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Spojky 1

94 [ninety-four]

Conjunctions 1

Conjunctions 1

94 [devadesát čtyři]


Spojky 1

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Wait until the rain stops. Po----- a- p------- p----. Počkej, až přestane pršet. 0 +
Wait until I’m finished. Po----- a- b--- h---- / h-----. Počkej, až budu hotov / hotová. 0 +
Wait until he comes back. Po----- a- p----- z-----. Počkej, až přijde zpátky. 0 +
I’ll wait until my hair is dry. Če---- a- m- u------ v----. Čekám, až mi uschnou vlasy. 0 +
I’ll wait until the film is over. Če---- a- t-- f--- s-----. Čekám, až ten film skončí. 0 +
I’ll wait until the traffic light is green. Če---- a- b--- n- s------- z-----. Čekám, až bude na semaforu zelená. 0 +
When do you go on holiday? Kd- p------ n- d--------? Kdy pojedeš na dovolenou? 0 +
Before the summer holidays? Je--- p--- l------ p----------? Ještě před letními prázdninami? 0 +
Yes, before the summer holidays begin. An-- j---- n-- z----- l---- p--------. Ano, ještě než začnou letní prázdniny. 0 +
Repair the roof before the winter begins. Op--- t- s------- n-- z---- z---. Oprav tu střechu, než začne zima. 0 +
Wash your hands before you sit at the table. Um-- s- r---- n-- s- s----- k- s----. Umyj si ruce, než si sedneš ke stolu. 0 +
Close the window before you go out. Za--- o---- n-- p----- v--. Zavři okno, než půjdeš ven. 0 +
When will you come home? Kd- p------ d---? Kdy přijdeš domů? 0 +
After class? Po v--------? Po vyučování? 0 +
Yes, after the class is over. An-- p---- c- s----- v--------. Ano, poté, co skončí vyučování. 0 +
After he had an accident, he could not work anymore. Po--- c- s- m- s--- ú---- u- n----- p-------. Poté, co se mu stal úraz, už nemohl pracovat. 0 +
After he had lost his job, he went to America. Po--- c- p----- o p----- o----- d- A------. Poté, co přišel o práci, odešel do Ameriky. 0 +
After he went to America, he became rich. Po--- c- o----- d- A------- z--------. Poté, co odešel do Ameriky, zbohatnul. 0 +

How to learn two languages at once

Foreign languages are becoming increasingly important today. Many people are learning a foreign language. There are, however, many interesting languages in the world. Therefore, many people learn multiple languages at the same time. It's typically not a problem if children grow up bilingual. Their brain learns both languages automatically. When they are older they know what belongs to which language. Bilingual individuals know the typical features of both languages. It's different with adults. They cannot learn two languages simultaneously as easily. Those who learn two languages at once should follow some rules. First, it's important to compare both languages to each other. Languages that belong to the same language family are often very similar. That can lead to mixing them up. Therefore, it makes sense to closely analyze both languages. For example, you can make a list. There you can record the similarities and differences. This way the brain is forced to work with both languages intensively. It can better remember what the particularities of the two languages are. One should also choose separate colors and folders for each language. That helps clearly separate the languages from each other. If a person is learning dissimilar languages, it's different. There is no danger of mixing up two very different languages. In this case, there is danger in comparing the languages with one another! It would be better to compare the languages with one's native language. When the brain recognizes the contrast, it will learn more effectively. It is also important that both languages are learned with equal intensity. However, theoretically it doesn't matter to the brain how many languages it learns…