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nešto htjeti

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

71 [sedamdeset i jedan]

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nešto htjeti

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What do you want to do? Št- ž-----? Što želite? 0 +
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Ho---- l- i----- n------? Hoćete li igrati nogomet? 0 +
Do you want to visit friends? Ho---- l- p-------- p---------? Hoćete li posjetiti prijatelje? 0 +
     
to want ht---i htjeti 0 +
I don’t want to arrive late. Ne ž---- z--------. Ne želim zakasniti. 0 +
I don’t want to go there. Ne ž---- i-- t---. Ne želim ići tamo. 0 +
     
I want to go home. Ho-- i-- k---. Hoću ići kući. 0 +
I want to stay at home. Ho-- o----- k-- k---. Hoću ostati kod kuće. 0 +
I want to be alone. Ho-- b--- s-- / s---. Hoću biti sam / sama. 0 +
     
Do you want to stay here? Ho--- l- o---- o-----? Hoćeš li ovdje ostati? 0 +
Do you want to eat here? Ho--- l- o---- j----? Hoćeš li ovdje jesti? 0 +
Do you want to sleep here? Ho--- l- o---- s------? Hoćeš li ovdje spavati? 0 +
     
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Ho---- l- s---- o---------? Hoćete li sutra otputovati? 0 +
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Ho---- l- o----- d- s----? Hoćete li ostati do sutra? 0 +
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Ho---- l- r---- p------ t-- s----? Hoćete li račun platiti tek sutra? 0 +
     
Do you want to go to the disco? Ho---- l- u d----? Hoćete li u disko? 0 +
Do you want to go to the cinema? Ho---- l- u k---? Hoćete li u kino? 0 +
Do you want to go to a café? Ho---- l- u k----? Hoćete li u kafić? 0 +
     

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