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31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

At the restaurant 3

31 [treizeci şi unu]

La restaurant 3

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I would like a starter. Dore---u- ----i--v. Doresc un aperitiv. D-r-s- u- a-e-i-i-. ------------------- Doresc un aperitiv. 0
I would like a salad. D-resc-o-sal--ă. Doresc o salată. D-r-s- o s-l-t-. ---------------- Doresc o salată. 0
I would like a soup. Dor-sc - s---. Doresc o supă. D-r-s- o s-p-. -------------- Doresc o supă. 0
I would like a dessert. D---sc--- d-se-t. Doresc un desert. D-r-s- u- d-s-r-. ----------------- Doresc un desert. 0
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream. Do-e-- --înghe--tă ----riş--. Doresc o îngheţată cu frişcă. D-r-s- o î-g-e-a-ă c- f-i-c-. ----------------------------- Doresc o îngheţată cu frişcă. 0
I would like some fruit or cheese. Do-es--f-uc-- -a----â---. Doresc fructe sau brânză. D-r-s- f-u-t- s-u b-â-z-. ------------------------- Doresc fructe sau brânză. 0
We would like to have breakfast. Vrem s-------m-cul-de--n. Vrem să luăm micul dejun. V-e- s- l-ă- m-c-l d-j-n- ------------------------- Vrem să luăm micul dejun. 0
We would like to have lunch. Vr-- să m---ăm pr-nzul. Vrem să mâncăm prânzul. V-e- s- m-n-ă- p-â-z-l- ----------------------- Vrem să mâncăm prânzul. 0
We would like to have dinner. Vrem-s---i--m. Vrem să cinăm. V-e- s- c-n-m- -------------- Vrem să cinăm. 0
What would you like for breakfast? C- -o--ţi--a-mi--l de-un? Ce doriţi la micul dejun? C- d-r-ţ- l- m-c-l d-j-n- ------------------------- Ce doriţi la micul dejun? 0
Rolls with jam and honey? Chi--ă c- --- şi-m--r-? Chiflă cu gem şi miere? C-i-l- c- g-m ş- m-e-e- ----------------------- Chiflă cu gem şi miere? 0
Toast with sausage and cheese? P---e--r-ji-ă -u-s-la- -i-b-ân-ă? Pâine prăjită cu salam şi brânză? P-i-e p-ă-i-ă c- s-l-m ş- b-â-z-? --------------------------------- Pâine prăjită cu salam şi brânză? 0
A boiled egg? U--o- f----? Un ou fiert? U- o- f-e-t- ------------ Un ou fiert? 0
A fried egg? U- -chi? Un ochi? U- o-h-? -------- Un ochi? 0
An omelette? O o---t-? O omletă? O o-l-t-? --------- O omletă? 0
Another yoghurt, please. V--rog înc------aurt. Vă rog încă un iaurt. V- r-g î-c- u- i-u-t- --------------------- Vă rog încă un iaurt. 0
Some salt and pepper also, please. Vă r-g încă-s--e ş---ip--. Vă rog încă sare şi piper. V- r-g î-c- s-r- ş- p-p-r- -------------------------- Vă rog încă sare şi piper. 0
Another glass of water, please. Vă -----n-p--ar--u-ap-. Vă rog un pahar cu apă. V- r-g u- p-h-r c- a-ă- ----------------------- Vă rog un pahar cu apă. 0

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