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key - rješenja
noun genders excercise key

Krov - masculine, dolina - feminine, papir - masculine, staklo - neuter, panj - masculine, igra - feminine, brak - masculine, jaje - neuter, hitac - masculine, iskra - feminine, stablo - neuter, ljuljačka - feminine, zelje - neuter, karton - masculine.

noun cases excercise key

Zvonimir - nominative, sobi - locative, Domagoj - nominative, kući - dative, biciklom - instrumental, Hrvatska - nominative, nogometnom natjecanju - locative.

verbial tenses excercise key

Sam bio - perfect, rekla je - perfect, bude nazvala - second future, će otići - first future, večeram - present, rekoh - aorist, pecijah - imperfect, bio sam kupio - pluperfect, nisam trebao - perfect.

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