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17 [seventeen]

Around the house

Around the house

17 [shtatёmbёdhjetё]

Nё shtёpi

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Our house is here. K-tu----tё-s-----a----ё. Kёtu ёshtё shtёpia jonё. K-t- ё-h-ё s-t-p-a j-n-. ------------------------ Kёtu ёshtё shtёpia jonё. 0
The roof is on top. La-t ёs-tё -at--. Lart ёshtё çatia. L-r- ё-h-ё ç-t-a- ----------------- Lart ёshtё çatia. 0
The basement is below. P---tё -------o----i. Poshtё ёshtё bodrumi. P-s-t- ё-h-ё b-d-u-i- --------------------- Poshtё ёshtё bodrumi. 0
There is a garden behind the house. M-rapa-s---pisё ---tё ko--hti. Mbrapa shtёpisё ёshtё kopshti. M-r-p- s-t-p-s- ё-h-ё k-p-h-i- ------------------------------ Mbrapa shtёpisё ёshtё kopshti. 0
There is no street in front of the house. Para --tё-i-ё --k----rr---. Para shtёpisё nuk ka rrugё. P-r- s-t-p-s- n-k k- r-u-ё- --------------------------- Para shtёpisё nuk ka rrugё. 0
There are trees next to the house. P-anё -ht---sё -- -e--. Pranё shtёpisё ka pemё. P-a-ё s-t-p-s- k- p-m-. ----------------------- Pranё shtёpisё ka pemё. 0
My apartment is here. K-o -sh-- -a-es--im-. Kjo ёshtё banesa ime. K-o ё-h-ё b-n-s- i-e- --------------------- Kjo ёshtё banesa ime. 0
The kitchen and bathroom are here. Kj- ёsh-ё k-z--n- --e ---j-j-. Kjo ёshtё kuzhina dhe banjoja. K-o ё-h-ё k-z-i-a d-e b-n-o-a- ------------------------------ Kjo ёshtё kuzhina dhe banjoja. 0
The living room and bedroom are there. A-j- -s--- --o-- e--denj-s--h- -h--a - -j---t. Atje ёshtё dhoma e ndenjes dhe dhoma e gjumit. A-j- ё-h-ё d-o-a e n-e-j-s d-e d-o-a e g-u-i-. ---------------------------------------------- Atje ёshtё dhoma e ndenjes dhe dhoma e gjumit. 0
The front door is closed. Der- --sh--pis--ёsh-ё-e ------r. Dera e shtёpisё ёshtё e mbyllur. D-r- e s-t-p-s- ё-h-ё e m-y-l-r- -------------------------------- Dera e shtёpisё ёshtё e mbyllur. 0
But the windows are open. P---dr-ta-et ja-ё tё-h-p--a. Por dritaret janё tё hapura. P-r d-i-a-e- j-n- t- h-p-r-. ---------------------------- Por dritaret janё tё hapura. 0
It is hot today. Sot --ht--n-eht-. Sot ёshtё nxehtё. S-t ё-h-ё n-e-t-. ----------------- Sot ёshtё nxehtё. 0
We are going to the living room. N- -h-ojm--n- dho-ёn e-n--nje-. Ne shkojmё nё dhomёn e ndenjes. N- s-k-j-ё n- d-o-ё- e n-e-j-s- ------------------------------- Ne shkojmё nё dhomёn e ndenjes. 0
There is a sofa and an armchair there. A-j- ё---- -jё d-va---h- --ё koll-u-. Atje ёshtё njё divan dhe njё kolltuk. A-j- ё-h-ё n-ё d-v-n d-e n-ё k-l-t-k- ------------------------------------- Atje ёshtё njё divan dhe njё kolltuk. 0
Please, sit down! U--n-! Uluni! U-u-i- ------ Uluni! 0
My computer is there. At-- --h-- k-m-ju---- i-. Atje ёshtё kompjuteri im. A-j- ё-h-ё k-m-j-t-r- i-. ------------------------- Atje ёshtё kompjuteri im. 0
My stereo is there. At-------ё --g-et-foni im. Atje ёshtё magnetofoni im. A-j- ё-h-ё m-g-e-o-o-i i-. -------------------------- Atje ёshtё magnetofoni im. 0
The TV set is brand new. T-lev----i --ht- i--i----e. Televizori ёshtё i ri fare. T-l-v-z-r- ё-h-ё i r- f-r-. --------------------------- Televizori ёshtё i ri fare. 0

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