"dont laugh i am bring serious , someone stole mine

Slovak translation: Nesmej sa, myslím to vážne, niekto ukradol môj/moju/moje

22:48 Apr 24, 2005
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English term or phrase: "dont laugh i am bring serious , someone stole mine
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Slovak translation:Nesmej sa, myslím to vážne, niekto ukradol môj/moju/moje
Explanation:
Assuming that there's a typo and you wanted to say "being" instead of bring.
"Mine" will be translated in a gender specific way (because all nouns are gender specific in Slovak, whether they refer to people or things). It will be one of the three form but I'll need to know what it refers to to be able to choose the correct pronoun.
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5 +7Nesmej sa, myslím to vážne, niekto ukradol môj/moju/moje
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dont laugh i am being serious , someone stole mine
Nesmej sa, myslím to vážne, niekto ukradol môj/moju/moje


Explanation:
Assuming that there's a typo and you wanted to say "being" instead of bring.
"Mine" will be translated in a gender specific way (because all nouns are gender specific in Slovak, whether they refer to people or things). It will be one of the three form but I'll need to know what it refers to to be able to choose the correct pronoun.

Monika@ProZ
United States
Local time: 21:25
Native speaker of: Native in SlovakSlovak
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