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dosť dobre
quite well
celkom dobre
quite well
nie veľmi dobre
not very well
ďakujem dobre
fine thank you
A vy?
And you? (formal, plural)
ďakujem tiež dobre
also fine thank you
Bohužiaľ nie veľmi dobre lebo zajtra mám skúšku.
Unfortunately not very well because tomorrow I have an exam.
nie dobre
not well
Už dlho?
Since how long ago?
Len som trochu unavený.
I'm just a little tired. (masculine)
Je to dlhá cesta ale som rád že som už tu.
It's a long journey but I'm glad that I'm already here. (masculine)
Nech sa páči sadnite si.
Please have a seat. (formal, plural)
Prosíte si kávu čaj alebo whisky?
Would you like coffee, tea, or whisky? (formal, plural)
Prosím si kávu.
I would like coffee.
Nech sa páči káva.
Here you are, coffee.
Nie je doma.
(She) isn't home.
Je v práci ale o chvíľu je tu.
(She) is at work, but (she'll) be here in a little while.
Prepáčte prosím máte cukor?
Excuse me please, do you have sugar? (formal, plural)
áno nech sa páči cukor je tam.
Yes, help yourself, the sugar is there.
Káva je veľmi dobrá a silná.
The coffee is very good and strong.
Som rád že ste tu.
I'm glad that you're here. (formal, plural)
Nula
Zero
jeden
one
štyri
four
Ty máš zajtra skúšku?
Do you have an exam tomorrow? (informal)
Vy máte chrípku pán profesor?
Do you have the flu, professor? (formal, masculine)
stôl
table
stolička
chair
okno
window
dievča
girl
chlapčisko
boy (derogatory)
ryba
fish
Som profesor.
I am a professor.
Oni sú z Clevelandu.
They are from Cleveland. (masculine)
Sú američania.
They are Americans.
My sme zo Slovenska.
We are from Slovakia. (emphatic pronoun)
My nie sme američania.
We are not Americans. (emphatic pronoun)
Oni sú američania.
They are Americans (masculine, emphatic pronoun)
nebyť
not to be
nie som
am not
nie si
you are not (informal, singular)
nie je
is not
nie sme
we are not
nie ste
you are not (formal, plural)
nie sú
they are not
Ste tu?
Are you here? (formal, plural)
Si unavený?
Are you tired? (informal, singular, masculine)
Ste unavený?
Are you tired? (formal, singular, masculine)
Ty si tu?
You are here? (informal, singular, emphatic pronoun)
To je môj doktor.
This is my doctor. (masculine)
To sú moji doktori.
These are my doctors. (masculine)
On nie je profesor.
He isn't a professor.
Byť či nebyť to je otázka.
To be or not to be, that is the question.
máš
you have (informal, singular)
has
máme
we have
máte
you have (formal, plural)
nemať
to not have
nemám
I don't have
nemáš
you don't have (singular, informal)
nemá
doesn't have
nemáme
we don't have
nemáte
you don't have (plural, formal)
nemajú
they don't have
Nemá dom.
(He) doesn't have a home.
mať sa
to fare, to be
Mám sa dobre.
I'm doing well.
Aj on sa má dobre.
He is also doing well.
nové auto
a new car
starý dom
an old house
dobrý študent
the good student
Jedna
One (Feminine)
jedno
one (neuter)
nejaký
some (masculine)
nejaká
some (feminine)
nejaké
some (neuter)
that (feminine)
to
it, that (neuter)
those (masculine, animate)
tie
those (masculine and inanimate)
Ten doktor je unavený.
That doctor is tired. (masculine)
Tá doktorka je unavená.
That doctor is tired. (feminine)
Máme sa dobre.
We're doing well.
My sa máme dobre.
We are doing well. (emphatic pronoun)
Vy si prosíte kávu?
Would you like coffee? (formal, plural, emphatic pronoun)
Nový americký profesor sa má dobre.
The new American professor is doing well.
Majú sa dobre.
They are doing well.
On si prosí kávu.
He would like coffee. (emphatic pronoun)
My si prosíme kávu.
We would like coffee. (emphatic pronoun)
Máte sa dobre?
Are you doing well? (formal, plural)
neprosím si
I wouldn't like
Učím matematiku.
I am teaching mathematics.
Učím sa matematiku.
I am studying mathematics.
Peter píše otcovi.
Peter writes to father. (emphasis on Peter)
Otcovi píše Peter.
Peter writes to father. (emphasis on father)
Otec píše Petrovi.
Father writes to Peter. (emphasis on father)
Petrovi píše otec.
Father writes to Peter. (emphasis on Peter)
pekná pieseň
nice song
fialka trojfarebná
wild pansy
mucha domáca
domestic fly
dievča krásne
beautiful girl
láska sladká
sweet love
Tomáš je doma.
Tomas is home.
Je Tomáš doma?
Is Tomas home?
Mama má čas.
Mum has time.
Má mama čas?
Does mum have time?
Kde je babika?
Where is grandma?
Tomáš sa má dobre?
Is Tomas doing well?
Zuzana je doma?
Is Zuzana home?
áno je
Yes, (she) is.
Prosíte si cukor?
Would you like sugar?
Nie neprosím.
No, I wouldn't like (any).
Je Mária doma?
Is Maria home?
Je Tomáš unavený?
Is Tomas tired?
Nie nie je.
No, (he) isn't.
áno Tomáš je unavený.
Yes, Tomas is tired.
Bohužiaľ dosť zle
Unfortunately quite unwell
Ďakujem výborne
Great, thank you
Ste rád že ste tu?
Are you glad you're here? (formal, masculine)
Máte chrípku?
Do you have the flu? (formal)
Máte pekný dom?
Do you have a nice house? (formal)
Máte doma cukor?
Do you have sugar at home? (formal)
Máte zajtra skúšku?
Do you have an exam tomorrow? (formal)
Ste Tomáš?
Are you Tomas? (formal)
Kde je Tomáš?
Where is Tomas?
Ste milionár?
Are you a millionaire? (formal)
Ste šťastný?
Are you happy? (formal, masculine)
Nie som unavený.
I am not tired. (masculine)
Nie si unavený.
You are not tired. (informal, masculine)
Nie je unavený.
He is not tired.
Nie je unavená.
She is not tired.
Nie je unavené.
It is not tired.
Nie sme unavení.
We are not tired.
Nie ste unavení.
You are not tired. (formal, plural)
Nie sú unavení.
They are not tired.
Máš skúšku.
You have an exam. (informal)
Má skúšku.
He has an exam.
Máme skúšku.
We have an exam.
Máte skúšku.
You have an exam. (formal)
Majú skúšku.
They have an exam.
Si profesor.
You are a professor. (informal)
Je profesor.
He is a professor.
Je profesorka.
She is a professor.
Sme profesori.
We are professors. (masculine)
Ste profesor.
You are a professor. (formal, masculine)
Sú profesorky.
They are professors. (feminine)
Nemám kávu.
I don't have coffee.
Nemáš kávu.
You don't have coffee. (informal)
Nemá kávu.
She doesn't have coffee.
Nemáme kávu.
We don't have coffee.
Nemáte kávu.
You don't have coffee. (formal)
Nemajú kávu.
They don't have coffee.
Máš sa dobre.
You are doing well. (informal)
Má sa dobre.
It is doing well.
Máte sa dobre.
You are doing well. (formal)
Som doma.
I'm home.
Si doma.
You're home. (informal)
Je doma.
He's home.
Sme doma.
We're home.
Ste doma.
You're home. (formal)
Sú doma.
They're home.
Nie som v práci.
I'm not at work.
Nie si v práci.
You're not at work. (informal)
Nie je v práci.
He's not at work.
Nie sme v práci.
We're not at work.
Nie ste v práci.
You're not at work. (formal)
Nie sú v práci.
They're not at work.
Ste doma?
Are you home? (formal)
Ste na Slovensku?
Are you in Slovakia? (formal)
Ste v USA?
Are you in the USA? (formal)
Prosíte si čaj?
Would you like tea? (formal)
Máte doma whisky?
Do you have whisky at home? (formal)
Máte dom?
Do you have a house? (formal)
Máte mercedes?
Do you have a Mercedes? (formal)
Máte šťastie?
Do you have good luck? (formal)
Už štyri dni mám chrípku.
I've had the flu for four days already.
Som rád že som tu.
I'm happy I'm here.
Prosíš si cukor?
Would you like sugar? (informal)
Je mama doma?
Is mum home?
Otec nemá čas.
Father doesn't have time.
Som trochu unavený.
I'm a little tired.
To čaj je dobrý.
That tea is good.
Tá pieseň je pekná.
That song is nice.
Ona má šťastie.
She has good luck.
Nie som profesor.
I am not a professor. (masculine)
Otec je unavený.
Father is tired.
Otec nie je unavený.
Father is not tired.
Mama sa má dobre.
Mum is doing well.
Mama sa nemá dobre.
Mum is not doing well.
Eva má chrípku.
Eva has the flu.
Eva nemá chrípku.
Eva doesn't have the flu.
Zajtra mám skúšku.
I have an exam tomorrow.
Zajtra nemám skúšku.
I don't have an exam tomorrow.
Mám kávu.
I have coffee.
Nie sú doma.
They are not home.
Je popoludnie.
It is afternoon.
Nie je popoludnie.
It isn't afternoon.
Zuzana je šťastná.
Zuzana is happy.
Zuzana nie je šťastná.
Zuzana is not happy.
Tu je cukor.
There is sugar here.
Tu nie je cukor.
There isn't any sugar here.
Aký otec taký syn aká matka taká Katka.
Like father, like son. (idiomatic equivalent)