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24 [twenty-four]

Appointment

Appointment

24 [kaksikymmentäneljä]

Tapaaminen

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Did you miss the bus? My--ä--yit-ö-bus-i-ta? M___________ b________ M-ö-ä-t-i-k- b-s-i-t-? ---------------------- Myöhästyitkö bussista? 0
I waited for you for half an hour. O--tin sin-- --o---t---i-. O_____ s____ p____ t______ O-o-i- s-n-a p-o-i t-n-i-. -------------------------- Odotin sinua puoli tuntia. 0
Don’t you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? Eik- --nul-a-o-e kän-y---ä -u-a--si? E___ s______ o__ k________ m________ E-k- s-n-l-a o-e k-n-y-k-ä m-k-n-s-? ------------------------------------ Eikö sinulla ole kännykkää mukanasi? 0
Be punctual next time! Ol----s- --rr---a-aj-issa! O__ e___ k_______ a_______ O-e e-s- k-r-a-l- a-o-s-a- -------------------------- Ole ensi kerralla ajoissa! 0
Take a taxi next time! Tu-- e-si -e-ra-la----s-ll-! T___ e___ k_______ t________ T-l- e-s- k-r-a-l- t-k-i-l-! ---------------------------- Tule ensi kerralla taksilla! 0
Take an umbrella with you next time! Ot---n----err-l-a --te--------mu-a--! O__ e___ k_______ s__________ m______ O-a e-s- k-r-a-l- s-t-e-v-r-o m-k-a-! ------------------------------------- Ota ensi kerralla sateenvarjo mukaan! 0
I have the day off tomorrow. Huo--n---mi-u-la on--a-a--a. H_______ m______ o_ v_______ H-o-e-n- m-n-l-a o- v-p-a-a- ---------------------------- Huomenna minulla on vapaata. 0
Shall we meet tomorrow? T--at----o--uo-enna? T_________ h________ T-v-t-a-k- h-o-e-n-? -------------------- Tavataanko huomenna? 0
I’m sorry, I can’t make it tomorrow. Ol-n --h-illa----m-n--le--i-käy --o--nna. O___ p__________ m______ e_ k__ h________ O-e- p-h-i-l-n-, m-n-l-e e- k-y h-o-e-n-. ----------------------------------------- Olen pahoillani, minulle ei käy huomenna. 0
Do you already have plans for this weekend? O-k---inu-l---o -uunn-te---- ----e --------pull-? O___ s______ j_ s___________ t____ v_____________ O-k- s-n-l-a j- s-u-n-t-l-i- t-l-e v-i-o-l-p-l-e- ------------------------------------------------- Onko sinulla jo suunnitelmia tälle viikonlopulle? 0
Or do you already have an appointment? Vai -n-o -in-l-a ----------uun-i---m-a? V__ o___ s______ j_ m____ s____________ V-i o-k- s-n-l-a j- m-i-a s-u-n-t-l-i-? --------------------------------------- Vai onko sinulla jo muita suunnitelmia? 0
I suggest that we meet on the weekend. M-nä----ot--,----ä t----mme-v---o-l-pp--a. M___ e_______ e___ t_______ v_____________ M-n- e-d-t-n- e-t- t-p-a-m- v-i-o-l-p-u-a- ------------------------------------------ Minä ehdotan, että tapaamme viikonloppuna. 0
Shall we have a picnic? M---ä-nk- --kn-ki---? M________ p__________ M-n-ä-n-ö p-k-i-i-l-? --------------------- Mennäänkö piknikille? 0
Shall we go to the beach? Mennää--- --n-al--? M________ r________ M-n-ä-n-ö r-n-a-l-? ------------------- Mennäänkö rannalle? 0
Shall we go to the mountains? A-am--ko -uoril-e? A_______ v________ A-a-m-k- v-o-i-l-? ------------------ Ajammeko vuorille? 0
I will pick you up at the office. M-nä --en--in----o--i-tosta. M___ h___ s____ t___________ M-n- h-e- s-n-t t-i-i-t-s-a- ---------------------------- Minä haen sinut toimistosta. 0
I will pick you up at home. M----h--n-s-----kotoa. M___ h___ s____ k_____ M-n- h-e- s-n-t k-t-a- ---------------------- Minä haen sinut kotoa. 0
I will pick you up at the bus stop. Haen ----- bu-sipys------. H___ s____ b______________ H-e- s-n-t b-s-i-y-ä-i-t-. -------------------------- Haen sinut bussipysäkiltä. 0

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