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Where is the tourist information office? Ku ёs-t- -y-- e----i-mit? Ku ёshtё zyra e turizmit? K- ё-h-ё z-r- e t-r-z-i-? ------------------------- Ku ёshtё zyra e turizmit? 0
Do you have a city map for me? A -eni --ё-pla---yt-t- pё- mua? A keni njё plan qyteti pёr mua? A k-n- n-ё p-a- q-t-t- p-r m-a- ------------------------------- A keni njё plan qyteti pёr mua? 0
Can one reserve a room here? A ---d -ё r-----o--- n---d--m- -o---- k--u? A mund tё rezervohet njё dhomё hoteli kёtu? A m-n- t- r-z-r-o-e- n-ё d-o-ё h-t-l- k-t-? ------------------------------------------- A mund tё rezervohet njё dhomё hoteli kёtu? 0
Where is the old city? Ku-ёsht- q--e-i-i-vj--ёr? Ku ёshtё qyteti i vjetёr? K- ё-h-ё q-t-t- i v-e-ё-? ------------------------- Ku ёshtё qyteti i vjetёr? 0
Where is the cathedral? K- ёsht-------r----? Ku ёshtё katedralja? K- ё-h-ё k-t-d-a-j-? -------------------- Ku ёshtё katedralja? 0
Where is the museum? Ku---htё---ze-? Ku ёshtё muzeu? K- ё-h-ё m-z-u- --------------- Ku ёshtё muzeu? 0
Where can one buy stamps? K--k- p-lla---r t- -ler-? Ku ka pulla pёr tё blerё? K- k- p-l-a p-r t- b-e-ё- ------------------------- Ku ka pulla pёr tё blerё? 0
Where can one buy flowers? K--k- --l- -ёr -ё--l--ё? Ku ka lule pёr tё blerё? K- k- l-l- p-r t- b-e-ё- ------------------------ Ku ka lule pёr tё blerё? 0
Where can one buy tickets? Ku-k- bi-eta-pёr t- bl--ё? Ku ka bileta pёr tё blerё? K- k- b-l-t- p-r t- b-e-ё- -------------------------- Ku ka bileta pёr tё blerё? 0
Where is the harbour / harbor (am.)? Ku--sh-ё-po--i? Ku ёshtё porti? K- ё-h-ё p-r-i- --------------- Ku ёshtё porti? 0
Where is the market? Ku--s-tё paz--i? Ku ёshtё pazari? K- ё-h-ё p-z-r-? ---------------- Ku ёshtё pazari? 0
Where is the castle? K----h---kё-h-j--l-? Ku ёshtё kёshtjella? K- ё-h-ё k-s-t-e-l-? -------------------- Ku ёshtё kёshtjella? 0
When does the tour begin? Kur--------v-z-ta m- cic---n? Kur fillon vizita me cicёron? K-r f-l-o- v-z-t- m- c-c-r-n- ----------------------------- Kur fillon vizita me cicёron? 0
When does the tour end? K-- mba--n---z-ta -e ---ёr-n? Kur mbaron vizita me cicёron? K-r m-a-o- v-z-t- m- c-c-r-n- ----------------------------- Kur mbaron vizita me cicёron? 0
How long is the tour? S--z-jat vi------- ci--r--? Sa zgjat vizita me cicёron? S- z-j-t v-z-t- m- c-c-r-n- --------------------------- Sa zgjat vizita me cicёron? 0
I would like a guide who speaks German. Dua-n-ё cicё-o- ----le- g-erman--h-. Dua njё cicёron qё flet gjermanisht. D-a n-ё c-c-r-n q- f-e- g-e-m-n-s-t- ------------------------------------ Dua njё cicёron qё flet gjermanisht. 0
I would like a guide who speaks Italian. D-a ------c-ron -ё--l-- i-a-isht. Dua njё cicёron qё flet italisht. D-a n-ё c-c-r-n q- f-e- i-a-i-h-. --------------------------------- Dua njё cicёron qё flet italisht. 0
I would like a guide who speaks French. D-a n-ё-----ron-q- -l-t --ë-g--s--. Dua njё cicёron qё flet frëngjisht. D-a n-ё c-c-r-n q- f-e- f-ë-g-i-h-. ----------------------------------- Dua njё cicёron qё flet frëngjisht. 0

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