Bayram S. is twenty-years-old. He is unmarried and lives in the Fuzuli region along with his family. He has two younger sisters.
For two years Bayram has worked in a cafe. Previously he had a small kiosk where he made and sold "Tantuni" [sauteed beef wraps]. Now he's expanded his space and decided to make it into a cafe, so he needs a 2000 AZN to buy tables and chairs for his new place. He would like to grow his business.
Bayram S. 20 let. On ne jenat i jivet v Fuzuli regione vmesto so svoyey semyoy. Baymar imeyet 2 sestri kotoriye mladshe neqo.
Bayram uje 2 qoda kak rabotayet v kafe. Ranshe Bayram imel malenkuyu butku qde on qotovil " Tantuni" i prodoval tam je a teper on rasshiril svoyo pomesheniye i reshil sdelat iz neqo kafe i poeotmu on Seychas nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit stoli i stulya dlya svoyeqo novoqo kafe.On xochet razvit svoy bizness.
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