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18 [eighteen]

House cleaning

House cleaning

18 [osemnásť]

Domáce upratovanie

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Today is Saturday. Dn-- ---s--ot-. Dnes je sobota. D-e- j- s-b-t-. --------------- Dnes je sobota. 0
We have time today. Dne- m-me--as. Dnes máme čas. D-e- m-m- č-s- -------------- Dnes máme čas. 0
We are cleaning the apartment today. Dne- up-a-u-e---by-. Dnes upratujeme byt. D-e- u-r-t-j-m- b-t- -------------------- Dnes upratujeme byt. 0
I am cleaning the bathroom. Č-stí----pe-ňu. Čistím kúpeľňu. Č-s-í- k-p-ľ-u- --------------- Čistím kúpeľňu. 0
My husband is washing the car. Môj--u--u-ýv- -u-o. Môj muž umýva auto. M-j m-ž u-ý-a a-t-. ------------------- Môj muž umýva auto. 0
The children are cleaning the bicycles. De-i či-tia--icy-le. Deti čistia bicykle. D-t- č-s-i- b-c-k-e- -------------------- Deti čistia bicykle. 0
Grandma is watering the flowers. Star- ma-a--o--e-- --ety. Stará mama polieva kvety. S-a-á m-m- p-l-e-a k-e-y- ------------------------- Stará mama polieva kvety. 0
The children are cleaning up the children’s room. D-ti-u-r--u---de-s-- i-b-. Deti upratujú detskú izbu. D-t- u-r-t-j- d-t-k- i-b-. -------------------------- Deti upratujú detskú izbu. 0
My husband is tidying up his desk. M-j mu- s--u-rat-je-s----pí---í---ôl. Môj muž si upratuje svoj písací stôl. M-j m-ž s- u-r-t-j- s-o- p-s-c- s-ô-. ------------------------------------- Môj muž si upratuje svoj písací stôl. 0
I am putting the laundry in the washing machine. Dá----prá-l- -- p---k-. Dávam prádlo do práčky. D-v-m p-á-l- d- p-á-k-. ----------------------- Dávam prádlo do práčky. 0
I am hanging up the laundry. Ve---m --á-lo. Vešiam prádlo. V-š-a- p-á-l-. -------------- Vešiam prádlo. 0
I am ironing the clothes. Ž-h--m -r--l-. Žehlím prádlo. Ž-h-í- p-á-l-. -------------- Žehlím prádlo. 0
The windows are dirty. Okn-----š--n---. Okná sú špinavé. O-n- s- š-i-a-é- ---------------- Okná sú špinavé. 0
The floor is dirty. Dlážk- -e--p-n-vá. Dlážka je špinavá. D-á-k- j- š-i-a-á- ------------------ Dlážka je špinavá. 0
The dishes are dirty. R--d j- šp---v-. Riad je špinavý. R-a- j- š-i-a-ý- ---------------- Riad je špinavý. 0
Who washes the windows? K-o--mý---okn-? Kto umýva okná? K-o u-ý-a o-n-? --------------- Kto umýva okná? 0
Who does the vacuuming? Kt- vysá-a? Kto vysáva? K-o v-s-v-? ----------- Kto vysáva? 0
Who does the dishes? K-o---ýva ri-d? Kto umýva riad? K-o u-ý-a r-a-? --------------- Kto umýva riad? 0

Early Learning

Today, foreign languages are becoming more and more important. This also applies to professional life. As a result, the number of people learning foreign languages has increased. Many parents would also like their children to learn languages. It is best at a young age. There are already many international grade schools worldwide. Kindergartens with multilingual education are becoming more and more popular. Starting to learn so early has many advantages. This is due to the development of our brain. Our brain builds structures for languages up to the age of 4. These neuronal networks help us in learning. Later in life, new structures do not form as well. Older children and adults have more difficulty learning languages. Therefore, we should promote the early development of our brain. In brief: the younger, the better. There are also people, however, who criticize early learning. They fear that multilingualism overwhelms small children. Besides that, there is the fear that they won't learn any language properly. These doubts are unfounded from a scientific standpoint though. Most linguists and neuropsychologists are optimistic. Their studies of the topic show positive results. Children usually have fun in language courses. And: If children learn languages, they also think about languages. Therefore, by learning foreign languages they get to know their native language. They profit from this knowledge of languages their entire life. Maybe it's actually better to start with more difficult languages. Because the brain of a child learns quickly and intuitively. It doesn't care if it stores hello, ciao or néih hóu!
Did you know?
Hindi is counted among the Indo-Aryan languages. It is spoken in most of the states of northern and central India. Hindi is closely related to the Urdu language that is primarily spoken in Pakistan. For all intents and purposes, the two languages are almost identical. The crucial difference is in the writing system. Hindi is written in Devanagari. On the other hand, Urdu uses the Arabic semiotic system. Distinctive for Hindi are the many dialects. These differ, sometimes strongly, from one another due to the country's size. Hindi is the native language of 370 million people. An additional 150 million people are proficient in Hindi as a second language. With that, Hindi is among the most spoken languages of the world. It is in second place after Chinese. So it comes before Spanish and English! And India's influence in the world is growing rapidly!