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79 [seventy-nine]

Adjectives 2

Adjectives 2

79 [heftê û neh]

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I am wearing a blue dress. Li--er mi--f-st-nekî ----h---. L_ s__ m__ f________ ş__ h____ L- s-r m-n f-s-a-e-î ş-n h-y-. ------------------------------ Li ser min fîstanekî şîn heye. 0
I am wearing a red dress. Li -er-----f-s-ane-- so--h---. L_ s__ m__ f________ s__ h____ L- s-r m-n f-s-a-e-î s-r h-y-. ------------------------------ Li ser min fîstanekî sor heye. 0
I am wearing a green dress. L- s-----n -îst------kesk--ey-. L_ s__ m__ f________ k___ h____ L- s-r m-n f-s-a-e-î k-s- h-y-. ------------------------------- Li ser min fîstanekî kesk heye. 0
I’m buying a black bag. Ez-çant-y----r----ik-r-m. E_ ç________ r__ d_______ E- ç-n-e-e-î r-ş d-k-r-m- ------------------------- Ez çanteyekî reş dikirim. 0
I’m buying a brown bag. E- ç-nt----- -ehweyî-d--iri-. E_ ç________ q______ d_______ E- ç-n-e-e-î q-h-e-î d-k-r-m- ----------------------------- Ez çanteyekî qehweyî dikirim. 0
I’m buying a white bag. E-----te-ek- --- di-ir-m. E_ ç________ s__ d_______ E- ç-n-e-e-î s-î d-k-r-m- ------------------------- Ez çanteyekî spî dikirim. 0
I need a new car. Ji min-r- -i--m--le---n----w-st -. J_ m__ r_ t__________ n_ p_____ e_ J- m-n r- t-r-m-ê-e-e n- p-w-s- e- ---------------------------------- Ji min re tirimpêleke nû pêwîst e. 0
I need a fast car. Ji ----re--irim-êl-ke---lez -ê---- -. J_ m__ r_ t__________ b____ p_____ e_ J- m-n r- t-r-m-ê-e-e b-l-z p-w-s- e- ------------------------------------- Ji min re tirimpêleke bilez pêwîst e. 0
I need a comfortable car. J---in -- -ir-m-êleke r-h-- p----t e. J_ m__ r_ t__________ r____ p_____ e_ J- m-n r- t-r-m-ê-e-e r-h-t p-w-s- e- ------------------------------------- Ji min re tirimpêleke rihet pêwîst e. 0
An old lady lives at the top. L- j-r -i--ke--îr r--i--. L_ j__ j_____ p__ r______ L- j-r j-n-k- p-r r-d-n-. ------------------------- Li jor jineke pîr rûdinê. 0
A fat lady lives at the top. Li --- -----e--el-w rûd--ê. L_ j__ j_____ q____ r______ L- j-r j-n-k- q-l-w r-d-n-. --------------------------- Li jor jineke qelew rûdinê. 0
A curious lady lives below. L- -êr--ineke-merakd-r---d-nê. L_ j__ j_____ m_______ r______ L- j-r j-n-k- m-r-k-a- r-d-n-. ------------------------------ Li jêr jineke merakdar rûdinê. 0
Our guests were nice people. Mêv---- -e-mi--v---di---r--b-n. M______ m_ m______ d______ b___ M-v-n-n m- m-r-v-n d-l-e-m b-n- ------------------------------- Mêvanên me mirovên dilgerm bûn. 0
Our guests were polite people. Mê----n -- -i-ov-n b--h-r----b-n. M______ m_ m______ b_ h_____ b___ M-v-n-n m- m-r-v-n b- h-r-e- b-n- --------------------------------- Mêvanên me mirovên bi hurmet bûn. 0
Our guests were interesting people. Mê-a--n------rovên-m-r-q-a- b-n. M______ m_ m______ m_______ b___ M-v-n-n m- m-r-v-n m-r-q-a- b-n- -------------------------------- Mêvanên me mirovên meraqdar bûn. 0
I have lovely children. Za---ên -in---xwî---r-n h--e. Z______ m__ e x________ h____ Z-r-k-n m-n e x-î-ş-r-n h-n-. ----------------------------- Zarokên min e xwînşîrîn hene. 0
But the neighbours have naughty children. L- z---------nar-n -êa--i-. L_ z______ c______ b___ i__ L- z-r-k-n c-n-r-n b-a- i-. --------------------------- Lê zarokên cînaran bêar in. 0
Are your children well behaved? Za--kê- we t-b--î---? Z______ w_ t_____ n__ Z-r-k-n w- t-b-t- n-? --------------------- Zarokên we tebitî ne? 0

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