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en At the cinema   »   id Di Bioskop

45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [empat puluh lima]

Di Bioskop

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We want to go to the cinema. Ka-i i---- pe--- k--b---ko-. K___ i____ p____ k_ b_______ K-m- i-g-n p-r-i k- b-o-k-p- ---------------------------- Kami ingin pergi ke bioskop. 0
A good film is playing today. H-----ni-s-da-- -ip---r-film-y-n- --gus. H___ i__ s_____ d______ f___ y___ b_____ H-r- i-i s-d-n- d-p-t-r f-l- y-n- b-g-s- ---------------------------------------- Hari ini sedang diputar film yang bagus. 0
The film is brand new. Fil-n-a m-sih-sa--at -aru. F______ m____ s_____ b____ F-l-n-a m-s-h s-n-a- b-r-. -------------------------- Filmnya masih sangat baru. 0
Where is the cash register? Di --na-m-ja-kasir? D_ m___ m___ k_____ D- m-n- m-j- k-s-r- ------------------- Di mana meja kasir? 0
Are seats still available? Ap--ah-mas-- a-a-t--pa- koso--? A_____ m____ a__ t_____ k______ A-a-a- m-s-h a-a t-m-a- k-s-n-? ------------------------------- Apakah masih ada tempat kosong? 0
How much are the admission tickets? Be-ap----r-a--i--t-m-suk---? B_____ h____ t____ m________ B-r-p- h-r-a t-k-t m-s-k-y-? ---------------------------- Berapa harga tiket masuknya? 0
When does the show begin? Kap-- m-la- pe-----u-a-ny-? K____ m____ p______________ K-p-n m-l-i p-r-u-j-k-n-y-? --------------------------- Kapan mulai pertunjukannya? 0
How long is the film? B--apa la----il-n-a? B_____ l___ f_______ B-r-p- l-m- f-l-n-a- -------------------- Berapa lama filmnya? 0
Can one reserve tickets? Ap--ah t--et--- su--h-d---t-d-pes--? A_____ t_______ s____ d____ d_______ A-a-a- t-k-t-y- s-d-h d-p-t d-p-s-n- ------------------------------------ Apakah tiketnya sudah dapat dipesan? 0
I want to sit at the back. S-y- -n-in--u-u---i--elakang. S___ i____ d____ d_ b________ S-y- i-g-n d-d-k d- b-l-k-n-. ----------------------------- Saya ingin duduk di belakang. 0
I want to sit at the front. S-y----g-n----uk-d- -ep--. S___ i____ d____ d_ d_____ S-y- i-g-n d-d-k d- d-p-n- -------------------------- Saya ingin duduk di depan. 0
I want to sit in the middle. S-----n-in --d-- -----nga-. S___ i____ d____ d_ t______ S-y- i-g-n d-d-k d- t-n-a-. --------------------------- Saya ingin duduk di tengah. 0
The film was exciting. F--mny- m-ne--n--a-. F______ m___________ F-l-n-a m-n-g-n-k-n- -------------------- Filmnya menegangkan. 0
The film was not boring. F-lm-ya --da---e---s-nk--. F______ t____ m___________ F-l-n-a t-d-k m-m-o-a-k-n- -------------------------- Filmnya tidak membosankan. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. T--i --k------eb-h b-g-s d-b--din- --l----. T___ b______ l____ b____ d________ f_______ T-p- b-k-n-a l-b-h b-g-s d-b-n-i-g f-l-n-a- ------------------------------------------- Tapi bukunya lebih bagus dibanding filmnya. 0
How was the music? B-gai---a-----kny-? B________ m________ B-g-i-a-a m-s-k-y-? ------------------- Bagaimana musiknya? 0
How were the actors? B-----a-a-a-t--n--? B________ a________ B-g-i-a-a a-t-r-y-? ------------------- Bagaimana aktornya? 0
Were there English subtitles? A----h-ad- -erj--a--- ---a----hasa In-----? A_____ a__ t_________ d____ b_____ I_______ A-a-a- a-a t-r-e-a-a- d-l-m b-h-s- I-g-r-s- ------------------------------------------- Apakah ada terjemahan dalam bahasa Inggris? 0

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