Shopping madness in a London department store.
V - in
Eva je v izbe – Eva is in the room
Kniha je v skrinke – The book is in the cabinet
I know I haven’t been posting daily. I was without internet for a few days (which was horrible) and I got a bit distracted last week. I am however, still learning Slovak and haven’t given up! Here are some words I’ve learned over the past week.
My sme ženy – We are women.
My sme dievčatá – We are children.
Ja som dievča – I am a child.
Muz a peňaženka – A man and a wallet.
Toto sú stromy – These are trees.
Budova a strom – A building and a tree.
Pozvať - to invite
Pozývam ťa na drink – I’m inviting you for a drink
On/ona/ono – He/ she/ it
On/ona/ono sedi – He/ she/ it is sitting
Kto? – Who/ who is?
Kto sedi? – Who is sitting?
Kto píše? – Who is writing?
Ktorý? – which?
ktorý? (ten alebo ten?) – Which? That or that? (masculine form)
Ktora? (ta alebo ta?) – Which? That or that? (feminine form)
Ktore? (to alebo to?) - Which? That or that? (neutral form)
Tekvica – pumpkin
Páči sa mi tekvicový koláč – I like pumpkin pie
hrášok / hrach – pea, peas
To je hrachová polievka – this is pea soup
Povie – say
Ako sa povie “thanks”, po slovensky? – How do you say “thanks” in Slovak?