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Javni lokalni promet

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Where is the bus stop? Gd-e-j---ut----ni--o-odv-r? Gdje je autobusni kolodvor? G-j- j- a-t-b-s-i k-l-d-o-? --------------------------- Gdje je autobusni kolodvor? 0
Which bus goes to the city centre / center (am.)? Koji-a---bu- vozi-- ----a-? Koji autobus vozi u centar? K-j- a-t-b-s v-z- u c-n-a-? --------------------------- Koji autobus vozi u centar? 0
Which bus do I have to take? K-ju---niju m-ra-----t-? Koju liniju moram uzeti? K-j- l-n-j- m-r-m u-e-i- ------------------------ Koju liniju moram uzeti? 0
Do I have to change? M-ra------re------i? Moram li presjedati? M-r-m l- p-e-j-d-t-? -------------------- Moram li presjedati? 0
Where do I have to change? G-j---o----p----es-i? Gdje moram presjesti? G-j- m-r-m p-e-j-s-i- --------------------- Gdje moram presjesti? 0
How much does a ticket cost? Kolik--ko-ta-ka--a? Koliko košta karta? K-l-k- k-š-a k-r-a- ------------------- Koliko košta karta? 0
How many stops are there before downtown / the city centre? K-liko-s-an--a-i-a-d---en-r-? Koliko stanica ima do centra? K-l-k- s-a-i-a i-a d- c-n-r-? ----------------------------- Koliko stanica ima do centra? 0
You have to get off here. Mor----ov-je-i----. Morate ovdje izaći. M-r-t- o-d-e i-a-i- ------------------- Morate ovdje izaći. 0
You have to get off at the back. M-r----i-a-i -tr-ga. Morate izaći otraga. M-r-t- i-a-i o-r-g-. -------------------- Morate izaći otraga. 0
The next train is in 5 minutes. S-j--eć------o do-----z--5-min--a. Sljedeći metro dolazi za 5 minuta. S-j-d-ć- m-t-o d-l-z- z- 5 m-n-t-. ---------------------------------- Sljedeći metro dolazi za 5 minuta. 0
The next tram is in 10 minutes. Sl---eći -r-m--- --la-i--- 1---in---. Sljedeći tramvaj dolazi za 10 minuta. S-j-d-ć- t-a-v-j d-l-z- z- 1- m-n-t-. ------------------------------------- Sljedeći tramvaj dolazi za 10 minuta. 0
The next bus is in 15 minutes. S--ed--i-a----u----l-z--za ---m--ut-. Sljedeći autobus dolazi za 15 minuta. S-j-d-ć- a-t-b-s d-l-z- z- 1- m-n-t-. ------------------------------------- Sljedeći autobus dolazi za 15 minuta. 0
When is the last train? Ka-- --zi -a---i me--o? Kada vozi zadnji metro? K-d- v-z- z-d-j- m-t-o- ----------------------- Kada vozi zadnji metro? 0
When is the last tram? Kada---zi-z-dnji-tr----j? Kada vozi zadnji tramvaj? K-d- v-z- z-d-j- t-a-v-j- ------------------------- Kada vozi zadnji tramvaj? 0
When is the last bus? K--a v-z-------i a--o---? Kada vozi zadnji autobus? K-d- v-z- z-d-j- a-t-b-s- ------------------------- Kada vozi zadnji autobus? 0
Do you have a ticket? I--t- li putnu --r--? Imate li putnu kartu? I-a-e l- p-t-u k-r-u- --------------------- Imate li putnu kartu? 0
A ticket? – No, I don’t have one. Putn- -a-tu- - --- ne-am. Putnu kartu? – Ne, nemam. P-t-u k-r-u- – N-, n-m-m- ------------------------- Putnu kartu? – Ne, nemam. 0
Then you have to pay a fine. On-a -o---e--latit- kazn-. Onda morate platiti kaznu. O-d- m-r-t- p-a-i-i k-z-u- -------------------------- Onda morate platiti kaznu. 0

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