en At the restaurant 2   »   sv På restaurangen 2

30 [thirty]

At the restaurant 2

At the restaurant 2

30 [trettio]

På restaurangen 2

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An apple juice, please. aaaaa E- äp---ju-ce, tac-. E- ä---------- t---- E- ä-p-l-u-c-, t-c-. -------------------- En äppeljuice, tack. 0
A lemonade, please. aaaaa En l-m-n-- /-------t-ck. E- l------ / l---- t---- E- l-m-n-d / l-s-, t-c-. ------------------------ En lemonad / läsk, tack. 0
A tomato juice, please. aaaaa E- t----ju-ce,----k. E- t---------- t---- E- t-m-t-u-c-, t-c-. -------------------- En tomatjuice, tack. 0
I’d like a glass of red wine. aaaaa J-g sk---e-v-lja-h- ett -l-- r--t----. J-- s----- v---- h- e-- g--- r--- v--- J-g s-u-l- v-l-a h- e-t g-a- r-t- v-n- -------------------------------------- Jag skulle vilja ha ett glas rött vin. 0
I’d like a glass of white wine. aaaaa J-g-s---le--i-j--h----t---as vi-t--in. J-- s----- v---- h- e-- g--- v--- v--- J-g s-u-l- v-l-a h- e-t g-a- v-t- v-n- -------------------------------------- Jag skulle vilja ha ett glas vitt vin. 0
I’d like a bottle of champagne. aaaaa J-g-s----e--ilja h- ---flas-- --u---r-nd---in. J-- s----- v---- h- e- f----- m---------- v--- J-g s-u-l- v-l-a h- e- f-a-k- m-u-s-r-n-e v-n- ---------------------------------------------- Jag skulle vilja ha en flaska mousserande vin. 0
Do you like fish? aaaaa T--k-r-d- om f--k? T----- d- o- f---- T-c-e- d- o- f-s-? ------------------ Tycker du om fisk? 0
Do you like beef? aaaaa Tyc-e--d- -- n-----t? T----- d- o- n------- T-c-e- d- o- n-t-ö-t- --------------------- Tycker du om nötkött? 0
Do you like pork? aaaaa Tyck---d------ri-köt-? T----- d- o- g-------- T-c-e- d- o- g-i-k-t-? ---------------------- Tycker du om griskött? 0
I’d like something without meat. aaaaa Jag --u--e vi-----a ----t -tan--ö--. J-- s----- v---- h- n---- u--- k---- J-g s-u-l- v-l-a h- n-g-t u-a- k-t-. ------------------------------------ Jag skulle vilja ha något utan kött. 0
I’d like some mixed vegetables. aaaaa J-g-s-u--- v---a ha e- gr-nsak-ta-lr--. J-- s----- v---- h- e- g--------------- J-g s-u-l- v-l-a h- e- g-ö-s-k-t-l-r-k- --------------------------------------- Jag skulle vilja ha en grönsakstallrik. 0
I’d like something that won’t take much time. aaaaa Ja- s-ulle-vi-j--h- -ågo- --- int--t-r --ng---d. J-- s----- v---- h- n---- s-- i--- t-- l--- t--- J-g s-u-l- v-l-a h- n-g-t s-m i-t- t-r l-n- t-d- ------------------------------------------------ Jag skulle vilja ha något som inte tar lång tid. 0
Would you like that with rice? aaaaa Vil--n- h--r-- till -et? V--- n- h- r-- t--- d--- V-l- n- h- r-s t-l- d-t- ------------------------ Vill ni ha ris till det? 0
Would you like that with pasta? aaaaa Vi-l-n- h- n--lar--i-- -e-? V--- n- h- n----- t--- d--- V-l- n- h- n-d-a- t-l- d-t- --------------------------- Vill ni ha nudlar till det? 0
Would you like that with potatoes? aaaaa V-ll n--h- potat-- t--l de-? V--- n- h- p------ t--- d--- V-l- n- h- p-t-t-s t-l- d-t- ---------------------------- Vill ni ha potatis till det? 0
That doesn’t taste good. aaaaa De--d-r tyc-er ja- -nt---m. D-- d-- t----- j-- i--- o-- D-t d-r t-c-e- j-g i-t- o-. --------------------------- Det där tycker jag inte om. 0
The food is cold. aaaaa Ma--n--r-k---. M---- ä- k---- M-t-n ä- k-l-. -------------- Maten är kall. 0
I didn’t order this. aaaaa D-- d------ jag i-t- b-stä-l-. D-- d-- h-- j-- i--- b-------- D-t d-r h-r j-g i-t- b-s-ä-l-. ------------------------------ Det där har jag inte beställt. 0

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