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Jungtukai 2

95 [ninety-five]

Conjunctions 2

Conjunctions 2

95 [devyniasdešimt penki]


Jungtukai 2

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Since when is she no longer working? Nu- k--- j- n--------? Nuo kada ji nebedirba? 0 +
Since her marriage? Nu- s--- v-------? Nuo savo vestuvių? 0 +
Yes, she is no longer working since she got married. Ji n-------- n-- t---- k-- i-------. Ji nebedirba nuo tada, kai ištekėjo. 0 +
Since she got married, she’s no longer working. Nu- t-- k-- i-------- j- n--------. Nuo to, kai ištekėjo, ji nebedirba. 0 +
Since they have met each other, they are happy. Nu- t---- k-- j-- v----- k--- p------- j-- y-- l-------. Nuo tada, kai jie vienas kitą pažįsta, jie yra laimingi. 0 +
Since they have had children, they rarely go out. Nu- t---- k-- j-- t--- v----- i---- j-- t-- r----------. Nuo tada, kai jie turi vaikų, išena jie tik retkarčiais. 0 +
When does she call? Ka-- j- s-------? Kada ji skambins? 0 +
When driving? Ke------ m---? Kelionės metu? 0 +
Yes, when she is driving. Ta--- k-- v------ / v--------- a----------. Taip, kai važiuos / važiuodama automobiliu. 0 +
She calls while she drives. Ji s-------- k-- v------ / v--------- a----------. Ji skambins, kai važiuos / važiuodama automobiliu. 0 +
She watches TV while she irons. Ji ž---- t---------- l-------- /, k-- l-----. Ji žiūri televizorių lygindama /, kai lygina. 0 +
She listens to music while she does her work. Ru------ p------- j- k------- m------. Ruošdama pamokas, ji klausosi muzikos. 0 +
I can’t see anything when I don’t have glasses. (A-) n---- n------- k-- / j-- n------ a-----. (Aš) nieko nematau, kai / jei neturiu akinių. 0 +
I can’t understand anything when the music is so loud. (A-) n---- n---------- k-- / j-- t--- g------ g---- m-----. (Aš) nieko nesuprantu, kai / jei taip garsiai groja muzika. 0 +
I can’t smell anything when I have a cold. (A-) n---- n---------- k-- / j-- / t---- s---- / s-------. (Aš) nieko neužuodžiu, kai / jei / turiu slogą / sloguoju. 0 +
We’ll take a taxi if it rains. (M--) v--------- t----- j-- l--. (Mes) važiuosime taksi, jei lis. 0 +
We’ll travel around the world if we win the lottery. (M--) k--------- a----- p------- j-- l-------- l---------. (Mes) keliausime aplink pasaulį, jei laimėsime loterijoje. 0 +
We’ll start eating if he doesn’t come soon. (M--) p------- v------- j-- j-- g---- n-------. (Mes) pradėsim valgyti, jei jis greit nepareis. 0 +

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