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At the train station

At the train station

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Na železničnej stanici

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When is the next train to Berlin? Kedy ide ---š--vlak--o-B-r--na? K___ i__ ď____ v___ d_ B_______ K-d- i-e ď-l-í v-a- d- B-r-í-a- ------------------------------- Kedy ide ďalší vlak do Berlína? 0
When is the next train to Paris? K----id- -al-í-v--k-do ---í-a? K___ i__ ď____ v___ d_ P______ K-d- i-e ď-l-í v-a- d- P-r-ž-? ------------------------------ Kedy ide ďalší vlak do Paríža? 0
When is the next train to London? Ke-y i-e---lší ------o --n-ýn-? K___ i__ ď____ v___ d_ L_______ K-d- i-e ď-l-í v-a- d- L-n-ý-a- ------------------------------- Kedy ide ďalší vlak do Londýna? 0
When does the train for Warsaw leave? O-k--kej-ide -l-- -o----ša--? O k_____ i__ v___ d_ V_______ O k-ľ-e- i-e v-a- d- V-r-a-y- ----------------------------- O koľkej ide vlak do Varšavy? 0
When does the train for Stockholm leave? O--oľ--j i---vlak------o--o---? O k_____ i__ v___ d_ Š_________ O k-ľ-e- i-e v-a- d- Š-o-h-l-u- ------------------------------- O koľkej ide vlak do Štokholmu? 0
When does the train for Budapest leave? O koľkej--de --ak-do-B--a-eš--? O k_____ i__ v___ d_ B_________ O k-ľ-e- i-e v-a- d- B-d-p-š-i- ------------------------------- O koľkej ide vlak do Budapešti? 0
I’d like a ticket to Madrid. Chc-- --a by--o- líst-- -o--adri-u. C____ /__ b_ s__ l_____ d_ M_______ C-c-l /-a b- s-m l-s-o- d- M-d-i-u- ----------------------------------- Chcel /-a by som lístok do Madridu. 0
I’d like a ticket to Prague. C--el ----by-so- -í---k--o--r---. C____ /__ b_ s__ l_____ d_ P_____ C-c-l /-a b- s-m l-s-o- d- P-a-y- --------------------------------- Chcel /-a by som lístok do Prahy. 0
I’d like a ticket to Bern. C-c-- ----by-s-m----t-k do-Be-nu. C____ /__ b_ s__ l_____ d_ B_____ C-c-l /-a b- s-m l-s-o- d- B-r-u- --------------------------------- Chcel /-a by som lístok do Bernu. 0
When does the train arrive in Vienna? K--- p---- --n -l-k----Viedne? K___ p____ t__ v___ d_ V______ K-d- p-í-e t-n v-a- d- V-e-n-? ------------------------------ Kedy príde ten vlak do Viedne? 0
When does the train arrive in Moscow? K-dy-p-íd---e- v--- do-M--k--? K___ p____ t__ v___ d_ M______ K-d- p-í-e t-n v-a- d- M-s-v-? ------------------------------ Kedy príde ten vlak do Moskvy? 0
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam? Ke-y --í-e ten-v-a--d- -ms--rd-m-? K___ p____ t__ v___ d_ A__________ K-d- p-í-e t-n v-a- d- A-s-e-d-m-? ---------------------------------- Kedy príde ten vlak do Amsterdamu? 0
Do I have to change trains? M-sí---re-tup-v-ť? M____ p___________ M-s-m p-e-t-p-v-ť- ------------------ Musím prestupovať? 0
From which platform does the train leave? Z---orej koľ-j- ---hád-a-te- -l--? Z k_____ k_____ o_______ t__ v____ Z k-o-e- k-ľ-j- o-c-á-z- t-n v-a-? ---------------------------------- Z ktorej koľaje odchádza ten vlak? 0
Does the train have sleepers? Je-vo ---ku-lôžko-- v----? J_ v_ v____ l______ v_____ J- v- v-a-u l-ž-o-ý v-z-ň- -------------------------- Je vo vlaku lôžkový vozeň? 0
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels. Chc-- --a by so---en-----o-m--ný----t---do --u--l-. C____ /__ b_ s__ l__ j__________ l_____ d_ B_______ C-c-l /-a b- s-m l-n j-d-o-m-r-ý l-s-o- d- B-u-e-u- --------------------------------------------------- Chcel /-a by som len jednosmerný lístok do Bruselu. 0
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen. C---- --- -- -o----i-to-ný c-s-ovný-lís-ok ----oda--. C____ /__ b_ s__ s________ c_______ l_____ d_ K______ C-c-l /-a b- s-m s-i-t-č-ý c-s-o-n- l-s-o- d- K-d-n-. ----------------------------------------------------- Chcel /-a by som spiatočný cestovný lístok do Kodane. 0
What does a berth in the sleeper cost? Ko-k- sto-í mie--- v lôžkovo- -oz-i? K____ s____ m_____ v l_______ v_____ K-ľ-o s-o-í m-e-t- v l-ž-o-o- v-z-i- ------------------------------------ Koľko stojí miesto v lôžkovom vozni? 0

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