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Heard this so often and never knew how to spell it

Thought it was sth like "Heide"
http://www.forvo.com/word/ajde/
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Auf gehts! is much more common imo.
Really?? Never heard that on a tennis court.

But I guess it depends on where you live.

RU from bavaria? >>Auf gehts<< sounds a bit like it

Auf geht's, Bursche!
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"Pojď!", "Pojďme!" in plural, "Do toho!" as well, "Jedem!"... yes, in Czech we have 10 synonyms for every word.
Isn't that the same in every language?

You could also say "Let's go" in English
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POME
I heard Strycova/Cibulkova's team say that the whole time during a doubles match in 's-Hertogenbosch.
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Tumhaaari Maa ka.
that does not mean come on

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that does not mean come on

It has the same sentiment in a Game.
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It has the same sentiment in a Game.
speak for yourself

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When i am writing a Post it Obviously means i am speaking for myself, Einstein.



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When i am writing a Post it Obviously means i am speaking for myself, Einstein.
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It has the same sentiment in a Game.
English isnt my first language but it seems you are generalizing here instead of speaking only for yourself

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