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65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2

Negation 2

65 [шеесет и пет]

65 [shyeyesyet i pyet]

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Негирање 2

[Nyeguiraњye 2]

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Is the ring expensive? Ск-- л- е п-------? Скап ли е прстенот? 0
Sk-- l- y- p--------? Skap li ye prstyenot?
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No, it costs only one hundred Euros. Не- т-- ч--- с--- с-- е---. Не, тој чини само сто евра. 0
Ny-- t-- c---- s--- s-- y----. Nye, toј chini samo sto yevra.
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But I have only fifty. Но ј-- и--- с--- п------. Но јас имам само педесет. 0
No ј-- i--- s--- p---------. No јas imam samo pyedyesyet.
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Are you finished? Го--- / г----- л- с- в---? Готов / готова ли си веќе? 0
Gu---- / g------ l- s- v------? Guotov / guotova li si vyekjye?
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No, not yet. Не- с----- н- с--. Не, сеуште не сум. 0
Ny-- s--------- n-- s---. Nye, syeooshtye nye soom.
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But I’ll be finished soon. Но в----- ќ- б---- г---- / г-----. Но веднаш ќе бидам готов / готова. 0
No v------- k--- b---- g----- / g------. No vyednash kjye bidam guotov / guotova.
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Do you want some more soup? Са--- л- у--- с---? Сакаш ли уште супа? 0
Sa---- l- o------ s----? Sakash li ooshtye soopa?
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No, I don’t want anymore. Не- н- с---- п-----. Не, не сакам повеќе. 0
Ny-- n-- s---- p--------. Nye, nye sakam povyekjye.
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But another ice cream. Но с---- у--- е--- с-------. Но сакам уште еден сладолед. 0
No s---- o------ y----- s--------. No sakam ooshtye yedyen sladolyed.
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Have you lived here long? Жи---- л- в--- д---- о---? Живееш ли веќе долго овде? 0
ʐi------- l- v------ d----- o----? ʐivyeyesh li vyekjye dolguo ovdye?
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No, only for a month. Не- ш------ е--- м----. Не, штотуку еден месец. 0
Ny-- s--------- y----- m-------. Nye, shtotookoo yedyen myesyetz.
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But I already know a lot of people. Но п------- в--- м---- л---. Но познавам веќе многу луѓе. 0
No p------- v------ m------ l-----. No poznavam vyekjye mnoguoo looѓye.
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Are you driving home tomorrow? Па----- л- у--- н---- д---? Патуваш ли утре накај дома? 0
Pa------- l- o----- n---- d---? Patoovash li ootrye nakaј doma?
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No, only on the weekend. Не- д--- з- в-------. Не, дури за викендот. 0
Ny-- d---- z- v--------. Nye, doori za vikyendot.
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But I will be back on Sunday. Но с- в----- в--- в- н-----. Но се враќам веќе во недела. 0
No s-- v------ v------ v- n-------. No sye vrakjam vyekjye vo nyedyela.
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Is your daughter an adult? Да-- т------ ќ---- е в--- в-------? Дали твојата ќерка е веќе возрасна? 0
Da-- t------ k------ y- v------ v-------? Dali tvoјata kjyerka ye vyekjye vozrasna?
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No, she is only seventeen. Не- т-- е ш------ с----------. Не, таа е штотуку седумнаесет. 0
Ny-- t-- y- s--------- s--------------. Nye, taa ye shtotookoo syedoomnayesyet.
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But she already has a boyfriend. Но т-- в--- и-- д----. Но таа веќе има дечко. 0
No t-- v------ i-- d------. No taa vyekjye ima dyechko.
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