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Části těla

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Parts of the body

Parts of the body

58 [padesát osm]


Části těla

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I am drawing a man. Na------- m---. Nakreslím muže. 0 +
First the head. Ne------ h----. Nejdříve hlavu. 0 +
The man is wearing a hat. Te- m-- m- n- s--- k------. Ten muž má na sobě klobouk. 0 +
One cannot see the hair. Je-- v---- n----- v----. Jeho vlasy nejsou vidět. 0 +
One cannot see the ears either. An- j--- u-- n----- v----. Ani jeho uši nejsou vidět. 0 +
One cannot see his back either. An- j--- z--- n----- v----. Ani jeho záda nejsou vidět. 0 +
I am drawing the eyes and the mouth. Na------- m- o-- a ú---. Nakreslím mu oči a ústa. 0 +
The man is dancing and laughing. Te- m-- t---- a s---- s-. Ten muž tančí a směje se. 0 +
The man has a long nose. Te- m-- m- d----- n--. Ten muž má dlouhý nos. 0 +
He is carrying a cane in his hands. V r---- d--- h--. V rukou drží hůl. 0 +
He is also wearing a scarf around his neck. Ko--- k--- m- t--- š---. Kolem krku má také šálu. 0 +
It is winter and it is cold. Je z--- a j- c------. Je zima a je chladno. 0 +
The arms are athletic. Je-- p--- j--- s----. Jeho paže jsou silné. 0 +
The legs are also athletic. I j--- n--- j--- s----. I jeho nohy jsou silné. 0 +
The man is made of snow. Te- m-- j- z- s----. Ten muž je ze sněhu. 0 +
He is neither wearing pants nor a coat. Ne-- n- s--- ž---- k------ a ž---- k----. Nemá na sobě žádné kalhoty a žádný kabát. 0 +
But the man is not freezing. Al- n------. Ale nemrzne. 0 +
He is a snowman. Je t- s-------. Je to sněhulák. 0 +

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