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Where is the tourist information office? N---an---- -a---apa- ---mga ----s-a? Nasaan ang tanggapan ng mga turista? N-s-a- a-g t-n-g-p-n n- m-a t-r-s-a- ------------------------------------ Nasaan ang tanggapan ng mga turista? 0
Do you have a city map for me? M--ro-- -a--a-g--a-- ----u--so--pa-a -a -k--? Mayroon ka bang mapa ng lungsod para sa akin? M-y-o-n k- b-n- m-p- n- l-n-s-d p-r- s- a-i-? --------------------------------------------- Mayroon ka bang mapa ng lungsod para sa akin? 0
Can one reserve a room here? M---r- ----a---re---ba-n---s-n--k---to n--h-tel --t-? Maaari ba magpareserba ng isang kwarto ng hotel dito? M-a-r- b- m-g-a-e-e-b- n- i-a-g k-a-t- n- h-t-l d-t-? ----------------------------------------------------- Maaari ba magpareserba ng isang kwarto ng hotel dito? 0
Where is the old city? Nas--n ----l---n--b-y-n? Nasaan ang lumang bayan? N-s-a- a-g l-m-n- b-y-n- ------------------------ Nasaan ang lumang bayan? 0
Where is the cathedral? N--a-- an--ka---r-l? Nasaan ang katedral? N-s-a- a-g k-t-d-a-? -------------------- Nasaan ang katedral? 0
Where is the museum? Nasaan-ang--u-eo? Nasaan ang museo? N-s-a- a-g m-s-o- ----------------- Nasaan ang museo? 0
Where can one buy stamps? Sa-- --------l- n-------elyo? Saan makakabili ng mga selyo? S-a- m-k-k-b-l- n- m-a s-l-o- ----------------------------- Saan makakabili ng mga selyo? 0
Where can one buy flowers? S-a--makaka-il-----m-- -u----a-? Saan makakabili ng mga bulaklak? S-a- m-k-k-b-l- n- m-a b-l-k-a-? -------------------------------- Saan makakabili ng mga bulaklak? 0
Where can one buy tickets? S--- -akak--i-i-n---g--t-k-t? Saan makakabili ng mga tiket? S-a- m-k-k-b-l- n- m-a t-k-t- ----------------------------- Saan makakabili ng mga tiket? 0
Where is the harbour / harbor (am.)? N--aa----g--aun--n? Nasaan ang daungan? N-s-a- a-g d-u-g-n- ------------------- Nasaan ang daungan? 0
Where is the market? N--aan --- pale----? Nasaan ang palengke? N-s-a- a-g p-l-n-k-? -------------------- Nasaan ang palengke? 0
Where is the castle? Na-aan---g-ka--i---? Nasaan ang kastilyo? N-s-a- a-g k-s-i-y-? -------------------- Nasaan ang kastilyo? 0
When does the tour begin? Ka--a- --g-------a -n- ---li--bo- ng---- g-bay? Kailan magsisimula ang paglilibot ng may gabay? K-i-a- m-g-i-i-u-a a-g p-g-i-i-o- n- m-y g-b-y- ----------------------------------------------- Kailan magsisimula ang paglilibot ng may gabay? 0
When does the tour end? Ka--a- matatapo--a-- pag--l--o---g-may -a--y? Kailan matatapos ang paglilibot ng may gabay? K-i-a- m-t-t-p-s a-g p-g-i-i-o- n- m-y g-b-y- --------------------------------------------- Kailan matatapos ang paglilibot ng may gabay? 0
How long is the tour? G--n- ka---a- -n---a-l-li--t ng --y-ga--y? Gaano katagal ang paglilibot ng may gabay? G-a-o k-t-g-l a-g p-g-i-i-o- n- m-y g-b-y- ------------------------------------------ Gaano katagal ang paglilibot ng may gabay? 0
I would like a guide who speaks German. G-sto-ko-n--i-----gab-y ------sa-a--t--ng---e-an. Gusto ko ng isang gabay na nagsasalita ng Aleman. G-s-o k- n- i-a-g g-b-y n- n-g-a-a-i-a n- A-e-a-. ------------------------------------------------- Gusto ko ng isang gabay na nagsasalita ng Aleman. 0
I would like a guide who speaks Italian. Gu-----o--g i-a-g-gab-y ---n----sal--a ng-----y---. Gusto ko ng isang gabay na nagsasalita ng Italyano. G-s-o k- n- i-a-g g-b-y n- n-g-a-a-i-a n- I-a-y-n-. --------------------------------------------------- Gusto ko ng isang gabay na nagsasalita ng Italyano. 0
I would like a guide who speaks French. Gust- k------s--- ga--y na----s----i-- ng -------. Gusto ko ng isang gabay na nagsasalita ng Pranses. G-s-o k- n- i-a-g g-b-y n- n-g-a-a-i-a n- P-a-s-s- -------------------------------------------------- Gusto ko ng isang gabay na nagsasalita ng Pranses. 0

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