Fail M. is 42 years old. He is single and lives in a town in the Fuzuli region. He has 2 brothers and one sister. He lives together with his parents.
Because Fail loves animals, he started a business of keeping cows, selling milk and making cheese products 4 years ago. He learned this business from his father. Previously, he worked at a store, but then decided to go into another business. All of Fail's neighbors buy milk from him. Because Fail does not own many cows, they cannot produce a lot of milk, and Fail now needs 2000 AZN in order to buy cows.
Fail M. 42 qoda. On ne jenat i jivet v qorode Fuzuli region. U neqo yest 2 brata i odna sestra. On jivet vmeste so svoimi roditelyami.
Fail ochen lubit jivotnix i poeotmu 4 qoda tomu nazad on nachal derjat korov i prodovat moloko delat iz neqo sir, tvoroq. Etomu biznesu on nauchilsya u svoyeqo otca. Ranshe on rabotal v maqazine no potom reshil pomenyat biznes. Vse sosedi Faila pokupayut moloko u neqo, tak kak korov u neqo malo i oni ne dayut mnoqo moloka i Fail seychas nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit korovi.
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