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45 [forty-five]

At the cinema

At the cinema

45 [Bốn mươi lăm]

Ở trong rạp chiếu phim

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We want to go to the cinema. Chú-g -ôi--u-n đi-đ-n r-p c-i-u-phi-. C____ t__ m___ đ_ đ__ r__ c____ p____ C-ú-g t-i m-ố- đ- đ-n r-p c-i-u p-i-. ------------------------------------- Chúng tôi muốn đi đến rạp chiếu phim. 0
A good film is playing today. H-m n-- c- p-im-r-t hay. H__ n__ c_ p___ r__ h___ H-m n-y c- p-i- r-t h-y- ------------------------ Hôm nay có phim rất hay. 0
The film is brand new. Ph----ấ---ớ-. P___ r__ m___ P-i- r-t m-i- ------------- Phim rất mới. 0
Where is the cash register? Quầy b-- -é ở-đâu? Q___ b__ v_ ở đ___ Q-ầ- b-n v- ở đ-u- ------------------ Quầy bán vé ở đâu? 0
Are seats still available? Còn---ỗ-t--ng-k----? C__ c__ t____ k_____ C-n c-ỗ t-ố-g k-ô-g- -------------------- Còn chỗ trống không? 0
How much are the admission tickets? Vé và- cử- b-o n-iêu--i-n? V_ v__ c__ b__ n____ t____ V- v-o c-a b-o n-i-u t-ề-? -------------------------- Vé vào cửa bao nhiêu tiền? 0
When does the show begin? Kh- --o phi--b-t đ-u? K__ n__ p___ b__ đ___ K-i n-o p-i- b-t đ-u- --------------------- Khi nào phim bắt đầu? 0
How long is the film? Phi- dà---a- -â-? P___ d__ b__ l___ P-i- d-i b-o l-u- ----------------- Phim dài bao lâu? 0
Can one reserve tickets? Có --ể--ặt -é trư-- khôn-? C_ t__ đ__ v_ t____ k_____ C- t-ể đ-t v- t-ư-c k-ô-g- -------------------------- Có thể đặt vé trước không? 0
I want to sit at the back. T----uố--ng-i----ằn- sau. T__ m___ n___ ở đ___ s___ T-i m-ố- n-ồ- ở đ-n- s-u- ------------------------- Tôi muốn ngồi ở đằng sau. 0
I want to sit at the front. Tôi -uố--ngồ--ở-đ--g-tr---. T__ m___ n___ ở đ___ t_____ T-i m-ố- n-ồ- ở đ-n- t-ư-c- --------------------------- Tôi muốn ngồi ở đằng trước. 0
I want to sit in the middle. Tô- -----ng-i - ---a. T__ m___ n___ ở g____ T-i m-ố- n-ồ- ở g-ữ-. --------------------- Tôi muốn ngồi ở giữa. 0
The film was exciting. P-i- h-- hôp. P___ h__ h___ P-i- h-i h-p- ------------- Phim hồi hôp. 0
The film was not boring. Phim -h-ng-c---. P___ k____ c____ P-i- k-ô-g c-á-. ---------------- Phim không chán. 0
But the book on which the film was based was better. Nh-n--quy-- --ch -ề-p-i---à- --y hơn. N____ q____ s___ v_ p___ n__ h__ h___ N-ư-g q-y-n s-c- v- p-i- n-y h-y h-n- ------------------------------------- Nhưng quyển sách về phim này hay hơn. 0
How was the music? N-ạ------nào? N___ t__ n___ N-ạ- t-ế n-o- ------------- Nhạc thế nào? 0
How were the actors? D-ễn-v--n diễ- t----ào? D___ v___ d___ t__ n___ D-ễ- v-ê- d-ễ- t-ế n-o- ----------------------- Diễn viên diễn thế nào? 0
Were there English subtitles? Có ----đề-bằn--tiếng-A-----ô--? C_ p__ đ_ b___ t____ A__ k_____ C- p-ụ đ- b-n- t-ế-g A-h k-ô-g- ------------------------------- Có phụ đề bằng tiếng Anh không? 0

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