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49 [сорок дев’ять]

49 [sorok devʺyatʹ]

Спорт

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Do you exercise? Ти --й---шс- -п--т--? Ти займаєшся спортом? Т- з-й-а-ш-я с-о-т-м- --------------------- Ти займаєшся спортом? 0
T- za------s-s-- -p-r---? Ty zay-mayeshsya sportom? T- z-y-m-y-s-s-a s-o-t-m- ------------------------- Ty zay̆mayeshsya sportom?
Yes, I need some exercise. Та---я п-вин-н-/-п-в--н- -уха-ис-. Так, я повинен / повинна рухатися. Т-к- я п-в-н-н / п-в-н-а р-х-т-с-. ---------------------------------- Так, я повинен / повинна рухатися. 0
Tak, -- -o------/ p-vy--a-ruk-a---ya. Tak, ya povynen / povynna rukhatysya. T-k- y- p-v-n-n / p-v-n-a r-k-a-y-y-. ------------------------------------- Tak, ya povynen / povynna rukhatysya.
I am a member of a sports club. Я ---ж--до -п-рти------к--б-. Я ходжу до спортивного клубу. Я х-д-у д- с-о-т-в-о-о к-у-у- ----------------------------- Я ходжу до спортивного клубу. 0
Y---h-d-hu -- s-o-t--n-ho----bu. YA khodzhu do sportyvnoho klubu. Y- k-o-z-u d- s-o-t-v-o-o k-u-u- -------------------------------- YA khodzhu do sportyvnoho klubu.
We play football / soccer (am.). Ми-гра--- у-ф--бол. Ми граємо у футбол. М- г-а-м- у ф-т-о-. ------------------- Ми граємо у футбол. 0
My--ray-mo-u-fu---l. My hrayemo u futbol. M- h-a-e-o u f-t-o-. -------------------- My hrayemo u futbol.
We swim sometimes. І-о-- ---плава---. Іноді ми плаваємо. І-о-і м- п-а-а-м-. ------------------ Іноді ми плаваємо. 0
I-o-i my-pla-aye-o. Inodi my plavayemo. I-o-i m- p-a-a-e-o- ------------------- Inodi my plavayemo.
Or we cycle. Або-м--кат--м-с- на-в----ипед--. Або ми катаємось на велосипедах. А-о м- к-т-є-о-ь н- в-л-с-п-д-х- -------------------------------- Або ми катаємось на велосипедах. 0
A-- m- k----e-os- na-v-lo--p-d---. Abo my katayemosʹ na velosypedakh. A-o m- k-t-y-m-s- n- v-l-s-p-d-k-. ---------------------------------- Abo my katayemosʹ na velosypedakh.
There is a football / soccer (am.) stadium in our city. У---шо-у-місті-є --тбол-ний-ст-ді-н. У нашому місті є футбольний стадіон. У н-ш-м- м-с-і є ф-т-о-ь-и- с-а-і-н- ------------------------------------ У нашому місті є футбольний стадіон. 0
U-nashomu -i--i--- -----lʹny-̆ --adi--. U nashomu misti ye futbolʹnyy- stadion. U n-s-o-u m-s-i y- f-t-o-ʹ-y-̆ s-a-i-n- --------------------------------------- U nashomu misti ye futbolʹnyy̆ stadion.
There is also a swimming pool with a sauna. Є -ако--б-сей--і ---н-. Є також басейн і сауна. Є т-к-ж б-с-й- і с-у-а- ----------------------- Є також басейн і сауна. 0
YE---k--- ba-e-̆--i-s--n-. YE takozh basey-n i sauna. Y- t-k-z- b-s-y-n i s-u-a- -------------------------- YE takozh basey̆n i sauna.
And there is a golf course. І є-м-----д-------фу. І є місце для гольфу. І є м-с-е д-я г-л-ф-. --------------------- І є місце для гольфу. 0
I--- -is-se-dly--hol--u. I ye mistse dlya holʹfu. I y- m-s-s- d-y- h-l-f-. ------------------------ I ye mistse dlya holʹfu.
What is on TV? Щ--йд- на -ел-б-ч----? Що йде на телебаченні? Щ- й-е н- т-л-б-ч-н-і- ---------------------- Що йде на телебаченні? 0
S--h- y-d--n---e-e-----nn-? Shcho y-de na telebachenni? S-c-o y-d- n- t-l-b-c-e-n-? --------------------------- Shcho y̆de na telebachenni?
There is a football / soccer (am.) match on now. Сам--------тбо--н-й-м-т-. Саме йде футбольний матч. С-м- й-е ф-т-о-ь-и- м-т-. ------------------------- Саме йде футбольний матч. 0
Same---d- f--bol-n-y---at-h. Same y-de futbolʹnyy- match. S-m- y-d- f-t-o-ʹ-y-̆ m-t-h- ---------------------------- Same y̆de futbolʹnyy̆ match.
The German team is playing against the English one. Н-м-цьк- к--а--- --ає п-оти--нглі-ськ--. Німецька команда грає проти англійської. Н-м-ц-к- к-м-н-а г-а- п-о-и а-г-і-с-к-ї- ---------------------------------------- Німецька команда грає проти англійської. 0
Nime-sʹk- -om--da h-a-e---o-y-a--l--̆---oï. Nimetsʹka komanda hraye proty anhliy-sʹkoi-. N-m-t-ʹ-a k-m-n-a h-a-e p-o-y a-h-i-̆-ʹ-o-̈- -------------------------------------------- Nimetsʹka komanda hraye proty anhliy̆sʹkoï.
Who is winning? Х---в-гра-? Хто виграє? Х-о в-г-а-? ----------- Хто виграє? 0
Kht- vy--a-e? Khto vyhraye? K-t- v-h-a-e- ------------- Khto vyhraye?
I have no idea. Я-не ----. Я не знаю. Я н- з-а-. ---------- Я не знаю. 0
YA -- z-a-u. YA ne znayu. Y- n- z-a-u- ------------ YA ne znayu.
It is currently a tie. Пок- -- ----я. Поки що нічия. П-к- щ- н-ч-я- -------------- Поки що нічия. 0
P-k- --ch--ni-hy-a. Poky shcho nichyya. P-k- s-c-o n-c-y-a- ------------------- Poky shcho nichyya.
The referee is from Belgium. А-б-тр з Б-л----. Арбітр з Бельгії. А-б-т- з Б-л-г-ї- ----------------- Арбітр з Бельгії. 0
Ar-----z ----hi-̈. Arbitr z Belʹhii-. A-b-t- z B-l-h-i-. ------------------ Arbitr z Belʹhiï.
Now there is a penalty. Зар-з--у---пе-а-ьт-. Зараз буде пенальті. З-р-з б-д- п-н-л-т-. -------------------- Зараз буде пенальті. 0
Z--az-b-d- pena-ʹ--. Zaraz bude penalʹti. Z-r-z b-d- p-n-l-t-. -------------------- Zaraz bude penalʹti.
Goal! One – zero! Го-----ин: --ль! Гол! Один: нуль! Г-л- О-и-: н-л-! ---------------- Гол! Один: нуль! 0
Hol! -d--- nu--! Hol! Odyn: nulʹ! H-l- O-y-: n-l-! ---------------- Hol! Odyn: nulʹ!

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