vārdnīca čehu - angļu

český jazyk - English

jít angļu valodā:

1. to go to go


I want to go there.
I need to go to the dentist.
Can I have a fish and chips to go, please?
Would you like to go to the cinema on Saturday?
Can I have two small pizzas- to go, please?
I have to go to the cinema / I gotta go to the cinema
I haven't got nowhere else to go
I want to go to Spain this summer.
I'd like this steak to go.
Two hamburgers and two sodas to go, please
I've got to go.
We have three more hours to go.
She told her to go home.
I want to go to Australia.

Angļu vārds "jít"(to go) notiek komplektos:

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2. walk walk


Walk slowly.
You walk on and I'll catch up with you later.
Feeling tired after his walk in the country, he took a nap.
You walk too fast for me to keep up with you.
People in every walk of life go to church.
In the end, because of the disease, he became unable to walk and had to use a motorized wheelchair to get around.
Tom couldn't fall asleep so he got up and took a walk.
Our walk was spoiled by the wind and the rain.
Tom and Mary took a long walk through the countryside.
Don't walk so quickly. I can't keep up.
The mountain path was under a blanket of leaves, soft and easy to walk on.
Walk as fast as possible.
Walk faster, or you'll miss the train.
Very fat people waddle when they walk, though few of them realize it.
On an average how many miles do you walk a day?