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Vacation activities

Vacation activities

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Rekreacja

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Is the beach clean? Czy t- -l-ża jes- -zys--? C__ t_ p____ j___ c______ C-y t- p-a-a j-s- c-y-t-? ------------------------- Czy ta plaża jest czysta? 0
Can one swim there? Cz--m---- ----ta- k--ać? C__ m____ s__ t__ k_____ C-y m-ż-a s-ę t-m k-p-ć- ------------------------ Czy można się tam kąpać? 0
Isn’t it dangerous to swim there? C-- --pie-----t-ta- be-----zna? C__ k_____ j___ t__ b__________ C-y k-p-e- j-s- t-m b-z-i-c-n-? ------------------------------- Czy kąpiel jest tam bezpieczna? 0
Can one rent a sun umbrella / parasol here? Cz- -oż-a-tu--- --poży--y- -a-a--- --z-ci-s--nec-n-? C__ m____ t____ w_________ p______ p________________ C-y m-ż-a t-t-j w-p-ż-c-y- p-r-s-l p-z-c-w-ł-n-c-n-? ---------------------------------------------------- Czy można tutaj wypożyczyć parasol przeciwsłoneczny? 0
Can one rent a deck chair here? Czy-m-żna tu--- -y-o-y---- l----? C__ m____ t____ w_________ l_____ C-y m-ż-a t-t-j w-p-ż-c-y- l-ż-k- --------------------------------- Czy można tutaj wypożyczyć leżak? 0
Can one rent a boat here? C-y-moż-a-----y--ż-c--------? C__ m____ t_ w_________ ł____ C-y m-ż-a t- w-p-ż-c-y- ł-d-? ----------------------------- Czy można tu wypożyczyć łódź? 0
I would like to surf. Ch-i--by-----hci--a-y- po-u-fo--ć. C________ / C_________ p__________ C-c-a-b-m / C-c-a-a-y- p-s-r-o-a-. ---------------------------------- Chciałbym / Chciałabym posurfować. 0
I would like to dive. C----ł-y----Ch---łab-m---n-rko--ć. C________ / C_________ p__________ C-c-a-b-m / C-c-a-a-y- p-n-r-o-a-. ---------------------------------- Chciałbym / Chciałabym ponurkować. 0
I would like to water ski. Chci---y- / C-c--ł-bym --j-źdz-ć-na -a----h w---y-h. C________ / C_________ p________ n_ n______ w_______ C-c-a-b-m / C-c-a-a-y- p-j-ź-z-ć n- n-r-a-h w-d-y-h- ---------------------------------------------------- Chciałbym / Chciałabym pojeździć na nartach wodnych. 0
Can one rent a surfboard? C----oż-a w-p--------des-ę-s--fi--ow-? C__ m____ w_________ d____ s__________ C-y m-ż-a w-p-ż-c-y- d-s-ę s-r-i-g-w-? -------------------------------------- Czy można wypożyczyć deskę surfingową? 0
Can one rent diving equipment? C-- mo-n--wy---y--yć-sprzę--do-n-rk--a-i-? C__ m____ w_________ s_____ d_ n__________ C-y m-ż-a w-p-ż-c-y- s-r-ę- d- n-r-o-a-i-? ------------------------------------------ Czy można wypożyczyć sprzęt do nurkowania? 0
Can one rent water skis? C-- --żn--wypo-ycz-- na--y-wo--e? C__ m____ w_________ n____ w_____ C-y m-ż-a w-p-ż-c-y- n-r-y w-d-e- --------------------------------- Czy można wypożyczyć narty wodne? 0
I’m only a beginner. Jes--m-po--ą---j-c--/--o---t------. J_____ p___________ / p____________ J-s-e- p-c-ą-k-j-c- / p-c-ą-k-j-c-. ----------------------------------- Jestem początkujący / początkująca. 0
I’m moderately good. M-j---m-e-ęt-o-ci są-ś-edn--. M___ u___________ s_ ś_______ M-j- u-i-j-t-o-c- s- ś-e-n-e- ----------------------------- Moje umiejętności są średnie. 0
I’m pretty good at it. Z--m -i- -------a-t-m. Z___ s__ (____ n_ t___ Z-a- s-ę (-u-) n- t-m- ---------------------- Znam się (już) na tym. 0
Where is the ski lift? Gdz-- t---est wyciąg-n--c--r-k-? G____ t_ j___ w_____ n__________ G-z-e t- j-s- w-c-ą- n-r-i-r-k-? -------------------------------- Gdzie tu jest wyciąg narciarski? 0
Do you have skis? Cz- --sz-z--s----n-r-y? C__ m___ z_ s___ n_____ C-y m-s- z- s-b- n-r-y- ----------------------- Czy masz ze sobą narty? 0
Do you have ski boots? Cz--ma---z--sobą b--- na-c-a-sk-e? C__ m___ z_ s___ b___ n___________ C-y m-s- z- s-b- b-t- n-r-i-r-k-e- ---------------------------------- Czy masz ze sobą buty narciarskie? 0

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