh ast.
The German team is playing against the English one. ‫-یم--لما-----مق-ب---ی----گ-----ازی--ی‌-ن-.‬ ‫___ آ____ د_ م____ ت__ ا_____ ب___ م______ ‫-ی- آ-م-ن د- م-ا-ل ت-م ا-گ-ی- ب-ز- م-‌-ن-.- -------------------------------------------- ‫تیم آلمان در مقابل تیم انگلیس بازی می‌کند.‬ 0
tim- -l-ân---r--oghâbe-e --me-eng-l-s-b-z--mi-on-d. t___ â____ d__ m________ t___ e______ b___ m_______ t-m- â-m-n d-r m-g-â-e-e t-m- e-g-l-s b-z- m-k-n-d- --------------------------------------------------- time âlmân dar moghâbele time engelis bâzi mikonad.
Who is winning? ‫ک----ن-ه-م-‌ش--؟‬ ‫__ ب____ م______ ‫-ی ب-ن-ه م-‌-و-؟- ------------------ ‫کی برنده می‌شود؟‬ 0
che-ka-i--k-dâ- ---)---ra-d---is--v-d? c__ k___ (_____ t___ b______ m________ c-e k-s- (-o-â- t-m- b-r-n-e m-s-a-a-? -------------------------------------- che kasi (kodâm tim) barande mishavad?
I have no idea. ‫ن-ی‌د-نم.‬ ‫_________ ‫-م-‌-ا-م-‬ ----------- ‫نمی‌دانم.‬ 0
n-mi-â--m. n_________ n-m-d-n-m- ---------- nemidânam.
It is currently a tie. ‫فعل- ---- م--ویس--‬ ‫____ ب___ م________ ‫-ع-ا ب-ز- م-ا-ی-ت-‬ -------------------- ‫فعلا بازی مساویست.‬ 0
fe-el-n -âzi----âvist. f______ b___ m________ f---l-n b-z- m-s-v-s-. ---------------------- fe-elan bâzi mosâvist.
The referee is from Belgium. ‫--ور اه----ژ-ک است.‬ ‫____ ا__ ب____ ا____ ‫-ا-ر ا-ل ب-ژ-ک ا-ت-‬ --------------------- ‫داور اهل بلژیک است.‬ 0
d---r-a- b-lj-k -st. d____ a_ b_____ a___ d-v-r a- b-l-i- a-t- -------------------- dâvar az beljik ast.
Now there is a penalty. ‫الان-پ---ت----.‬ ‫____ پ_____ ش___ ‫-ل-ن پ-ا-ت- ش-.- ----------------- ‫الان پنالتی شد.‬ 0
al--- --n-lt----od. a____ p______ s____ a---n p-n-l-i s-o-. ------------------- al-ân penâlti shod.
Goal! One – zero! ‫----ی- ب--هی-.‬ ‫___ ی_ ب_ ه____ ‫-ل- ی- ب- ه-چ-‬ ---------------- ‫گل! یک بر هیچ.‬ 0
g--! yek bar----h. g___ y__ b__ h____ g-l- y-k b-r h-c-. ------------------ gol! yek bar hich.

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Rarely used words change more often than words that are used often. That could be due to the laws of evolution. Common genes change less in the course of time. They are more stable in their form. And apparently the same is true for words! English verbs were evaluated for a study. In it, current forms of the verbs were compared to old forms. In English, the ten most common verbs are irregular. Most other verbs are regular. But in the Middle Ages, most verbs were still irregular. So irregular verbs that were rarely used became regular verbs. In 300 years, English will have hardly any remaining irregular verbs. Other studies also show that languages are selected like genes. Researchers compared common words from different languages. In the process they chose similar words that mean the same thing. An example of this are the words: water, Wasser, vatten . These words have the same root and therefore closely resemble one another. Since they are essential words, they are used frequently in all languages. In this way, they are able to maintain their form – and remain similar today. Less essential words change much faster. Rather, they are replaced by other words. Rarely used words differentiate themselves in this way in different languages. Why rarely used words change remains unclear. It's possible that they are often used incorrectly or are mispronounced. This is due to the fact that speakers aren't familiar with them. But it could be that essential words must always be the same. Because only then can they be understood correctly. And words are there to be understood…
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