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Делатности

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What does Martha do? Ш-а р--и -арт-? Шта ради Марта? Ш-а р-д- М-р-а- --------------- Шта ради Марта? 0
Št--ra-- Ma---? Šta radi Marta? Š-a r-d- M-r-a- --------------- Šta radi Marta?
She works at an office. О-а-ра---у б----. Она ради у бироу. О-а р-д- у б-р-у- ----------------- Она ради у бироу. 0
On---adi u -iro-. Ona radi u birou. O-a r-d- u b-r-u- ----------------- Ona radi u birou.
She works on the computer. О-- -ад- -- -----у-е-у. Она ради на компјутеру. О-а р-д- н- к-м-ј-т-р-. ----------------------- Она ради на компјутеру. 0
O-- r----na -om------u. Ona radi na kompjuteru. O-a r-d- n- k-m-j-t-r-. ----------------------- Ona radi na kompjuteru.
Where is Martha? Г----- М---а? Где је Марта? Г-е ј- М-р-а- ------------- Где је Марта? 0
Gd- -e --rta? Gde je Marta? G-e j- M-r-a- ------------- Gde je Marta?
At the cinema. У б--ск-п-. У биоскопу. У б-о-к-п-. ----------- У биоскопу. 0
U---osk---. U bioskopu. U b-o-k-p-. ----------- U bioskopu.
She is watching a film. О-а г---- фи--. Она гледа филм. О-а г-е-а ф-л-. --------------- Она гледа филм. 0
Ona--le-a---l-. Ona gleda film. O-a g-e-a f-l-. --------------- Ona gleda film.
What does Peter do? Шт--р-ди--етa-? Шта ради Петaр? Ш-а р-д- П-т-р- --------------- Шта ради Петaр? 0
Št- r--i--e--r? Šta radi Petar? Š-a r-d- P-t-r- --------------- Šta radi Petar?
He studies at the university. О--студ-р- -- у-и-ерзит--у. Он студира на универзитету. О- с-у-и-а н- у-и-е-з-т-т-. --------------------------- Он студира на универзитету. 0
O- -tu--ra-n- univ-----e-u. On studira na univerzitetu. O- s-u-i-a n- u-i-e-z-t-t-. --------------------------- On studira na univerzitetu.
He studies languages. О- сту--ра-ј---ке. Он студира језике. О- с-у-и-а ј-з-к-. ------------------ Он студира језике. 0
O- ---d--a --zi-e. On studira jezike. O- s-u-i-a j-z-k-. ------------------ On studira jezike.
Where is Peter? Гд- је--етaр? Где је Петaр? Г-е ј- П-т-р- ------------- Где је Петaр? 0
G-e---------? Gde je Petar? G-e j- P-t-r- ------------- Gde je Petar?
At the café. У---ф--у. У кафићу. У к-ф-ћ-. --------- У кафићу. 0
U-kafi---. U kafic-u. U k-f-c-u- ---------- U kafiću.
He is drinking coffee. Он п-ј-----у. Он пије кафу. О- п-ј- к-ф-. ------------- Он пије кафу. 0
On--ije kaf-. On pije kafu. O- p-j- k-f-. ------------- On pije kafu.
Where do they like to go? К-д- ---- и-у? Куда радо иду? К-д- р-д- и-у- -------------- Куда радо иду? 0
Kud---ado----? Kuda rado idu? K-d- r-d- i-u- -------------- Kuda rado idu?
To a concert. Н- конц--т. На концерт. Н- к-н-е-т- ----------- На концерт. 0
Na-k--cert. Na koncert. N- k-n-e-t- ----------- Na koncert.
They like to listen to music. Он- р-д- с---ај- м--ику. Они радо слушају музику. О-и р-д- с-у-а-у м-з-к-. ------------------------ Они радо слушају музику. 0
O-i--a-o--lu-a-u -uzik-. Oni rado slušaju muziku. O-i r-d- s-u-a-u m-z-k-. ------------------------ Oni rado slušaju muziku.
Where do they not like to go? Ку-- -н---е-------до? Куда они не иду радо? К-д- о-и н- и-у р-д-? --------------------- Куда они не иду радо? 0
K-d- oni ne-i-u---do? Kuda oni ne idu rado? K-d- o-i n- i-u r-d-? --------------------- Kuda oni ne idu rado?
To the disco. У-ди--о. У диско. У д-с-о- -------- У диско. 0
U-disko. U disko. U d-s-o- -------- U disko.
They do not like to dance. О-и -е-пл-ш- -а--. Они не плешу радо. О-и н- п-е-у р-д-. ------------------ Они не плешу радо. 0
O-- -e----šu---d-. Oni ne plešu rado. O-i n- p-e-u r-d-. ------------------ Oni ne plešu rado.

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