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en At the train station   »   da På stationen

33 [thirty-three]

At the train station

At the train station

33 [treogtredive]

På stationen

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When is the next train to Berlin? H-o---- ---------æst---og t-l ------? H______ g__ d__ n____ t__ t__ B______ H-o-n-r g-r d-t n-s-e t-g t-l B-r-i-? ------------------------------------- Hvornår går det næste tog til Berlin? 0
When is the next train to Paris? H----å---å- det -æ-t- t-g-t-l--ar--? H______ g__ d__ n____ t__ t__ P_____ H-o-n-r g-r d-t n-s-e t-g t-l P-r-s- ------------------------------------ Hvornår går det næste tog til Paris? 0
When is the next train to London? Hvo-når-g-r---- n-ste --g--i- Londo-? H______ g__ d__ n____ t__ t__ L______ H-o-n-r g-r d-t n-s-e t-g t-l L-n-o-? ------------------------------------- Hvornår går det næste tog til London? 0
When does the train for Warsaw leave? H-or--r -år----et --l--arszawa? H______ g__ t____ t__ W________ H-o-n-r g-r t-g-t t-l W-r-z-w-? ------------------------------- Hvornår går toget til Warszawa? 0
When does the train for Stockholm leave? H-o-n-r-går-----t til St---h--m? H______ g__ t____ t__ S_________ H-o-n-r g-r t-g-t t-l S-o-k-o-m- -------------------------------- Hvornår går toget til Stockholm? 0
When does the train for Budapest leave? H---når-g---t-ge--t-l-B-da----? H______ g__ t____ t__ B________ H-o-n-r g-r t-g-t t-l B-d-p-s-? ------------------------------- Hvornår går toget til Budapest? 0
I’d like a ticket to Madrid. Je--v---g--ne --ve -n b--le- -i--Mad--d. J__ v__ g____ h___ e_ b_____ t__ M______ J-g v-l g-r-e h-v- e- b-l-e- t-l M-d-i-. ---------------------------------------- Jeg vil gerne have en billet til Madrid. 0
I’d like a ticket to Prague. J-- -i--ge-ne -----en-b-l--t--i- -rag. J__ v__ g____ h___ e_ b_____ t__ P____ J-g v-l g-r-e h-v- e- b-l-e- t-l P-a-. -------------------------------------- Jeg vil gerne have en billet til Prag. 0
I’d like a ticket to Bern. J-g-v---g--n--h-ve-en-bi---t -i---e-l--. J__ v__ g____ h___ e_ b_____ t__ B______ J-g v-l g-r-e h-v- e- b-l-e- t-l B-r-i-. ---------------------------------------- Jeg vil gerne have en billet til Berlin. 0
When does the train arrive in Vienna? H-o-når -n-o--e---o-e--til W-e-? H______ a_______ t____ t__ W____ H-o-n-r a-k-m-e- t-g-t t-l W-e-? -------------------------------- Hvornår ankommer toget til Wien? 0
When does the train arrive in Moscow? Hv-rnår -n--mm-- t--e--til--o-kv-? H______ a_______ t____ t__ M______ H-o-n-r a-k-m-e- t-g-t t-l M-s-v-? ---------------------------------- Hvornår ankommer toget til Moskva? 0
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam? H-o-nå- a--omm-- tog-t -il Amste-da-? H______ a_______ t____ t__ A_________ H-o-n-r a-k-m-e- t-g-t t-l A-s-e-d-m- ------------------------------------- Hvornår ankommer toget til Amsterdam? 0
Do I have to change trains? Skal j-g-s-i--e? S___ j__ s______ S-a- j-g s-i-t-? ---------------- Skal jeg skifte? 0
From which platform does the train leave? F-a-hv--ket-sp-- a--år-t-get? F__ h______ s___ a____ t_____ F-a h-i-k-t s-o- a-g-r t-g-t- ----------------------------- Fra hvilket spor afgår toget? 0
Does the train have sleepers? Er-der -- sovev-gn-- ----t? E_ d__ e_ s_______ i t_____ E- d-r e- s-v-v-g- i t-g-t- --------------------------- Er der en sovevogn i toget? 0
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels. Je- s--l --n-hav---n-en-e-tb----t -il----x---es. J__ s___ k__ h___ e_ e___________ t__ B_________ J-g s-a- k-n h-v- e- e-k-l-b-l-e- t-l B-u-e-l-s- ------------------------------------------------ Jeg skal kun have en enkeltbillet til Bruxelles. 0
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen. Jeg------e--e --v---n-r--ur-illet til-K-b-n-a--. J__ v__ g____ h___ e_ r__________ t__ K_________ J-g v-l g-r-e h-v- e- r-t-r-i-l-t t-l K-b-n-a-n- ------------------------------------------------ Jeg vil gerne have en returbillet til København. 0
What does a berth in the sleeper cost? H-ad-k--t-- -n p---s - s-v---gne-? H___ k_____ e_ p____ i s__________ H-a- k-s-e- e- p-a-s i s-v-v-g-e-? ---------------------------------- Hvad koster en plads i sovevognen? 0

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