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33 [thirty-three]

At the train station

At the train station

33 [sî û sê]

At the train station

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When is the next train to Berlin? T--n---ê ya---r---ê-ken-î r-d--e? Trêna bê ya Berlînê kengî radibe? T-ê-a b- y- B-r-î-ê k-n-î r-d-b-? --------------------------------- Trêna bê ya Berlînê kengî radibe? 0
When is the next train to Paris? T---- bê -a -----ê-ke--î-rad-be? Trêna bê ya Parîsê kengî radibe? T-ê-a b- y- P-r-s- k-n-î r-d-b-? -------------------------------- Trêna bê ya Parîsê kengî radibe? 0
When is the next train to London? Trê-a-bê----Lo--onê -e--- --di--? Trêna bê ya Londonê kengî radibe? T-ê-a b- y- L-n-o-ê k-n-î r-d-b-? --------------------------------- Trêna bê ya Londonê kengî radibe? 0
When does the train for Warsaw leave? T--n- --rş------di --e--ç-nd---e-radib-? Trêna Warşovayê di saet çenda de radibe? T-ê-a W-r-o-a-ê d- s-e- ç-n-a d- r-d-b-? ---------------------------------------- Trêna Warşovayê di saet çenda de radibe? 0
When does the train for Stockholm leave? Trê---S--ckh-l-ê--- s-e- ç--d- -e -a-i--? Trêna Stockholmê di saet çenda de radibe? T-ê-a S-o-k-o-m- d- s-e- ç-n-a d- r-d-b-? ----------------------------------------- Trêna Stockholmê di saet çenda de radibe? 0
When does the train for Budapest leave? Trê-a--ud--estê di -aet-çe-da -e ----be? Trêna Budapestê di saet çenda de radibe? T-ê-a B-d-p-s-ê d- s-e- ç-n-a d- r-d-b-? ---------------------------------------- Trêna Budapestê di saet çenda de radibe? 0
I’d like a ticket to Madrid. E- -- b----d-îdê--il-te-- di--az--. Ez ji bo Madrîdê bilêtekê dixwazim. E- j- b- M-d-î-ê b-l-t-k- d-x-a-i-. ----------------------------------- Ez ji bo Madrîdê bilêtekê dixwazim. 0
I’d like a ticket to Prague. J---r-g- -e -i-ê--kê-d--wazim? Ji Pragê re bilêtekê dixwazim? J- P-a-ê r- b-l-t-k- d-x-a-i-? ------------------------------ Ji Pragê re bilêtekê dixwazim? 0
I’d like a ticket to Bern. J---er-ê re -i-ê---ê---x----m. Ji Bernê re bilêtekê dixwazim. J- B-r-ê r- b-l-t-k- d-x-a-i-. ------------------------------ Ji Bernê re bilêtekê dixwazim. 0
When does the train arrive in Vienna? Tr-n ke-gî-digi---- V-y-n-yê? Trên kengî digihîje Vîyenayê? T-ê- k-n-î d-g-h-j- V-y-n-y-? ----------------------------- Trên kengî digihîje Vîyenayê? 0
When does the train arrive in Moscow? T-ê--k-ngî --g-hî-e-Mo-k-wê? Trên kengî digihîje Moskowê? T-ê- k-n-î d-g-h-j- M-s-o-ê- ---------------------------- Trên kengî digihîje Moskowê? 0
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam? T--n k-n-î di-ihî-e ---t-rda-ê? Trên kengî digihîje Amsterdamê? T-ê- k-n-î d-g-h-j- A-s-e-d-m-? ------------------------------- Trên kengî digihîje Amsterdamê? 0
Do I have to change trains? D--ê ez ---uh-z-m a- n-? Divê ez veguhêzim an na? D-v- e- v-g-h-z-m a- n-? ------------------------ Divê ez veguhêzim an na? 0
From which platform does the train leave? Tr-n--i -î-an ---on-----i--? Trên ji kîjan peronê radibe? T-ê- j- k-j-n p-r-n- r-d-b-? ---------------------------- Trên ji kîjan peronê radibe? 0
Does the train have sleepers? D- t---- -- w---nê--b- -iv-----ne? Di trênê de wagonên bi nivîn hene? D- t-ê-ê d- w-g-n-n b- n-v-n h-n-? ---------------------------------- Di trênê de wagonên bi nivîn hene? 0
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels. E---i--- -ru--el--t--ê----ê-a -ûy--ê -ix---im. Ez ji bo Brukselê tenê bilêta çûyinê dixwazim. E- j- b- B-u-s-l- t-n- b-l-t- ç-y-n- d-x-a-i-. ---------------------------------------------- Ez ji bo Brukselê tenê bilêta çûyinê dixwazim. 0
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen. J- bo-Kope-h-g--bi-êt-ke-ve---înê -i-waz-- . Ji bo Kopenhagê bilêteke vegerînê dixwazim . J- b- K-p-n-a-ê b-l-t-k- v-g-r-n- d-x-a-i- . -------------------------------------------- Ji bo Kopenhagê bilêteke vegerînê dixwazim . 0
What does a berth in the sleeper cost? Bi-ay- -ihe-- di ---o--k- -- n--în d--ç--a--e? Bihayê cihekî di wagoneke bi nivîn de çiqas e? B-h-y- c-h-k- d- w-g-n-k- b- n-v-n d- ç-q-s e- ---------------------------------------------- Bihayê cihekî di wagoneke bi nivîn de çiqas e? 0

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