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100 [one hundred]



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Apstākļa vārdi

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already – not yet jau re-- –---- nekad j-- r--- – v-- n---- j-u r-i- – v-l n-k-d -------------------- jau reiz – vēl nekad 0
Have you already been to Berlin? V-- J-s -au--ā--ei--esat-bi--s ----īnē? V-- J-- j-- k------ e--- b---- B------- V-i J-s j-u k-d-e-z e-a- b-j-s B-r-ī-ē- --------------------------------------- Vai Jūs jau kādreiz esat bijis Berlīnē? 0
No, not yet. Nē- --l -----. N-- v-- n----- N-, v-l n-k-d- -------------- Nē, vēl nekad. 0
someone – no one k--s – -e--e-s k--- – n------ k-d- – n-v-e-s -------------- kāds – neviens 0
Do you know someone here? Va- Jūs--e kād- p--īs-at? V-- J-- t- k--- p-------- V-i J-s t- k-d- p-z-s-a-? ------------------------- Vai Jūs te kādu pazīstat? 0
No, I don’t know anyone here. Nē- -s t--ne-i--u-nepaz-s--. N-- e- t- n------ n--------- N-, e- t- n-v-e-u n-p-z-s-u- ---------------------------- Nē, es te nevienu nepazīstu. 0
a little longer – not much longer vēl----a-r--ne v-- – v---- n- v-l – v-i-s n- -------------- vēl – vairs ne 0
Will you stay here a little longer? Vai-Jūs-te v-l ---i-------ie-? V-- J-- t- v-- i--- p--------- V-i J-s t- v-l i-g- p-l-k-i-t- ------------------------------ Vai Jūs te vēl ilgi paliksiet? 0
No, I won’t stay here much longer. Nē- e- te v-i-- il-i--e-a-i--u. N-- e- t- v---- i--- n--------- N-, e- t- v-i-s i-g- n-p-l-k-u- ------------------------------- Nē, es te vairs ilgi nepalikšu. 0
something else – nothing else vē- -a---k- -------vai-s v-- k--- k- – n--- v---- v-l k-u- k- – n-k- v-i-s ------------------------ vēl kaut ko – neko vairs 0
Would you like to drink something else? Vai---s vē-a--es---l-k-ut-ko-d-e-t? V-- j-- v------- v-- k--- k- d----- V-i j-s v-l-t-e- v-l k-u- k- d-e-t- ----------------------------------- Vai jūs vēlaties vēl kaut ko dzert? 0
No, I don’t want anything else. Nē, -s -a-rs -eko--ev-los. N-- e- v---- n--- n------- N-, e- v-i-s n-k- n-v-l-s- -------------------------- Nē, es vairs neko nevēlos. 0
something already – nothing yet jau k--- ko-- vē- n--o j-- k--- k- – v-- n--- j-u k-u- k- – v-l n-k- ---------------------- jau kaut ko – vēl neko 0
Have you already eaten something? Va- -ūs --u--a-t-ko e-at---i-? V-- J-- j-- k--- k- e--- ē---- V-i J-s j-u k-u- k- e-a- ē-i-? ------------------------------ Vai Jūs jau kaut ko esat ēdis? 0
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet. N----s-vēl -e-----es----dis. N-- e- v-- n--- n----- ē---- N-, e- v-l n-k- n-e-m- ē-i-. ---------------------------- Nē, es vēl neko neesmu ēdis. 0
someone else – no one else v-l-k-ds – ---r----vi--s v-- k--- – v---- n------ v-l k-d- – v-i-s n-v-e-s ------------------------ vēl kāds – vairs neviens 0
Does anyone else want a coffee? V---v-- -ā-- vē-a- kafi-u? V-- v-- k--- v---- k------ V-i v-l k-d- v-l-s k-f-j-? -------------------------- Vai vēl kāds vēlas kafiju? 0
No, no one else. Nē, ---rs-n---e-s. N-- v---- n------- N-, v-i-s n-v-e-s- ------------------ Nē, vairs neviens. 0

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