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48 [forty-eight]

Vacation activities

Vacation activities

48 [quarenta e oito]

Atividades de férias

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Is the beach clean? A--raia----á-l--p-? A p____ e___ l_____ A p-a-a e-t- l-m-a- ------------------- A praia está limpa? 0
Can one swim there? Po---s- ------ba-h--ali? P______ t____ b____ a___ P-d---e t-m-r b-n-o a-i- ------------------------ Pode-se tomar banho ali? 0
Isn’t it dangerous to swim there? N-- --per----- to----b-n-- -li? N__ é p_______ t____ b____ a___ N-o é p-r-g-s- t-m-r b-n-o a-i- ------------------------------- Não é perigoso tomar banho ali? 0
Can one rent a sun umbrella / parasol here? Po-e-al---r-se--m ch---u ----o-----i? P___ a________ u_ c_____ d_ s__ a____ P-d- a-u-a---e u- c-a-é- d- s-l a-u-? ------------------------------------- Pode alugar-se um chapéu de sol aqui? 0
Can one rent a deck chair here? P-----lu--r--e ---i--m- --de-r- -- ---ou--? P___ a________ a___ u__ c______ d_ r_______ P-d- a-u-a---e a-u- u-a c-d-i-a d- r-p-u-o- ------------------------------------------- Pode alugar-se aqui uma cadeira de repouso? 0
Can one rent a boat here? Po-- --ugar-s--u------o -q--? P___ a________ u_ b____ a____ P-d- a-u-a---e u- b-r-o a-u-? ----------------------------- Pode alugar-se um barco aqui? 0
I would like to surf. Eu -o-t-va -- f--er -urf. E_ g______ d_ f____ s____ E- g-s-a-a d- f-z-r s-r-. ------------------------- Eu gostava de fazer surf. 0
I would like to dive. E--gos-ava d- me-gul---. E_ g______ d_ m_________ E- g-s-a-a d- m-r-u-h-r- ------------------------ Eu gostava de mergulhar. 0
I would like to water ski. Eu--o-t--a -- f-z-- -s----aqu-ti-o. E_ g______ d_ f____ e____ a________ E- g-s-a-a d- f-z-r e-q-i a-u-t-c-. ----------------------------------- Eu gostava de fazer esqui aquático. 0
Can one rent a surfboard? Po-e--l------e--m--p--n--- ------f? P___ a________ u__ p______ d_ s____ P-d- a-u-a---e u-a p-a-c-a d- s-r-? ----------------------------------- Pode alugar-se uma prancha de surf? 0
Can one rent diving equipment? Po---al-g-r-s- - --u----ent--d---er-u-h-? P___ a________ o e__________ d_ m________ P-d- a-u-a---e o e-u-p-m-n-o d- m-r-u-h-? ----------------------------------------- Pode alugar-se o equipamento de mergulho? 0
Can one rent water skis? P-d-- -l-gar--- e-qu-s-aq---i-o-? P____ a________ e_____ a_________ P-d-m a-u-a---e e-q-i- a-u-t-c-s- --------------------------------- Podem alugar-se esquis aquáticos? 0
I’m only a beginner. Eu-s-u a---as u---rincip-an--. E_ s__ a_____ u_ p____________ E- s-u a-e-a- u- p-i-c-p-a-t-. ------------------------------ Eu sou apenas um principiante. 0
I’m moderately good. E- s-----is------n-s-b--. E_ s__ m___ o_ m____ b___ E- s-u m-i- o- m-n-s b-m- ------------------------- Eu sou mais ou menos bom. 0
I’m pretty good at it. J- s-i-li-a- -om isto. J_ s__ l____ c__ i____ J- s-i l-d-r c-m i-t-. ---------------------- Já sei lidar com isto. 0
Where is the ski lift? On-- é qu--e-t- - ----f-r---? O___ é q__ e___ o t__________ O-d- é q-e e-t- o t-l-f-r-c-? ----------------------------- Onde é que está o teleférico? 0
Do you have skis? T-o---s---os -squ--? T________ o_ e______ T-o-x-s-e o- e-q-i-? -------------------- Trouxeste os esquis? 0
Do you have ski boots? Trouxes-- a--b-ta- d-----u-? T________ a_ b____ d_ e_____ T-o-x-s-e a- b-t-s d- e-q-i- ---------------------------- Trouxeste as botas de esqui? 0

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