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en to want something   »   lv kaut ko gribēt

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

71 [septiņdesmit viens]

kaut ko gribēt

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What do you want to do? K----s g-iba-? K- j-- g------ K- j-s g-i-a-? -------------- Ko jūs gribat? 0
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? V----ū- g---at spē----f--bo-u? V-- j-- g----- s----- f------- V-i j-s g-i-a- s-ē-ē- f-t-o-u- ------------------------------ Vai jūs gribat spēlēt futbolu? 0
Do you want to visit friends? Vai-j---g--b---a------t dr-u-us? V-- j-- g----- a------- d------- V-i j-s g-i-a- a-c-e-o- d-a-g-s- -------------------------------- Vai jūs gribat apciemot draugus? 0
to want gr--ēt g----- g-i-ē- ------ gribēt 0
I don’t want to arrive late. E---egribu-atn--t --lu. E- n------ a----- v---- E- n-g-i-u a-n-k- v-l-. ----------------------- Es negribu atnākt vēlu. 0
I don’t want to go there. Es-n-g-i-- ---p -et. E- n------ t--- i--- E- n-g-i-u t-r- i-t- -------------------- Es negribu turp iet. 0
I want to go home. E--------i-- māj--. E- g---- i-- m----- E- g-i-u i-t m-j-s- ------------------- Es gribu iet mājās. 0
I want to stay at home. E- -r--u--al-k---ājās. E- g---- p----- m----- E- g-i-u p-l-k- m-j-s- ---------------------- Es gribu palikt mājās. 0
I want to be alone. E- gri-u--ū--v-ena. E- g---- b-- v----- E- g-i-u b-t v-e-a- ------------------- Es gribu būt viena. 0
Do you want to stay here? V-i -u g--b- -al--t---i-? V-- t- g---- p----- š---- V-i t- g-i-i p-l-k- š-i-? ------------------------- Vai tu gribi palikt šeit? 0
Do you want to eat here? Vai tu -ribi š-------? V-- t- g---- š--- ē--- V-i t- g-i-i š-i- ē-t- ---------------------- Vai tu gribi šeit ēst? 0
Do you want to sleep here? Vai -u g-ib---e-t-gulēt? V-- t- g---- š--- g----- V-i t- g-i-i š-i- g-l-t- ------------------------ Vai tu gribi šeit gulēt? 0
Do you want to leave tomorrow? V-i-Jūs -r-b-t--i-br-u-t-rī-? V-- J-- g----- a-------- r--- V-i J-s g-i-a- a-z-r-u-t r-t- ----------------------------- Vai Jūs gribat aizbraukt rīt? 0
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? V-i-J-s gr--a- -a---t-l-dz--ī-d-en-i? V-- J-- g----- p----- l--- r--------- V-i J-s g-i-a- p-l-k- l-d- r-t-i-n-i- ------------------------------------- Vai Jūs gribat palikt līdz rītdienai? 0
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? V-i -ūs -ri-a- ---a--ā- ----n- ---ai rī-? V-- J-- g----- s------- r----- t---- r--- V-i J-s g-i-a- s-m-k-ā- r-ķ-n- t-k-i r-t- ----------------------------------------- Vai Jūs gribat samaksāt rēķinu tikai rīt? 0
Do you want to go to the disco? V-i---s----ba---e--u- ---kotēk-? V-- j-- g----- i-- u- d--------- V-i j-s g-i-a- i-t u- d-s-o-ē-u- -------------------------------- Vai jūs gribat iet uz diskotēku? 0
Do you want to go to the cinema? V-----s g---at ie- uz--ino? V-- j-- g----- i-- u- k---- V-i j-s g-i-a- i-t u- k-n-? --------------------------- Vai jūs gribat iet uz kino? 0
Do you want to go to a café? V-- -ū--gr-bat-ie---z k------c-? V-- j-- g----- i-- u- k--------- V-i j-s g-i-a- i-t u- k-f-j-ī-u- -------------------------------- Vai jūs gribat iet uz kafejnīcu? 0

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