A Modern Czech Grammar by William E. Harkins, Marie Hynková

By William E. Harkins, Marie Hynková

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English word: 46 ¬àdO p ¬f c ƒg t ¬ææe j ¬1îHh a ¬∏«g l ƒg m ¬f e øf i ¬à∏g b ¬~æ`6 ≈j a ¬∏«g x ¬Jô«¸ s »dÉY h ¿hô> t ¬~æ`6 ≈j b ¬f y ƒg e p What are these people saying? Write the correct number in each speech bubble, as in the example. 2 ¬Jô«¸ 7 √ôeƒ6 8 ¬àdO 5 ¬1îHh 6 ƒg 3 ¬f 4 ≈j ¬~æ`6 ¬∏«g 47 1 2 Finally, match the Pashto words, their pronunciation, and the English meanings, as in the example. hello manana wabakh-kha please ¬à∏g ¬~≈æ`6 j thank you ÉÑ°S hulta sabaa sorry ¬∏«g ¬1îHh ¬f ho no there ƒg yes hela ee tsanga y ¬ææe tomorrow 48 na ROUND-UP This section is designed to review all the 100 words you have met in the different topics.

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