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‫سؤال کردن- زمان گذشته 1‬

85 [eighty-five]

Questions – Past tense 1

Questions – Past tense 1

‫85 [هشتاد و پنج]‬

85 [hashtâd-o-panj]

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‫سؤال کردن- زمان گذشته 1‬

[soâl kardan - zamâne gozashte 1]

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How much did you drink? ‫ش-- چ--- ن----- ا---‬ ‫شما چقدر نوشیده اید؟‬ 0
sh--- c------- n---------? shomâ cheghadr nushide-id?
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How much did you work? ‫ش-- چ--- ک-- ک--- ا---‬ ‫شما چقدر کار کرده اید؟‬ 0
sh--- c------- k-- k-------? shomâ cheghadr kâr karde-id?
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How much did you write? ‫ش-- چ--- ن---- ا---‬ ‫شما چقدر نوشته اید؟‬ 0
sh--- c------- n----------? shomâ cheghadr neveshte-id?
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How did you sleep? ‫ش-- چ--- خ--------‬ ‫شما چطور خوابیدید؟‬ 0
sh--- c----- k-------? shomâ chetor khâbidid?
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How did you pass the exam? ‫ش-- چ--- د- ا----- ق--- ش----‬ ‫شما چطور در امتحان قبول شدید؟‬ 0
sh--- c------ d-- e------ g----- s-------? shomâ chegune dar emtehân ghabul shode-id?
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How did you find the way? ‫ش-- چ--- ر-- ر- پ--- ک-----‬ ‫شما چطور راه را پیدا کردید؟‬ 0
sh--- c------ r-- r- p---- k-------? shomâ chegune râh râ peydâ karde-id?
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Who did you speak to? ‫ش-- ب- ک- ص--- ک--- ا---‬ ‫شما با کی صحبت کرده اید؟‬ 0
sh--- b- c-- k--- s----- k-------? shomâ bâ che kasi sohbat karde-id?
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With whom did you make an appointment? ‫ش-- ب- ک- ق--- م----- گ----- ا---‬ ‫شما با کی قرار ملاقات گذاشته اید؟‬ 0
sh--- b- c-- k--- g------ m------- g----------? shomâ bâ che kasi gharâre molâghât gozâshte-id?
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With whom did you celebrate your birthday? ‫ش-- ب- ک- ج-- ت--- گ---- ا---‬ ‫شما با کی جشن تولد گرفته اید؟‬ 0
sh--- b- k-- j----- t------ g---------? shomâ bâ kee jashne tavalod gerefte-id?
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Where were you? ‫ک-- ب-----‬ ‫کجا بودید؟‬ 0
sh--- k--- b------? shomâ kojâ bude-id?
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Where did you live? ‫ک-- ز---- م--------‬ ‫کجا زندگی می‌کردید؟‬ 0
sh--- k--- z------ m-------? shomâ kojâ zendegi mikardid?
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Where did you work? ‫ک-- ک-- م--------‬ ‫کجا کار می‌کردید؟‬ 0
sh--- k--- k-- m-------? shomâ kojâ kâr mikardid?
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What did you suggest? ‫چ- ت---- ا- د------‬ ‫چه توصیه ای داشتید؟‬ 0
sh--- c-- t------ k-------? shomâ che tosie-e karde-id?
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What did you eat? ‫ش-- چ- خ---- ا---‬ ‫شما چی خورده اید؟‬ 0
sh--- c-- k--------? shomâ chi khorde-id?
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What did you come to know? ‫چ- ف-------‬ ‫چی فهمیدید؟‬ 0
sh--- c-- e-------- k--- k-------? shomâ che etelâ-âti kasb karde-id?
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How fast did you drive? ‫ب- چ- س---- ر------ م--------‬ ‫با چه سرعتی رانندگی می‌کردید؟‬ 0
sh--- b- c-- s------ r-------- m-------? shomâ bâ che sor-ati rânandegi mikardid?
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How long did you fly? ‫ چ- م-- پ---- ک--- ا---‬ ‫ چه مدت پرواز کرده اید؟‬ 0
sh--- c-- m------ p----- k-------? shomâ che mod-dat parvâz karde-id?
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How high did you jump? ‫ ت- چ- ا------ پ---- ا---‬ ‫ تا چه ارتفاعی پریده اید؟‬ 0
sh--- t- c-- e------- p--------? shomâ tâ che ertefâ-e paride-id?
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