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to have to do something / must   »  
нешто морати

72 [seventy-two]

to have to do something / must

to have to do something / must

72 [седамдесет и два]

72 [sedamdeset i dva]

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нешто морати

[nešto morati]

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must мо---и морати 0
mo---i morati
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I must post the letter. Ја м---- п------ п----. Ја морам послати писмо. 0
Ja m---- p------ p----. Ja moram poslati pismo.
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I must pay the hotel. Ја м---- п------ х----. Ја морам платити хотел. 0
Ja m---- p------ h----. Ja moram platiti hotel.
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You must get up early. Ти м---- р--- у-----. Ти мораш рано устати. 0
Ti m---- r--- u-----. Ti moraš rano ustati.
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You must work a lot. Ти м---- п--- р-----. Ти мораш пуно радити. 0
Ti m---- p--- r-----. Ti moraš puno raditi.
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You must be punctual. Ти м---- б--- т---- / т----. Ти мораш бити тачан / тачнa. 0
Ti m---- b--- t---- / t----. Ti moraš biti tačan / tačna.
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He must fuel / get petrol / get gas (am.). Он м--- н------- р--------. Он мора напунити резервоар. 0
On m--- n------- r--------. On mora napuniti rezervoar.
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He must repair the car. Он м--- п-------- а---. Он мора поправити ауто. 0
On m--- p-------- a---. On mora popraviti auto.
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He must wash the car. Он м--- o----- а---. Он мора oпрати ауто. 0
On m--- o----- a---. On mora oprati auto.
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She must shop. Он- м--- к-------. Она мора куповати. 0
On- m--- k-------. Ona mora kupovati.
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She must clean the apartment. Он- м--- ч------ с---. Она мора чистити стан. 0
On- m--- č------ s---. Ona mora čistiti stan.
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She must wash the clothes. Он- м--- п---- в--. Она мора прати веш. 0
On- m--- p---- v--. Ona mora prati veš.
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We must go to school at once. Ми м----- о---- и-- у ш----. Ми морамо одмах ићи у школу. 0
Mi m----- o---- i--- u š----. Mi moramo odmah ići u školu.
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We must go to work at once. Ми м----- о---- и-- н- п----. Ми морамо одмах ићи на посао. 0
Mi m----- o---- i--- n- p----. Mi moramo odmah ići na posao.
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We must go to the doctor at once. Ми м----- о---- и-- л-----. Ми морамо одмах ићи лекару. 0
Mi m----- o---- i--- l-----. Mi moramo odmah ići lekaru.
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You must wait for the bus. Ви м----- ч----- а------. Ви морате чекати аутобус. 0
Vi m----- č----- a------. Vi morate čekati autobus.
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You must wait for the train. Ви м----- ч----- в--. Ви морате чекати воз. 0
Vi m----- č----- v--. Vi morate čekati voz.
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You must wait for the taxi. Ви м----- ч----- т----. Ви морате чекати такси. 0
Vi m----- č----- t----. Vi morate čekati taksi.
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