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Saša and David discuss upcoming plans for the nice weather. Time for fun and enjoyment!

Grammar tip:
The si in uži si to is reflexive, and means “for (your)self”.  However, unlike in other languages, the reflexive si only changes if the (indirect) receiver of the action is different from the performer of the action. Without si, you’re basically telling the person to take the object as if it were some kind of medicine.

If to (it) is replaced by an actual thing, it must take the direct object case (akuzatív/štvrtý pád). So for example, práca becomes prácu. However, many words will not need to change.

Phrases:
Tak jo, tak si ho uži.
 – So yeah, so you enjoy that.

Uži si… víkend / košt / prácu / víno / pobyt / večierok / trdlofest / zbytok víkendu.
Enjoy… the weekend / (wine) tasting / work / wine / stay / party / trdlofest / rest of the weekend

Maj sa dobre – Have a good (time).  The phrase maj sa… is always followed by an adverb. Maj sa can also be used by itself as a short farewell.

Želám ti príjemný pobyt. –  I wish you a pleasant stay.

Some extra crumbs:

The Velvet(Tender) Revolution of 17th November 1989 is called Nežná revolúcia in Slovak (nežná=tender), and is a public holiday in both the Slovak and Czech Republics. “Velvet Revolution” is a direct translation of the Czech sametová revoluce.

Trdlofest is an annual May festival in Skalica, to celebrate their cylindrical cake  trdelníkwww.trdlofest.sk

Wine tastings (Košt vína) are common in South Moravia: www.vinazmoravy.cz

Song: Tak si to uži (So Enjoy It) by Začiatok konca
http://hudba.zoznam.sk/zaciatok-konca

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