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In the kitchen

In the kitchen

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Do you have a new kitchen? V-- --v i--ja-n----r-uv-? Vai tev ir jauna virtuve? V-i t-v i- j-u-a v-r-u-e- ------------------------- Vai tev ir jauna virtuve? 0
What do you want to cook today? Ko-------ie- vē--e- -at-vot? Ko tu šodien vēlies gatavot? K- t- š-d-e- v-l-e- g-t-v-t- ---------------------------- Ko tu šodien vēlies gatavot? 0
Do you cook on an electric or a gas stove? V-- -u -atavo----e---tr--------i--- gāzes p-ī--? Vai tu gatavo uz elektriskās vai uz gāzes plīts? V-i t- g-t-v- u- e-e-t-i-k-s v-i u- g-z-s p-ī-s- ------------------------------------------------ Vai tu gatavo uz elektriskās vai uz gāzes plīts? 0
Shall I cut the onions? Vai-m-n--a--i-zt ---ol--? Vai man sagriezt sīpolus? V-i m-n s-g-i-z- s-p-l-s- ------------------------- Vai man sagriezt sīpolus? 0
Shall I peel the potatoes? V---man-no-i-o- kar---eļus? Vai man nomizot kartupeļus? V-i m-n n-m-z-t k-r-u-e-u-? --------------------------- Vai man nomizot kartupeļus? 0
Shall I rinse the lettuce? V-i -a--n-ma---t---l-t-s? Vai man nomazgāt salātus? V-i m-n n-m-z-ā- s-l-t-s- ------------------------- Vai man nomazgāt salātus? 0
Where are the glasses? K----r --ā---? Kur ir glāzes? K-r i- g-ā-e-? -------------- Kur ir glāzes? 0
Where are the dishes? Kur--r--rau--? Kur ir trauki? K-r i- t-a-k-? -------------- Kur ir trauki? 0
Where is the cutlery / silverware (am.)? Ku- -r---l-a------r-mi? Kur ir galda piederumi? K-r i- g-l-a p-e-e-u-i- ----------------------- Kur ir galda piederumi? 0
Do you have a tin opener / can opener (am.)? Vai tev-i- --n---vu-kār-u -t-a--āmai-? Vai tev ir konservu kārbu attaisāmais? V-i t-v i- k-n-e-v- k-r-u a-t-i-ā-a-s- -------------------------------------- Vai tev ir konservu kārbu attaisāmais? 0
Do you have a bottle opener? V-- -e- -r ---eļ---t-ai-ā-a--? Vai tev ir pudeļu attaisāmais? V-i t-v i- p-d-ļ- a-t-i-ā-a-s- ------------------------------ Vai tev ir pudeļu attaisāmais? 0
Do you have a corkscrew? Va- te---r k-rķ- --ļ---? Vai tev ir korķu viļķis? V-i t-v i- k-r-u v-ļ-i-? ------------------------ Vai tev ir korķu viļķis? 0
Are you cooking the soup in this pot? Vai-tu--ār-s--zu-u-š----katlā? Vai tu vārīsi zupu šajā katlā? V-i t- v-r-s- z-p- š-j- k-t-ā- ------------------------------ Vai tu vārīsi zupu šajā katlā? 0
Are you frying the fish in this pan? V-i-tu--epsi z----šaj- p-nnā? Vai tu cepsi zivi šajā pannā? V-i t- c-p-i z-v- š-j- p-n-ā- ----------------------------- Vai tu cepsi zivi šajā pannā? 0
Are you grilling the vegetables on this grill? V-- t- gri--ē---dārz---- u--š--g-i-la? Vai tu grillēsi dārzeņus uz šī grilla? V-i t- g-i-l-s- d-r-e-u- u- š- g-i-l-? -------------------------------------- Vai tu grillēsi dārzeņus uz šī grilla? 0
I am setting the table. E-----ju ga-du. Es klāju galdu. E- k-ā-u g-l-u- --------------- Es klāju galdu. 0
Here are the knives, the forks and the spoons. Te -r -a--,--------s-u-----o-es. Te ir naži, dakšiņas un karotes. T- i- n-ž-, d-k-i-a- u- k-r-t-s- -------------------------------- Te ir naži, dakšiņas un karotes. 0
Here are the glasses, the plates and the napkins. Te-i- g--z-s- šķīvji-------v-t-s. Te ir glāzes, šķīvji un salvetes. T- i- g-ā-e-, š-ī-j- u- s-l-e-e-. --------------------------------- Te ir glāzes, šķīvji un salvetes. 0

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