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82 [eighty-two]

Past tense 2

Past tense 2

82 [tetёdhjetёedy]

E shkuara 2

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Did you have to call an ambulance? A-t- --h-j tё --ёr---je njё-a-----n--? A t- d---- t- t-------- n-- a--------- A t- d-h-j t- t-ё-r-s-e n-ё a-b-l-n-ё- -------------------------------------- A tё duhej tё thёrrisje njё ambulancё? 0
Did you have to call the doctor? A ---duhe- tё---ёrr-sj--mjek-n? A t- d---- t- t-------- m------ A t- d-h-j t- t-ё-r-s-e m-e-u-? ------------------------------- A tё duhej tё thёrrisje mjekun? 0
Did you have to call the police? A--- --hej--- --ё-r--je p--ic---? A t- d---- t- t-------- p-------- A t- d-h-j t- t-ё-r-s-e p-l-c-n-? --------------------------------- A tё duhej tё thёrrisje policinё? 0
Do you have the telephone number? I had it just now. A----eni -um--n -----ef---t?-E--is---------ar---a-. A e k--- n----- e t--------- E k---- d--- p--- p--- A e k-n- n-m-i- e t-l-f-n-t- E k-s-a d-r- p-r- p-k- --------------------------------------------------- A e keni numrin e telefonit? E kisha deri para pak. 0
Do you have the address? I had it just now. A ---en--adr-s--? E-kish- der---a-- p--. A e k--- a------- E k---- d--- p--- p--- A e k-n- a-r-s-n- E k-s-a d-r- p-r- p-k- ---------------------------------------- A e keni adresёn? E kisha deri para pak. 0
Do you have the city map? I had it just now. A-- -e-- --a--n --q--e---? ------- d-ri-pa-- --k. A e k--- p----- e q------- E k---- d--- p--- p--- A e k-n- p-a-i- e q-t-t-t- E k-s-a d-r- p-r- p-k- ------------------------------------------------- A e keni planin e qytetit? E kisha deri para pak. 0
Did he come on time? He could not come on time. A-erdh---ё--o--- Ai n---mund tё-v--te-nё ---ё. A e---- n- k---- A- n-- m--- t- v---- n- k---- A e-d-i n- k-h-? A- n-k m-n- t- v-n-e n- k-h-. ---------------------------------------------- A erdhi nё kohё? Ai nuk mund tё vinte nё kohё. 0
Did he find the way? He could not find the way. A-- --e-i r-ug-n?-Ai-nuk m--d-t- --ente--ru---. A e g---- r------ A- n-- m--- t- g----- r------ A e g-e-i r-u-ё-? A- n-k m-n- t- g-e-t- r-u-ё-. ----------------------------------------------- A e gjeti rrugёn? Ai nuk mund ta gjente rrugёn. 0
Did he understand you? He could not understand me. A--ё-----o- ai-ty? Ai-n----u-- -ё--- -u-----e. A t- k----- a- t-- A- n-- m--- t- m- k-------- A t- k-p-o- a- t-? A- n-k m-n- t- m- k-p-o-t-. ---------------------------------------------- A tё kuptoi ai ty? Ai nuk mund tё mё kuptonte. 0
Why could you not come on time? Ps---u- m--d--t- v-----ё-kohё? P-- n-- m---- t- v--- n- k---- P-e n-k m-n-e t- v-j- n- k-h-? ------------------------------ Pse nuk munde tё vije nё kohё? 0
Why could you not find the way? P-e-nuk --n-e -a ------r-ug-n? P-- n-- m---- t- g---- r------ P-e n-k m-n-e t- g-e-e r-u-ё-? ------------------------------ Pse nuk munde ta gjeje rrugёn? 0
Why could you not understand him? Pse -u--m--de-ta k--t--e-a--? P-- n-- m---- t- k------ a--- P-e n-k m-n-e t- k-p-o-e a-ё- ----------------------------- Pse nuk munde ta kuptoje atё? 0
I could not come on time because there were no buses. Nuk-mun-- ---v-j--n- ----, s-ps- ---is--e --tobus. N-- m---- t- v--- n- k---- s---- s------- a------- N-k m-n-a t- v-j- n- k-h-, s-p-e s-k-s-t- a-t-b-s- -------------------------------------------------- Nuk munda tё vija nё kohё, sepse s’kishte autobus. 0
I could not find the way because I had no city map. Nuk mu-d- t- ----a--rug--,-se--e s’kis-a-p-a---y-e--. N-- m---- t- g---- r------ s---- s------ p--- q------ N-k m-n-a t- g-e-a r-u-ё-, s-p-e s-k-s-a p-a- q-t-t-. ----------------------------------------------------- Nuk munda ta gjeja rrugёn, sepse s’kisha plan qyteti. 0
I could not understand him because the music was so loud. N-- -u--- -a k-p-oja- s---- m-zi-a is-te-e --rtё. N-- m---- t- k------- s---- m----- i---- e l----- N-k m-n-a t- k-p-o-a- s-p-e m-z-k- i-h-e e l-r-ё- ------------------------------------------------- Nuk munda ta kuptoja, sepse muzika ishte e lartё. 0
I had to take a taxi. M’--d-----ё--errja-------k-i. M-- d--- t- m----- n-- t----- M-u d-s- t- m-r-j- n-ё t-k-i- ----------------------------- M’u desh tё merrja njё taksi. 0
I had to buy a city map. M-u -e----ё b-----nj- p--n-q-t--i. M-- d--- t- b---- n-- p--- q------ M-u d-s- t- b-i-a n-ё p-a- q-t-t-. ---------------------------------- M’u desh tё blija njё plan qyteti. 0
I had to switch off the radio. M’- -e-- t- --k-a r--i--. M-- d--- t- f---- r------ M-u d-s- t- f-k-a r-d-o-. ------------------------- M’u desh tё fikja radion. 0

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