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en In the city   »   et Linnas

25 [twenty-five]

In the city

In the city

25 [kakskümmend viis]

Linnas

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I would like to go to the station. Ma s-ovi-s -o-g--a--a --n--. Ma sooviks rongijaama minna. M- s-o-i-s r-n-i-a-m- m-n-a- ---------------------------- Ma sooviks rongijaama minna. 0
I would like to go to the airport. Ma ----i-- le--u-aa---m-nn-. Ma sooviks lennujaama minna. M- s-o-i-s l-n-u-a-m- m-n-a- ---------------------------- Ma sooviks lennujaama minna. 0
I would like to go to the city centre / center (am.). Ma s-o---- ke-kli-na -i--a. Ma sooviks kesklinna minna. M- s-o-i-s k-s-l-n-a m-n-a- --------------------------- Ma sooviks kesklinna minna. 0
How do I get to the station? K--da-------ma -on-i--am-? Kuidas saan ma rongijaama? K-i-a- s-a- m- r-n-i-a-m-? -------------------------- Kuidas saan ma rongijaama? 0
How do I get to the airport? K-i----sa-n--a le-n---a-a? Kuidas saan ma lennujaama? K-i-a- s-a- m- l-n-u-a-m-? -------------------------- Kuidas saan ma lennujaama? 0
How do I get to the city centre / center (am.)? Kuida- --a- ma-ke-------? Kuidas saan ma kesklinna? K-i-a- s-a- m- k-s-l-n-a- ------------------------- Kuidas saan ma kesklinna? 0
I need a taxi. Mul -- taks-------. Mul on taksot vaja. M-l o- t-k-o- v-j-. ------------------- Mul on taksot vaja. 0
I need a city map. Mu- o---in----ar-- ---a. Mul on linnakaarti vaja. M-l o- l-n-a-a-r-i v-j-. ------------------------ Mul on linnakaarti vaja. 0
I need a hotel. Mu--o- --t---i -a-a. Mul on hotelli vaja. M-l o- h-t-l-i v-j-. -------------------- Mul on hotelli vaja. 0
I would like to rent a car. M- s--v--s--uto--r-----a. Ma sooviks autot rentida. M- s-o-i-s a-t-t r-n-i-a- ------------------------- Ma sooviks autot rentida. 0
Here is my credit card. S--n-----u k------k--r-. Siin on mu krediitkaart. S-i- o- m- k-e-i-t-a-r-. ------------------------ Siin on mu krediitkaart. 0
Here is my licence / license (am.). Siin-on -u -uhi-uba. Siin on mu juhiluba. S-i- o- m- j-h-l-b-. -------------------- Siin on mu juhiluba. 0
What is there to see in the city? M-s--n lin-as--a-data? Mis on linnas vaadata? M-s o- l-n-a- v-a-a-a- ---------------------- Mis on linnas vaadata? 0
Go to the old city. Mi--- va---i-na. Minge vanalinna. M-n-e v-n-l-n-a- ---------------- Minge vanalinna. 0
Go on a city tour. Te--e-l-n-a- ------i-. Tehke linnas ringsõit. T-h-e l-n-a- r-n-s-i-. ---------------------- Tehke linnas ringsõit. 0
Go to the harbour / harbor (am.). Mi-g-------a---. Minge sadamasse. M-n-e s-d-m-s-e- ---------------- Minge sadamasse. 0
Go on a harbour / harbor (am.) tour. Teh-e-s-dam-r-ng-õi-. Tehke sadamaringsõit. T-h-e s-d-m-r-n-s-i-. --------------------- Tehke sadamaringsõit. 0
Are there any other places of interest? M-l--s-id-va-t--isv--r-u-- o--si-n--eel? Milliseid vaatamisväärsusi on siin veel? M-l-i-e-d v-a-a-i-v-ä-s-s- o- s-i- v-e-? ---------------------------------------- Milliseid vaatamisväärsusi on siin veel? 0

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