Použití pojmu Good morning / afternoon / evening / night ve větách.
There was a good deal of laughter that night. Good morning, Blomkvist. Good morning, everyone. Good morning, Mr. James Gazette, Evening News, Standardu, Echu a ve všech ostatních, které vás napadnou. Somebody had clearly been there that very morning, sluicing her down, and feeding her. He had seen her late at night, her dirty back streets shamelessly courting depravity. Of course good sexual health is about more than just treating infections. Strangely enough, I had happened to think of Lenau during the afternoon. Redman spent a good deal of the next day putting his workshop in order. About four thirty a bell started to ring, a good way from the workshop. It was television time, and the nightly worship of the box had begun. It was too early in the morning, and the effect fell on stony ground. Ahead there were figures in the night, wandering away from the farm. The night sky was luminous with stars the hills black on every side. The legs in the dream recall an impression of the previous evening. It felt victory in its invisible bones and it was a good feeling. They would sleep until morning and then begin the long trek back. When we awoke in the morning, something again passed between us. Then, in its own good time, it would deliver the coup de grace. The rehearsal was called for nine thirty the following morning. Jsou to londýnské noviny, ranní vydání Evening Standardu. It felt good in his hand in fact it felt positively thrilling. It felt good to shout, it felt good to sound angry at the man. The morning rain had turned into a light drizzle by twilight. Nobody was watching that night, it was too bitter for lovers. Probably my dream of last night satisfies the requirements. Still, tonight, like every other night, he had a job to do. There was no health to be had here, no goodness, no reason. Now their eyes were becoming accustomed to the night light.
at night anglicky,
finished good anglicky,
I had a good time. anglicky,
good looks anglicky,