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45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [četrdeset i pet]

U kinu

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We want to go to the cinema. Že---- - -i-o. Želimo u kino. Ž-l-m- u k-n-. -------------- Želimo u kino. 0
A good film is playing today. Dan-s --ra--o-a--f--m. Danas igra dobar film. D-n-s i-r- d-b-r f-l-. ---------------------- Danas igra dobar film. 0
The film is brand new. Film-j--sa---m no-. Film je sasvim nov. F-l- j- s-s-i- n-v- ------------------- Film je sasvim nov. 0
Where is the cash register? Gdje -e----g-j--? Gdje je blagajna? G-j- j- b-a-a-n-? ----------------- Gdje je blagajna? 0
Are seats still available? I-a -i-----s---odnih --es--? Ima li još slobodnih mjesta? I-a l- j-š s-o-o-n-h m-e-t-? ---------------------------- Ima li još slobodnih mjesta? 0
How much are the admission tickets? Ko-iko --št-ju---a-nic-? Koliko koštaju ulaznicе? K-l-k- k-š-a-u u-a-n-c-? ------------------------ Koliko koštaju ulaznicе? 0
When does the show begin? K--a -o--nj---r--sta-a? Kada počinje predstava? K-d- p-č-n-e p-e-s-a-a- ----------------------- Kada počinje predstava? 0
How long is the film? Kol-ko-traj- fi-m? Koliko traje film? K-l-k- t-a-e f-l-? ------------------ Koliko traje film? 0
Can one reserve tickets? M-----i se---z-rv-ra---k----? Mogu li se rezervirati karte? M-g- l- s- r-z-r-i-a-i k-r-e- ----------------------------- Mogu li se rezervirati karte? 0
I want to sit at the back. H-i--- --j--- bi- sjedi-i -t---a. Htio / htjela bih sjediti otraga. H-i- / h-j-l- b-h s-e-i-i o-r-g-. --------------------------------- Htio / htjela bih sjediti otraga. 0
I want to sit at the front. H----- h-jel----- s-edit--n-pr--e-. Htio / htjela bih sjediti naprijed. H-i- / h-j-l- b-h s-e-i-i n-p-i-e-. ----------------------------------- Htio / htjela bih sjediti naprijed. 0
I want to sit in the middle. Htio --ht-e---bih sj--iti-- sre-i-i. Htio / htjela bih sjediti u sredini. H-i- / h-j-l- b-h s-e-i-i u s-e-i-i- ------------------------------------ Htio / htjela bih sjediti u sredini. 0
The film was exciting. Fi---je bio---p--. Film je bio napet. F-l- j- b-o n-p-t- ------------------ Film je bio napet. 0
The film was not boring. F--m n-j- -------ad-n. Film nije bio dosadan. F-l- n-j- b-o d-s-d-n- ---------------------- Film nije bio dosadan. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. Al--k-j--a -- b------l-- -----lm-. Ali knjiga je bila bolja od filma. A-i k-j-g- j- b-l- b-l-a o- f-l-a- ---------------------------------- Ali knjiga je bila bolja od filma. 0
How was the music? Kakva j- -il- -lazb-? Kakva je bila glazba? K-k-a j- b-l- g-a-b-? --------------------- Kakva je bila glazba? 0
How were the actors? K-kvi -u b--i glum-i? Kakvi su bili glumci? K-k-i s- b-l- g-u-c-? --------------------- Kakvi su bili glumci? 0
Were there English subtitles? Je-l- i-ao-t---ove -- ---l-skom--e-iku? Je li imao titlove na engleskom jeziku? J- l- i-a- t-t-o-e n- e-g-e-k-m j-z-k-? --------------------------------------- Je li imao titlove na engleskom jeziku? 0

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