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en to want something   »   mk нешто сака

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

71 [седумдесет и еден]

71 [syedoomdyesyet i yedyen]

нешто сака

[nyeshto saka]

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What do you want to do? Шт- с-----? Што сакате? 0
Sh-- s------?Shto sakatye?
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Са---- л- д- и----- ф-----? Сакате ли да играте фудбал? 0
Sa----- l- d- i------- f------?Sakatye li da iguratye foodbal?
Do you want to visit friends? Са---- л- д- с- г- п------- п--------? Сакате ли да си ги посетите пријатели? 0
Sa----- l- d- s- g-- p--------- p---------?Sakatye li da si gui posyetitye priјatyeli?
to want са-а сака 0
sa-asaka
I don’t want to arrive late. Не с---- д- з-------. Не сакам да задоцнам. 0
Ny- s---- d- z--------.Nye sakam da zadotznam.
I don’t want to go there. Не с---- д- о--- т---. Не сакам да одам таму. 0
Ny- s---- d- o--- t----.Nye sakam da odam tamoo.
I want to go home. Са--- д- с- о--- д---. Сакам да си одам дома. 0
Sa--- d- s- o--- d---.Sakam da si odam doma.
I want to stay at home. Са--- д- о------ д---. Сакам да останам дома. 0
Sa--- d- o------ d---.Sakam da ostanam doma.
I want to be alone. Са--- д- б---- с-- / с---. Сакам да бидам сам / сама. 0
Sa--- d- b---- s-- / s---.Sakam da bidam sam / sama.
Do you want to stay here? Са--- л- д- о------ о---? Сакаш ли да останеш овде? 0
Sa---- l- d- o-------- o----?Sakash li da ostanyesh ovdye?
Do you want to eat here? Са--- л- д- ј---- о---? Сакаш ли да јадеш овде? 0
Sa---- l- d- ј------ o----?Sakash li da јadyesh ovdye?
Do you want to sleep here? Са--- л- д- с---- о---? Сакаш ли да спиеш овде? 0
Sa---- l- d- s------ o----?Sakash li da spiyesh ovdye?
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Са---- л- д- т------ у---? Сакате ли да тргнете утре? 0
Sa----- l- d- t--------- o-----?Sakatye li da trgunyetye ootrye?
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Са---- л- д- о------- д- у---? Сакате ли да останете до утре? 0
Sa----- l- d- o--------- d- o-----?Sakatye li da ostanyetye do ootrye?
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Са---- л- с------- д- ј- п------ у---? Сакате ли сметката да ја платите утре? 0
Sa----- l- s-------- d- ј- p------- o-----?Sakatye li smyetkata da јa platitye ootrye?
Do you want to go to the disco? Са---- л- в- д----? Сакате ли во диско? 0
Sa----- l- v- d----?Sakatye li vo disko?
Do you want to go to the cinema? Са---- л- в- к---? Сакате ли во кино? 0
Sa----- l- v- k---?Sakatye li vo kino?
Do you want to go to a café? Са---- л- в- к-----? Сакате ли во кафуле? 0
Sa----- l- v- k-------?Sakatye li vo kafoolye?

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