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33 [thirty-three]

At the train station

At the train station

33 [trīsdesmit trīs]

Stacijā

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When is the next train to Berlin? K-d i- ----m-is-vilc-ens--- B--lī-i? K__ i_ n_______ v_______ u_ B_______ K-d i- n-k-m-i- v-l-i-n- u- B-r-ī-i- ------------------------------------ Kad ir nākamais vilciens uz Berlīni? 0
When is the next train to Paris? K-d-i- nā--mai- ---cie-- -- Pa-īzi? K__ i_ n_______ v_______ u_ P______ K-d i- n-k-m-i- v-l-i-n- u- P-r-z-? ----------------------------------- Kad ir nākamais vilciens uz Parīzi? 0
When is the next train to London? K-- ir nā-am--- vi--i------ Lon-onu? K__ i_ n_______ v_______ u_ L_______ K-d i- n-k-m-i- v-l-i-n- u- L-n-o-u- ------------------------------------ Kad ir nākamais vilciens uz Londonu? 0
When does the train for Warsaw leave? Ci-o- -r--ā-----s-v-lc-e-- u--V-r-a--? C____ i_ n_______ v_______ u_ V_______ C-k-s i- n-k-m-i- v-l-i-n- u- V-r-a-u- -------------------------------------- Cikos ir nākamais vilciens uz Varšavu? 0
When does the train for Stockholm leave? C---- i--nā--m-is---lc--ns -z Stok-o---? C____ i_ n_______ v_______ u_ S_________ C-k-s i- n-k-m-i- v-l-i-n- u- S-o-h-l-u- ---------------------------------------- Cikos ir nākamais vilciens uz Stokholmu? 0
When does the train for Budapest leave? C---s-------------v--c-en- -z-Bu--p--t-? C____ i_ n_______ v_______ u_ B_________ C-k-s i- n-k-m-i- v-l-i-n- u- B-d-p-š-u- ---------------------------------------- Cikos ir nākamais vilciens uz Budapeštu? 0
I’d like a ticket to Madrid. E- vē-os-biļe---u- M-dr-d-. E_ v____ b_____ u_ M_______ E- v-l-s b-ļ-t- u- M-d-i-i- --------------------------- Es vēlos biļeti uz Madridi. 0
I’d like a ticket to Prague. Es vē-o--bi-et--uz -rā--. E_ v____ b_____ u_ P_____ E- v-l-s b-ļ-t- u- P-ā-u- ------------------------- Es vēlos biļeti uz Prāgu. 0
I’d like a ticket to Bern. Es--ēlos-biļ-----z-B-rni. E_ v____ b_____ u_ B_____ E- v-l-s b-ļ-t- u- B-r-i- ------------------------- Es vēlos biļeti uz Berni. 0
When does the train arrive in Vienna? C-kos-vi-c---- p-enāk--īnē? C____ v_______ p_____ V____ C-k-s v-l-i-n- p-e-ā- V-n-? --------------------------- Cikos vilciens pienāk Vīnē? 0
When does the train arrive in Moscow? C-kos-v-lc-e-s -ien-- Mas-a--? C____ v_______ p_____ M_______ C-k-s v-l-i-n- p-e-ā- M-s-a-ā- ------------------------------ Cikos vilciens pienāk Maskavā? 0
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam? C--os-vi----ns --en-- Am---rd--ā? C____ v_______ p_____ A__________ C-k-s v-l-i-n- p-e-ā- A-s-e-d-m-? --------------------------------- Cikos vilciens pienāk Amsterdamā? 0
Do I have to change trains? V-i-m---i- j-p-r--žas? V__ m__ i_ j__________ V-i m-n i- j-p-r-ē-a-? ---------------------- Vai man ir jāpārsēžas? 0
From which platform does the train leave? N--k-r- ce-a --iet-v--c-e-s? N_ k___ c___ a____ v________ N- k-r- c-ļ- a-i-t v-l-i-n-? ---------------------------- No kura ceļa atiet vilciens? 0
Does the train have sleepers? Va---i-c-en--i- g-ļa--a-on-? V__ v_______ i_ g___________ V-i v-l-i-n- i- g-ļ-m-a-o-s- ---------------------------- Vai vilcienā ir guļamvagons? 0
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels. Es v-lo- --ļet- -z--rise---tika- t-r-. E_ v____ b_____ u_ B______ t____ t____ E- v-l-s b-ļ-t- u- B-i-e-i t-k-i t-r-. -------------------------------------- Es vēlos biļeti uz Briseli tikai turp. 0
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen. E- ---o---i-et----p---ļbra-c-e--m-no---pen-āg--a-. E_ v____ b_____ a________________ n_ K____________ E- v-l-s b-ļ-t- a-p-k-ļ-r-u-i-n-m n- K-p-n-ā-e-a-. -------------------------------------------------- Es vēlos biļeti atpakaļbraucienam no Kopenhāgenas. 0
What does a berth in the sleeper cost? C-- m---- vi--- -uļ-mva---ā? C__ m____ v____ g___________ C-k m-k-ā v-e-a g-ļ-m-a-o-ā- ---------------------------- Cik maksā vieta guļamvagonā? 0

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