"One of my favourite memories of Elvis was when I was eighteen years old. It was very seldom that you got to spend one on one time with Elvis, because there were usually other family members and friends around. This one particular evening I was spending the night at Graceland - his home - and I was in my grandmother Dodger's room and Elvis came in there and he sat down on the floor yoga style in front of my chair and he was asking me about my aspirations, what I wanted to do when I graduated from high school, who I was dating and so forth.
He gave me some advice that I've held with me for my entire life - and I've passed it on to my children and now my little grand-daughter - that as long as you have faith in God and you have faith in yourself, then don't ever let anyone else tell you that you can't accomplish anything - because you can do whatever you want to do."
advice - kėshillė/kėshilla.
Ky emėr nė anglisht pėrdoret vetm me formėn e njejėsit. Megjithatė, advice zakonisht ka kuptimin e shumėsit, dhe nė qoftė se duam tė bėjmė dallimin njėjės-shumės themi: "a piece of advice" ('Let me give you a piece of advice') pėr njėjėsin dhe "a few pieces of advice" ose "some advice" ('Let me give you some advice') pėr shumėsin.
Ēfarė mund tė bėsh me kėshillat:
You can give it, ask for it, want it, listen to it, follow it, take it, seek it, heed it, act on it etc.
'It was very seldom that you got to spend one on one time with Elvis'- Shumė rrallė qėllonte qė tė jepej mundėsia tė kaloje kohė vetėm pėr vetėm me Elvisin.
one on one time (AmE) = one to one, face to face (BrE) - vetėm pėr vetėm
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