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98 [ninety-eight]

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98 [deviņdesmit astoņi]


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The journey was beautiful, but too tiring. Ce------ b--- s------- b-- p---- n----------. Ceļojums bija skaists, bet pārāk nogurdinošs. 0 +
The train was on time, but too full. Vi------ b--- p------- b-- p---- p----. Vilciens bija precīzs, bet pārāk pilns. 0 +
The hotel was comfortable, but too expensive. Vi------ b--- m------ b-- p---- d----. Viesnīca bija mājīga, bet pārāk dārga. 0 +
He’ll take either the bus or the train. Vi-- b----- v-- n- a- a------- v-- a- v-------. Viņš brauks vai nu ar autobusu vai ar vilcienu. 0 +
He’ll come either this evening or tomorrow morning. Vi-- i--------- v-- n- š------ v-- r-- a--- n- r---. Viņš ieradīsies vai nu šovakar vai rīt agri no rīta. 0 +
He’s going to stay either with us or in the hotel. Vi-- d----- v-- n- p-- m--- v-- v-------. Viņš dzīvos vai nu pie mums vai viesnīcā. 0 +
She speaks Spanish as well as English. Vi-- r--- g-- s----- g-- a---- v-----. Viņš runā gan spāņu, gan angļu valodā. 0 +
She has lived in Madrid as well as in London. Vi-- i- d-------- g-- M------- g-- L------. Viņa ir dzīvojusi gan Madridē, gan Londonā. 0 +
She knows Spain as well as England. Vi-- p----- g-- S------- g-- A------. Viņa pazīst gan Spāniju, gan Angliju. 0 +
He is not only stupid, but also lazy. Vi-- i- n- v--- m------ b-- a-- s-----. Viņš ir ne vien muļķis, bet arī slinks. 0 +
She is not only pretty, but also intelligent. Vi-- i- n- v--- s------- b-- a-- i----------. Viņa ir ne vien skaista, bet arī inteliģenta. 0 +
She speaks not only German, but also French. Vi-- r--- n- v--- v---- b-- a-- f----- v-----. Viņa runā ne vien vācu, bet arī franču valodā. 0 +
I can neither play the piano nor the guitar. Es n------ s----- n- k--------- n- ģ-----. Es neprotu spēlēt ne klavieres, ne ģitāru. 0 +
I can neither waltz nor do the samba. Es n------ d---- n- v----- n- s----. Es neprotu dejot ne valsi, ne sambu. 0 +
I like neither opera nor ballet. Ma- n------ n- o----- n- b-----. Man nepatīk ne opera, ne balets. 0 +
The faster you work, the earlier you will be finished. Jo ā---- t- s-------- j- ā---- t- p-------. Jo ātrāk tu strādāsi, jo ātrāk tu pabeigsi. 0 +
The earlier you come, the earlier you can go. Jo a---- t- a------- j- a---- t- v----- i--. Jo agrāk tu atnāksi, jo agrāk tu varēsi iet. 0 +
The older one gets, the more complacent one gets. Jo v------ j- o-------- k----. Jo vecāks, jo omulīgāks kļūst. 0 +

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