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54 [pesёdhjetёekatёr]

Bёj pazar

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I want to buy a present. D-- tё-b-ej -----h-ra--. D-- t- b--- n-- d------- D-a t- b-e- n-ё d-u-a-ё- ------------------------ Dua tё blej njё dhuratё. 0
But nothing too expensive. P-r j---hu-ё--ё -h-r-----. P-- j- s---- t- s--------- P-r j- s-u-ё t- s-t-e-j-ё- -------------------------- Por jo shumё tё shtrenjtё. 0
Maybe a handbag? Nd--ht--nj---antё d-re? N------ n-- ç---- d---- N-o-h-a n-ё ç-n-ё d-r-? ----------------------- Ndoshta njё çantё dore? 0
Which color would you like? Ç---- ----r- -ё----oni? Ç---- n----- d--------- Ç-a-ё n-j-r- d-s-i-o-i- ----------------------- Çfarё ngjyre dёshironi? 0
Black, brown or white? T- z--ё--k-f---po t--b-rdhё? T- z---- k--- a-- t- b------ T- z-z-, k-f- a-o t- b-r-h-? ---------------------------- Tё zezё, kafe apo tё bardhё? 0
A large one or a small one? Tё -a-he-ap---ё v-gёl? T- m---- a-- t- v----- T- m-d-e a-o t- v-g-l- ---------------------- Tё madhe apo tё vogёl? 0
May I see this one, please? A mun--t----i--j----ё? A m--- t- s----- k---- A m-n- t- s-i-o- k-t-? ---------------------- A mund ta shikoj kёtё? 0
Is it made of leather? A --h-ё-lё-u-ё-? A ё---- l----- ? A ё-h-ё l-k-r- ? ---------------- A ёshtё lёkurё ? 0
Or is it made of plastic? A-- ё---ё-s-n-e-ike? A-- ё---- s--------- A-o ё-h-ё s-n-e-i-e- -------------------- Apo ёshtё sintetike? 0
Of leather, of course. Lёkur--na-------. L----- n--------- L-k-r- n-t-r-s-t- ----------------- Lёkurë natyrisht. 0
This is very good quality. Kjo-ёsh-ё n-ё-ci---i g--h--e m-rё. K-- ё---- n-- c----- g---- e m---- K-o ё-h-ё n-ё c-l-s- g-x-a e m-r-. ---------------------------------- Kjo ёshtё njё cilёsi goxha e mirё. 0
And the bag is really very reasonable. Ç--ta-ёs-tё -- t- --rtetё--- -e-erdi. Ç---- ё---- m- t- v------ m- l------- Ç-n-a ё-h-ё m- t- v-r-e-ё m- l-v-r-i- ------------------------------------- Çanta ёshtё me tё vёrtetё me leverdi. 0
I like it. Mё ---q-n. M- p------ M- p-l-e-. ---------- Mё pёlqen. 0
I’ll take it. Po-- -a-r. P- e m---- P- e m-r-. ---------- Po e marr. 0
Can I exchange it if needed? A--un--ta n--rr-j? A m--- t- n------- A m-n- t- n-ё-r-j- ------------------ A mund ta ndёrroj? 0
Of course. Sig------. S--------- S-g-r-s-t- ---------- Sigurisht. 0
We’ll gift wrap it. Po-u- --k-t-j-- si --u-atё. P- u- p-------- s- d------- P- u- p-k-t-j-ё s- d-u-a-ё- --------------------------- Po ua paketojmё si dhuratё. 0
The cashier is over there. At---ё-h-- -r-a. A--- ё---- a---- A-j- ё-h-ё a-k-. ---------------- Atje ёshtё arka. 0

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