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en At the restaurant 3   »   id Di Restoran 3

31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

At the restaurant 3

31 [tiga puluh satu]

Di Restoran 3

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I would like a starter. S-ya in----maka--- p-mb---. S___ i____ m______ p_______ S-y- i-g-n m-k-n-n p-m-u-a- --------------------------- Saya ingin makanan pembuka. 0
I would like a salad. Saya-----n-------. S___ i____ s______ S-y- i-g-n s-l-d-. ------------------ Saya ingin selada. 0
I would like a soup. Saya -n-i- -up. S___ i____ s___ S-y- i-g-n s-p- --------------- Saya ingin sup. 0
I would like a dessert. Sa-a ----n m--a-a- ---u---. S___ i____ m______ p_______ S-y- i-g-n m-k-n-n p-n-t-p- --------------------------- Saya ingin makanan penutup. 0
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream. S--- ing-- es--e------rim. S___ i____ e_ d_____ k____ S-y- i-g-n e- d-n-a- k-i-. -------------------------- Saya ingin es dengan krim. 0
I would like some fruit or cheese. S--a -ngi- --ah-----an-a-au-k--u. S___ i____ b__________ a___ k____ S-y- i-g-n b-a---u-h-n a-a- k-j-. --------------------------------- Saya ingin buah-buahan atau keju. 0
We would like to have breakfast. K------gin-----pan. K___ i____ s_______ K-m- i-g-n s-r-p-n- ------------------- Kami ingin sarapan. 0
We would like to have lunch. Ka-i-i-gin -aka- siang. K___ i____ m____ s_____ K-m- i-g-n m-k-n s-a-g- ----------------------- Kami ingin makan siang. 0
We would like to have dinner. K--i i--in--a-a- -a---. K___ i____ m____ m_____ K-m- i-g-n m-k-n m-l-m- ----------------------- Kami ingin makan malam. 0
What would you like for breakfast? Ap- --n- -nda i-g-nka--u--u--sa-a-a-? A__ y___ A___ i_______ u____ s_______ A-a y-n- A-d- i-g-n-a- u-t-k s-r-p-n- ------------------------------------- Apa yang Anda inginkan untuk sarapan? 0
Rolls with jam and honey? Roti-d-n-a- s-lai --n-m-d-? R___ d_____ s____ d__ m____ R-t- d-n-a- s-l-i d-n m-d-? --------------------------- Roti dengan selai dan madu? 0
Toast with sausage and cheese? R-ti-pan---n--denga- so-is--a- -ej-? R___ p_______ d_____ s____ d__ k____ R-t- p-n-g-n- d-n-a- s-s-s d-n k-j-? ------------------------------------ Roti panggang dengan sosis dan keju? 0
A boiled egg? Te--r-re---? T____ r_____ T-l-r r-b-s- ------------ Telur rebus? 0
A fried egg? T-lu- ma-a--ap-? T____ m___ s____ T-l-r m-t- s-p-? ---------------- Telur mata sapi? 0
An omelette? Te-u-----a-? T____ d_____ T-l-r d-d-r- ------------ Telur dadar? 0
Another yoghurt, please. T---ng a-bilk-n-y-gurt. T_____ a_______ y______ T-l-n- a-b-l-a- y-g-r-. ----------------------- Tolong ambilkan yogurt. 0
Some salt and pepper also, please. T-long --b---an---ram -a--m-rica. T_____ a_______ g____ d__ m______ T-l-n- a-b-l-a- g-r-m d-n m-r-c-. --------------------------------- Tolong ambilkan garam dan merica. 0
Another glass of water, please. Tol-ng--m-i---n-s-g-las-a--. T_____ a_______ s______ a___ T-l-n- a-b-l-a- s-g-l-s a-r- ---------------------------- Tolong ambilkan segelas air. 0

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