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12 [twelve]

Beverages

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12 [doze]

Bebidas

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I drink tea. E- b-b- ---. E_ b___ c___ E- b-b- c-á- ------------ Eu bebo chá. 0
I drink coffee. E--be-- ---é. E_ b___ c____ E- b-b- c-f-. ------------- Eu bebo café. 0
I drink mineral water. E- -eb---gua-m-n---l. E_ b___ á___ m_______ E- b-b- á-u- m-n-r-l- --------------------- Eu bebo água mineral. 0
Do you drink tea with lemon? B-b-s --á-c-m li-ão? B____ c__ c__ l_____ B-b-s c-á c-m l-m-o- -------------------- Bebes chá com limão? 0
Do you drink coffee with sugar? Bebe---a-----m-aç-car? B____ c___ c__ a______ B-b-s c-f- c-m a-ú-a-? ---------------------- Bebes café com açúcar? 0
Do you drink water with ice? B--e- --ua --m --l-? B____ á___ c__ g____ B-b-s á-u- c-m g-l-? -------------------- Bebes água com gelo? 0
There is a party here. A--- -á -------ta. A___ h_ u__ f_____ A-u- h- u-a f-s-a- ------------------ Aqui há uma festa. 0
People are drinking champagne. A--pesso-s-be-e--espum--t-. A_ p______ b____ e_________ A- p-s-o-s b-b-m e-p-m-n-e- --------------------------- As pessoas bebem espumante. 0
People are drinking wine and beer. As-p--s-as ----- -i--o-- ----e--. A_ p______ b____ v____ e c_______ A- p-s-o-s b-b-m v-n-o e c-r-e-a- --------------------------------- As pessoas bebem vinho e cerveja. 0
Do you drink alcohol? B-b-s -l-oo-? B____ á______ B-b-s á-c-o-? ------------- Bebes álcool? 0
Do you drink whisky / whiskey (am.)? Be-e- --sq--? B____ u______ B-b-s u-s-u-? ------------- Bebes uísque? 0
Do you drink Coke with rum? B--e---o---Col---------? B____ C___ C___ c__ r___ B-b-s C-c- C-l- c-m r-m- ------------------------ Bebes Coca Cola com rum? 0
I do not like champagne. E- -ã---o-t- -- e-p--ante. E_ n__ g____ d_ e_________ E- n-o g-s-o d- e-p-m-n-e- -------------------------- Eu não gosto de espumante. 0
I do not like wine. Eu não --s---d--v----. E_ n__ g____ d_ v_____ E- n-o g-s-o d- v-n-o- ---------------------- Eu não gosto de vinho. 0
I do not like beer. E--n-o-----o--e --rv-j-. E_ n__ g____ d_ c_______ E- n-o g-s-o d- c-r-e-a- ------------------------ Eu não gosto de cerveja. 0
The baby likes milk. O b-b- ---t--d- --i--. O b___ g____ d_ l_____ O b-b- g-s-a d- l-i-e- ---------------------- O bebé gosta de leite. 0
The child likes cocoa and apple juice. A--r-ança go-t---e----c----- ----t- e -- -u----e-m--ã. A c______ g____ d_ c________ q_____ e d_ s___ d_ m____ A c-i-n-a g-s-a d- c-o-o-a-e q-e-t- e d- s-m- d- m-ç-. ------------------------------------------------------ A criança gosta de chocolate quente e de sumo de maçã. 0
The woman likes orange and grapefruit juice. A mulh-- ----a-d--s--o--- ---a-ja---de -u-- d----r--j-. A m_____ g____ d_ s___ d_ l______ e d_ s___ d_ t_______ A m-l-e- g-s-a d- s-m- d- l-r-n-a e d- s-m- d- t-r-n-a- ------------------------------------------------------- A mulher gosta de sumo de laranja e de sumo de toranja. 0

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