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W zoo

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At the zoo

At the zoo

43 [czterdzieści trzy]


W zoo

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The zoo is there. Ta- j--- z--. Tam jest zoo. 0 +
The giraffes are there. Ta- s- ż-----. Tam są żyrafy. 0 +
Where are the bears? Gd--- s- n-----------? Gdzie są niedźwiedzie? 0 +
Where are the elephants? Gd--- s- s-----? Gdzie są słonie? 0 +
Where are the snakes? Gd--- s- w---? Gdzie są węże? 0 +
Where are the lions? Gd--- s- l--? Gdzie są lwy? 0 +
I have a camera. Ma- a----- f------------. Mam aparat fotograficzny. 0 +
I also have a video camera. Ma- t-- k----- w----. Mam też kamerę wideo. 0 +
Where can I find a battery? Gd--- j--- b------? Gdzie jest bateria? 0 +
Where are the penguins? Gd--- s- p-------? Gdzie są pingwiny? 0 +
Where are the kangaroos? Gd--- s- k------? Gdzie są kangury? 0 +
Where are the rhinos? Gd--- s- n--------? Gdzie są nosorożce? 0 +
Where is the toilet / restroom (am.)? Gd--- j--- t------? Gdzie jest toaleta? 0 +
There is a café over there. Ta- j--- k--------. Tam jest kawiarnia. 0 +
There is a restaurant over there. Ta- j--- r----------. Tam jest restauracja. 0 +
Where are the camels? Gd--- s- w--------? Gdzie są wielbłądy? 0 +
Where are the gorillas and the zebras? Gd--- s- g----- i z----? Gdzie są goryle i zebry? 0 +
Where are the tigers and the crocodiles? Gd--- s- t------ i k--------? Gdzie są tygrysy i krokodyle? 0 +

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