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33 [thirty-three]

At the train station

At the train station

33 [otuz üç]

Tren istasyonunda

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When is the next train to Berlin? B--l-n’- -i--so------tr-n -e-z--an ka---y-r? Berlin’e bir sonraki tren ne zaman kalkıyor? B-r-i-’- b-r s-n-a-i t-e- n- z-m-n k-l-ı-o-? -------------------------------------------- Berlin’e bir sonraki tren ne zaman kalkıyor? 0
When is the next train to Paris? Pa-is’----- sonra-- tren-n- zam----a--ı-o-? Paris’e bir sonraki tren ne zaman kalkıyor? P-r-s-e b-r s-n-a-i t-e- n- z-m-n k-l-ı-o-? ------------------------------------------- Paris’e bir sonraki tren ne zaman kalkıyor? 0
When is the next train to London? L-nd-a--- --r -on-a-i --e- n---a--n -a---yo-? Londra’ya bir sonraki tren ne zaman kalkıyor? L-n-r-’-a b-r s-n-a-i t-e- n- z-m-n k-l-ı-o-? --------------------------------------------- Londra’ya bir sonraki tren ne zaman kalkıyor? 0
When does the train for Warsaw leave? Tr-- V-rş-va’y- sa---k---- k-lk-y--? Tren Varşova’ya saat kaçta kalkıyor? T-e- V-r-o-a-y- s-a- k-ç-a k-l-ı-o-? ------------------------------------ Tren Varşova’ya saat kaçta kalkıyor? 0
When does the train for Stockholm leave? T--n--t---h-lm’e s-a- ---ta-----ıyo-? Tren Stockholm’e saat kaçta kalkıyor? T-e- S-o-k-o-m-e s-a- k-ç-a k-l-ı-o-? ------------------------------------- Tren Stockholm’e saat kaçta kalkıyor? 0
When does the train for Budapest leave? Tr-n -ud-p-ş--’ye -aa---a--a-----ıy-r? Tren Budapeşte’ye saat kaçta kalkıyor? T-e- B-d-p-ş-e-y- s-a- k-ç-a k-l-ı-o-? -------------------------------------- Tren Budapeşte’ye saat kaçta kalkıyor? 0
I’d like a ticket to Madrid. M-d-i-’---i-----e- i-ti--ru-. Madrid’e bir bilet istiyorum. M-d-i-’- b-r b-l-t i-t-y-r-m- ----------------------------- Madrid’e bir bilet istiyorum. 0
I’d like a ticket to Prague. Pr-g’a bi- -------st-y-r--. Prag’a bir bilet istiyorum. P-a-’- b-r b-l-t i-t-y-r-m- --------------------------- Prag’a bir bilet istiyorum. 0
I’d like a ticket to Bern. Be-n---b-- -i--t-----y-ru-. Bern’e bir bilet istiyorum. B-r-’- b-r b-l-t i-t-y-r-m- --------------------------- Bern’e bir bilet istiyorum. 0
When does the train arrive in Vienna? T-en--------i--na’-a-----y-r? Tren kaçta Viyana’ya varıyor? T-e- k-ç-a V-y-n-’-a v-r-y-r- ----------------------------- Tren kaçta Viyana’ya varıyor? 0
When does the train arrive in Moscow? Tren-ka-ta--osko----a -ar--o-? Tren kaçta Moskova’ya varıyor? T-e- k-ç-a M-s-o-a-y- v-r-y-r- ------------------------------ Tren kaçta Moskova’ya varıyor? 0
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam? Tren-ka--- A------am---v-r-yo-? Tren kaçta Amsterdam’a varıyor? T-e- k-ç-a A-s-e-d-m-a v-r-y-r- ------------------------------- Tren kaçta Amsterdam’a varıyor? 0
Do I have to change trains? Ak-a--a --pm-- ---ı- -ı? Aktarma yapmam lazım mı? A-t-r-a y-p-a- l-z-m m-? ------------------------ Aktarma yapmam lazım mı? 0
From which platform does the train leave? Tre- hangi--er-n-a- -al-ıyo-? Tren hangi perondan kalkıyor? T-e- h-n-i p-r-n-a- k-l-ı-o-? ----------------------------- Tren hangi perondan kalkıyor? 0
Does the train have sleepers? T-ende ya-a--ı-v--on --- mı? Trende yataklı vagon var mı? T-e-d- y-t-k-ı v-g-n v-r m-? ---------------------------- Trende yataklı vagon var mı? 0
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels. B-ük-e-’- y-l-----idiş -il-t--i---y-r--. Brüksel’e yalnız gidiş bileti istiyorum. B-ü-s-l-e y-l-ı- g-d-ş b-l-t- i-t-y-r-m- ---------------------------------------- Brüksel’e yalnız gidiş bileti istiyorum. 0
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen. Ko-enh--’a -ir-g-r- dönüş -i---------yo-um. Kopenhag’a bir geri dönüş bileti istiyorum. K-p-n-a-’- b-r g-r- d-n-ş b-l-t- i-t-y-r-m- ------------------------------------------- Kopenhag’a bir geri dönüş bileti istiyorum. 0
What does a berth in the sleeper cost? Yata--ı-vag--daki b-----ri- -c-et- ----a-a-? Yataklı vagondaki bir yerin ücreti ne kadar? Y-t-k-ı v-g-n-a-i b-r y-r-n ü-r-t- n- k-d-r- -------------------------------------------- Yataklı vagondaki bir yerin ücreti ne kadar? 0

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