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24 [twenty-four]



24 [Hai mươi tư]

Cuộc hẹn

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Did you miss the bus? Bạn -- n-- x- -u----ồ- à? B__ b_ n__ x_ b___ r__ à_ B-n b- n-ỡ x- b-ý- r-i à- ------------------------- Bạn bị nhỡ xe buýt rồi à? 0
I waited for you for half an hour. T-- -ã---i --- nửa-tiế----ồi. T__ đ_ đ__ b__ n__ t____ r___ T-i đ- đ-i b-n n-a t-ế-g r-i- ----------------------------- Tôi đã đợi bạn nửa tiếng rồi. 0
Don’t you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? Bạ- không-man- -----đi-n ----- -i độ-- -ao? B__ k____ m___ t___ đ___ t____ d_ đ___ s___ B-n k-ô-g m-n- t-e- đ-ệ- t-o-i d- đ-n- s-o- ------------------------------------------- Bạn không mang theo điện thoại di động sao? 0
Be punctual next time! Lầ- s-- hãy-----đ-n- -i- n-é! L__ s__ h__ đ__ đ___ g__ n___ L-n s-u h-y đ-n đ-n- g-ờ n-é- ----------------------------- Lần sau hãy đến đúng giờ nhé! 0
Take a taxi next time! L-n s-u --- x--tắ--xi đ--n-é! L__ s__ l__ x_ t__ x_ đ_ n___ L-n s-u l-y x- t-c x- đ- n-é- ----------------------------- Lần sau lấy xe tắc xi đi nhé! 0
Take an umbrella with you next time! L-n -au -h-------t----mộ------ô - -ù! L__ s__ n__ m___ t___ m__ c__ ô / d__ L-n s-u n-ớ m-n- t-e- m-t c-i ô / d-! ------------------------------------- Lần sau nhớ mang theo một cái ô / dù! 0
I have the day off tomorrow. Ng-y mai tô- ---c--ghỉ. N___ m__ t__ đ___ n____ N-à- m-i t-i đ-ợ- n-h-. ----------------------- Ngày mai tôi được nghỉ. 0
Shall we meet tomorrow? Ng-- --i-ch--- ta -ó g---n--u khôn-? N___ m__ c____ t_ c_ g__ n___ k_____ N-à- m-i c-ú-g t- c- g-p n-a- k-ô-g- ------------------------------------ Ngày mai chúng ta có gặp nhau không? 0
I’m sorry, I can’t make it tomorrow. X---l-i-n--, --ày -a- tô---hô-g -------i. X__ l__ n___ n___ m__ t__ k____ r___ r___ X-n l-i n-é- n-à- m-i t-i k-ô-g r-n- r-i- ----------------------------------------- Xin lỗi nhé, ngày mai tôi không rảnh rỗi. 0
Do you already have plans for this weekend? Cu-i t--- -ày -ạn c- -ự ------- ---a? C___ t___ n__ b__ c_ d_ đ___ g_ c____ C-ố- t-ầ- n-y b-n c- d- đ-n- g- c-ư-? ------------------------------------- Cuối tuần này bạn có dự định gì chưa? 0
Or do you already have an appointment? Hay-b---đ- -- hẹ--rồi? H__ b__ đ_ c_ h__ r___ H-y b-n đ- c- h-n r-i- ---------------------- Hay bạn đã có hẹn rồi? 0
I suggest that we meet on the weekend. T-- đề-n-h-, -húng ta--ặ- ------ào --ối tu--. T__ đ_ n____ c____ t_ g__ n___ v__ c___ t____ T-i đ- n-h-, c-ú-g t- g-p n-a- v-o c-ố- t-ầ-. --------------------------------------------- Tôi đề nghị, chúng ta gặp nhau vào cuối tuần. 0
Shall we have a picnic? Chúng -a ----- --oại -hông? C____ t_ đ_ d_ n____ k_____ C-ú-g t- đ- d- n-o-i k-ô-g- --------------------------- Chúng ta đi dã ngoại không? 0
Shall we go to the beach? C--n-----r- b----------ng? C____ t_ r_ b_ b___ k_____ C-ú-g t- r- b- b-ể- k-ô-g- -------------------------- Chúng ta ra bờ biển không? 0
Shall we go to the mountains? Chú-- -a--i--ên-n----h-n-? C____ t_ đ_ l__ n__ k_____ C-ú-g t- đ- l-n n-i k-ô-g- -------------------------- Chúng ta đi lên núi không? 0
I will pick you up at the office. T----ón-b-- ở -ă---hòn- -h-. T__ đ__ b__ ở v__ p____ n___ T-i đ-n b-n ở v-n p-ò-g n-é- ---------------------------- Tôi đón bạn ở văn phòng nhé. 0
I will pick you up at home. Tô--đ-n --- ở--h-. T__ đ__ b__ ở n___ T-i đ-n b-n ở n-à- ------------------ Tôi đón bạn ở nhà. 0
I will pick you up at the bus stop. T-i-----bạn-ở b-n-/ --ạ- x- -u--. T__ đ__ b__ ở b__ / t___ x_ b____ T-i đ-n b-n ở b-n / t-ạ- x- b-ý-. --------------------------------- Tôi đón bạn ở bến / trạm xe buýt. 0

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