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45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [neljäkymmentäviisi]



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We want to go to the cinema. Ha------ e----------------. Haluamme elokuvateatteriin. 0 +
A good film is playing today. Tä---- p----- h--- e------. Tänään pyörii hyvä elokuva. 0 +
The film is brand new. Tä-- e------ o- a---- u---. Tämä elokuva on aivan uusi. 0 +
Where is the cash register? Mi--- k---- o-? Missä kassa on? 0 +
Are seats still available? Lö------ v---- v------ p-------? Löytyykö vielä vapaita paikkoja? 0 +
How much are the admission tickets? Mi-- s--------------- m-----? Mitä sisäänpääsylippu maksaa? 0 +
When does the show begin? Mi----- e----- a----? Milloin esitys alkaa? 0 +
How long is the film? Ka----- e------ k-----? Kauanko elokuva kestää? 0 +
Can one reserve tickets? Vo--- l------ v-----? Voiko lippuja varata? 0 +
I want to sit at the back. Ha---- i---- t-----. Haluan istua takana. 0 +
I want to sit at the front. Ha---- i---- e-----. Haluan istua edessä. 0 +
I want to sit in the middle. Ha---- i---- k-------. Haluan istua keskellä. 0 +
The film was exciting. El----- o-- j---------. Elokuva oli jännittävä. 0 +
The film was not boring. El----- e- o---- t----. Elokuva ei ollut tylsä. 0 +
But the book on which the film was based was better. Mu--- k----- j---- e------ p-------- o-- p------. Mutta kirja, johon elokuva perustui, oli parempi. 0 +
How was the music? Mi--------- m------- o--? Minkälaista musiikki oli? 0 +
How were the actors? Mi--------- n---------- o-----? Minkälaisia näyttelijät olivat? 0 +
Were there English subtitles? Ol--- e---------------- t-----------? Oliko englanninkielisiä tekstityksiä? 0 +

Language and music

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