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45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [nelikümmend viis]

Kinos

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We want to go to the cinema. M------k------i-no. M_ t________ k_____ M- t-h-k-i-e k-n-o- ------------------- Me tahaksime kinno. 0
A good film is playing today. Tä-a j--ks-b--e- fi--. T___ j______ h__ f____ T-n- j-o-s-b h-a f-l-. ---------------------- Täna jookseb hea film. 0
The film is brand new. S-e f-lm-on-täi---i--us. S__ f___ o_ t______ u___ S-e f-l- o- t-i-s-i u-s- ------------------------ See film on täiesti uus. 0
Where is the cash register? Ku- on--a-sa? K__ o_ k_____ K-s o- k-s-a- ------------- Kus on kassa? 0
Are seats still available? K---on -ee--va-- koh-i? K__ o_ v___ v___ k_____ K-s o- v-e- v-b- k-h-i- ----------------------- Kas on veel vabu kohti? 0
How much are the admission tickets? Ku- palj- ma-s-vad-p-letid? K__ p____ m_______ p_______ K-i p-l-u m-k-a-a- p-l-t-d- --------------------------- Kui palju maksavad piletid? 0
When does the show begin? M-l--l---an-- al---? M_____ s_____ a_____ M-l-a- s-a-s- a-g-b- -------------------- Millal seanss algab? 0
How long is the film? Kui-ka-- film----ta-? K__ k___ f___ k______ K-i k-u- f-l- k-s-a-? --------------------- Kui kaua film kestab? 0
Can one reserve tickets? K-s-p--etei--s-ab r-s---eeri--? K__ p_______ s___ r____________ K-s p-l-t-i- s-a- r-s-r-e-r-d-? ------------------------------- Kas pileteid saab reserveerida? 0
I want to sit at the back. Ma soov----tag--i-tu--. M_ s______ t___ i______ M- s-o-i-s t-g- i-t-d-. ----------------------- Ma sooviks taga istuda. 0
I want to sit at the front. Ma s-ov-ks e-- -s--d-. M_ s______ e__ i______ M- s-o-i-s e-s i-t-d-. ---------------------- Ma sooviks ees istuda. 0
I want to sit in the middle. Ma--o-v-k- k--k-- istu-a. M_ s______ k_____ i______ M- s-o-i-s k-s-e- i-t-d-. ------------------------- Ma sooviks keskel istuda. 0
The film was exciting. F-l- --i-p-ne-. F___ o__ p_____ F-l- o-i p-n-v- --------------- Film oli põnev. 0
The film was not boring. F-lm -i -l-u- -ga-. F___ e_ o____ i____ F-l- e- o-n-d i-a-. ------------------- Film ei olnud igav. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. A-- r--------i ---em -u- fil-. A__ r_____ o__ p____ k__ f____ A-a r-a-a- o-i p-r-m k-i f-l-. ------------------------------ Aga raamat oli parem kui film. 0
How was the music? K---as m-u--k- ol-? K_____ m______ o___ K-i-a- m-u-i-a o-i- ------------------- Kuidas muusika oli? 0
How were the actors? K-idas --i--ej----lid? K_____ n________ o____ K-i-a- n-i-l-j-d o-i-? ---------------------- Kuidas näitlejad olid? 0
Were there English subtitles? K-s --g--s-k-el-----s--t-i-r-i- oli? K__ i______________ s__________ o___ K-s i-g-i-e-e-l-e-d s-b-i-t-e-d o-i- ------------------------------------ Kas inglisekeelseid subtiitreid oli? 0

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