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en At the cinema   »   cs V kině

45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [čtyřicet pět]

V kině

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We want to go to the cinema. Chc-m- -í- -o kina. Chceme jít do kina. C-c-m- j-t d- k-n-. ------------------- Chceme jít do kina. 0
A good film is playing today. Dn-- se--ra-e-dob---film. Dnes se hraje dobrý film. D-e- s- h-a-e d-b-ý f-l-. ------------------------- Dnes se hraje dobrý film. 0
The film is brand new. J- ---úp-n--nov- -i--. Je to úplně nový film. J- t- ú-l-ě n-v- f-l-. ---------------------- Je to úplně nový film. 0
Where is the cash register? K-e-je po-l-dna? Kde je pokladna? K-e j- p-k-a-n-? ---------------- Kde je pokladna? 0
Are seats still available? J-ou-j--tě v-l---m--ta? Jsou ještě volná místa? J-o- j-š-ě v-l-á m-s-a- ----------------------- Jsou ještě volná místa? 0
How much are the admission tickets? Ko--k s-ojí ---upen-y? Kolik stojí vstupenky? K-l-k s-o-í v-t-p-n-y- ---------------------- Kolik stojí vstupenky? 0
When does the show begin? Kd---a-íná--ře--t-v-n-? Kdy začíná představení? K-y z-č-n- p-e-s-a-e-í- ----------------------- Kdy začíná představení? 0
How long is the film? Ja- -lo----t---fi-m----á? Jak dlouho ten film trvá? J-k d-o-h- t-n f-l- t-v-? ------------------------- Jak dlouho ten film trvá? 0
Can one reserve tickets? L---si--e--rv---t----upenky? Lze si rezervovat vstupenky? L-e s- r-z-r-o-a- v-t-p-n-y- ---------------------------- Lze si rezervovat vstupenky? 0
I want to sit at the back. C-----/-cht--a -y-- --dě- vzadu. Chtěl / chtěla bych sedět vzadu. C-t-l / c-t-l- b-c- s-d-t v-a-u- -------------------------------- Chtěl / chtěla bych sedět vzadu. 0
I want to sit at the front. C---l-/ c-t-l- -y-h --d-t-vep--du. Chtěl / chtěla bych sedět vepředu. C-t-l / c-t-l- b-c- s-d-t v-p-e-u- ---------------------------------- Chtěl / chtěla bych sedět vepředu. 0
I want to sit in the middle. Ch----- c----- -ych------ -pros---d. Chtěl / chtěla bych sedět uprostřed. C-t-l / c-t-l- b-c- s-d-t u-r-s-ř-d- ------------------------------------ Chtěl / chtěla bych sedět uprostřed. 0
The film was exciting. Te--f--- --l---pín-vý. Ten film byl napínavý. T-n f-l- b-l n-p-n-v-. ---------------------- Ten film byl napínavý. 0
The film was not boring. T-n------n-by-----n-. Ten film nebyl nudný. T-n f-l- n-b-l n-d-ý- --------------------- Ten film nebyl nudný. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. Ale-k-iž----ře---h--b-la lepší. Ale knižní předloha byla lepší. A-e k-i-n- p-e-l-h- b-l- l-p-í- ------------------------------- Ale knižní předloha byla lepší. 0
How was the music? J-ká -yla-hud--? Jaká byla hudba? J-k- b-l- h-d-a- ---------------- Jaká byla hudba? 0
How were the actors? Jací---l- -erc-? Jací byli herci? J-c- b-l- h-r-i- ---------------- Jací byli herci? 0
Were there English subtitles? M-l ----fi----n--i--é--i---ky? Měl ten film anglické titulky? M-l t-n f-l- a-g-i-k- t-t-l-y- ------------------------------ Měl ten film anglické titulky? 0

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