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25 [twenty-five]

In the city

In the city

25 [dvadeset i pet]

U gradu

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I would like to go to the station. Ht-o /-h-j-la -ih--------e---č-i kol--vo-. Htio / htjela bih na željeznički kolodvor. H-i- / h-j-l- b-h n- ž-l-e-n-č-i k-l-d-o-. ------------------------------------------ Htio / htjela bih na željeznički kolodvor. 0
I would like to go to the airport. H--o --htje-a-bih--a---r--r--. Htio / htjela bih na aerodrom. H-i- / h-j-l- b-h n- a-r-d-o-. ------------------------------ Htio / htjela bih na aerodrom. 0
I would like to go to the city centre / center (am.). Hti-----t---- --- u---nta- g-a--. Htio / htjela bih u centar grada. H-i- / h-j-l- b-h u c-n-a- g-a-a- --------------------------------- Htio / htjela bih u centar grada. 0
How do I get to the station? Kak- -- d--em-d- -e--eznič-----ol-d-o--? Kako da dođem do željezničkog kolodvora? K-k- d- d-đ-m d- ž-l-e-n-č-o- k-l-d-o-a- ---------------------------------------- Kako da dođem do željezničkog kolodvora? 0
How do I get to the airport? Ka-o -a do--- -o-------o--? Kako da dođem do aerodroma? K-k- d- d-đ-m d- a-r-d-o-a- --------------------------- Kako da dođem do aerodroma? 0
How do I get to the city centre / center (am.)? Ka-- d- --đ-- do--entr- g-a-a? Kako da dođem do centra grada? K-k- d- d-đ-m d- c-n-r- g-a-a- ------------------------------ Kako da dođem do centra grada? 0
I need a taxi. Treb-m-t-k--. Trebam taksi. T-e-a- t-k-i- ------------- Trebam taksi. 0
I need a city map. Tr-b-- -l-n--r-d-. Trebam plan grada. T-e-a- p-a- g-a-a- ------------------ Trebam plan grada. 0
I need a hotel. T-e-a- h--el. Trebam hotel. T-e-a- h-t-l- ------------- Trebam hotel. 0
I would like to rent a car. Ht-o---htje-- --- izna--i-- -u-o. Htio / htjela bih iznajmiti auto. H-i- / h-j-l- b-h i-n-j-i-i a-t-. --------------------------------- Htio / htjela bih iznajmiti auto. 0
Here is my credit card. Ov-je-----o-a-k--d--n------ica. Ovdje je moja kreditna kartica. O-d-e j- m-j- k-e-i-n- k-r-i-a- ------------------------------- Ovdje je moja kreditna kartica. 0
Here is my licence / license (am.). O---- j- m-ja -oz-čka----v--a. Ovdje je moja vozačka dozvola. O-d-e j- m-j- v-z-č-a d-z-o-a- ------------------------------ Ovdje je moja vozačka dozvola. 0
What is there to see in the city? Š-- --a--id--------radu? Što ima vidjeti u gradu? Š-o i-a v-d-e-i u g-a-u- ------------------------ Što ima vidjeti u gradu? 0
Go to the old city. Id--e----t----g---. Idite u stari grad. I-i-e u s-a-i g-a-. ------------------- Idite u stari grad. 0
Go on a city tour. N-pravi---obil--a- g-ada. Napravite obilazak grada. N-p-a-i-e o-i-a-a- g-a-a- ------------------------- Napravite obilazak grada. 0
Go to the harbour / harbor (am.). I---- -- luke. Idite do luke. I-i-e d- l-k-. -------------- Idite do luke. 0
Go on a harbour / harbor (am.) tour. N-p---i----bil-z-k-l-ke. Napravite obilazak luke. N-p-a-i-e o-i-a-a- l-k-. ------------------------ Napravite obilazak luke. 0
Are there any other places of interest? Koje-----zna-en--os----os-oj-? Koje još znamenitosti postoje? K-j- j-š z-a-e-i-o-t- p-s-o-e- ------------------------------ Koje još znamenitosti postoje? 0

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