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bir şey istemek

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to want something

to want something

71 [yetmiş bir]


bir şey istemek

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What do you want to do? Ne i-----------? Ne istiyorsunuz? 0 +
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Fu---- m- o------ i-----------? Futbol mu oynamak istiyorsunuz? 0 +
Do you want to visit friends? Ar--------- m- z------ e---- i-----------? Arkadaşları mı ziyaret etmek istiyorsunuz? 0 +
to want is----k istemek 0 +
I don’t want to arrive late. Ge- g----- i----------. Geç gelmek istemiyorum. 0 +
I don’t want to go there. Or--- g----- i----------. Oraya gitmek istemiyorum. 0 +
I want to go home. Ev- g----- i--------. Eve gitmek istiyorum. 0 +
I want to stay at home. Ev-- k----- i--------. Evde kalmak istiyorum. 0 +
I want to be alone. Ya---- o---- i--------. Yalnız olmak istiyorum. 0 +
Do you want to stay here? Bu---- k----- m- i---------? Burada kalmak mı istiyorsun? 0 +
Do you want to eat here? Bu---- m- y---- y---- i---------? Burada mı yemek yemek istiyorsun? 0 +
Do you want to sleep here? Bu---- m- u----- i---------? Burada mı uyumak istiyorsun? 0 +
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Ya--- m- y--- ç----- i-----------? Yarın mı yola çıkmak istiyorsunuz? 0 +
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Ya---- k---- k----- m- i-----------? Yarına kadar kalmak mı istiyorsunuz? 0 +
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? He---- y---- m- ö----- i-----------? Hesabı yarın mı ödemek istiyorsunuz? 0 +
Do you want to go to the disco? Di----- m- g----- i-----------? Diskoya mı gitmek istiyorsunuz? 0 +
Do you want to go to the cinema? Si------ m- g----- i-----------? Sinemaya mı gitmek istiyorsunuz? 0 +
Do you want to go to a café? Pa------- m- g----- i-----------? Pastaneye mi gitmek istiyorsunuz? 0 +

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