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33 [thirty-three]

At the train station

At the train station

33 [tatlumpu’t tatlo]

At the train station

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When is the next train to Berlin? K-i--- a-g-sus-n-d--a t-en-p--un-a-- B---in? Kailan ang susunod na tren papuntang Berlin? K-i-a- a-g s-s-n-d n- t-e- p-p-n-a-g B-r-i-? -------------------------------------------- Kailan ang susunod na tren papuntang Berlin? 0
When is the next train to Paris? K-il-----g sus--od n- -ren-papunt--- ----s? Kailan ang susunod na tren papuntang Paris? K-i-a- a-g s-s-n-d n- t-e- p-p-n-a-g P-r-s- ------------------------------------------- Kailan ang susunod na tren papuntang Paris? 0
When is the next train to London? K----- ----s--u-od-n- t--n-p-----an- Lo-do-? Kailan ang susunod na tren papuntang London? K-i-a- a-g s-s-n-d n- t-e- p-p-n-a-g L-n-o-? -------------------------------------------- Kailan ang susunod na tren papuntang London? 0
When does the train for Warsaw leave? A-o-- -ra- -ali- a-g-t--- pa----ang W-r-aw? Anong oras aalis ang tren papuntang Warsaw? A-o-g o-a- a-l-s a-g t-e- p-p-n-a-g W-r-a-? ------------------------------------------- Anong oras aalis ang tren papuntang Warsaw? 0
When does the train for Stockholm leave? A--n- --as-a-l---ang----- -ap-n------to--h-lm? Anong oras aalis ang tren papuntang Stockholm? A-o-g o-a- a-l-s a-g t-e- p-p-n-a-g S-o-k-o-m- ---------------------------------------------- Anong oras aalis ang tren papuntang Stockholm? 0
When does the train for Budapest leave? A-on- o-a- ------ang ---n -ap-nta-g B--a-e-t? Anong oras aalis ang tren papuntang Budapest? A-o-g o-a- a-l-s a-g t-e- p-p-n-a-g B-d-p-s-? --------------------------------------------- Anong oras aalis ang tren papuntang Budapest? 0
I’d like a ticket to Madrid. Gu-to k---- -ic-et-p-pu-tan- --drid. Gusto ko ng ticket papuntang Madrid. G-s-o k- n- t-c-e- p-p-n-a-g M-d-i-. ------------------------------------ Gusto ko ng ticket papuntang Madrid. 0
I’d like a ticket to Prague. G--to--o ----i-ke--p--untang-------. Gusto ko ng ticket papuntang Prague. G-s-o k- n- t-c-e- p-p-n-a-g P-a-u-. ------------------------------------ Gusto ko ng ticket papuntang Prague. 0
I’d like a ticket to Bern. G--to ko-------ket ----n-a-g -e-n. Gusto ko ng ticket papuntang Bern. G-s-o k- n- t-c-e- p-p-n-a-g B-r-. ---------------------------------- Gusto ko ng ticket papuntang Bern. 0
When does the train arrive in Vienna? K-il---da---i-- a---t------ Vi-nna? Kailan darating ang tren sa Vienna? K-i-a- d-r-t-n- a-g t-e- s- V-e-n-? ----------------------------------- Kailan darating ang tren sa Vienna? 0
When does the train arrive in Moscow? Ka-l-n d-rati---a-- tre- ---Mo--o-? Kailan darating ang tren sa Moscow? K-i-a- d-r-t-n- a-g t-e- s- M-s-o-? ----------------------------------- Kailan darating ang tren sa Moscow? 0
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam? K-il------at-n--ang --en-s---m-t--d--? Kailan darating ang tren sa Amsterdam? K-i-a- d-r-t-n- a-g t-e- s- A-s-e-d-m- -------------------------------------- Kailan darating ang tren sa Amsterdam? 0
Do I have to change trains? K-ila--an -- b--- -agp-lit-ng t-e-? Kailangan ko bang magpalit ng tren? K-i-a-g-n k- b-n- m-g-a-i- n- t-e-? ----------------------------------- Kailangan ko bang magpalit ng tren? 0
From which platform does the train leave? M-la -a -l--g -l-tfor- a-l-s---g-tren? Mula sa aling platform aalis ang tren? M-l- s- a-i-g p-a-f-r- a-l-s a-g t-e-? -------------------------------------- Mula sa aling platform aalis ang tren? 0
Does the train have sleepers? M---oon---ng------n- -ang-ulo-? Mayroon bang tren na pangtulog? M-y-o-n b-n- t-e- n- p-n-t-l-g- ------------------------------- Mayroon bang tren na pangtulog? 0
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels. G--to -- -g o---way --ck---p-pun-ang Br-s-e-s. Gusto ko ng one-way ticket papuntang Brussels. G-s-o k- n- o-e-w-y t-c-e- p-p-n-a-g B-u-s-l-. ---------------------------------------------- Gusto ko ng one-way ticket papuntang Brussels. 0
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen. Gusto-----g---b-li--na----e---- C-pe-h-gen. Gusto ko ng pabalik na tiket sa Copenhagen. G-s-o k- n- p-b-l-k n- t-k-t s- C-p-n-a-e-. ------------------------------------------- Gusto ko ng pabalik na tiket sa Copenhagen. 0
What does a berth in the sleeper cost? M-g-an- ------y---sa tre--na-p--gtulog? Magkano ang bayad sa tren na pangtulog? M-g-a-o a-g b-y-d s- t-e- n- p-n-t-l-g- --------------------------------------- Magkano ang bayad sa tren na pangtulog? 0

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