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Modaliniai veiksmažodžiai praeityje 1

87 [eighty-seven]

Past tense of modal verbs 1

Past tense of modal verbs 1

87 [aštuoniasdešimt septyni]


Modaliniai veiksmažodžiai praeityje 1

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We had to water the flowers. Me- t------- p--------- g----. Mes turėjome palaistyti gėles. 0 +
We had to clean the apartment. Me- t------- s--------- b---. Mes turėjome sutvarkyti butą. 0 +
We had to wash the dishes. Me- t------- s------- i----. Mes turėjome suplauti indus. 0 +
Did you have to pay the bill? Ar (j--) t------- a------- s-------? Ar (jūs) turėjote apmokėti sąskaitą? 0 +
Did you have to pay an entrance fee? Ar (j--) t------- m----- u- į-----? Ar (jūs) turėjote mokėti už įėjimą? 0 +
Did you have to pay a fine? Ar (j--) t------- s------- b----? Ar (jūs) turėjote sumokėti baudą? 0 +
Who had to say goodbye? Ka- t----- a------------? Kas turėjo atsisveikinti? 0 +
Who had to go home early? Ka- t----- a----- e--- n---? Kas turėjo anksti eiti namo? 0 +
Who had to take the train? Ka- t----- v------- t--------? Kas turėjo važiuoti traukiniu? 0 +
We did not want to stay long. (M--) n--------- i---- b---. (Mes) nenorėjome ilgai būti. 0 +
We did not want to drink anything. (M--) n--------- n---- g----. (Mes) nenorėjome nieko gerti. 0 +
We did not want to disturb you. (M--) n--------- t-------. (Mes) nenorėjome trukdyti. 0 +
I just wanted to make a call. (A-) k--- t-- n------ p----------. (Aš) kaip tik norėjau paskambinti. 0 +
I just wanted to call a taxi. (A-) n------ i-------- t----. (Aš) norėjau iškviesti taksi. 0 +
Actually I wanted to drive home. (A-) n------ v------- n---. (Aš) norėjau važiuoti namo. 0 +
I thought you wanted to call your wife. (A-) m------ t- n------ p---------- s--- ž-----. (Aš) maniau, tu norėjai paskambinti savo žmonai. 0 +
I thought you wanted to call information. (A-) m------ t- n------ p---------- į i----------. (Aš) maniau, tu norėjai paskambinti į informaciją. 0 +
I thought you wanted to order a pizza. (A-) m------ t- n------ u--------- p---. (Aš) maniau, tu norėjai užsisakyti picą. 0 +

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