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56 [Năm mươi sáu]

Cảm giác

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to feel like / want to C- h-ng-t-ú Có hứng thú C- h-n- t-ú ----------- Có hứng thú 0
We feel like. / We want to. C-úng---i -- ------h-. Chúng tôi có hứng thú. C-ú-g t-i c- h-n- t-ú- ---------------------- Chúng tôi có hứng thú. 0
We don’t feel like. / We do’t want to. Chú-- --- --ô-g c- -ứ-- thú. Chúng tôi không có hứng thú. C-ú-g t-i k-ô-g c- h-n- t-ú- ---------------------------- Chúng tôi không có hứng thú. 0
to be afraid B- --ản--sợ Bị hoảng sợ B- h-ả-g s- ----------- Bị hoảng sợ 0
I’m afraid. Tô- -ị-h------ợ. Tôi bị hoảng sợ. T-i b- h-ả-g s-. ---------------- Tôi bị hoảng sợ. 0
I am not afraid. T-i k---g -ợ. Tôi không sợ. T-i k-ô-g s-. ------------- Tôi không sợ. 0
to have time Có -hời--i-n Có thời gian C- t-ờ- g-a- ------------ Có thời gian 0
He has time. Anh ấy -ó -hờ- -ia-. Anh ấy có thời gian. A-h ấ- c- t-ờ- g-a-. -------------------- Anh ấy có thời gian. 0
He has no time. An- ấ--k-ô---c- thời-gi-n. Anh ấy không có thời gian. A-h ấ- k-ô-g c- t-ờ- g-a-. -------------------------- Anh ấy không có thời gian. 0
to be bored Buồn ---n Buồn chán B-ồ- c-á- --------- Buồn chán 0
She is bored. C-ị -y -uồ- ch-n. Chị ấy buồn chán. C-ị ấ- b-ồ- c-á-. ----------------- Chị ấy buồn chán. 0
She is not bored. Ch- -- k-ông-bu-n-c-á-. Chị ấy không buồn chán. C-ị ấ- k-ô-g b-ồ- c-á-. ----------------------- Chị ấy không buồn chán. 0
to be hungry Bị ---. Bị đói. B- đ-i- ------- Bị đói. 0
Are you hungry? Các b---có đó- k-ông? Các bạn có đói không? C-c b-n c- đ-i k-ô-g- --------------------- Các bạn có đói không? 0
Aren’t you hungry? Các-bạn kh-n--đ-i-h-? Các bạn không đói hả? C-c b-n k-ô-g đ-i h-? --------------------- Các bạn không đói hả? 0
to be thirsty B- kh-t. Bị khát. B- k-á-. -------- Bị khát. 0
They are thirsty. Cá- --- k-át. Các bạn khát. C-c b-n k-á-. ------------- Các bạn khát. 0
They are not thirsty. Các--ạ- k-ô-- -h-t. Các bạn không khát. C-c b-n k-ô-g k-á-. ------------------- Các bạn không khát. 0

Secret Languages

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