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33 [thirty-three]

At the train station

At the train station

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When is the next train to Berlin? N-r -år-nest- --- --- B-rlin? N__ g__ n____ t__ t__ B______ N-r g-r n-s-e t-g t-l B-r-i-? ----------------------------- Når går neste tog til Berlin? 0
When is the next train to Paris? N-r---r-neste -og t----a-is? N__ g__ n____ t__ t__ P_____ N-r g-r n-s-e t-g t-l P-r-s- ---------------------------- Når går neste tog til Paris? 0
When is the next train to London? Når --r -e-te-t-g ti- L-nd--? N__ g__ n____ t__ t__ L______ N-r g-r n-s-e t-g t-l L-n-o-? ----------------------------- Når går neste tog til London? 0
When does the train for Warsaw leave? Nå--går -og----i- -arsawa? N__ g__ t____ t__ W_______ N-r g-r t-g-t t-l W-r-a-a- -------------------------- Når går toget til Warsawa? 0
When does the train for Stockholm leave? N-- --r-to--t--i- St-c-h--m? N__ g__ t____ t__ S_________ N-r g-r t-g-t t-l S-o-k-o-m- ---------------------------- Når går toget til Stockholm? 0
When does the train for Budapest leave? Når gå------t---l-B-d--est? N__ g__ t____ t__ B________ N-r g-r t-g-t t-l B-d-p-s-? --------------------------- Når går toget til Budapest? 0
I’d like a ticket to Madrid. Ein--i-l--t---l-M--ri-, t---. E__ b______ t__ M______ t____ E-n b-l-e-t t-l M-d-i-, t-k-. ----------------------------- Ein billett til Madrid, takk. 0
I’d like a ticket to Prague. Ei---i-l-tt ti- Praha,-takk. E__ b______ t__ P_____ t____ E-n b-l-e-t t-l P-a-a- t-k-. ---------------------------- Ein billett til Praha, takk. 0
I’d like a ticket to Bern. E-- -i--ett-t-l Be-n, t-k-. E__ b______ t__ B____ t____ E-n b-l-e-t t-l B-r-, t-k-. --------------------------- Ein billett til Bern, takk. 0
When does the train arrive in Vienna? N-- k--- t--e----l Wi--? N__ k___ t____ t__ W____ N-r k-e- t-g-t t-l W-e-? ------------------------ Når kjem toget til Wien? 0
When does the train arrive in Moscow? Nå----e---og-t-t-- Mos-v-? N__ k___ t____ t__ M______ N-r k-e- t-g-t t-l M-s-v-? -------------------------- Når kjem toget til Moskva? 0
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam? Når -j---t-ge- til -m--e-da-? N__ k___ t____ t__ A_________ N-r k-e- t-g-t t-l A-s-e-d-m- ----------------------------- Når kjem toget til Amsterdam? 0
Do I have to change trains? Må-eg by-----g? M_ e_ b___ t___ M- e- b-t- t-g- --------------- Må eg byte tog? 0
From which platform does the train leave? Kv- -p-r -år---get-frå? K__ s___ g__ t____ f___ K-a s-o- g-r t-g-t f-å- ----------------------- Kva spor går toget frå? 0
Does the train have sleepers? Er -et -ovevo-- -å -----? E_ d__ s_______ p_ t_____ E- d-t s-v-v-g- p- t-g-t- ------------------------- Er det sovevogn på toget? 0
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels. E--vi- h--ein ---v-g-bil-et- --l ----s-l. E_ v__ h_ e__ e_____________ t__ B_______ E- v-l h- e-n e-n-e-s-i-l-t- t-l B-ü-s-l- ----------------------------------------- Eg vil ha ein einvegsbillett til Brüssel. 0
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen. Eg vil ----e----urb----t--til -ø-e-havn. E_ v__ k____ r___________ t__ K_________ E- v-l k-ø-e r-t-r-i-l-t- t-l K-b-n-a-n- ---------------------------------------- Eg vil kjøpe returbillett til København. 0
What does a berth in the sleeper cost? K-a -o--ar-e-n -l-ss i --v-vog-a? K__ k_____ e__ p____ i s_________ K-a k-s-a- e-n p-a-s i s-v-v-g-a- --------------------------------- Kva kostar ein plass i sovevogna? 0

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