Cavidu is 22 years old. He is not married and lives in the city of Baku. He is not going to the university and decided to take his grandfather's profession which he taught him when Cavidu was very young. At this time he needs 2000 AZN to buy new equipment because his equipment was his grandfather's and is very old. He wants to buy this new machinery to improve his business.
Cavidu 22 qoda . On ne jinat i jivet v qorode Baku. On ne uchitsya v univere on reshil prodoljit professiyu dedushki kotoriy s detsva uchil emu remeslennichestvo.
Seychas on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZn chtobi kupit novyu aparaturu tak kak eta aparatura emu ostalas ot dedushki i ona uje staraya.on xechesh noviy aparat chtobi uludshit biznes .
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