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already – not yet u- -az-- eš-e --e už raz – ešte nie u- r-z – e-t- n-e ----------------- už raz – ešte nie 0
Have you already been to Berlin? B-l- s-- u- ----- Berl-ne? Boli ste už raz v Berlíne? B-l- s-e u- r-z v B-r-í-e- -------------------------- Boli ste už raz v Berlíne? 0
No, not yet. Ni-- e-te n-e. Nie, ešte nie. N-e- e-t- n-e- -------------- Nie, ešte nie. 0
someone – no one n-e----– n--to niekto – nikto n-e-t- – n-k-o -------------- niekto – nikto 0
Do you know someone here? Po-n-------nie----? Poznáte tu niekoho? P-z-á-e t- n-e-o-o- ------------------- Poznáte tu niekoho? 0
No, I don’t know anyone here. N--- n---z-ám -u ni---o. Nie, nepoznám tu nikoho. N-e- n-p-z-á- t- n-k-h-. ------------------------ Nie, nepoznám tu nikoho. 0
a little longer – not much longer eš-----už-n-e ešte – už nie e-t- – u- n-e ------------- ešte – už nie 0
Will you stay here a little longer? Z-st--ete -u -š---dlh-? Zostanete tu ešte dlho? Z-s-a-e-e t- e-t- d-h-? ----------------------- Zostanete tu ešte dlho? 0
No, I won’t stay here much longer. N--,-n-zos--n-m--u--ž-d---. Nie, nezostanem tu už dlho. N-e- n-z-s-a-e- t- u- d-h-. --------------------------- Nie, nezostanem tu už dlho. 0
something else – nothing else e-te --e-o - -- -ič ešte niečo – už nič e-t- n-e-o – u- n-č ------------------- ešte niečo – už nič 0
Would you like to drink something else? Chc-t- --te-ni-č- --ť? Chcete ešte niečo piť? C-c-t- e-t- n-e-o p-ť- ---------------------- Chcete ešte niečo piť? 0
No, I don’t want anything else. N--, nepros-m si-už--i-. Nie, neprosím si už nič. N-e- n-p-o-í- s- u- n-č- ------------------------ Nie, neprosím si už nič. 0
something already – nothing yet už-nie---- --t---ič už niečo – ešte nič u- n-e-o – e-t- n-č ------------------- už niečo – ešte nič 0
Have you already eaten something? J------t--u- --ečo? Jedli ste už niečo? J-d-i s-e u- n-e-o- ------------------- Jedli ste už niečo? 0
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet. Nie- e--- -o- ne--d-l n-č. Nie, ešte som nejedol nič. N-e- e-t- s-m n-j-d-l n-č- -------------------------- Nie, ešte som nejedol nič. 0
someone else – no one else e-t--n----o-– -ž -ik-o ešte niekto – už nikto e-t- n-e-t- – u- n-k-o ---------------------- ešte niekto – už nikto 0
Does anyone else want a coffee? C-c- ---e --e-to --v-? Chce ešte niekto kávu? C-c- e-t- n-e-t- k-v-? ---------------------- Chce ešte niekto kávu? 0
No, no one else. Ni----ž-ni-to. Nie, už nikto. N-e- u- n-k-o- -------------- Nie, už nikto. 0

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