In English we say -
I can't do it right now because I've got a lot on my plate.
It's getting a bit better!
I didn't call you because I had no time.(protoze,jsem nemel cas)
I didn't call you because I had...
Maybe it's better but ,'Nemel jsem cas' means 'I didn't have time'.
What I mean is 'I've been busy' -
It's like 'I've been doing this and...
Sorry,but I didn't mean busy as in work!
So maybe 'Mel jsem moc prace' etc, isn't what I meant!
Maybe 'rušný' should be in the sentence...
How do you say this in Czech please?
I've been busy.
I will be be busy.
There are so many different endings in Czech!
How do you say in Czech? - Czech is a hard language because the endings of the words change so...
IS IT IN THE ACCUSATIVE?
Thanks a lot!
I'm going to work now and I'll try to remember them whilst I'm working!
How do you say these in Czech please?
You deserve it!/ You deserved it!
We didn't deserve it.
He doesn't derserve it.
He deserves worse!...
Thanks a lot!
There's so many endings there to remember!
So,could you tell me please what the endings would be for these?
It's Andrew's house.
We went there without Andrew.
We're going to Andrew's...
Thanks. We got the meaning in the end!
Next time I'll be more specific with the context. It was my 1st post!
The hardest thing about Czech is how the ends of the words always change.
I don't know if it's just me,but how can anyone learn them all from...
Separate names with a comma.