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en to want something   »   be нечага жадаць

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

71 [семдзесят адзін]

71 [semdzesyat adzіn]

нечага жадаць

[nechaga zhadats’]

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What do you want to do? Ча-- в- ж------? Чаго вы жадаеце? 0
Ch--- v- z--------?Chago vy zhadaetse?
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Жа----- з------ у ф-----? Жадаеце згуляць у футбол? 0
Zh------- z-------- u f-----?Zhadaetse zgulyats’ u futbol?
Do you want to visit friends? Жа----- н------- с-----? Жадаеце наведаць сяброў? 0
Zh------- n-------- s------?Zhadaetse navedats’ syabrou?
to want ха---ь хацець 0
kh------’khatsets’
I don’t want to arrive late. Я н- х--- п---- п---------. Я не хачу позна прыходзіць. 0
Ya n- k----- p---- p-----------.Ya ne khachu pozna prykhodzіts’.
I don’t want to go there. Я н- х--- т--- і---. Я не хачу туды ісці. 0
Ya n- k----- t--- і----.Ya ne khachu tudy іstsі.
I want to go home. Я х--- п----- д-----. Я хачу пайсці дадому. 0
Ya k----- p------ d-----.Ya khachu paystsі dadomu.
I want to stay at home. Я х--- з------- д---. Я хачу застацца дома. 0
Ya k----- z--------- d---.Ya khachu zastatstsa doma.
I want to be alone. Я ж---- з------- а----. Я жадаю застацца адзін. 0
Ya z------ z--------- a----.Ya zhadayu zastatstsa adzіn.
Do you want to stay here? Ты х---- з------- т--? Ты хочаш застацца тут? 0
Ty k------- z--------- t--?Ty khochash zastatstsa tut?
Do you want to eat here? Ты х---- т-- п-----? Ты хочаш тут паесці? 0
Ty k------- t-- p------?Ty khochash tut paestsі?
Do you want to sleep here? Ты х---- с---- т--? Ты хочаш спаць тут? 0
Ty k------- s----- t--?Ty khochash spats’ tut?
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Вы х----- з----- а-------? Вы хочаце заўтра ад’ехаць? 0
Vy k-------- z----- a---------?Vy khochatse zautra ad'ekhats’?
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Вы х----- з------- д- з-----? Вы хочаце застацца да заўтра? 0
Vy k-------- z--------- d- z-----?Vy khochatse zastatstsa da zautra?
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Вы х----- а------- р------ т----- з-----? Вы хочаце аплаціць рахунак толькі заўтра? 0
Vy k-------- a--------- r------- t----- z-----?Vy khochatse aplatsіts’ rakhunak tol’kі zautra?
Do you want to go to the disco? Хо---- н- д--------? Хочаце на дыскатэку? 0
Kh------- n- d--------?Khochatse na dyskateku?
Do you want to go to the cinema? Хо---- ў к---? Хочаце ў кіно? 0
Kh------- u k---?Khochatse u kіno?
Do you want to go to a café? Хо---- ў к------? Хочаце ў кавярню? 0
Kh------- u k--------?Khochatse u kavyarnyu?

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