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en At the cinema   »   fr Au cinéma

45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [quarante-cinq]

Au cinéma

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We want to go to the cinema. No-s ---l--s all---a----n-ma. N___ v______ a____ a_ c______ N-u- v-u-o-s a-l-r a- c-n-m-. ----------------------------- Nous voulons aller au cinéma. 0
A good film is playing today. A-jou--’h---il y---un---- -ilm. A__________ i_ y a u_ b__ f____ A-j-u-d-h-i i- y a u- b-n f-l-. ------------------------------- Aujourd’hui il y a un bon film. 0
The film is brand new. L- f-----st tout-no----u. L_ f___ e__ t___ n_______ L- f-l- e-t t-u- n-u-e-u- ------------------------- Le film est tout nouveau. 0
Where is the cash register? Où---t-la cai-s--? O_ e__ l_ c_____ ? O- e-t l- c-i-s- ? ------------------ Où est la caisse ? 0
Are seats still available? Y---t------c--- -e- p-a-es -- l-bre ? Y_______ e_____ d__ p_____ d_ l____ ? Y-a-t-i- e-c-r- d-s p-a-e- d- l-b-e ? ------------------------------------- Y-a-t-il encore des places de libre ? 0
How much are the admission tickets? C-mb--n coût-n- les -i-l-ts-d-----é- ? C______ c______ l__ b______ d_______ ? C-m-i-n c-û-e-t l-s b-l-e-s d-e-t-é- ? -------------------------------------- Combien coûtent les billets d’entrée ? 0
When does the show begin? Q--n----mme------------e-? Q____ c_______ l_ s_____ ? Q-a-d c-m-e-c- l- s-a-c- ? -------------------------- Quand commence la séance ? 0
How long is the film? C--b--n ---t--ps ---- l--f--- ? C______ d_ t____ d___ l_ f___ ? C-m-i-n d- t-m-s d-r- l- f-l- ? ------------------------------- Combien de temps dure le film ? 0
Can one reserve tickets? Pe---on ----r-e- des-b-l-et- -’-ntr-- ? P______ r_______ d__ b______ d_______ ? P-u---n r-s-r-e- d-s b-l-e-s d-e-t-é- ? --------------------------------------- Peut-on réserver des billets d’entrée ? 0
I want to sit at the back. J--voudr-is un- place-à l’arr-ère. J_ v_______ u__ p____ à l_________ J- v-u-r-i- u-e p-a-e à l-a-r-è-e- ---------------------------------- Je voudrais une place à l’arrière. 0
I want to sit at the front. J------rais --e--l--e-à l---a-t. J_ v_______ u__ p____ à l_______ J- v-u-r-i- u-e p-a-e à l-a-a-t- -------------------------------- Je voudrais une place à l’avant. 0
I want to sit in the middle. Je --u-r--s -ne-pl--- -u mi----. J_ v_______ u__ p____ a_ m______ J- v-u-r-i- u-e p-a-e a- m-l-e-. -------------------------------- Je voudrais une place au milieu. 0
The film was exciting. L--fil--é-ait ---t--a-t. L_ f___ é____ c_________ L- f-l- é-a-t c-p-i-a-t- ------------------------ Le film était captivant. 0
The film was not boring. L--film -’é-a----a--e-n--e-x. L_ f___ n______ p__ e________ L- f-l- n-é-a-t p-s e-n-y-u-. ----------------------------- Le film n’était pas ennuyeux. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. M-i--l---i-r----------eu---u------i--. M___ l_ l____ é____ m____ q__ l_ f____ M-i- l- l-v-e é-a-t m-e-x q-e l- f-l-. -------------------------------------- Mais le livre était mieux que le film. 0
How was the music? C-mm-n---tai- la-m--i-ue-? C______ é____ l_ m______ ? C-m-e-t é-a-t l- m-s-q-e ? -------------------------- Comment était la musique ? 0
How were the actors? Com--nt éta-e-t ----a----rs-? C______ é______ l__ a______ ? C-m-e-t é-a-e-t l-s a-t-u-s ? ----------------------------- Comment étaient les acteurs ? 0
Were there English subtitles? Y-av--t-il d-- s-u---it--- -n -n--a---? Y_________ d__ s__________ e_ a______ ? Y-a-a-t-i- d-s s-u---i-r-s e- a-g-a-s ? --------------------------------------- Y-avait-il des sous-titres en anglais ? 0

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