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87 [eighty-seven]

Past tense of modal verbs 1

Past tense of modal verbs 1

87 [kaheksakümmend seitse]

Rõhumäärsõnade minevik 1

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We had to water the flowers. Me-pidi-e-li-li--astma. Me pidime lilli kastma. M- p-d-m- l-l-i k-s-m-. ----------------------- Me pidime lilli kastma. 0
We had to clean the apartment. Me -idime-kor-er--ära---------a. Me pidime korteri ära koristama. M- p-d-m- k-r-e-i ä-a k-r-s-a-a- -------------------------------- Me pidime korteri ära koristama. 0
We had to wash the dishes. M--pi-i----õud--ra p-s--a. Me pidime nõud ära pesema. M- p-d-m- n-u- ä-a p-s-m-. -------------------------- Me pidime nõud ära pesema. 0
Did you have to pay the bill? P-d--e ----r-- är----k--a? Pidite te arve ära maksma? P-d-t- t- a-v- ä-a m-k-m-? -------------------------- Pidite te arve ära maksma? 0
Did you have to pay an entrance fee? Pi-i-- ----is---------e-t-ma-s--? Pidite te sissepääsu eest maksma? P-d-t- t- s-s-e-ä-s- e-s- m-k-m-? --------------------------------- Pidite te sissepääsu eest maksma? 0
Did you have to pay a fine? Pi--t- -----ah-- m----a? Pidite te trahvi maksma? P-d-t- t- t-a-v- m-k-m-? ------------------------ Pidite te trahvi maksma? 0
Who had to say goodbye? K-s--i-i-la--u--? Kes pidi lahkuma? K-s p-d- l-h-u-a- ----------------- Kes pidi lahkuma? 0
Who had to go home early? K-s pi-i vara k--- -i--ma? Kes pidi vara koju minema? K-s p-d- v-r- k-j- m-n-m-? -------------------------- Kes pidi vara koju minema? 0
Who had to take the train? Ke--pidi r-ngiga-m--em-? Kes pidi rongiga minema? K-s p-d- r-n-i-a m-n-m-? ------------------------ Kes pidi rongiga minema? 0
We did not want to stay long. M- e--t--tn-- -a---s jä-da. Me ei tahtnud kauaks jääda. M- e- t-h-n-d k-u-k- j-ä-a- --------------------------- Me ei tahtnud kauaks jääda. 0
We did not want to drink anything. Me ei t--tnud --dagi -uua. Me ei tahtnud midagi juua. M- e- t-h-n-d m-d-g- j-u-. -------------------------- Me ei tahtnud midagi juua. 0
We did not want to disturb you. M-----t--t-ud --g--a. Me ei tahtnud segada. M- e- t-h-n-d s-g-d-. --------------------- Me ei tahtnud segada. 0
I just wanted to make a call. Ma tah---n v--d ------ad-. Ma tahtsin vaid helistada. M- t-h-s-n v-i- h-l-s-a-a- -------------------------- Ma tahtsin vaid helistada. 0
I just wanted to call a taxi. M- ta----n -a-so --l-i-a. Ma tahtsin takso tellida. M- t-h-s-n t-k-o t-l-i-a- ------------------------- Ma tahtsin takso tellida. 0
Actually I wanted to drive home. Ma nime-t---ht-in koj----i-a. Ma nimelt tahtsin koju sõita. M- n-m-l- t-h-s-n k-j- s-i-a- ----------------------------- Ma nimelt tahtsin koju sõita. 0
I thought you wanted to call your wife. M- m--le-in,-e-----t-ht-id o-a n-i---- ---ist--a. Ma mõtlesin, et sa tahtsid oma naisele helistada. M- m-t-e-i-, e- s- t-h-s-d o-a n-i-e-e h-l-s-a-a- ------------------------------------------------- Ma mõtlesin, et sa tahtsid oma naisele helistada. 0
I thought you wanted to call information. Ma-mõ----in- -t--a-ta-t--- infon-m-ri----eli-ta--. Ma mõtlesin, et sa tahtsid infonumbrile helistada. M- m-t-e-i-, e- s- t-h-s-d i-f-n-m-r-l- h-l-s-a-a- -------------------------------------------------- Ma mõtlesin, et sa tahtsid infonumbrile helistada. 0
I thought you wanted to order a pizza. M----tl--i-------a tah--id --t-at-----ida. Ma mõtlesin, et sa tahtsid pitsat tellida. M- m-t-e-i-, e- s- t-h-s-d p-t-a- t-l-i-a- ------------------------------------------ Ma mõtlesin, et sa tahtsid pitsat tellida. 0

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