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45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [vijfenveertig]

In de bioscoop

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We want to go to the cinema. W- ----en--aa- de --o---op. We willen naar de bioscoop. W- w-l-e- n-a- d- b-o-c-o-. --------------------------- We willen naar de bioscoop. 0
A good film is playing today. V-nd----dra-i---- --n -oe-e ----. Vandaag draait er een goede film. V-n-a-g d-a-i- e- e-n g-e-e f-l-. --------------------------------- Vandaag draait er een goede film. 0
The film is brand new. D--f--m--s-h-lemaal ni--w. De film is helemaal nieuw. D- f-l- i- h-l-m-a- n-e-w- -------------------------- De film is helemaal nieuw. 0
Where is the cash register? Wa-r-is-de--a---? Waar is de kassa? W-a- i- d- k-s-a- ----------------- Waar is de kassa? 0
Are seats still available? Z--- -r nog p----s-n-v--j? Zijn er nog plaatsen vrij? Z-j- e- n-g p-a-t-e- v-i-? -------------------------- Zijn er nog plaatsen vrij? 0
How much are the admission tickets? H---e-l ko---n-de kaartjes? Hoeveel kosten de kaartjes? H-e-e-l k-s-e- d- k-a-t-e-? --------------------------- Hoeveel kosten de kaartjes? 0
When does the show begin? Wan---- beg--- d--vo-rs-ellin-? Wanneer begint de voorstelling? W-n-e-r b-g-n- d- v-o-s-e-l-n-? ------------------------------- Wanneer begint de voorstelling? 0
How long is the film? H----a-g du-rt d- fil-? Hoe lang duurt de film? H-e l-n- d-u-t d- f-l-? ----------------------- Hoe lang duurt de film? 0
Can one reserve tickets? K-- --n---k --a--j----e-e--eren? Kan men ook kaartjes reserveren? K-n m-n o-k k-a-t-e- r-s-r-e-e-? -------------------------------- Kan men ook kaartjes reserveren? 0
I want to sit at the back. Ik-wil -r--g--c-t---n -i--e-. Ik wil graag achterin zitten. I- w-l g-a-g a-h-e-i- z-t-e-. ----------------------------- Ik wil graag achterin zitten. 0
I want to sit at the front. I- -il ------voor-a- zitten. Ik wil graag vooraan zitten. I- w-l g-a-g v-o-a-n z-t-e-. ---------------------------- Ik wil graag vooraan zitten. 0
I want to sit in the middle. I----- -ra-g in h-t m-dd-- --t-en. Ik wil graag in het midden zitten. I- w-l g-a-g i- h-t m-d-e- z-t-e-. ---------------------------------- Ik wil graag in het midden zitten. 0
The film was exciting. D----lm --s -p------. De film was spannend. D- f-l- w-s s-a-n-n-. --------------------- De film was spannend. 0
The film was not boring. De f-l---as n--- s--i. De film was niet saai. D- f-l- w-s n-e- s-a-. ---------------------- De film was niet saai. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. Ma---h-----ek---s -e--r dan de-f---. Maar het boek was beter dan de film. M-a- h-t b-e- w-s b-t-r d-n d- f-l-. ------------------------------------ Maar het boek was beter dan de film. 0
How was the music? Hoe-wa--------ie-? Hoe was de muziek? H-e w-s d- m-z-e-? ------------------ Hoe was de muziek? 0
How were the actors? Ho--w-r-n-d- ---e-rs? Hoe waren de acteurs? H-e w-r-n d- a-t-u-s- --------------------- Hoe waren de acteurs? 0
Were there English subtitles? Wa-en-e- -ngels--o-d-------s? Waren er Engelse ondertitels? W-r-n e- E-g-l-e o-d-r-i-e-s- ----------------------------- Waren er Engelse ondertitels? 0

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