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45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [quarantacinque]

Al cinema

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We want to go to the cinema. V--liam---nd-r- al---ne-a. V_______ a_____ a_ c______ V-g-i-m- a-d-r- a- c-n-m-. -------------------------- Vogliamo andare al cinema. 0
A good film is playing today. Oggi--an-- un-bel -il-. O___ d____ u_ b__ f____ O-g- d-n-o u- b-l f-l-. ----------------------- Oggi danno un bel film. 0
The film is brand new. Il fi-m è a-p--a us--t-. I_ f___ è a_____ u______ I- f-l- è a-p-n- u-c-t-. ------------------------ Il film è appena uscito. 0
Where is the cash register? D-v’- la-c--s-? D____ l_ c_____ D-v-è l- c-s-a- --------------- Dov’è la cassa? 0
Are seats still available? C- -on--anc--a-p--ti-li-er-? C_ s___ a_____ p____ l______ C- s-n- a-c-r- p-s-i l-b-r-? ---------------------------- Ci sono ancora posti liberi? 0
How much are the admission tickets? Q--n-- cos--no - ---l-e-t-? Q_____ c______ i b_________ Q-a-t- c-s-a-o i b-g-i-t-i- --------------------------- Quanto costano i biglietti? 0
When does the show begin? Q-a-d- c-m----a-l--s-e-t--o--? Q_____ c_______ l_ s__________ Q-a-d- c-m-n-i- l- s-e-t-c-l-? ------------------------------ Quando comincia lo spettacolo? 0
How long is the film? Q--nt- -ur--il ----? Q_____ d___ i_ f____ Q-a-t- d-r- i- f-l-? -------------------- Quanto dura il film? 0
Can one reserve tickets? Si-po----- -----v----dei-b--l--t--? S_ p______ r________ d__ b_________ S- p-s-o-o r-s-r-a-e d-i b-g-i-t-i- ----------------------------------- Si possono riservare dei biglietti? 0
I want to sit at the back. Io v------s---rm----et-o. I_ v_____ s______ d______ I- v-r-e- s-d-r-i d-e-r-. ------------------------- Io vorrei sedermi dietro. 0
I want to sit at the front. I-----re--seder-- dava-ti. I_ v_____ s______ d_______ I- v-r-e- s-d-r-i d-v-n-i- -------------------------- Io vorrei sedermi davanti. 0
I want to sit in the middle. Io v----- s---rm- -l----t-o. I_ v_____ s______ a_ c______ I- v-r-e- s-d-r-i a- c-n-r-. ---------------------------- Io vorrei sedermi al centro. 0
The film was exciting. Il-fi---- -ta-o--m-z---ante. I_ f___ è s____ e___________ I- f-l- è s-a-o e-o-i-n-n-e- ---------------------------- Il film è stato emozionante. 0
The film was not boring. I- fi-m -o---ra -o--so. I_ f___ n__ e__ n______ I- f-l- n-n e-a n-i-s-. ----------------------- Il film non era noioso. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. M- il--ib-- su------- basa i---ilm-er- m----o. M_ i_ l____ s_ c__ s_ b___ i_ f___ e__ m______ M- i- l-b-o s- c-i s- b-s- i- f-l- e-a m-g-i-. ---------------------------------------------- Ma il libro su cui si basa il film era meglio. 0
How was the music? Co-’era--a-c------ -----a? C______ l_ c______ s______ C-m-e-a l- c-l-n-a s-n-r-? -------------------------- Com’era la colonna sonora? 0
How were the actors? Co--era-o-g-- ----ri? C________ g__ a______ C-m-e-a-o g-i a-t-r-? --------------------- Com’erano gli attori? 0
Were there English subtitles? C’er-n- ---o--o-i---i--n--ng--s-? C______ i s__________ i_ i_______ C-e-a-o i s-t-o-i-o-i i- i-g-e-e- --------------------------------- C’erano i sottotitoli in inglese? 0

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