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65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2

Negation 2

65 [kuuskümmend viis]

Eitamine 2

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Is the ring expensive? Kas-see -----s-o---al-is? Kas see sõrmus on kallis? K-s s-e s-r-u- o- k-l-i-? ------------------------- Kas see sõrmus on kallis? 0
No, it costs only one hundred Euros. Ei- s-- m--sa- a--ult----- e---t. Ei, see maksab ainult sada eurot. E-, s-e m-k-a- a-n-l- s-d- e-r-t- --------------------------------- Ei, see maksab ainult sada eurot. 0
But I have only fifty. K--- -u---n ---u-t vii--ü--en-. Kuid mul on ainult viiskümmend. K-i- m-l o- a-n-l- v-i-k-m-e-d- ------------------------------- Kuid mul on ainult viiskümmend. 0
Are you finished? Ole--sa--u-- val--s? Oled sa juba valmis? O-e- s- j-b- v-l-i-? -------------------- Oled sa juba valmis? 0
No, not yet. Ei,-v-el mi---. Ei, veel mitte. E-, v-e- m-t-e- --------------- Ei, veel mitte. 0
But I’ll be finished soon. A-- k-h--ol-- v-l-i-. Aga kohe olen valmis. A-a k-h- o-e- v-l-i-. --------------------- Aga kohe olen valmis. 0
Do you want some more soup? S-ovi--sa---el -----? Soovid sa veel suppi? S-o-i- s- v-e- s-p-i- --------------------- Soovid sa veel suppi? 0
No, I don’t want anymore. E-, -a ei--aha-r-h--m. Ei, ma ei taha rohkem. E-, m- e- t-h- r-h-e-. ---------------------- Ei, ma ei taha rohkem. 0
But another ice cream. A-- -e-l---t--ä-t---. Aga veel üht jäätist. A-a v-e- ü-t j-ä-i-t- --------------------- Aga veel üht jäätist. 0
Have you lived here long? El------j-ba----a s---? Elad sa juba kaua siin? E-a- s- j-b- k-u- s-i-? ----------------------- Elad sa juba kaua siin? 0
No, only for a month. E-,-a-l-s-esime-t-k-u-. Ei, alles esimest kuud. E-, a-l-s e-i-e-t k-u-. ----------------------- Ei, alles esimest kuud. 0
But I already know a lot of people. Ku-d--a---n-en -uba pal----n-mes-. Kuid ma tunnen juba palju inimesi. K-i- m- t-n-e- j-b- p-l-u i-i-e-i- ---------------------------------- Kuid ma tunnen juba palju inimesi. 0
Are you driving home tomorrow? Sõi-a- sa--o-me -oju? Sõidad sa homme koju? S-i-a- s- h-m-e k-j-? --------------------- Sõidad sa homme koju? 0
No, only on the weekend. Ei- all-s-nädala-a-e-use-. Ei, alles nädalavahetusel. E-, a-l-s n-d-l-v-h-t-s-l- -------------------------- Ei, alles nädalavahetusel. 0
But I will be back on Sunday. Aga ma--ul-n--u---p-----e--- ----s-. Aga ma tulen juba pühapäeval tagasi. A-a m- t-l-n j-b- p-h-p-e-a- t-g-s-. ------------------------------------ Aga ma tulen juba pühapäeval tagasi. 0
Is your daughter an adult? Ka--su tü--- o- jub- -ä-s----a---? Kas su tütar on juba täiskasvanud? K-s s- t-t-r o- j-b- t-i-k-s-a-u-? ---------------------------------- Kas su tütar on juba täiskasvanud? 0
No, she is only seventeen. Ei, t---n a---- s-itset-i-t. Ei, ta on alles seitseteist. E-, t- o- a-l-s s-i-s-t-i-t- ---------------------------- Ei, ta on alles seitseteist. 0
But she already has a boyfriend. A-a -al-o-----a -o-s--sõbe-. Aga tal on juba poiss-sõber. A-a t-l o- j-b- p-i-s-s-b-r- ---------------------------- Aga tal on juba poiss-sõber. 0

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