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31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

At the restaurant 3

31 [kolmkümmend üks]

Restoranis 3

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I would like a starter. M---o---ksi------oo-a. Ma sooviksin eelrooga. M- s-o-i-s-n e-l-o-g-. ---------------------- Ma sooviksin eelrooga. 0
I would like a salad. M--so--iksi--s-l-t-t. Ma sooviksin salatit. M- s-o-i-s-n s-l-t-t- --------------------- Ma sooviksin salatit. 0
I would like a soup. Ma ----ik--n-s-p--. Ma sooviksin suppi. M- s-o-i-s-n s-p-i- ------------------- Ma sooviksin suppi. 0
I would like a dessert. M- -o-vik--- ma-ust-i-u. Ma sooviksin magustoitu. M- s-o-i-s-n m-g-s-o-t-. ------------------------ Ma sooviksin magustoitu. 0
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream. M- sooviksin--o----- j--ti-t. Ma sooviksin koorega jäätist. M- s-o-i-s-n k-o-e-a j-ä-i-t- ----------------------------- Ma sooviksin koorega jäätist. 0
I would like some fruit or cheese. Ma-s-ovi-s-n p-uvi--- v-i j-u-t-. Ma sooviksin puuvilju või juustu. M- s-o-i-s-n p-u-i-j- v-i j-u-t-. --------------------------------- Ma sooviksin puuvilju või juustu. 0
We would like to have breakfast. Me -oov---ime h-mm--us- sü-a. Me sooviksime hommikust süüa. M- s-o-i-s-m- h-m-i-u-t s-ü-. ----------------------------- Me sooviksime hommikust süüa. 0
We would like to have lunch. M- -oov-ks-m--l-una---ü-a. Me sooviksime lõunat süüa. M- s-o-i-s-m- l-u-a- s-ü-. -------------------------- Me sooviksime lõunat süüa. 0
We would like to have dinner. M- --o-----me--h---t sü-a. Me sooviksime õhtust süüa. M- s-o-i-s-m- õ-t-s- s-ü-. -------------------------- Me sooviksime õhtust süüa. 0
What would you like for breakfast? M-d-----hom-ik---ö-iks -oo-i--? Mida te hommikusöögiks soovite? M-d- t- h-m-i-u-ö-g-k- s-o-i-e- ------------------------------- Mida te hommikusöögiks soovite? 0
Rolls with jam and honey? Sai-ke--arme---d---- --eg-? Saiake marmelaadi ja meega? S-i-k- m-r-e-a-d- j- m-e-a- --------------------------- Saiake marmelaadi ja meega? 0
Toast with sausage and cheese? Rö-t-a--vo--ti-j- --u-tug-? Röstsai vorsti ja juustuga? R-s-s-i v-r-t- j- j-u-t-g-? --------------------------- Röstsai vorsti ja juustuga? 0
A boiled egg? K-e--t-d -un-? Keedetud muna? K-e-e-u- m-n-? -------------- Keedetud muna? 0
A fried egg? P-a---d m---? Praetud muna? P-a-t-d m-n-? ------------- Praetud muna? 0
An omelette? Ük- om-ett? Üks omlett? Ü-s o-l-t-? ----------- Üks omlett? 0
Another yoghurt, please. P--u- v--l-----j-g---. Palun veel üks jogurt. P-l-n v-e- ü-s j-g-r-. ---------------------- Palun veel üks jogurt. 0
Some salt and pepper also, please. P-lun v-e- s-ol---a-p-p-r-. Palun veel soola ja pipart. P-l-n v-e- s-o-a j- p-p-r-. --------------------------- Palun veel soola ja pipart. 0
Another glass of water, please. Palun -e---ü-s -l--s vet-. Palun veel üks klaas vett. P-l-n v-e- ü-s k-a-s v-t-. -------------------------- Palun veel üks klaas vett. 0

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