en To want something   »   et midagi tahtma

71 [seventy-one]

To want something

To want something

71 [seitsekümmend üks]

midagi tahtma

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What do you want to do? M-da--e --ha--? M___ t_ t______ M-d- t- t-h-t-? --------------- Mida te tahate? 0
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? T-ha-- t- ja-g-alli-män--da? T_____ t_ j________ m_______ T-h-t- t- j-l-p-l-i m-n-i-a- ---------------------------- Tahate te jalgpalli mängida? 0
Do you want to visit friends? T-ha-e -e----r- -ü-a-t-da? T_____ t_ s____ k_________ T-h-t- t- s-p-u k-l-s-a-a- -------------------------- Tahate te sõpru külastada? 0
to want ta---a t_____ t-h-m- ------ tahtma 0
I don’t want to arrive late. Ma-ei-t-h----lj--- --ä--. M_ e_ t___ h______ j_____ M- e- t-h- h-l-a-s j-ä-a- ------------------------- Ma ei taha hiljaks jääda. 0
I don’t want to go there. M- ----ah----n-- mi--a. M_ e_ t___ s____ m_____ M- e- t-h- s-n-a m-n-a- ----------------------- Ma ei taha sinna minna. 0
I want to go home. M- t-h-n -------n--. M_ t____ k___ m_____ M- t-h-n k-j- m-n-a- -------------------- Ma tahan koju minna. 0
I want to stay at home. M--t---- -oju -ääda. M_ t____ k___ j_____ M- t-h-n k-j- j-ä-a- -------------------- Ma tahan koju jääda. 0
I want to be alone. M- -ahan-ük-i-ol--. M_ t____ ü___ o____ M- t-h-n ü-s- o-l-. ------------------- Ma tahan üksi olla. 0
Do you want to stay here? Ta--d-s----ia-j---a? T____ s_ s___ j_____ T-h-d s- s-i- j-ä-a- -------------------- Tahad sa siia jääda? 0
Do you want to eat here? T-h-d-sa-s-in -ü--? T____ s_ s___ s____ T-h-d s- s-i- s-ü-? ------------------- Tahad sa siin süüa? 0
Do you want to sleep here? Ta--- sa--i-- --gada? T____ s_ s___ m______ T-h-d s- s-i- m-g-d-? --------------------- Tahad sa siin magada? 0
Do you want to leave tomorrow? T-ha-- -e---mme är----ita? T_____ t_ h____ ä__ s_____ T-h-t- t- h-m-e ä-a s-i-a- -------------------------- Tahate te homme ära sõita? 0
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? T-h-t- ------sen- jä-da? T_____ t_ h______ j_____ T-h-t- t- h-m-e-i j-ä-a- ------------------------ Tahate te homseni jääda? 0
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Ta--te--e -r----ll---h---e m--st-? T_____ t_ a___ a____ h____ m______ T-h-t- t- a-v- a-l-s h-m-e m-k-t-? ---------------------------------- Tahate te arve alles homme maksta? 0
Do you want to go to the disco? T-hate-t- -isko-- mi--a? T_____ t_ d______ m_____ T-h-t- t- d-s-o-e m-n-a- ------------------------ Tahate te diskole minna? 0
Do you want to go to the cinema? Taha-e te---nno? T_____ t_ k_____ T-h-t- t- k-n-o- ---------------- Tahate te kinno? 0
Do you want to go to a café? T-hat---e koh-ikus--? T_____ t_ k__________ T-h-t- t- k-h-i-u-s-? --------------------- Tahate te kohvikusse? 0

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