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21 [twenty-one]

Small Talk 2

Small Talk 2

21 [dvadeset i jedan]

Ćaskanje 2

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Where do you come from? Od-k-- st-? Odakle ste? O-a-l- s-e- ----------- Odakle ste? 0
From Basel. Iz Base-a. Iz Basela. I- B-s-l-. ---------- Iz Basela. 0
Basel is in Switzerland. Base---e----vicar-k-j. Basel je u Švicarskoj. B-s-l j- u Š-i-a-s-o-. ---------------------- Basel je u Švicarskoj. 0
May I introduce Mr. Miller? M-gu l--V-- -----ta-i-- -osp-d-na------a? Mogu li Vam predstaviti gospodina Milera? M-g- l- V-m p-e-s-a-i-i g-s-o-i-a M-l-r-? ----------------------------------------- Mogu li Vam predstaviti gospodina Milera? 0
He is a foreigner. On----st----c. On je stranac. O- j- s-r-n-c- -------------- On je stranac. 0
He speaks several languages. On-govo-i--i---j-z---. On govori više jezika. O- g-v-r- v-š- j-z-k-. ---------------------- On govori više jezika. 0
Are you here for the first time? J------- ---i--u- o-dje? Jeste li prvi put ovdje? J-s-e l- p-v- p-t o-d-e- ------------------------ Jeste li prvi put ovdje? 0
No, I was here once last year. N-,---o / --l- sa--v-ć--vdje-p-o--e---di--. Ne, bio / bila sam već ovdje prošle godine. N-, b-o / b-l- s-m v-ć o-d-e p-o-l- g-d-n-. ------------------------------------------- Ne, bio / bila sam već ovdje prošle godine. 0
Only for a week, though. A-i sa-- jed-n -je---. Ali samo jedan tjedan. A-i s-m- j-d-n t-e-a-. ---------------------- Ali samo jedan tjedan. 0
How do you like it here? K-k----- se-dopad- k-d ---? Kako Vam se dopada kod nas? K-k- V-m s- d-p-d- k-d n-s- --------------------------- Kako Vam se dopada kod nas? 0
A lot. The people are nice. Jako do-ro. -judi -u -jub-zni. Jako dobro. Ljudi su ljubazni. J-k- d-b-o- L-u-i s- l-u-a-n-. ------------------------------ Jako dobro. Ljudi su ljubazni. 0
And I like the scenery, too. I krajo-ik m---- -ak-----d--ad-. I krajolik mi se također dopada. I k-a-o-i- m- s- t-k-đ-r d-p-d-. -------------------------------- I krajolik mi se također dopada. 0
What is your profession? Š-----e--o z-ni----u? Šta ste po zanimanju? Š-a s-e p- z-n-m-n-u- --------------------- Šta ste po zanimanju? 0
I am a translator. Ja---m-prev-di-e--. Ja sam prevoditelj. J- s-m p-e-o-i-e-j- ------------------- Ja sam prevoditelj. 0
I translate books. Prevo-i----j---. Prevodim knjige. P-e-o-i- k-j-g-. ---------------- Prevodim knjige. 0
Are you alone here? Jes-e l--sa-i--v--e? Jeste li sami ovdje? J-s-e l- s-m- o-d-e- -------------------- Jeste li sami ovdje? 0
No, my wife / my husband is also here. N-,-------e-- / m-- -už j- ---o--r o-dj-. Ne, moja žena / moj muž je također ovdje. N-, m-j- ž-n- / m-j m-ž j- t-k-đ-r o-d-e- ----------------------------------------- Ne, moja žena / moj muž je također ovdje. 0
And those are my two children. А -amo su---j- -v-je djec-. А tamo su moje dvoje djece. А t-m- s- m-j- d-o-e d-e-e- --------------------------- А tamo su moje dvoje djece. 0

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