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Past tense 2

Past tense 2

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Is-tempo 2

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Did you have to call an ambulance? Ĉ--v- --vis -oki---bul--c-n? Ĉ_ v_ d____ v___ a__________ Ĉ- v- d-v-s v-k- a-b-l-n-o-? ---------------------------- Ĉu vi devis voki ambulancon? 0
Did you have to call the doctor? Ĉ---i -evi------ -u--------? Ĉ_ v_ d____ v___ k__________ Ĉ- v- d-v-s v-k- k-r-c-s-o-? ---------------------------- Ĉu vi devis voki kuraciston? 0
Did you have to call the police? Ĉ--v- -e--s v-ki--a--ol---n? Ĉ_ v_ d____ v___ l_ p_______ Ĉ- v- d-v-s v-k- l- p-l-c-n- ---------------------------- Ĉu vi devis voki la policon? 0
Do you have the telephone number? I had it just now. Ĉ--vi --v-s -a ---e--nn-m-ro-?--i-ĵ--e h-v-- ---. Ĉ_ v_ h____ l_ t______________ M_ ĵ___ h____ ĝ___ Ĉ- v- h-v-s l- t-l-f-n-u-e-o-? M- ĵ-s- h-v-s ĝ-n- ------------------------------------------------- Ĉu vi havas la telefonnumeron? Mi ĵuse havis ĝin. 0
Do you have the address? I had it just now. Ĉu-v--ha-----a--dre---- M-----e ---is-ĝ-n. Ĉ_ v_ h____ l_ a_______ M_ ĵ___ h____ ĝ___ Ĉ- v- h-v-s l- a-r-s-n- M- ĵ-s- h-v-s ĝ-n- ------------------------------------------ Ĉu vi havas la adreson? Mi ĵuse havis ĝin. 0
Do you have the city map? I had it just now. Ĉu v----vas--------m----? -i -use--a--s-ĝi-. Ĉ_ v_ h____ l_ u_________ M_ ĵ___ h____ ĝ___ Ĉ- v- h-v-s l- u-b-m-p-n- M- ĵ-s- h-v-s ĝ-n- -------------------------------------------- Ĉu vi havas la urbomapon? Mi ĵuse havis ĝin. 0
Did he come on time? He could not come on time. Ĉu li --nis -kura----Li-ne--ov-s veni a--r-te. Ĉ_ l_ v____ a_______ L_ n_ p____ v___ a_______ Ĉ- l- v-n-s a-u-a-e- L- n- p-v-s v-n- a-u-a-e- ---------------------------------------------- Ĉu li venis akurate? Li ne povis veni akurate. 0
Did he find the way? He could not find the way. Ĉu li tr-v---l--vojon? -i-----o-i----o-i -a---j--. Ĉ_ l_ t_____ l_ v_____ L_ n_ p____ t____ l_ v_____ Ĉ- l- t-o-i- l- v-j-n- L- n- p-v-s t-o-i l- v-j-n- -------------------------------------------------- Ĉu li trovis la vojon? Li ne povis trovi la vojon. 0
Did he understand you? He could not understand me. Ĉu l- ---p-en-- -i---Li--e p-v-- -o-pr-n--m--. Ĉ_ l_ k________ v___ L_ n_ p____ k_______ m___ Ĉ- l- k-m-r-n-s v-n- L- n- p-v-s k-m-r-n- m-n- ---------------------------------------------- Ĉu li komprenis vin? Li ne povis kompreni min. 0
Why could you not come on time? K----vi--- -o-i---en- ---rat-? K___ v_ n_ p____ v___ a_______ K-a- v- n- p-v-s v-n- a-u-a-e- ------------------------------ Kial vi ne povis veni akurate? 0
Why could you not find the way? K-a- -i -- p-v-s tr----l---o---? K___ v_ n_ p____ t____ l_ v_____ K-a- v- n- p-v-s t-o-i l- v-j-n- -------------------------------- Kial vi ne povis trovi la vojon? 0
Why could you not understand him? K--- vi--e--ovi--k-mp-eni l-n? K___ v_ n_ p____ k_______ l___ K-a- v- n- p-v-s k-m-r-n- l-n- ------------------------------ Kial vi ne povis kompreni lin? 0
I could not come on time because there were no buses. M- -e--------eni--k-r-te --- --n-u --so -r-fi--s. M_ n_ p____ v___ a______ ĉ__ n____ b___ t________ M- n- p-v-s v-n- a-u-a-e ĉ-r n-n-u b-s- t-a-i-i-. ------------------------------------------------- Mi ne povis veni akurate ĉar neniu buso trafikis. 0
I could not find the way because I had no city map. M--ne t-ov-s------j-n-ĉa- -- -- h-vi--urbom-pon. M_ n_ t_____ l_ v____ ĉ__ m_ n_ h____ u_________ M- n- t-o-i- l- v-j-n ĉ-r m- n- h-v-s u-b-m-p-n- ------------------------------------------------ Mi ne trovis la vojon ĉar mi ne havis urbomapon. 0
I could not understand him because the music was so loud. M---------s k---ren- --n -ar--a m--i-o ----- -----a---. M_ n_ p____ k_______ l__ ĉ__ l_ m_____ e____ t__ l_____ M- n- p-v-s k-m-r-n- l-n ĉ-r l- m-z-k- e-t-s t-o l-ŭ-a- ------------------------------------------------------- Mi ne povis kompreni lin ĉar la muziko estis tro laŭta. 0
I had to take a taxi. M- --vi- --eni-t-k---n. M_ d____ p____ t_______ M- d-v-s p-e-i t-k-i-n- ----------------------- Mi devis preni taksion. 0
I had to buy a city map. Mi d---- aĉ-ti---b--apon. M_ d____ a____ u_________ M- d-v-s a-e-i u-b-m-p-n- ------------------------- Mi devis aĉeti urbomapon. 0
I had to switch off the radio. M- d--is ma---lti la----iri---i---. M_ d____ m_______ l_ r_____________ M- d-v-s m-l-a-t- l- r-d-r-c-v-l-n- ----------------------------------- Mi devis malŝalti la radiricevilon. 0

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