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en At the cinema   »   ro La cinematograf

45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [patruzeci şi cinci]

La cinematograf

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We want to go to the cinema. V-e--să m---e--l- -i----t-graf. Vrem să mergem la cinematograf. V-e- s- m-r-e- l- c-n-m-t-g-a-. ------------------------------- Vrem să mergem la cinematograf. 0
A good film is playing today. Astă----u-ea---u----l---un. Astăzi rulează un film bun. A-t-z- r-l-a-ă u- f-l- b-n- --------------------------- Astăzi rulează un film bun. 0
The film is brand new. F--m-l --te-n-u. Filmul este nou. F-l-u- e-t- n-u- ---------------- Filmul este nou. 0
Where is the cash register? U-de ---- ---i--ia? Unde este casieria? U-d- e-t- c-s-e-i-? ------------------- Unde este casieria? 0
Are seats still available? M---su-- loc-ri -ib-r-? Mai sunt locuri libere? M-i s-n- l-c-r- l-b-r-? ----------------------- Mai sunt locuri libere? 0
How much are the admission tickets? Câ--c-st- --letel---e--n---r-? Cât costă biletele de intrare? C-t c-s-ă b-l-t-l- d- i-t-a-e- ------------------------------ Cât costă biletele de intrare? 0
When does the show begin? C----î-c-p- --pr-zen---i-? Când începe reprezentaţia? C-n- î-c-p- r-p-e-e-t-ţ-a- -------------------------- Când începe reprezentaţia? 0
How long is the film? C---du---z- ---mu-? Cât durează filmul? C-t d-r-a-ă f-l-u-? ------------------- Cât durează filmul? 0
Can one reserve tickets? Se pot---ze-va--il---? Se pot rezerva bilete? S- p-t r-z-r-a b-l-t-? ---------------------- Se pot rezerva bilete? 0
I want to sit at the back. Vr-a--s- stau-î--s--t-. Vreau să stau în spate. V-e-u s- s-a- î- s-a-e- ----------------------- Vreau să stau în spate. 0
I want to sit at the front. Vrea--să-s-a- în f-ţă. Vreau să stau în faţă. V-e-u s- s-a- î- f-ţ-. ---------------------- Vreau să stau în faţă. 0
I want to sit in the middle. V--au ----ta------ijloc. Vreau să stau la mijloc. V-e-u s- s-a- l- m-j-o-. ------------------------ Vreau să stau la mijloc. 0
The film was exciting. Filmul ----s---apti---t. Filmul a fost captivant. F-l-u- a f-s- c-p-i-a-t- ------------------------ Filmul a fost captivant. 0
The film was not boring. F--m-l -------st -l--tis-t-r. Filmul nu a fost plictisitor. F-l-u- n- a f-s- p-i-t-s-t-r- ----------------------------- Filmul nu a fost plictisitor. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. D-r----t-a ----ent---ilm---i-- -os- m-i -ună. Dar cartea aferentă filmului a fost mai bună. D-r c-r-e- a-e-e-t- f-l-u-u- a f-s- m-i b-n-. --------------------------------------------- Dar cartea aferentă filmului a fost mai bună. 0
How was the music? Cu- a --s- m-z--a? Cum a fost muzica? C-m a f-s- m-z-c-? ------------------ Cum a fost muzica? 0
How were the actors? C-- au -----a--o--i? Cum au fost actorii? C-m a- f-s- a-t-r-i- -------------------- Cum au fost actorii? 0
Were there English subtitles? E-istă-s--tit-ă------lim-- -ngl-ză? Există subtitrări în limba engleză? E-i-t- s-b-i-r-r- î- l-m-a e-g-e-ă- ----------------------------------- Există subtitrări în limba engleză? 0

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