en At the restaurant 3   »   cs V restauraci 3

31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

At the restaurant 3

31 [třicet jedna]

V restauraci 3

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I would like a starter. Ch-ě----c--ěl--byc----j-k- př--k--. Chtěl / chtěla bych nějaký předkrm. C-t-l / c-t-l- b-c- n-j-k- p-e-k-m- ----------------------------------- Chtěl / chtěla bych nějaký předkrm. 0
I would like a salad. Dá---i-sa-át. Dám si salát. D-m s- s-l-t- ------------- Dám si salát. 0
I would like a soup. Dám-si polévku. Dám si polévku. D-m s- p-l-v-u- --------------- Dám si polévku. 0
I would like a dessert. D-- -i-ně-a-- z--use-. Dám si nějaký zákusek. D-m s- n-j-k- z-k-s-k- ---------------------- Dám si nějaký zákusek. 0
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream. D-- s- zm---in- s- -leha-kou. Dám si zmrzlinu se šlehačkou. D-m s- z-r-l-n- s- š-e-a-k-u- ----------------------------- Dám si zmrzlinu se šlehačkou. 0
I would like some fruit or cheese. Dám-s--o--c----b- ---. Dám si ovoce nebo sýr. D-m s- o-o-e n-b- s-r- ---------------------- Dám si ovoce nebo sýr. 0
We would like to have breakfast. Chtě-----c--m ----íd-t. Chtěli bychom posnídat. C-t-l- b-c-o- p-s-í-a-. ----------------------- Chtěli bychom posnídat. 0
We would like to have lunch. C--ěli by--o------va-. Chtěli bychom obědvat. C-t-l- b-c-o- o-ě-v-t- ---------------------- Chtěli bychom obědvat. 0
We would like to have dinner. C-těl- b-c--m-pov--e--t. Chtěli bychom povečeřet. C-t-l- b-c-o- p-v-č-ř-t- ------------------------ Chtěli bychom povečeřet. 0
What would you like for breakfast? C------t- ch-ít k -níd-n-? Co budete chtít k snídani? C- b-d-t- c-t-t k s-í-a-i- -------------------------- Co budete chtít k snídani? 0
Rolls with jam and honey? H------s ma-melá----a-mede-? Housky s marmeládou a medem? H-u-k- s m-r-e-á-o- a m-d-m- ---------------------------- Housky s marmeládou a medem? 0
Toast with sausage and cheese? T---t se-s--á-e-------em? Toast se salámem a sýrem? T-a-t s- s-l-m-m a s-r-m- ------------------------- Toast se salámem a sýrem? 0
A boiled egg? V-ře-é---jce? Vařené vejce? V-ř-n- v-j-e- ------------- Vařené vejce? 0
A fried egg? V-lské ok-? Volské oko? V-l-k- o-o- ----------- Volské oko? 0
An omelette? Ome--t-? Omeletu? O-e-e-u- -------- Omeletu? 0
Another yoghurt, please. Je--ě -e--- ---u-t, pr--í-. Ještě jeden jogurt, prosím. J-š-ě j-d-n j-g-r-, p-o-í-. --------------------------- Ještě jeden jogurt, prosím. 0
Some salt and pepper also, please. J--t- -ůl-a-pe-ř, p---í-. Ještě sůl a pepř, prosím. J-š-ě s-l a p-p-, p-o-í-. ------------------------- Ještě sůl a pepř, prosím. 0
Another glass of water, please. Je-tě-sklenic- -ody, pr----. Ještě sklenici vody, prosím. J-š-ě s-l-n-c- v-d-, p-o-í-. ---------------------------- Ještě sklenici vody, prosím. 0

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