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12 [twelve]



12 [dvanaest]


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I drink tea. J- pij-- č--. J_ p____ č___ J- p-j-m č-j- ------------- Ja pijem čaj. 0
I drink coffee. J- pi--m--a-u ---av-. J_ p____ k___ / k____ J- p-j-m k-f- / k-v-. --------------------- Ja pijem kafu / kavu. 0
I drink mineral water. Ja pi-e- --ne-a--- -od-. J_ p____ m________ v____ J- p-j-m m-n-r-l-u v-d-. ------------------------ Ja pijem mineralnu vodu. 0
Do you drink tea with lemon? Pi--------i-čaj -a ---unom? P____ l_ t_ č__ s_ l_______ P-j-š l- t- č-j s- l-m-n-m- --------------------------- Piješ li ti čaj sa limunom? 0
Do you drink coffee with sugar? P-j---l- t--ka-u-sa-š--e-o-? P____ l_ t_ k___ s_ š_______ P-j-š l- t- k-f- s- š-ć-r-m- ---------------------------- Piješ li ti kafu sa šećerom? 0
Do you drink water with ice? Pi-e- -i -i--o-u------d-m? P____ l_ t_ v___ s_ l_____ P-j-š l- t- v-d- s- l-d-m- -------------------------- Piješ li ti vodu sa ledom? 0
There is a party here. Ovdje-je--abav-. O____ j_ z______ O-d-e j- z-b-v-. ---------------- Ovdje je zabava. 0
People are drinking champagne. L---i --j- šamp-n-a-. L____ p___ š_________ L-u-i p-j- š-m-a-j-c- --------------------- Ljudi piju šampanjac. 0
People are drinking wine and beer. L---i -ij---ino i -i-o. L____ p___ v___ i p____ L-u-i p-j- v-n- i p-v-. ----------------------- Ljudi piju vino i pivo. 0
Do you drink alcohol? Pi-eš-l- t- -l-oho-? P____ l_ t_ a_______ P-j-š l- t- a-k-h-l- -------------------- Piješ li ti alkohol? 0
Do you drink whisky / whiskey (am.)? Pi--š-l- -- v-ski? P____ l_ t_ v_____ P-j-š l- t- v-s-i- ------------------ Piješ li ti viski? 0
Do you drink Coke with rum? P--e--li-t--k-l--s r----? P____ l_ t_ k___ s r_____ P-j-š l- t- k-l- s r-m-m- ------------------------- Piješ li ti kolu s rumom? 0
I do not like champagne. J- -e-vo-im ša-p--ja-. J_ n_ v____ š_________ J- n- v-l-m š-m-a-j-c- ---------------------- Ja ne volim šampanjac. 0
I do not like wine. J--ne-vo-i--vi--. J_ n_ v____ v____ J- n- v-l-m v-n-. ----------------- Ja ne volim vino. 0
I do not like beer. J- -e ----m p--o. J_ n_ v____ p____ J- n- v-l-m p-v-. ----------------- Ja ne volim pivo. 0
The baby likes milk. Beba --l- ----e-o. B___ v___ m_______ B-b- v-l- m-i-e-o- ------------------ Beba voli mlijeko. 0
The child likes cocoa and apple juice. D-j--e v-------a--i ----o----buk-. D_____ v___ k____ i s__ o_ j______ D-j-t- v-l- k-k-o i s-k o- j-b-k-. ---------------------------------- Dijete voli kakao i sok od jabuke. 0
The woman likes orange and grapefruit juice. Žena--ol--s-k od na---d-e-- -o- o- -re-pfr-ta. Ž___ v___ s__ o_ n_______ i s__ o_ g__________ Ž-n- v-l- s-k o- n-r-n-ž- i s-k o- g-e-p-r-t-. ---------------------------------------------- Žena voli sok od narandže i sok od grejpfruta. 0

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