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Drikke

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I drink tea. J-----i-ke- t-. J__ d______ t__ J-g d-i-k-r t-. --------------- Jeg drikker te. 0
I drink coffee. Je---rikke- k--fe. J__ d______ k_____ J-g d-i-k-r k-f-e- ------------------ Jeg drikker kaffe. 0
I drink mineral water. J---d---ke----neral-a-n. J__ d______ m___________ J-g d-i-k-r m-n-r-l-a-n- ------------------------ Jeg drikker mineralvann. 0
Do you drink tea with lemon? D--kke--du t----d --tr-n? D______ d_ t_ m__ s______ D-i-k-r d- t- m-d s-t-o-? ------------------------- Drikker du te med sitron? 0
Do you drink coffee with sugar? D-----r ---ka--e-med --k--r? D______ d_ k____ m__ s______ D-i-k-r d- k-f-e m-d s-k-e-? ---------------------------- Drikker du kaffe med sukker? 0
Do you drink water with ice? Dr--ke- -u----n -e- --? D______ d_ v___ m__ i__ D-i-k-r d- v-n- m-d i-? ----------------------- Drikker du vann med is? 0
There is a party here. He- er det --st. H__ e_ d__ f____ H-r e- d-t f-s-. ---------------- Her er det fest. 0
People are drinking champagne. Fol-et--rik--- --s-er--de-vin. F_____ d______ m_________ v___ F-l-e- d-i-k-r m-s-e-e-d- v-n- ------------------------------ Folket drikker musserende vin. 0
People are drinking wine and beer. Folk-- -----er -in og-ø-. F_____ d______ v__ o_ ø__ F-l-e- d-i-k-r v-n o- ø-. ------------------------- Folket drikker vin og øl. 0
Do you drink alcohol? D---k-- -u --koh--? D______ d_ a_______ D-i-k-r d- a-k-h-l- ------------------- Drikker du alkohol? 0
Do you drink whisky / whiskey (am.)? Dr-kk---d--wh-s-y? D______ d_ w______ D-i-k-r d- w-i-k-? ------------------ Drikker du whisky? 0
Do you drink Coke with rum? Dri--e--du -ola m-d--u-? D______ d_ k___ m__ r___ D-i-k-r d- k-l- m-d r-m- ------------------------ Drikker du kola med rum? 0
I do not like champagne. Je- l-ker ik-e -usseren---v-n. J__ l____ i___ m_________ v___ J-g l-k-r i-k- m-s-e-e-d- v-n- ------------------------------ Jeg liker ikke musserende vin. 0
I do not like wine. J-g -i--r--kk--vi-. J__ l____ i___ v___ J-g l-k-r i-k- v-n- ------------------- Jeg liker ikke vin. 0
I do not like beer. J-- l--e--ikk- øl. J__ l____ i___ ø__ J-g l-k-r i-k- ø-. ------------------ Jeg liker ikke øl. 0
The baby likes milk. B--y-n lik-- --lk. B_____ l____ m____ B-b-e- l-k-r m-l-. ------------------ Babyen liker melk. 0
The child likes cocoa and apple juice. Ba---t --ke---a-a- o--e-le-u-ce. B_____ l____ k____ o_ e_________ B-r-e- l-k-r k-k-o o- e-l-j-i-e- -------------------------------- Barnet liker kakao og eplejuice. 0
The woman likes orange and grapefruit juice. Kv--ne---iker a-p-l-i--u-c---g---a-efru-tjuice. K______ l____ a____________ o_ g_______________ K-i-n-n l-k-r a-p-l-i-j-i-e o- g-a-e-r-k-j-i-e- ----------------------------------------------- Kvinnen liker appelsinjuice og grapefruktjuice. 0

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