Zakhir G. is thirty-three and married with one six-year-old son, who will be going to school this year. He and his family live in the Fuzuli region.
For five years Zakhir has worked as a taxi driver. He learned how to drive from his father. He loved driving and was good at it so he decided to become a taxi driver. Zakhir currently needs 2000 AZN to buy spare parts so he can fix up his car.
Zakhir G. 33 let. On jenat i imeyet odnoqo sina kotoromu 6 let on v etom qodu poydet v shkolu. Zakhir i eqo semya jivut v Fuzuli regione.
Zakit uje 5 let kak rabotayet taksistom. Vodit mashinu eqo nauchil eo otec . Zakir ochen lubil vodit mashini i on ochen akkuratno vodil i poetomu reshil stat taksistom. Zakir Seychas nujdayetssya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit zapchasti dlya toqo chtobi pochinit mashinu.
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