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Car breakdown

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Car breakdown

Car breakdown

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Car breakdown

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Where is the next gas station? Na---- a-- p------------ n- g----------? Nasaan ang pinakamalapit na gasolinahan? 0 +
I have a flat tyre / tire (am.). An- g----- k- a- p---. Ang gulong ko ay plat. 0 +
Can you change the tyre / tire (am.)? Ma---- m- b--- p------ a-- g-----? Maaari mo bang palitan ang gulong? 0 +
I need a few litres / liters (am.) of diesel. Ka------- k- n- i---- l---- n- d-----. Kailangan ko ng ilang litro ng diesel. 0 +
I have no more petrol / gas (am.). Na------ n- a-- n- g-------. Naubusan na ako ng gasolina. 0 +
Do you have a petrol can / jerry can / gas can (am.)? Ma----- k- b--- e------- k-------? Mayroon ka bang ekstrang kanistra? 0 +
Where can I make a call? Sa-- a-- p------ t------? Saan ako pwedeng tumawag? 0 +
I need a towing service. Ka------- k- n- i---- t----- s------. Kailangan ko ng isang towing service. 0 +
I’m looking for a garage. Na-------- a-- n- i---- p-------. Naghahanap ako ng isang pagawaan. 0 +
An accident has occurred. Is--- a-------- a-- n------. Isang aksidente ang naganap. 0 +
Where is the nearest telephone? Na---- a-- p------------ n- t-------? Nasaan ang pinakamalapit na telepono? 0 +
Do you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? Ma- d--- k- b--- t------- s------? May dala ka bang telepono selular? 0 +
We need help. Ka------- n---- n- t-----. Kailangan namin ng tulong. 0 +
Call a doctor! Tu----- k- n- d-----! Tumawag ka ng doktor! 0 +
Call the police! Tu----- k- n- p----! Tumawag ka ng pulis! 0 +
Your papers, please. An- m-- p---- m-- p-------. / P--------- a-- m-- p---- m-- s------. Ang mga papel mo, pakiusap. / Paki-bigay ang mga papel mo, salamat. 0 +
Your licence / license (am.), please. An- i---- l------- s- p----------- p-------. Ang iyong lisensya sa pagmamaneho, pakiusap. 0 +
Your registration, please. An- i---- r------------ p-------. Ang iyong rehistrasyon, pakiusap. 0 +

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