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31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3

At the restaurant 3

31 [tridsaťjeden]

V reštaurácii 3

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I would like a starter. D-- -- s-- si p-ed-edlo. Dal by som si predjedlo. D-l b- s-m s- p-e-j-d-o- ------------------------ Dal by som si predjedlo. 0
I would like a salad. Da--by --m--i-ša--t. Dal by som si šalát. D-l b- s-m s- š-l-t- -------------------- Dal by som si šalát. 0
I would like a soup. Da- -y-s-- -i---l-ev-u. Dal by som si polievku. D-l b- s-m s- p-l-e-k-. ----------------------- Dal by som si polievku. 0
I would like a dessert. D----y--om-s--dezert. Dal by som si dezert. D-l b- s-m s- d-z-r-. --------------------- Dal by som si dezert. 0
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream. D--a by s-m-s--z--zl--u so-š-ahačko-. Dala by som si zmrzlinu so šľahačkou. D-l- b- s-m s- z-r-l-n- s- š-a-a-k-u- ------------------------------------- Dala by som si zmrzlinu so šľahačkou. 0
I would like some fruit or cheese. D-l- ---so- si--voc-----e-o--yr. Dala by som si ovocie alebo syr. D-l- b- s-m s- o-o-i- a-e-o s-r- -------------------------------- Dala by som si ovocie alebo syr. 0
We would like to have breakfast. R-di by --e-sa--a--ňa-kovali. Radi by sme sa naraňajkovali. R-d- b- s-e s- n-r-ň-j-o-a-i- ----------------------------- Radi by sme sa naraňajkovali. 0
We would like to have lunch. Rad- b- --e sa -a-----v-l-. Radi by sme sa naobedovali. R-d- b- s-e s- n-o-e-o-a-i- --------------------------- Radi by sme sa naobedovali. 0
We would like to have dinner. Ra----- -me--a -aveče---i. Radi by sme sa navečerali. R-d- b- s-e s- n-v-č-r-l-. -------------------------- Radi by sme sa navečerali. 0
What would you like for breakfast? Č--c--et--ra-aj-o-ať? Čo chcete raňajkovať? Č- c-c-t- r-ň-j-o-a-? --------------------- Čo chcete raňajkovať? 0
Rolls with jam and honey? Že--e---m-rme------a-med--? Žemle s marmeládou a medom? Ž-m-e s m-r-e-á-o- a m-d-m- --------------------------- Žemle s marmeládou a medom? 0
Toast with sausage and cheese? T-ast -- s-l---u-- s-r-m? Toast so salámou a syrom? T-a-t s- s-l-m-u a s-r-m- ------------------------- Toast so salámou a syrom? 0
A boiled egg? U-ar--é-v-j--ko? Uvarené vajíčko? U-a-e-é v-j-č-o- ---------------- Uvarené vajíčko? 0
A fried egg? V--s----ko? Volské oko? V-l-k- o-o- ----------- Volské oko? 0
An omelette? O--letu? Omeletu? O-e-e-u- -------- Omeletu? 0
Another yoghurt, please. Ešt--j-----jo-ur-- p-osím. Ešte jeden jogurt, prosím. E-t- j-d-n j-g-r-, p-o-í-. -------------------------- Ešte jeden jogurt, prosím. 0
Some salt and pepper also, please. E-te-s---a---r-nie,------m. Ešte soľ a korenie, prosím. E-t- s-ľ a k-r-n-e- p-o-í-. --------------------------- Ešte soľ a korenie, prosím. 0
Another glass of water, please. Eš-- po--r--o-y- p---ím. Ešte pohár vody, prosím. E-t- p-h-r v-d-, p-o-í-. ------------------------ Ešte pohár vody, prosím. 0

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