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en At the cinema   »   hu A moziban

45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [negyvenöt]

A moziban

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We want to go to the cinema. Mozib---karunk---n--. Moziba akarunk menni. M-z-b- a-a-u-k m-n-i- --------------------- Moziba akarunk menni. 0
A good film is playing today. M- e-y jó -il--le--. Ma egy jó film lesz. M- e-y j- f-l- l-s-. -------------------- Ma egy jó film lesz. 0
The film is brand new. A f-lm-telj--e- -j. A film teljesen új. A f-l- t-l-e-e- ú-. ------------------- A film teljesen új. 0
Where is the cash register? Hol--an-a---n-t--? Hol van a pénztár? H-l v-n a p-n-t-r- ------------------ Hol van a pénztár? 0
Are seats still available? Va-nak---g ------ --l-e-? Vannak még szabad helyek? V-n-a- m-g s-a-a- h-l-e-? ------------------------- Vannak még szabad helyek? 0
How much are the admission tickets? Me-ny--- k----n-- ---e-yek? Mennyibe kerülnek a jegyek? M-n-y-b- k-r-l-e- a j-g-e-? --------------------------- Mennyibe kerülnek a jegyek? 0
When does the show begin? M------e-d--i--az e--ad--? Mikor kezdődik az előadás? M-k-r k-z-ő-i- a- e-ő-d-s- -------------------------- Mikor kezdődik az előadás? 0
How long is the film? Medd---t----a --lm? Meddig tart a film? M-d-i- t-r- a f-l-? ------------------- Meddig tart a film? 0
Can one reserve tickets? Le--t fo-l---- -e---ke-? Lehet foglalni jegyeket? L-h-t f-g-a-n- j-g-e-e-? ------------------------ Lehet foglalni jegyeket? 0
I want to sit at the back. Há--l---e-------ü-ni. Hátul szeretnék ülni. H-t-l s-e-e-n-k ü-n-. --------------------- Hátul szeretnék ülni. 0
I want to sit at the front. E-öl--ze-e-né- üln-. Elöl szeretnék ülni. E-ö- s-e-e-n-k ü-n-. -------------------- Elöl szeretnék ülni. 0
I want to sit in the middle. K-z-pen sz---tné- üln-. Középen szeretnék ülni. K-z-p-n s-e-e-n-k ü-n-. ----------------------- Középen szeretnék ülni. 0
The film was exciting. Izg-l-----i-m---l-. Izgalmas film volt. I-g-l-a- f-l- v-l-. ------------------- Izgalmas film volt. 0
The film was not boring. A---lm --- -o-- un-lm--. A film nem volt unalmas. A f-l- n-m v-l- u-a-m-s- ------------------------ A film nem volt unalmas. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. De-a ------- -ilm--z --pest----b---l-. De a könyv a filmhez képest jobb volt. D- a k-n-v a f-l-h-z k-p-s- j-b- v-l-. -------------------------------------- De a könyv a filmhez képest jobb volt. 0
How was the music? Mi--en-v-l- a----e? Milyen volt a zene? M-l-e- v-l- a z-n-? ------------------- Milyen volt a zene? 0
How were the actors? M-ly-----voltak --színészek? Milyenek voltak a színészek? M-l-e-e- v-l-a- a s-í-é-z-k- ---------------------------- Milyenek voltak a színészek? 0
Were there English subtitles? V-l--a---l-fe--rat? Volt angol felirat? V-l- a-g-l f-l-r-t- ------------------- Volt angol felirat? 0

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