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Possessive pronouns 1

Possessive pronouns 1

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Přivlastňovací zájmena 1

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I – my já – m-- / m--- (s--- / s----) já – můj / moje (svůj / svoje) 0 +
I can’t find my key. Ne---- n---- s--- k---. Nemůžu najít svůj klíč. 0 +
I can’t find my ticket. Ne---- n---- s--- j-------. Nemůžu najít svou jízdenku. 0 +
you – your ty – t--- / t---- (s--- / s----) ty – tvůj / tvoje (svůj / svoje) 0 +
Have you found your key? Na--- j-- s--- k---? Našel jsi svůj klíč? 0 +
Have you found your ticket? Na--- j-- s--- j-------? Našel jsi svou jízdenku? 0 +
he – his on – j--- (s--- / s----) on – jeho (svůj / svoje) 0 +
Do you know where his key is? Ne---- k-- j- j--- k---? Nevíš, kde je jeho klíč? 0 +
Do you know where his ticket is? Ne---- k-- j- j--- j-------? Nevíš, kde je jeho jízdenka? 0 +
she – her on- – j--- (s--- / s----) ona – její (svůj / svoje) 0 +
Her money is gone. Je-- p----- j--- p---. Její peníze jsou pryč. 0 +
And her credit card is also gone. A j--- k------- k---- j- t--- p---. A její kreditní karta je také pryč. 0 +
we – our my – n-- / n--- (s--- / s----) my – náš / naše (svůj / svoje) 0 +
Our grandfather is ill. Ná- d------ j- n------. Náš dědeček je nemocný. 0 +
Our grandmother is healthy. Na-- b------ j- z-----. Naše babička je zdravá. 0 +
you – your vy – v-- / v--- (s--- / s----) vy – váš / vaše (svůj / svoje) 0 +
Children, where is your father? Dě--- k-- j- v-- t------? Děti, kde je váš tatínek? 0 +
Children, where is your mother? Dě--- k-- j- v--- m------? Děti, kde je vaše maminka? 0 +

Creative Language

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