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See on tüdruku <span title="apple (NOM)">'''õun'''</span> {{hidden|Translation|This is a/the girl's apple<br/>That is a/the girl's apple}}
 
Ta sööb <span title="apple (ACC)">'''õuna'''</span> {{hidden|Translation|He/She eats a/the apple<br/>He/She is eating a/the apple}}
 
<span title="This (determiner)">'''See'''</span> maja on <span title="my home (NOM)">'''minu kodu'''</span> {{hidden|Translation|This house is my home}}
 
<span title="He/She (NOM)">'''Ta'''</span> tahab <span title="apple (ACC)">'''õuna'''</span> {{hidden|Translation|He/She wants an/the apple}}
 
Sina tead <span title="this/that (ACC)">'''seda'''</span> {{hidden|Translation|You (singular) know that}}
 
Poiss otsib tüdruku koera {{hidden|Translation|The boy is looking for the girl's dog}}
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