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39 [thirty-nine]

Car breakdown

Car breakdown

39 [neununddreißig]



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Where is the next gas station? Wo i-- d-- n------ T---------? Wo ist die nächste Tankstelle? 0 +
I have a flat tyre / tire (am.). Ic- h--- e---- P------. Ich habe einen Platten. 0 +
Can you change the tyre / tire (am.)? Kö---- S-- d-- R-- w-------? Können Sie das Rad wechseln? 0 +
I need a few litres / liters (am.) of diesel. Ic- b------ e-- p--- L---- D-----. Ich brauche ein paar Liter Diesel. 0 +
I have no more petrol / gas (am.). Ic- h--- k--- B----- m---. Ich habe kein Benzin mehr. 0 +
Do you have a petrol can / jerry can / gas can (am.)? Ha--- S-- e---- R--------------? Haben Sie einen Reservekanister? 0 +
Where can I make a call? Wo k--- i-- t-----------? Wo kann ich telefonieren? 0 +
I need a towing service. Ic- b------ e---- A--------------. Ich brauche einen Abschleppdienst. 0 +
I’m looking for a garage. Ic- s---- e--- W--------. Ich suche eine Werkstatt. 0 +
An accident has occurred. Es i-- e-- U----- p-------. Es ist ein Unfall passiert. 0 +
Where is the nearest telephone? Wo i-- d-- n------ T------? Wo ist das nächste Telefon? 0 +
Do you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? Ha--- S-- e-- H---- b-- s---? Haben Sie ein Handy bei sich? 0 +
We need help. Wi- b------- H----. Wir brauchen Hilfe. 0 +
Call a doctor! Ru--- S-- e---- A---! Rufen Sie einen Arzt! 0 +
Call the police! Ru--- S-- d-- P------! Rufen Sie die Polizei! 0 +
Your papers, please. Ih-- P------- b----. Ihre Papiere, bitte. 0 +
Your licence / license (am.), please. Ih--- F------------ b----. Ihren Führerschein, bitte. 0 +
Your registration, please. Ih--- K---------- b----. Ihren Kfz-Schein, bitte. 0 +

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Swedish is counted among the North Germanic languages. It is the native language of more than 8 million people. It is spoken in Sweden and parts of Finland. Swedes can communicate with Norwegians relatively easily. There is even a hybrid language that combines elements from both languages. A conversation with Danes is also possible if all parties speak clearly. The Swedish alphabet contains 29 letters. A hallmark of Swedish is the distinct vowel system. Vowel length determines the meaning of a word. Pitch also plays a role in Swedish. Swedish words and sentences are generally on the shorter side. The syntax follows strict rules. The grammar is also not too complicated. Overall the structures are similar to those of the English language. Learn Swedish - it is not at all difficult!