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45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [štyridsaťpäť]

V kine

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We want to go to the cinema. C---m- ísť-----i-a. Chceme ísť do kina. C-c-m- í-ť d- k-n-. ------------------- Chceme ísť do kina. 0
A good film is playing today. D-e--dáv-j- d---- -i-m. Dnes dávajú dobrý film. D-e- d-v-j- d-b-ý f-l-. ----------------------- Dnes dávajú dobrý film. 0
The film is brand new. Fi-m-j---elk-- -ov-. Film je celkom nový. F-l- j- c-l-o- n-v-. -------------------- Film je celkom nový. 0
Where is the cash register? K-e-j- ---la-ň-? Kde je pokladňa? K-e j- p-k-a-ň-? ---------------- Kde je pokladňa? 0
Are seats still available? Sú---t- -o-n- -i-s-a? Sú ešte voľné miesta? S- e-t- v-ľ-é m-e-t-? --------------------- Sú ešte voľné miesta? 0
How much are the admission tickets? Koľk- s-o-- v-t--en--? Koľko stoja vstupenky? K-ľ-o s-o-a v-t-p-n-y- ---------------------- Koľko stoja vstupenky? 0
When does the show begin? K-dy --č--a-p-e-s--ve---? Kedy začína predstavenie? K-d- z-č-n- p-e-s-a-e-i-? ------------------------- Kedy začína predstavenie? 0
How long is the film? Ako dl-- --v--f-l-? Ako dlho trvá film? A-o d-h- t-v- f-l-? ------------------- Ako dlho trvá film? 0
Can one reserve tickets? Mož-- r--e--ov----st-p-nk-? Možno rezervovať vstupenky? M-ž-o r-z-r-o-a- v-t-p-n-y- --------------------------- Možno rezervovať vstupenky? 0
I want to sit at the back. Chcel -- ----se---ť v----. Chcel by som sedieť vzadu. C-c-l b- s-m s-d-e- v-a-u- -------------------------- Chcel by som sedieť vzadu. 0
I want to sit at the front. C-c-l -- som s---e- vpredu. Chcel by som sedieť vpredu. C-c-l b- s-m s-d-e- v-r-d-. --------------------------- Chcel by som sedieť vpredu. 0
I want to sit in the middle. Ch-el--y so- -edieť --s-r-d-. Chcel by som sedieť v strede. C-c-l b- s-m s-d-e- v s-r-d-. ----------------------------- Chcel by som sedieť v strede. 0
The film was exciting. F--m--ol---pí---ý. Film bol napínavý. F-l- b-l n-p-n-v-. ------------------ Film bol napínavý. 0
The film was not boring. Fi---neb-l-n-d--. Film nebol nudný. F-l- n-b-l n-d-ý- ----------------- Film nebol nudný. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. Al---ni--- p-ed-o-a bola le---a. Ale knižná predloha bola lepšia. A-e k-i-n- p-e-l-h- b-l- l-p-i-. -------------------------------- Ale knižná predloha bola lepšia. 0
How was the music? A---bo---h--b-? Aká bola hudba? A-á b-l- h-d-a- --------------- Aká bola hudba? 0
How were the actors? A-- b-li -e-c-? Akí boli herci? A-í b-l- h-r-i- --------------- Akí boli herci? 0
Were there English subtitles? Bo---t-t--k--- -ngl-ck---j-z---? Boli titulky v anglickom jazyku? B-l- t-t-l-y v a-g-i-k-m j-z-k-? -------------------------------- Boli titulky v anglickom jazyku? 0

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