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en At the restaurant 3   »   no På restaurant 3

31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

At the restaurant 3

31 [trettien]

På restaurant 3

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I would like a starter. J-g-vil g-e-ne ha-e- f--r---. J__ v__ g_____ h_ e_ f_______ J-g v-l g-e-n- h- e- f-r-e-t- ----------------------------- Jeg vil gjerne ha en forrett. 0
I would like a salad. Jeg vil--jern- ----n ---a-. J__ v__ g_____ h_ e_ s_____ J-g v-l g-e-n- h- e- s-l-t- --------------------------- Jeg vil gjerne ha en salat. 0
I would like a soup. J-g----------e ha--n---pp-. J__ v__ g_____ h_ e_ s_____ J-g v-l g-e-n- h- e- s-p-e- --------------------------- Jeg vil gjerne ha en suppe. 0
I would like a dessert. J----il---er-e h---e--e-t. J__ v__ g_____ h_ d_______ J-g v-l g-e-n- h- d-s-e-t- -------------------------- Jeg vil gjerne ha dessert. 0
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream. J-g --l------e h- i- --d kr--fl--e. J__ v__ g_____ h_ i_ m__ k_________ J-g v-l g-e-n- h- i- m-d k-e-f-ø-e- ----------------------------------- Jeg vil gjerne ha is med kremfløte. 0
I would like some fruit or cheese. J---vil---ern--ha-fru-t-e-l-r--st. J__ v__ g_____ h_ f____ e____ o___ J-g v-l g-e-n- h- f-u-t e-l-r o-t- ---------------------------------- Jeg vil gjerne ha frukt eller ost. 0
We would like to have breakfast. Vi--i- g--rn- spis--fro---t. V_ v__ g_____ s____ f_______ V- v-l g-e-n- s-i-e f-o-o-t- ---------------------------- Vi vil gjerne spise frokost. 0
We would like to have lunch. V--v-- g-er---sp-s- m----g. V_ v__ g_____ s____ m______ V- v-l g-e-n- s-i-e m-d-a-. --------------------------- Vi vil gjerne spise middag. 0
We would like to have dinner. Vi v-l-gj--n- ---s--kv--dsm--. V_ v__ g_____ s____ k_________ V- v-l g-e-n- s-i-e k-e-d-m-t- ------------------------------ Vi vil gjerne spise kveldsmat. 0
What would you like for breakfast? Hva---sk-r--- ---- t-l ---ko-t? H__ ø_____ d_ å h_ t__ f_______ H-a ø-s-e- d- å h- t-l f-o-o-t- ------------------------------- Hva ønsker du å ha til frokost? 0
Rolls with jam and honey? Ru---ty--er---d --ltetøy--g--on---g? R__________ m__ s_______ o_ h_______ R-n-s-y-k-r m-d s-l-e-ø- o- h-n-i-g- ------------------------------------ Rundstykker med syltetøy og honning? 0
Toast with sausage and cheese? Toas- m---p-lse-og----? T____ m__ p____ o_ o___ T-a-t m-d p-l-e o- o-t- ----------------------- Toast med pølse og ost? 0
A boiled egg? Et-ko-t-e--? E_ k___ e___ E- k-k- e-g- ------------ Et kokt egg? 0
A fried egg? Et----i----? E_ s________ E- s-e-l-g-? ------------ Et speilegg? 0
An omelette? E- o-e-ett? E_ o_______ E- o-e-e-t- ----------- En omelett? 0
Another yoghurt, please. Ka---e--få -n-j--u-t? K__ j__ f_ e_ j______ K-n j-g f- e- j-g-r-? --------------------- Kan jeg få en jogurt? 0
Some salt and pepper also, please. K-- jeg ----alt o- --ppe-? K__ j__ f_ s___ o_ p______ K-n j-g f- s-l- o- p-p-e-? -------------------------- Kan jeg få salt og pepper? 0
Another glass of water, please. Ka- -eg få et ----- --n-? K__ j__ f_ e_ g____ v____ K-n j-g f- e- g-a-s v-n-? ------------------------- Kan jeg få et glass vann? 0

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