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Lidhёzat 2

95 [ninety-five]

Conjunctions 2

Conjunctions 2

95 [nёntёdhjetёepesё]


Lidhёzat 2

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Since when is she no longer working? Pr-- s- k----- a-- n-- p---- m-? Prej sa kohёsh ajo nuk punon mё? 0 +
Since her marriage? Qё p--- m-------? Qё prej martesёs? 0 +
Yes, she is no longer working since she got married. Po- a-- n-- p---- m-- q---- u m-----. Po, ajo nuk punon mё, qёkur u martua. 0 +
Since she got married, she’s no longer working. Qё--- u m------ a-- n-- p---- m-. Qёkur u martua, ajo nuk punon mё. 0 +
Since they have met each other, they are happy. Qё--- n------ a-- j--- t- l-----. Qёkur njihen, ata janё tё lumtur. 0 +
Since they have had children, they rarely go out. Qё--- j--- b--- m- f------ d---- m- r-----. Qёkur janё bёrё me fёmijё, dalin mё rrallё. 0 +
When does she call? Ku- d- t- t--------- a--? Kur do tё telefonojё ajo? 0 +
When driving? Gj--- u--------? Gjatё udhёtimit? 0 +
Yes, when she is driving. Po- k-- n--- m------. Po, kur nget makinёn. 0 +
She calls while she drives. Aj- t--------- k-- n--- m------. Ajo telefonon, kur nget makinёn. 0 +
She watches TV while she irons. Aj- s----- t--------- k-- h------. Ajo shikon televizor, kur hekuros. 0 +
She listens to music while she does her work. Aj- d----- m------ k-- b-- d------ e s-------. Ajo dёgjon muzikё, kur bёn detyrat e shtёpisё. 0 +
I can’t see anything when I don’t have glasses. Nu- s----- a----- k-- s---- s----. Nuk shikoj asgjё, kur s’kam syzet. 0 +
I can’t understand anything when the music is so loud. Nu- k----- a----- k-- m----- ё---- k-- e l----. Nuk kuptoj asgjё, kur muzika ёshtё kaq e lartё. 0 +
I can’t smell anything when I have a cold. Nu- n---- a----- k-- j-- m- r----. Nuk nuhas asgjë, kur jam me rrufё. 0 +
We’ll take a taxi if it rains. Ne m----- n-- t----- k-- b-- s--. Ne marrim njё taksi, kur bie shi. 0 +
We’ll travel around the world if we win the lottery. Ne d- t- u-------- p------ b----- n--- f------ n- l------. Ne do tё udhёtojmё pёrreth botёs, nёse fitojmё nё llotari. 0 +
We’ll start eating if he doesn’t come soon. Ne d- t- f------- t- h---- n--- a- s----- s-----. Ne do tё fillojmё tё hamё, nёse ai s’vjen shpejt. 0 +

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