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Adverbi (prislovi)

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Adverbi (prislovi)

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already – not yet že e----- (ž- k---) – š- n----i že enkrat (že kdaj) – še nikoli 0 +
Have you already been to Berlin? Al- s-- ž- b--- k--- v B------? Ali ste že bili kdaj v Berlinu? 0 +
No, not yet. Ne- š- n-----. Ne, še nikoli. 0 +
someone – no one ne--- – n---e nekdo – nihče 0 +
Do you know someone here? Po----- t---- k---? Poznate tukaj koga? 0 +
No, I don’t know anyone here. Ne- t---- n- p----- n------. Ne, tukaj ne poznam nikogar. 0 +
a little longer – not much longer še – n-- v-č še – nič več 0 +
Will you stay here a little longer? Al- o------- š- d---- t-? Ali ostajate še dolgo tu? 0 +
No, I won’t stay here much longer. Ne- n- o------ v-- d---- t-. Ne, ne ostanem več dolgo tu. 0 +
something else – nothing else še (n-)k-- – n-- v-č še (ne)kaj – nič več 0 +
Would you like to drink something else? Bi r--- š- k-- p-----? Bi radi še kaj popili? 0 +
No, I don’t want anything else. Ne- n- ž---- n-- v--. Ne, ne želim nič več. 0 +
something already – nothing yet že (n-)k-- – š- n-č že (ne)kaj – še nič 0 +
Have you already eaten something? Al- s-- ž- k-- p------? Ali ste že kaj pojedli? 0 +
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet. Ne- n-- š- n---- p------ (p------). Ne, nič še nisem pojedel (pojedla). 0 +
someone else – no one else še (n-)k-- – n---- v-č še (ne)kdo – nihče več 0 +
Does anyone else want a coffee? Bi š- k-- r-- k---? Bi še kdo rad kavo? 0 +
No, no one else. Ne- n---- v--. Ne, nihče več. 0 +

The Arabian language

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