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33 [thirty-three]

At the train station

At the train station

33 [서른셋]

33 [seoleunses]

기차역에서

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When is the next train to Berlin? 다음--를----차- ---요? 다음 베를린행 기차가 언제예요? 다- 베-린- 기-가 언-예-? ----------------- 다음 베를린행 기차가 언제예요? 0
da--um --l--l-inh--ng----hag- -on---eyo? da-eum beleullinhaeng gichaga eonjeyeyo? d---u- b-l-u-l-n-a-n- g-c-a-a e-n-e-e-o- ---------------------------------------- da-eum beleullinhaeng gichaga eonjeyeyo?
When is the next train to Paris? 다음 -리--기-- 언--요? 다음 파리행 기차가 언제예요? 다- 파-행 기-가 언-예-? ---------------- 다음 파리행 기차가 언제예요? 0
d--e-- p-li--eng g-chaga-eo-je-e-o? da-eum palihaeng gichaga eonjeyeyo? d---u- p-l-h-e-g g-c-a-a e-n-e-e-o- ----------------------------------- da-eum palihaeng gichaga eonjeyeyo?
When is the next train to London? 다음-런-- 기-가 -제-요? 다음 런던행 기차가 언제예요? 다- 런-행 기-가 언-예-? ---------------- 다음 런던행 기차가 언제예요? 0
d----- le-ndeonh--ng-gi-ha-- eonj--eyo? da-eum leondeonhaeng gichaga eonjeyeyo? d---u- l-o-d-o-h-e-g g-c-a-a e-n-e-e-o- --------------------------------------- da-eum leondeonhaeng gichaga eonjeyeyo?
When does the train for Warsaw leave? 바르샤바- -차- -- 떠--? 바르샤바행 기차가 언제 떠나요? 바-샤-행 기-가 언- 떠-요- ----------------- 바르샤바행 기차가 언제 떠나요? 0
b-l--s-aba-ae---g-chag---on-e--t-o-a--? baleusyabahaeng gichaga eonje tteonayo? b-l-u-y-b-h-e-g g-c-a-a e-n-e t-e-n-y-? --------------------------------------- baleusyabahaeng gichaga eonje tteonayo?
When does the train for Stockholm leave? 스-홀-행---가 언- 떠나-? 스톡홀름행 기차가 언제 떠나요? 스-홀-행 기-가 언- 떠-요- ----------------- 스톡홀름행 기차가 언제 떠나요? 0
seu----oll--m-aen--g-chag- ----- tt--na-o? seutogholleumhaeng gichaga eonje tteonayo? s-u-o-h-l-e-m-a-n- g-c-a-a e-n-e t-e-n-y-? ------------------------------------------ seutogholleumhaeng gichaga eonje tteonayo?
When does the train for Budapest leave? 부--스---기차가 언- --요? 부다페스트행 기차가 언제 떠나요? 부-페-트- 기-가 언- 떠-요- ------------------ 부다페스트행 기차가 언제 떠나요? 0
bu-a-eseu-eu--e-g -ic-a-- -on-e--t-on-yo? budapeseuteuhaeng gichaga eonje tteonayo? b-d-p-s-u-e-h-e-g g-c-a-a e-n-e t-e-n-y-? ----------------------------------------- budapeseuteuhaeng gichaga eonje tteonayo?
I’d like a ticket to Madrid. 마드리드행 -를 - --주-요. 마드리드행 표를 한 장 주세요. 마-리-행 표- 한 장 주-요- ----------------- 마드리드행 표를 한 장 주세요. 0
ma--u-i--u--en--p-ole-- -an-ja-g-jus---. madeulideuhaeng pyoleul han jang juseyo. m-d-u-i-e-h-e-g p-o-e-l h-n j-n- j-s-y-. ---------------------------------------- madeulideuhaeng pyoleul han jang juseyo.
I’d like a ticket to Prague. 프라-행-표- 한-장--세-. 프라하행 표를 한 장 주세요. 프-하- 표- 한 장 주-요- ---------------- 프라하행 표를 한 장 주세요. 0
p--lah-----g-p--l-ul -an -ang -u--yo. peulahahaeng pyoleul han jang juseyo. p-u-a-a-a-n- p-o-e-l h-n j-n- j-s-y-. ------------------------------------- peulahahaeng pyoleul han jang juseyo.
I’d like a ticket to Bern. 베른---를 한 장 ---. 베른행 표를 한 장 주세요. 베-행 표- 한 장 주-요- --------------- 베른행 표를 한 장 주세요. 0
beleun-aen- pyo-e-l --n----g ju-ey-. beleunhaeng pyoleul han jang juseyo. b-l-u-h-e-g p-o-e-l h-n j-n- j-s-y-. ------------------------------------ beleunhaeng pyoleul han jang juseyo.
When does the train arrive in Vienna? 기차- -- ---- ---요? 기차가 언제 비엔나에 도착해요? 기-가 언- 비-나- 도-해-? ----------------- 기차가 언제 비엔나에 도착해요? 0
g-ch-------je--i-------d--ha-haey-? gichaga eonje bienna-e dochaghaeyo? g-c-a-a e-n-e b-e-n--- d-c-a-h-e-o- ----------------------------------- gichaga eonje bienna-e dochaghaeyo?
When does the train arrive in Moscow? 기-가 언제 모스크바에 도---? 기차가 언제 모스크바에 도착해요? 기-가 언- 모-크-에 도-해-? ------------------ 기차가 언제 모스크바에 도착해요? 0
gich-g--e-n-e--os-uke-ba-e---c-ag-a--o? gichaga eonje moseukeuba-e dochaghaeyo? g-c-a-a e-n-e m-s-u-e-b--- d-c-a-h-e-o- --------------------------------------- gichaga eonje moseukeuba-e dochaghaeyo?
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam? 기차- ---암-테르-- -착해요? 기차가 언제 암스테르담에 도착해요? 기-가 언- 암-테-담- 도-해-? ------------------- 기차가 언제 암스테르담에 도착해요? 0
gicha-a eonj- a-s---e--u-a--e doch-ghae--? gichaga eonje amseuteleudam-e dochaghaeyo? g-c-a-a e-n-e a-s-u-e-e-d-m-e d-c-a-h-e-o- ------------------------------------------ gichaga eonje amseuteleudam-e dochaghaeyo?
Do I have to change trains? 기-를----타야 -요? 기차를 갈아 타야 해요? 기-를 갈- 타- 해-? ------------- 기차를 갈아 타야 해요? 0
g-----eu----l-a ta-a -a---? gichaleul gal-a taya haeyo? g-c-a-e-l g-l-a t-y- h-e-o- --------------------------- gichaleul gal-a taya haeyo?
From which platform does the train leave? 기차--어느--랫폼에서 떠나-? 기차가 어느 플랫폼에서 떠나요? 기-가 어- 플-폼-서 떠-요- ----------------- 기차가 어느 플랫폼에서 떠나요? 0
g-c-a-a-eoneu-p--ll-es----e-eo-tt-on-yo? gichaga eoneu peullaespom-eseo tteonayo? g-c-a-a e-n-u p-u-l-e-p-m-e-e- t-e-n-y-? ---------------------------------------- gichaga eoneu peullaespom-eseo tteonayo?
Does the train have sleepers? 기차에--대칸이---요? 기차에 침대칸이 있어요? 기-에 침-칸- 있-요- ------------- 기차에 침대칸이 있어요? 0
g-c-a-e ----dae-an-i---s-----? gicha-e chimdaekan-i iss-eoyo? g-c-a-e c-i-d-e-a--- i-s-e-y-? ------------------------------ gicha-e chimdaekan-i iss-eoyo?
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels. 브-셀--편--표를 한-장----. 브뤼셀행 편도 표를 한 장 주세요. 브-셀- 편- 표- 한 장 주-요- ------------------- 브뤼셀행 편도 표를 한 장 주세요. 0
beul-i--l-aen--py-o-d------eul-ha- jan- juse-o. beulwiselhaeng pyeondo pyoleul han jang juseyo. b-u-w-s-l-a-n- p-e-n-o p-o-e-l h-n j-n- j-s-y-. ----------------------------------------------- beulwiselhaeng pyeondo pyoleul han jang juseyo.
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen. 코--겐---돌-가는 ---한 장 -세요. 코펜하겐으로 돌아가는 표를 한 장 주세요. 코-하-으- 돌-가- 표- 한 장 주-요- ----------------------- 코펜하겐으로 돌아가는 표를 한 장 주세요. 0
kopen-a--n---lo--o--aga--un p-----l-h-n j--g-j-se-o. kopenhagen-eulo dol-aganeun pyoleul han jang juseyo. k-p-n-a-e---u-o d-l-a-a-e-n p-o-e-l h-n j-n- j-s-y-. ---------------------------------------------------- kopenhagen-eulo dol-aganeun pyoleul han jang juseyo.
What does a berth in the sleeper cost? 침--에-있- -- -나------? 침대칸에 있는 침대 하나가 얼마예요? 침-칸- 있- 침- 하-가 얼-예-? -------------------- 침대칸에 있는 침대 하나가 얼마예요? 0
chi--aek----------un-ch--dae----a-- e---a---o? chimdaekan-e issneun chimdae hanaga eolmayeyo? c-i-d-e-a--- i-s-e-n c-i-d-e h-n-g- e-l-a-e-o- ---------------------------------------------- chimdaekan-e issneun chimdae hanaga eolmayeyo?

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