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65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2

Negation 2

65 [kuusikymmentäviisi]

Kieltomuoto 2

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Is the ring expensive? O-k--t-mä -o--u---al---? Onko tämä sormus kallis? O-k- t-m- s-r-u- k-l-i-? ------------------------ Onko tämä sormus kallis? 0
No, it costs only one hundred Euros. E-, -----k-a--va---s-ta-e-r-a. Ei, se maksaa vain sata euroa. E-, s- m-k-a- v-i- s-t- e-r-a- ------------------------------ Ei, se maksaa vain sata euroa. 0
But I have only fifty. Mut-- --nu----on-------iis-k--m--t-. Mutta minulla on vain viisikymmentä. M-t-a m-n-l-a o- v-i- v-i-i-y-m-n-ä- ------------------------------------ Mutta minulla on vain viisikymmentä. 0
Are you finished? O--t-- -o-v--mis? Oletko jo valmis? O-e-k- j- v-l-i-? ----------------- Oletko jo valmis? 0
No, not yet. Ei- -n---el-. Ei, en vielä. E-, e- v-e-ä- ------------- Ei, en vielä. 0
But I’ll be finished soon. Mut---o-en-k---a-v--m-s. Mutta olen kohta valmis. M-t-a o-e- k-h-a v-l-i-. ------------------------ Mutta olen kohta valmis. 0
Do you want some more soup? Ha--a-si-ko-v-el---e----a? Haluaisitko vielä keittoa? H-l-a-s-t-o v-e-ä k-i-t-a- -------------------------- Haluaisitko vielä keittoa? 0
No, I don’t want anymore. E-,--- h---a e-ä-. Ei, en halua enää. E-, e- h-l-a e-ä-. ------------------ Ei, en halua enää. 0
But another ice cream. Mu-t--hal-a--i----e-ä jää--l-n. Mutta haluaisin vielä jäätelön. M-t-a h-l-a-s-n v-e-ä j-ä-e-ö-. ------------------------------- Mutta haluaisin vielä jäätelön. 0
Have you lived here long? Ol-------u-u- -aua-------ä? Oletko asunut kauan täällä? O-e-k- a-u-u- k-u-n t-ä-l-? --------------------------- Oletko asunut kauan täällä? 0
No, only for a month. E-, -ast--kuuka--e-. En, vasta kuukauden. E-, v-s-a k-u-a-d-n- -------------------- En, vasta kuukauden. 0
But I already know a lot of people. Mutta t--ne-----p----n-ihm--iä. Mutta tunnen jo paljon ihmisiä. M-t-a t-n-e- j- p-l-o- i-m-s-ä- ------------------------------- Mutta tunnen jo paljon ihmisiä. 0
Are you driving home tomorrow? Lähd--k- -u---nna k--ii-? Lähdetkö huomenna kotiin? L-h-e-k- h-o-e-n- k-t-i-? ------------------------- Lähdetkö huomenna kotiin? 0
No, only on the weekend. E-, --s-a---iko-lopp--a. En, vasta viikonloppuna. E-, v-s-a v-i-o-l-p-u-a- ------------------------ En, vasta viikonloppuna. 0
But I will be back on Sunday. M-t---tu------ -unnu-ta--a ----is--. Mutta tulen jo sunnuntaina takaisin. M-t-a t-l-n j- s-n-u-t-i-a t-k-i-i-. ------------------------------------ Mutta tulen jo sunnuntaina takaisin. 0
Is your daughter an adult? Onk- -ytt-res- jo-aik-i---? Onko tyttäresi jo aikuinen? O-k- t-t-ä-e-i j- a-k-i-e-? --------------------------- Onko tyttäresi jo aikuinen? 0
No, she is only seventeen. Ei, h-n -- -as-a--e---e-ä-t---t-. Ei, hän on vasta seitsemäntoista. E-, h-n o- v-s-a s-i-s-m-n-o-s-a- --------------------------------- Ei, hän on vasta seitsemäntoista. 0
But she already has a boyfriend. Mutt-----el-- -n jo--o----s---ä. Mutta hänellä on jo poikaystävä. M-t-a h-n-l-ä o- j- p-i-a-s-ä-ä- -------------------------------- Mutta hänellä on jo poikaystävä. 0

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