Prantsis wrote:A friend in need is a friend indeed.
Tõelist sõpra tuntakse hädas.
A great river does not refuse any small streams.
h34 wrote:A great river does not refuse any small streams.
Prantsis wrote: According to Oxfam, eight men own the same amount of wealth as the poorest half of the world.
Prantsis wrote:Don't be intimidated — a big, windowless wall can be the perfect canvas for your creative ideas.
Irusia wrote:Olles oma garaaži sulgunud, ta ehitas masinat, mis saab mängida malet enda vastu.
Prantsis wrote:Spring is in the air.
Yes!Linguaphile wrote:Why "masinat"? I would have said "ta ehitas masina," (genitive for total object?), but I'm forever mixing up partial and total objects and their cases...
I have also heard "Õhus on tunda kevadet." (or "Õhus on kevadet tunda.") if you want to use "õhk" in the sentence.Linguaphile wrote:Kevad on õhus. ("Kevad on käes" is more common - "Spring is here!")
Prantsis wrote:They can cut all the flowers, but they can't stop the spring.
Palun vii mind homme hommikul arsti juurde!Linguaphile wrote:Please drop me off at the doctor's office tomorrow morning.
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