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8 [eight]

The time

The time

8 [осум]

8 [osoom]

Часови / Време

[Chasovi / Vryemye]

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Excuse me! И-----т-! И________ И-в-н-т-! --------- Извинете! 0
I----y---e! I__________ I-v-n-e-y-! ----------- Izvinyetye!
What time is it, please? Ко------ч--о-, В----л--? К____ е ч_____ В_ м_____ К-л-у е ч-с-т- В- м-л-м- ------------------------ Колку е часот, Ве молам? 0
Kolk---ye----s--,--y- m-la-? K_____ y_ c______ V__ m_____ K-l-o- y- c-a-o-, V-e m-l-m- ---------------------------- Kolkoo ye chasot, Vye molam?
Thank you very much. Б-аг--а--м мно--. Б_________ м_____ Б-а-о-а-а- м-о-у- ----------------- Благодарам многу. 0
B----od-ram -----o-. B__________ m_______ B-a-u-d-r-m m-o-u-o- -------------------- Blaguodaram mnoguoo.
It is one o’clock. Ч-со--е---ен. Ч____ е е____ Ч-с-т е е-е-. ------------- Часот е еден. 0
Chasot ye -e-ye-. C_____ y_ y______ C-a-o- y- y-d-e-. ----------------- Chasot ye yedyen.
It is two o’clock. Ч--от----в-. Ч____ е д___ Ч-с-т е д-а- ------------ Часот е два. 0
C--s---ye-dv-. C_____ y_ d___ C-a-o- y- d-a- -------------- Chasot ye dva.
It is three o’clock. Ча--- е--р-. Ч____ е т___ Ч-с-т е т-и- ------------ Часот е три. 0
C-a--t-------. C_____ y_ t___ C-a-o- y- t-i- -------------- Chasot ye tri.
It is four o’clock. Ч-----е-ч-тир-. Ч____ е ч______ Ч-с-т е ч-т-р-. --------------- Часот е четири. 0
C-a--t -------tiri. C_____ y_ c________ C-a-o- y- c-y-t-r-. ------------------- Chasot ye chyetiri.
It is five o’clock. Час---- -ет. Ч____ е п___ Ч-с-т е п-т- ------------ Часот е пет. 0
C-a-o--y--py--. C_____ y_ p____ C-a-o- y- p-e-. --------------- Chasot ye pyet.
It is six o’clock. Ч-со- - -ес-. Ч____ е ш____ Ч-с-т е ш-с-. ------------- Часот е шест. 0
Ch-so---- --y-st. C_____ y_ s______ C-a-o- y- s-y-s-. ----------------- Chasot ye shyest.
It is seven o’clock. Ч-сот - ----м. Ч____ е с_____ Ч-с-т е с-д-м- -------------- Часот е седум. 0
Chaso- ---s-edo-m. C_____ y_ s_______ C-a-o- y- s-e-o-m- ------------------ Chasot ye syedoom.
It is eight o’clock. Ча-о----о-у-. Ч____ е о____ Ч-с-т е о-у-. ------------- Часот е осум. 0
Cha-ot ye o-oo-. C_____ y_ o_____ C-a-o- y- o-o-m- ---------------- Chasot ye osoom.
It is nine o’clock. Ча--т е--е-е-. Ч____ е д_____ Ч-с-т е д-в-т- -------------- Часот е девет. 0
Cha--t--e -ye--et. C_____ y_ d_______ C-a-o- y- d-e-y-t- ------------------ Chasot ye dyevyet.
It is ten o’clock. Часо----д--е-. Ч____ е д_____ Ч-с-т е д-с-т- -------------- Часот е десет. 0
C-a-o--y---ye--e-. C_____ y_ d_______ C-a-o- y- d-e-y-t- ------------------ Chasot ye dyesyet.
It is eleven o’clock. Ча-о- --е------ет. Ч____ е е_________ Ч-с-т е е-и-а-с-т- ------------------ Часот е единаесет. 0
Ch---t-ye--ed-naye-y-t. C_____ y_ y____________ C-a-o- y- y-d-n-y-s-e-. ----------------------- Chasot ye yedinayesyet.
It is twelve o’clock. Ча--- е--ван-есе-. Ч____ е д_________ Ч-с-т е д-а-а-с-т- ------------------ Часот е дванаесет. 0
Chaso- ye dvan-y--yet. C_____ y_ d___________ C-a-o- y- d-a-a-e-y-t- ---------------------- Chasot ye dvanayesyet.
A minute has sixty seconds. Ед-----н--а има -----------н-и. Е___ м_____ и__ ш_____ с_______ Е-н- м-н-т- и-а ш-е-е- с-к-н-и- ------------------------------- Една минута има шеесет секунди. 0
Y-d-- minoot----a-sh-eye---- ---k---d-. Y____ m______ i__ s_________ s_________ Y-d-a m-n-o-a i-a s-y-y-s-e- s-e-o-n-i- --------------------------------------- Yedna minoota ima shyeyesyet syekoondi.
An hour has sixty minutes. Е-е- ча- им- ш--сет-м----и. Е___ ч__ и__ ш_____ м______ Е-е- ч-с и-а ш-е-е- м-н-т-. --------------------------- Еден час има шеесет минути. 0
Y----n-ch---im- s----es--- --noot-. Y_____ c___ i__ s_________ m_______ Y-d-e- c-a- i-a s-y-y-s-e- m-n-o-i- ----------------------------------- Yedyen chas ima shyeyesyet minooti.
A day has twenty-four hours. Е-----ен и-----ае----и-чети----а--. Е___ д__ и__ д______ и ч_____ ч____ Е-е- д-н и-а д-а-с-т и ч-т-р- ч-с-. ----------------------------------- Еден ден има дваесет и четири часа. 0
Yedy-n-d-en-i-- dvayesy---i ch-e---- -has-. Y_____ d___ i__ d________ i c_______ c_____ Y-d-e- d-e- i-a d-a-e-y-t i c-y-t-r- c-a-a- ------------------------------------------- Yedyen dyen ima dvayesyet i chyetiri chasa.

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