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24 [twenty-four]

Appointment

Appointment

24 [двадесет и четири]

24 [dvadeset i četiri]

Састанак

[Sastanak]

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Did you miss the bus? Ј-с- ли----п--ти--- -ропу--ил--а-т--ус? Ј___ л_ п________ / п_________ а_______ Ј-с- л- п-о-у-т-о / п-о-у-т-л- а-т-б-с- --------------------------------------- Јеси ли пропустио / пропустила аутобус? 0
J-s---- --o---tio-/ prop---i-a-a-t---s? J___ l_ p________ / p_________ a_______ J-s- l- p-o-u-t-o / p-o-u-t-l- a-t-b-s- --------------------------------------- Jesi li propustio / propustila autobus?
I waited for you for half an hour. Чек---- Че---а с-- т--по-а --та. Ч____ / Ч_____ с__ т_ п___ с____ Ч-к-о / Ч-к-л- с-м т- п-л- с-т-. -------------------------------- Чекао / Чекала сам те пола сата. 0
Č---o-- -ek--a sa--te--o-- --ta. Č____ / Č_____ s__ t_ p___ s____ Č-k-o / Č-k-l- s-m t- p-l- s-t-. -------------------------------- Čekao / Čekala sam te pola sata.
Don’t you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? Н--а- мо-и--л код -е--? Н____ м______ к__ с____ Н-м-ш м-б-т-л к-д с-б-? ----------------------- Немаш мобител код себе? 0
N-m-š-mo---el--------e? N____ m______ k__ s____ N-m-š m-b-t-l k-d s-b-? ----------------------- Nemaš mobitel kod sebe?
Be punctual next time! С-е---и -ут --ди та--н! С______ п__ б___ т_____ С-е-е-и п-т б-д- т-ч-н- ----------------------- Следећи пут буди тачан! 0
Sle--ći-put--u----a---! S______ p__ b___ t_____ S-e-e-́- p-t b-d- t-č-n- ------------------------ Sledeći put budi tačan!
Take a taxi next time! С---е---пу---зми т---и! С______ п__ у___ т_____ С-е-е-и п-т у-м- т-к-и- ----------------------- Следећи пут узми такси! 0
Sl--ec----ut uzm- tak-i! S______ p__ u___ t_____ S-e-e-́- p-t u-m- t-k-i- ------------------------ Sledeći put uzmi taksi!
Take an umbrella with you next time! С-еде-и п-т -он--и -ишо--ан! С______ п__ п_____ к________ С-е-е-и п-т п-н-с- к-ш-б-а-! ---------------------------- Следећи пут понеси кишобран! 0
Sle-ec-i pu- -o---- -iš-----! S______ p__ p_____ k________ S-e-e-́- p-t p-n-s- k-š-b-a-! ----------------------------- Sledeći put ponesi kišobran!
I have the day off tomorrow. С---а --а---л--од-о. С____ и___ с________ С-т-а и-а- с-о-о-н-. -------------------- Сутра имам слободно. 0
S--ra-i----sl-bodno. S____ i___ s________ S-t-a i-a- s-o-o-n-. -------------------- Sutra imam slobodno.
Shall we meet tomorrow? Хоћемо-ли с- -у--а--а-та-и? Х_____ л_ с_ с____ с_______ Х-ћ-м- л- с- с-т-а с-с-а-и- --------------------------- Хоћемо ли се сутра састати? 0
H-će---l---- -u-----------? H_____ l_ s_ s____ s_______ H-c-e-o l- s- s-t-a s-s-a-i- ---------------------------- Hoćemo li se sutra sastati?
I’m sorry, I can’t make it tomorrow. Ж-- -и--е- с--ра--е -ог-. Ж__ м_ ј__ с____ н_ м____ Ж-о м- ј-, с-т-а н- м-г-. ------------------------- Жао ми је, сутра не могу. 0
Ž-- -- -e, s-t-- n--m-g-. Ž__ m_ j__ s____ n_ m____ Ž-o m- j-, s-t-a n- m-g-. ------------------------- Žao mi je, sutra ne mogu.
Do you already have plans for this weekend? Им---л---а--вај -и-енд-в-- нешт--плани--но? И___ л_ з_ о___ в_____ в__ н____ п_________ И-а- л- з- о-а- в-к-н- в-ћ н-ш-о п-а-и-а-о- ------------------------------------------- Имаш ли за овај викенд већ нешто планирано? 0
Imaš----za-ov-j ---e----e-́-n------l--i-a--? I___ l_ z_ o___ v_____ v__ n____ p_________ I-a- l- z- o-a- v-k-n- v-c- n-š-o p-a-i-a-o- -------------------------------------------- Imaš li za ovaj vikend već nešto planirano?
Or do you already have an appointment? И---в-ћ -м-- -ог-во--н с-с-а---? И__ в__ и___ д________ с________ И-и в-ћ и-а- д-г-в-р-н с-с-а-а-? -------------------------------- Или већ имаш договорен састанак? 0
I-- -e-- ------ogovo--n--a-t-nak? I__ v__ i___ d________ s________ I-i v-c- i-a- d-g-v-r-n s-s-a-a-? --------------------------------- Ili već imaš dogovoren sastanak?
I suggest that we meet on the weekend. П-е-л--ем да се ---е-о -а -ике--. П________ д_ с_ н_____ з_ в______ П-е-л-ж-м д- с- н-ђ-м- з- в-к-н-. --------------------------------- Предлажем да се нађемо за викенд. 0
P-e--a-e--da ---n-đem- za v-ke-d. P________ d_ s_ n_____ z_ v______ P-e-l-ž-m d- s- n-đ-m- z- v-k-n-. --------------------------------- Predlažem da se nađemo za vikend.
Shall we have a picnic? Хоћемо----н----кн--? Х_____ л_ н_ п______ Х-ћ-м- л- н- п-к-и-? -------------------- Хоћемо ли на пикник? 0
H--́--- -i-n--p--n--? H_____ l_ n_ p______ H-c-e-o l- n- p-k-i-? --------------------- Hoćemo li na piknik?
Shall we go to the beach? Хо-----ли -- -----т- -о--ла-е? Х_____ л_ с_ о______ д_ п_____ Х-ћ-м- л- с- о-в-с-и д- п-а-е- ------------------------------ Хоћемо ли се одвести до плаже? 0
Ho-́--o-li-s- o---s-- ---pl-že? H_____ l_ s_ o______ d_ p_____ H-c-e-o l- s- o-v-s-i d- p-a-e- ------------------------------- Hoćemo li se odvesti do plaže?
Shall we go to the mountains? Х--е---л--ић----п-ан--е? Х_____ л_ и__ у п_______ Х-ћ-м- л- и-и у п-а-и-е- ------------------------ Хоћемо ли ићи у планине? 0
Ho-́-mo-l--ic---u-pla-ine? H_____ l_ i__ u p_______ H-c-e-o l- i-́- u p-a-i-e- -------------------------- Hoćemo li ići u planine?
I will pick you up at the office. До-и-ћ--п--т-б- ---а--е-----у. Д___ ћ_ п_ т___ у к___________ Д-ћ- ћ- п- т-б- у к-н-е-а-и-у- ------------------------------ Доћи ћу по тебе у канцеларију. 0
D---- c-u -- -e-e-- k-n--la----. D___ ć_ p_ t___ u k___________ D-c-i c-u p- t-b- u k-n-e-a-i-u- -------------------------------- Doći ću po tebe u kancelariju.
I will pick you up at home. Д-ћ--ћу--о-т-----ући. Д___ ћ_ п_ т___ к____ Д-ћ- ћ- п- т-б- к-ћ-. --------------------- Доћи ћу по тебе кући. 0
Do----ć- po t-b-----́-. D___ ć_ p_ t___ k____ D-c-i c-u p- t-b- k-c-i- ------------------------ Doći ću po tebe kući.
I will pick you up at the bus stop. Д-ћ- ћу--о --бе -- а--об-ск- с-а-и-у. Д___ ћ_ п_ т___ н_ а________ с_______ Д-ћ- ћ- п- т-б- н- а-т-б-с-у с-а-и-у- ------------------------------------- Доћи ћу по тебе на аутобуску станицу. 0
D-ći-c-u -o -e-e -a au--busk- -ta---u. D___ ć_ p_ t___ n_ a________ s_______ D-c-i c-u p- t-b- n- a-t-b-s-u s-a-i-u- --------------------------------------- Doći ću po tebe na autobusku stanicu.

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