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Ahojky, jak se má¹? U mì je to u¾ lep¹í, je¹tì dneska se ulejvám,

English translation: Hey, how are you? Here [by us] it's better already. Today I'm still slacking off.

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13:31 Dec 14, 2001
Czech to English translations [Non-PRO]
Czech term or phrase: Ahojky, jak se má¹? U mì je to u¾ lep¹í, je¹tì dneska se ulejvám,
It is an e-mail from a friend
Ben Mear
English translation:Hey, how are you? Here [by us] it's better already. Today I'm still slacking off.
Explanation:
Obsiously the letters with diacritical marks became gibberish once you wrote or pasted them in the question rubric.
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Zenny Sadlon
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4Hey, how are you? Here [by us] it's better already. Today I'm still slacking off.
Zenny Sadlon


  

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Hey, how are you? Here [by us] it's better already. Today I'm still slacking off.


Explanation:
Obsiously the letters with diacritical marks became gibberish once you wrote or pasted them in the question rubric.

Zenny Sadlon
Local time: 18:23
Native speaker of: Native in CzechCzech
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