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en At the train station   »   fr A la gare

33 [thirty-three]

At the train station

At the train station

33 [trente-trois]

A la gare

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When is the next train to Berlin? Q-a-d----- l- -r-c-ain--rai- po-- ---l-n ? Q____ p___ l_ p_______ t____ p___ B_____ ? Q-a-d p-r- l- p-o-h-i- t-a-n p-u- B-r-i- ? ------------------------------------------ Quand part le prochain train pour Berlin ? 0
When is the next train to Paris? Q--n------ le --o-ha---trai- -o-r -aris ? Q____ p___ l_ p_______ t____ p___ P____ ? Q-a-d p-r- l- p-o-h-i- t-a-n p-u- P-r-s ? ----------------------------------------- Quand part le prochain train pour Paris ? 0
When is the next train to London? Q---d--a-t-le-proc-ai- t-a-- -our--on-res-? Q____ p___ l_ p_______ t____ p___ L______ ? Q-a-d p-r- l- p-o-h-i- t-a-n p-u- L-n-r-s ? ------------------------------------------- Quand part le prochain train pour Londres ? 0
When does the train for Warsaw leave? A ---ll- h--r------ ---t-ai---o-----rs-vie ? A q_____ h____ p___ l_ t____ p___ V_______ ? A q-e-l- h-u-e p-r- l- t-a-n p-u- V-r-o-i- ? -------------------------------------------- A quelle heure part le train pour Varsovie ? 0
When does the train for Stockholm leave? A-quelle------ ---- le t-ai--pour---o-k---m-? A q_____ h____ p___ l_ t____ p___ S________ ? A q-e-l- h-u-e p-r- l- t-a-n p-u- S-o-k-o-m ? --------------------------------------------- A quelle heure part le train pour Stockholm ? 0
When does the train for Budapest leave? A-q-elle-h--re------le--r----p--r-B--a--s- ? A q_____ h____ p___ l_ t____ p___ B_______ ? A q-e-l- h-u-e p-r- l- t-a-n p-u- B-d-p-s- ? -------------------------------------------- A quelle heure part le train pour Budapest ? 0
I’d like a ticket to Madrid. Je vo-----s-un-bi-le- --ur-Ma--id. J_ v_______ u_ b_____ p___ M______ J- v-u-r-i- u- b-l-e- p-u- M-d-i-. ---------------------------------- Je voudrais un billet pour Madrid. 0
I’d like a ticket to Prague. J- v----a-s--n-b-l--t-p-ur P--g--. J_ v_______ u_ b_____ p___ P______ J- v-u-r-i- u- b-l-e- p-u- P-a-u-. ---------------------------------- Je voudrais un billet pour Prague. 0
I’d like a ticket to Bern. J- -o-d--is u--b---et ---- -er--. J_ v_______ u_ b_____ p___ B_____ J- v-u-r-i- u- b-l-e- p-u- B-r-e- --------------------------------- Je voudrais un billet pour Berne. 0
When does the train arrive in Vienna? Qu--d---------u---e-t--in-arriv- - -i--ne-? Q____ e_____ q__ l_ t____ a_____ à V_____ ? Q-a-d e-t-c- q-e l- t-a-n a-r-v- à V-e-n- ? ------------------------------------------- Quand est-ce que le train arrive à Vienne ? 0
When does the train arrive in Moscow? Q---- e---ce q-- -- tr-in-a-r-ve à-Mo-co--? Q____ e_____ q__ l_ t____ a_____ à M_____ ? Q-a-d e-t-c- q-e l- t-a-n a-r-v- à M-s-o- ? ------------------------------------------- Quand est-ce que le train arrive à Moscou ? 0
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam? Qu-nd------e --- -e--rain ar---- à-A-s-e-d-m ? Q____ e_____ q__ l_ t____ a_____ à A________ ? Q-a-d e-t-c- q-e l- t-a-n a-r-v- à A-s-e-d-m ? ---------------------------------------------- Quand est-ce que le train arrive à Amsterdam ? 0
Do I have to change trains? E---ce---e-je -ois---an-e--d--t---- ? E_____ q__ j_ d___ c______ d_ t____ ? E-t-c- q-e j- d-i- c-a-g-r d- t-a-n ? ------------------------------------- Est-ce que je dois changer de train ? 0
From which platform does the train leave? De qu----u-----r--l- tra-n ? D_ q___ q___ p___ l_ t____ ? D- q-e- q-a- p-r- l- t-a-n ? ---------------------------- De quel quai part le train ? 0
Does the train have sleepers? Y a-t-----n---go--l-t------le-tr-i- ? Y a_____ u_ w________ d___ l_ t____ ? Y a-t-i- u- w-g-n-l-t d-n- l- t-a-n ? ------------------------------------- Y a-t-il un wagon-lit dans le train ? 0
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels. Je--o---a-s-u--a---- ----le--our Br------s. J_ v_______ u_ a____ s_____ p___ B_________ J- v-u-r-i- u- a-l-r s-m-l- p-u- B-u-e-l-s- ------------------------------------------- Je voudrais un aller simple pour Bruxelles. 0
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen. J--v-u-r-i- -n-a-ler-r-to-r-p-------enh--u-. J_ v_______ u_ a___________ p___ C__________ J- v-u-r-i- u- a-l-r-r-t-u- p-u- C-p-n-a-u-. -------------------------------------------- Je voudrais un aller-retour pour Copenhague. 0
What does a berth in the sleeper cost? C-m---n -oû-e------lac--en-wa--n-l-t-? C______ c____ u__ p____ e_ w________ ? C-m-i-n c-û-e u-e p-a-e e- w-g-n-l-t ? -------------------------------------- Combien coûte une place en wagon-lit ? 0

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