Chapter 32 Verbs(2nd Year)

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  • 1. 

    To wake up

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "budit, budím se" which translates to "to wake up, I wake up" in English. This answer is correct because it accurately matches the given phrase "to wake up" with its corresponding Czech translation "budit" and the reflexive verb form "budím se" which means "I wake up".

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  • 2. 

    to reel, to spin

    Explanation
    The answer "motat, motám se" is correct because it translates to "to reel, to spin" in English. The word "motat" means "to reel" and "motám se" means "to spin". These words are in the infinitive form and the reflexive form respectively, indicating the action of reeling or spinning. Therefore, the given answer accurately represents the translation of the phrase "to reel, to spin".

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  • 3. 

    to spread, to apply

    Explanation
    The given answer "namazat, namažu" is the correct translation for the words "to spread, to apply" in the given language. The verb "namazat" means "to spread" and it is conjugated as "namažu" in the third person plural form. This translation accurately captures the meaning of the original words and provides the appropriate verb forms for the given language.

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  • 4. 

    to wet oneself

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "pomočit, pomočím se." This answer is correct because it accurately translates the phrase "to wet oneself" into the given language, which is Slovenian. The verb "pomočit" means "to wet," and the reflexive pronoun "se" indicates that the action is being done to oneself. Therefore, "pomočím se" means "to wet oneself" in Slovenian.

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  • 5. 

    to gain weight

    Explanation
    The given correct answer "přibírat, přibírám" is in Czech and translates to "to gain weight" in English. This suggests that the question is asking for the translation of the phrase "to gain weight" into Czech.

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  • 6. 

    to blow ones nose

    Explanation
    The given answer "smrkat, smrkám" is a correct translation for the phrase "to blow one's nose" in Czech. "Smrkat" is the infinitive form of the verb, and "smrkám" is the first-person present tense form. This phrase refers to the act of forcefully expelling mucus from the nose by exhaling forcefully through the nostrils.

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  • 7. 

    to itch

    Explanation
    The given correct answer for the question is "svědit, svědí". This answer is correct because it accurately translates the word "to itch" into Czech. "Svědit" is the infinitive form of the verb, and "svědí" is the third-person singular present tense form.

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  • 8. 

    to flow

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "téct, teču." These are Czech words that mean "to flow" and "I flow" respectively. They are conjugated forms of the verb "téct" in the present tense. This answer accurately reflects the meaning and form of the given words.

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  • 9. 

    budit, budím se

  • 10. 

    motat, motám se

  • 11. 

    namazat, namažu

    Explanation
    The words "namazat" and "namažu" are forms of the verb "namazati" in Croatian. This verb means "to spread" or "to apply" in English. Therefore, the correct answer is "to spread, to apply."

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  • 12. 

    pomočit, pomočím se

  • 13. 

    přibírat, přibírám

    Explanation
    The given correct answer, "to gain weight," accurately explains the meaning of the Czech verb "přibírat" and its conjugated form "přibírám." This verb refers to the act of increasing one's body weight, typically by consuming more food or undergoing muscle-building exercises. The answer provides a clear and concise interpretation of the given term.

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  • 14. 

    smrkat, smrkám

    Explanation
    The word "smrkat" is a verb in the Czech language that means "to blow one's nose." The word "smrkám" is the first-person present tense form of this verb, meaning "I blow my nose." Therefore, the correct answer is "to blow one's nose," as it accurately describes the meaning of the given words.

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  • 15. 

    svědit, svědí

    Explanation
    The word "svědit" in Czech means "to itch." This word describes the sensation of having an irritating feeling on the skin that causes a person to want to scratch or rub the affected area. It is commonly used to describe the discomfort caused by insect bites, allergies, or skin conditions.

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  • 16. 

    téct, teču

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