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21 [twenty-one]

Small Talk 2

Small Talk 2

21 [njёzetenjё]

Bisedё e shkurtёr 2

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Where do you come from? N-- vi-i? Nga vini? N-a v-n-? --------- Nga vini? 0
From Basel. N-- B---l-. Nga Bazeli. N-a B-z-l-. ----------- Nga Bazeli. 0
Basel is in Switzerland. Ba-e-i --o---- -ё--vic--. Bazeli ndodhet nё Zvicёr. B-z-l- n-o-h-t n- Z-i-ё-. ------------------------- Bazeli ndodhet nё Zvicёr. 0
May I introduce Mr. Miller? A mund t’j--pre--n-o---e--ot-n-My-er? A mund t’ju prezantoj me zotin Myler? A m-n- t-j- p-e-a-t-j m- z-t-n M-l-r- ------------------------------------- A mund t’ju prezantoj me zotin Myler? 0
He is a foreigner. Ai----tё-i ---j. Ai ёshtё i huaj. A- ё-h-ё i h-a-. ---------------- Ai ёshtё i huaj. 0
He speaks several languages. A- --------a -juhё. Ai flet disa gjuhё. A- f-e- d-s- g-u-ё- ------------------- Ai flet disa gjuhё. 0
Are you here for the first time? Ёs--- --r--e-p----q--je-i k-t-? Ёshtё hera e parё qe jeni kёtu? Ё-h-ё h-r- e p-r- q- j-n- k-t-? ------------------------------- Ёshtё hera e parё qe jeni kёtu? 0
No, I was here once last year. Jo- --ti- e k-l--r --h- ----. Jo, vitin e kaluar isha kёtu. J-, v-t-n e k-l-a- i-h- k-t-. ----------------------------- Jo, vitin e kaluar isha kёtu. 0
Only for a week, though. Po- --t-m---r n-ё-j-vё. Por vetёm pёr njё javё. P-r v-t-m p-r n-ё j-v-. ----------------------- Por vetёm pёr njё javё. 0
How do you like it here? A--- -ё---n ---- -e---? A ju pёlqen kёtu te ne? A j- p-l-e- k-t- t- n-? ----------------------- A ju pёlqen kёtu te ne? 0
A lot. The people are nice. Sh-----------j--ёzit j-nё -ё-sj-----ёm. Shumё mirё. Njerёzit janё tё sjellshёm. S-u-ё m-r-. N-e-ё-i- j-n- t- s-e-l-h-m- --------------------------------------- Shumё mirё. Njerёzit janё tё sjellshёm. 0
And I like the scenery, too. Dh- n--yra-m- ----en -humё. Dhe natyra mё pёlqen shumё. D-e n-t-r- m- p-l-e- s-u-ё- --------------------------- Dhe natyra mё pёlqen shumё. 0
What is your profession? Çfa-ё profe--on--k--i? Çfarё profesioni keni? Ç-a-ё p-o-e-i-n- k-n-? ---------------------- Çfarё profesioni keni? 0
I am a translator. J-- pё---h--s. Jam pёrkthyes. J-m p-r-t-y-s- -------------- Jam pёrkthyes. 0
I translate books. Unё -ё-k-he- libra. Unё pёrkthej libra. U-ё p-r-t-e- l-b-a- ------------------- Unё pёrkthej libra. 0
Are you alone here? Ve-ё--j--i--ё-u? Vetёm jeni kёtu? V-t-m j-n- k-t-? ---------------- Vetёm jeni kёtu? 0
No, my wife / my husband is also here. J-, gr--ja -me-- b---i im--s-tё -j-tha-h-u k-t-. Jo, gruaja ime / burri im ёshtё gjithashtu kёtu. J-, g-u-j- i-e / b-r-i i- ё-h-ё g-i-h-s-t- k-t-. ------------------------------------------------ Jo, gruaja ime / burri im ёshtё gjithashtu kёtu. 0
And those are my two children. D---a-je--a------dy f-m-jё-----i. Dhe atje janё tё dy fёmijёt e mi. D-e a-j- j-n- t- d- f-m-j-t e m-. --------------------------------- Dhe atje janё tё dy fёmijёt e mi. 0

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