Calal H. is 24 years old. He is single and lives in the Absheron region. He lives alone in a dormitory. He helps his family by working. His father is very ill and cannot work. Because his father is so ill, Calal gave up his studies to work and help his family. In the future, he would like to start studying again if it ever becomes possible.
Calal has been in the business of selling clothes for four years. Earlier, he did not have a shop, so he sold clothes he carried by hand. Now, he needs 2000 AZN to buy new winter clothes for resale.
Calal H. 24 qoda. On ne jenat i jivet v Asbheron regione. On jivet odin v obshejitie kvartirantom. Svoyey rabotay on pomoqayet i svoyey semye tak kak yeqo otec ochen bolen i ne mojet rabotat. Tak kak yeqo otec bolen on po etoy prichine brosil uchebu i nachal rabotat chtobi pomoch semye , v budushem on xochet opat uchitsya yesli konechno je pozvolyat vozmojnosti.
Calal uje 4 qoda kak zanimayetsya etim biznessom prodaji odejdi. Ranshe on ne imel pomesheniya dlya prodaji i poetomu prodoval na rukax . Seychas on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit noviye zimniye tovari dlya pereprodaji.
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