Použití pojmu If you want to. ve větách.
Odjeďte drožkou do Scotland Yardu a předejte tohle Youghalovi z kriminálního oddělení. Brigham Young tak pravil, a on mluvil hlasem Josefa Smitha, kterýž mluví hlasem božím. Automatically he unhooked the bra, not really analysing whether he wanted this or not. From its vantage point on the landing the Yattering viewed the young woman balefully. Young záhy ukázal, že jest obratným správcem i zároveň rázným náčelníkem. Loving, and wanting, and sensing acutely the impossibility of the former two. He wanted, no, he demanded, a reasonable answer to his reasonable question. Galloway wandered down to the front of the stalls, appraising the stranger. If Mr Redman wanted, he could leave a message, the Governor would get it. Mick wanted to bury the car thief, somewhere on the edge of the forest. Těch dní bylo zřejmě na účet měsíce, kterýž mu Young slíbil. All signs of a lowered or subdivided psychical activity are wanting. Slape wanted to double up in agony, but the neck hold prevented him. Ahead there were figures in the night, wandering away from the farm. He wanted the demon to show itself, to be known, to be recognized. He took a deep breath, and wandered into the middle of the road. Polo wanted to tell them, wanted to explain what was going on. He looked younger than his sixteen years, almost prepubescent. Mahogany wandered into the bathroom and turned on the shower. Tonight, the boys knew, they had not brought what she wanted. Younger boy idolizes an older, more experienced individual. Salander was a pleasant and conscientious young woman. She looked fifty, and was probably ten years younger. They had no use for sentiment, they just wanted out. Dream of a young man inhibited by a father complex. Eriksson was too young, not confident enough yet. Jsme prý nur ein wanderndes Musikantenvolk. The youngest, Amanda, arrived home first. Ekstr m wanted her off the investigation. The car was empty and the youth was gone.
téměř, skoro anglicky,
table tennis anglicky,
a waste of time anglicky,