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Preparing a trip

Preparing a trip

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Reisevorbereitungen

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You have to pack our suitcase! D- --ss- --se-e--K-ff-- pac-e-! Du musst unseren Koffer packen! D- m-s-t u-s-r-n K-f-e- p-c-e-! ------------------------------- Du musst unseren Koffer packen! 0
Don’t forget anything! Du---r------chts-ve--e-sen! Du darfst nichts vergessen! D- d-r-s- n-c-t- v-r-e-s-n- --------------------------- Du darfst nichts vergessen! 0
You need a big suitcase! Du-bra-c--- -in-n-g-o--- --f-er! Du brauchst einen großen Koffer! D- b-a-c-s- e-n-n g-o-e- K-f-e-! -------------------------------- Du brauchst einen großen Koffer! 0
Don’t forget your passport! Verg-s--nich---e--Rei--p-ss! Vergiss nicht den Reisepass! V-r-i-s n-c-t d-n R-i-e-a-s- ---------------------------- Vergiss nicht den Reisepass! 0
Don’t forget your ticket! V----ss -ic-t --s --u----ket! Vergiss nicht das Flugticket! V-r-i-s n-c-t d-s F-u-t-c-e-! ----------------------------- Vergiss nicht das Flugticket! 0
Don’t forget your traveller’s cheques / traveler’s checks (am.)! Ve--i------ht d-e-Rei-esche--s! Vergiss nicht die Reiseschecks! V-r-i-s n-c-t d-e R-i-e-c-e-k-! ------------------------------- Vergiss nicht die Reiseschecks! 0
Take some suntan lotion with you. Nim---o------eme-m-t. Nimm Sonnencreme mit. N-m- S-n-e-c-e-e m-t- --------------------- Nimm Sonnencreme mit. 0
Take the sun-glasses with you. Ni-m---- S-n---b--l-e-mi-. Nimm die Sonnenbrille mit. N-m- d-e S-n-e-b-i-l- m-t- -------------------------- Nimm die Sonnenbrille mit. 0
Take the sun hat with you. N--- d-n-So-ne-hu--m--. Nimm den Sonnenhut mit. N-m- d-n S-n-e-h-t m-t- ----------------------- Nimm den Sonnenhut mit. 0
Do you want to take a road map? Will-- ---ein--St---e--ar-- --tne-men? Willst du eine Straßenkarte mitnehmen? W-l-s- d- e-n- S-r-ß-n-a-t- m-t-e-m-n- -------------------------------------- Willst du eine Straßenkarte mitnehmen? 0
Do you want to take a travel guide? Wi---- du----e---ei---üh--- m----h-en? Willst du einen Reiseführer mitnehmen? W-l-s- d- e-n-n R-i-e-ü-r-r m-t-e-m-n- -------------------------------------- Willst du einen Reiseführer mitnehmen? 0
Do you want to take an umbrella? W-l-st-d- e-nen R---nsc-irm --tn--m-n? Willst du einen Regenschirm mitnehmen? W-l-s- d- e-n-n R-g-n-c-i-m m-t-e-m-n- -------------------------------------- Willst du einen Regenschirm mitnehmen? 0
Remember to take pants, shirts and socks. D----an-------s-n, d-- Hemd-n----- -o--e-. Denk an die Hosen, die Hemden, die Socken. D-n- a- d-e H-s-n- d-e H-m-e-, d-e S-c-e-. ------------------------------------------ Denk an die Hosen, die Hemden, die Socken. 0
Remember to take ties, belts and sports jackets. De---an d-e K-awatten--d-e-----el, -i------o-. Denk an die Krawatten, die Gürtel, die Sakkos. D-n- a- d-e K-a-a-t-n- d-e G-r-e-, d-e S-k-o-. ---------------------------------------------- Denk an die Krawatten, die Gürtel, die Sakkos. 0
Remember to take pyjamas, nightgowns and t-shirts. De---a- ----Sc---fa-z-g-- d-e--ach----de- u-- d---T-S-i---. Denk an die Schlafanzüge, die Nachthemden und die T-Shirts. D-n- a- d-e S-h-a-a-z-g-, d-e N-c-t-e-d-n u-d d-e T-S-i-t-. ----------------------------------------------------------- Denk an die Schlafanzüge, die Nachthemden und die T-Shirts. 0
You need shoes, sandals and boots. D- ---u-h-t--chuhe--Sand---- --d -t-e--l. Du brauchst Schuhe, Sandalen und Stiefel. D- b-a-c-s- S-h-h-, S-n-a-e- u-d S-i-f-l- ----------------------------------------- Du brauchst Schuhe, Sandalen und Stiefel. 0
You need handkerchiefs, soap and a nail clipper. D- -r-uc-st-T-sc-e---c-er, S--fe-und ei----age-----r-. Du brauchst Taschentücher, Seife und eine Nagelschere. D- b-a-c-s- T-s-h-n-ü-h-r- S-i-e u-d e-n- N-g-l-c-e-e- ------------------------------------------------------ Du brauchst Taschentücher, Seife und eine Nagelschere. 0
You need a comb, a toothbrush and toothpaste. D---r-uc-st e-nen-K--m- e-----ahn-ürst- -n- ---np----. Du brauchst einen Kamm, eine Zahnbürste und Zahnpasta. D- b-a-c-s- e-n-n K-m-, e-n- Z-h-b-r-t- u-d Z-h-p-s-a- ------------------------------------------------------ Du brauchst einen Kamm, eine Zahnbürste und Zahnpasta. 0

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