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jeho čas
his time
môj liek
my medicine
naša doktorka
our doctor (feminine)
tvoje šťastie
your happiness (informal)
ich kino
their cinema
náš profesor
our professor
moja chrípka
my flu
tvoje srdce
your heart (informal)
jej pas
her passport
tvoja káva
your coffee (informal)
ich študent
their student
naša univerzita
our university
váš dom
your house (plural)
jeho skúška
his exam
moja kúpeľňa
my bathroom
jej kľúč
her key
To je naša izba.
That is our room.
Prepáčte to nie je vaša izba.
Excuse me, that is not your room. (plural)
To je moja izba.
That is my room.
To je jeho profesor.
That is his professor.
Prepáčte to nie je jeho profesor.
Excuse me, that is not his professor.
To je môj profesor.
That is my professor.
Tu je ich telefón.
Their phone is here.
Prepáčte tu nie je ich telefón.
Excuse me, their phone is not here. (formal) (Excuse, here not is their telephone.)
Tu je môj telefón.
My phone is here.
Bernadette je ich študentka.
Bernadette is their student.
Prepáčte Bernadette nie je ich študentka.
Excuse me, Bernadette is not their student.
Bernadette je moja študentka.
Bernadette is my student.
Tu je jej káva.
Her coffee is here.
Prepáčte tu nie je jej káva.
Excuse me, her coffee is not here.
Tu je moja káva.
My coffee is here.
Sujaan je ich študent.
Sujaan is their student.
Prepáčte Sujaan nie je ich študent.
Excuse me, Sujaan is not their student.
Sujaan je môj študent.
Sujaan is my student.
Toto je môj pas.
This is my passport.
Prepáč toto nie je tvoj pas.
Excuse me, this is not your passport. (informal)
To je môj dolár.
That is my dollar.
Prepáč to nie je tvoj dolár.
Excuse me, that is not your dollar. (informal)
To je ich liek.
That is their medicine.
Prepáčte to nie je ich liek.
Excuse me, that is not their medicine.
To je môj liek.
That is my medicine.
To je môj čaj.
That is my tea.
Prepáč to nie je tvoj čaj.
Excuse me, that is not your tea. (informal)
To je môj problém.
That is my problem.
Prepáč to nie je tvoj problém.
Excuse me, that is not your problem. (informal)
Kedy máte čas?
When do you have time? (plural)
Večer máme čas.
We have time in the evening.
Kedy je pani MacDowellova v hoteli?
When is Mrs. MacDowellova at the hotel?
Pani MacDowellova je v hoteli v noci.
Mrs. MacDowellova is at the hotel at night.
Kedy má Xander skúšku?
When does Xander have an exam?
Ráno Xander má skúšku.
Xander has an exam in the morning.
Kedy si prosíš kávu?
When would you like coffee? (informal)
Prosím si kávu popoludní.
I would like coffee in the afternoon.
Kedy ide Myke do kina?
When is Myke going to the cinema?
Myke ide do kina teraz.
Myke is going to the cinema now.
Kedy študujete slovenčinu?
When do you study Slovak? (plural)
študujeme slovenčinu predpoludním.
We study Slovak before noon.