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47 [forty-seven]

Preparing a trip

Preparing a trip

47 [empat puluh tujuh]

Mempersiapkan perjalanan

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You have to pack our suitcase! Kamu -a--s-meng---k -oper-kit-! Kamu harus mengepak koper kita! K-m- h-r-s m-n-e-a- k-p-r k-t-! ------------------------------- Kamu harus mengepak koper kita! 0
Don’t forget anything! Ka-u-ti--k --le---u--! Kamu tidak boleh lupa! K-m- t-d-k b-l-h l-p-! ---------------------- Kamu tidak boleh lupa! 0
You need a big suitcase! Kamu--embu-u---n ko-er-y--- -es--! Kamu membutuhkan koper yang besar! K-m- m-m-u-u-k-n k-p-r y-n- b-s-r- ---------------------------------- Kamu membutuhkan koper yang besar! 0
Don’t forget your passport! J---a- lu-a-----o---a! Jangan lupa paspornya! J-n-a- l-p- p-s-o-n-a- ---------------------- Jangan lupa paspornya! 0
Don’t forget your ticket! J--g-n--up- tik-- pe---a-n--! Jangan lupa tiket pesawatnya! J-n-a- l-p- t-k-t p-s-w-t-y-! ----------------------------- Jangan lupa tiket pesawatnya! 0
Don’t forget your traveller’s cheques / traveler’s checks (am.)! J------lup- -------j-la-a-n--! Jangan lupa cek perjalanannya! J-n-a- l-p- c-k p-r-a-a-a-n-a- ------------------------------ Jangan lupa cek perjalanannya! 0
Take some suntan lotion with you. B--a-ah--r-m---t--sin----a--hari. Bawalah krim anti sinar matahari. B-w-l-h k-i- a-t- s-n-r m-t-h-r-. --------------------------------- Bawalah krim anti sinar matahari. 0
Take the sun-glasses with you. Bawal-h-k--amata--i-am. Bawalah kacamata hitam. B-w-l-h k-c-m-t- h-t-m- ----------------------- Bawalah kacamata hitam. 0
Take the sun hat with you. Ba---a- -o-i---ta-ari. Bawalah topi matahari. B-w-l-h t-p- m-t-h-r-. ---------------------- Bawalah topi matahari. 0
Do you want to take a road map? Apa--- -a-u-----m-mb--a p---? Apakah kamu mau membawa peta? A-a-a- k-m- m-u m-m-a-a p-t-? ----------------------------- Apakah kamu mau membawa peta? 0
Do you want to take a travel guide? Ap--a- -am- --u-m-mbawa----u-p-t--juk--e-------n? Apakah kamu mau membawa buku petunjuk perjalanan? A-a-a- k-m- m-u m-m-a-a b-k- p-t-n-u- p-r-a-a-a-? ------------------------------------------------- Apakah kamu mau membawa buku petunjuk perjalanan? 0
Do you want to take an umbrella? A-a--am- m-u me-b------yun-? Apa kamu mau membawa payung? A-a k-m- m-u m-m-a-a p-y-n-? ---------------------------- Apa kamu mau membawa payung? 0
Remember to take pants, shirts and socks. Jangan-lu-a---l-n- ----an-,--em-j-,---us --ki. Jangan lupa celana panjang, kemeja, kaus kaki. J-n-a- l-p- c-l-n- p-n-a-g- k-m-j-, k-u- k-k-. ---------------------------------------------- Jangan lupa celana panjang, kemeja, kaus kaki. 0
Remember to take ties, belts and sports jackets. Ja--a- l-p- --si, sab-k, ---. Jangan lupa dasi, sabuk, jas. J-n-a- l-p- d-s-, s-b-k- j-s- ----------------------------- Jangan lupa dasi, sabuk, jas. 0
Remember to take pyjamas, nightgowns and t-shirts. Ja-gan---p--piy---,---mej- -i-ur-dan -aos. Jangan lupa piyama, kemeja tidur dan kaos. J-n-a- l-p- p-y-m-, k-m-j- t-d-r d-n k-o-. ------------------------------------------ Jangan lupa piyama, kemeja tidur dan kaos. 0
You need shoes, sandals and boots. Kam---e---tuh--n-se---u----nd-- -a- ---a---bot. Kamu membutuhkan sepatu, sandal dan sepatu bot. K-m- m-m-u-u-k-n s-p-t-, s-n-a- d-n s-p-t- b-t- ----------------------------------------------- Kamu membutuhkan sepatu, sandal dan sepatu bot. 0
You need handkerchiefs, soap and a nail clipper. K-m----m---uh--n--isu-----un dan g--t--g -uk-. Kamu membutuhkan tisu, sabun dan gunting kuku. K-m- m-m-u-u-k-n t-s-, s-b-n d-n g-n-i-g k-k-. ---------------------------------------------- Kamu membutuhkan tisu, sabun dan gunting kuku. 0
You need a comb, a toothbrush and toothpaste. Ka-u -e---t---a- s--ir, -ika- --g---a------a -i--. Kamu membutuhkan sisir, sikat gigi dan pasta gigi. K-m- m-m-u-u-k-n s-s-r- s-k-t g-g- d-n p-s-a g-g-. -------------------------------------------------- Kamu membutuhkan sisir, sikat gigi dan pasta gigi. 0

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