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Do you exercise? T--ib-- -------t? T______ d_ S_____ T-e-b-t d- S-o-t- ----------------- Treibst du Sport? 0
Yes, I need some exercise. J-, --- muss----- be---en. J__ i__ m___ m___ b_______ J-, i-h m-s- m-c- b-w-g-n- -------------------------- Ja, ich muss mich bewegen. 0
I am a member of a sports club. I-- --he-in ei--n----rt-er---. I__ g___ i_ e____ S___________ I-h g-h- i- e-n-n S-o-t-e-e-n- ------------------------------ Ich gehe in einen Sportverein. 0
We play football / soccer (am.). Wir -p--l-n---ßbal-. W__ s______ F_______ W-r s-i-l-n F-ß-a-l- -------------------- Wir spielen Fußball. 0
We swim sometimes. M-n--mal-sc-wim--n--ir. M_______ s________ w___ M-n-h-a- s-h-i-m-n w-r- ----------------------- Manchmal schwimmen wir. 0
Or we cycle. O-e- w-r-fa-r----ad. O___ w__ f_____ R___ O-e- w-r f-h-e- R-d- -------------------- Oder wir fahren Rad. 0
There is a football / soccer (am.) stadium in our city. I---n-e-e-----d--g-bt es-ein-Fuß-alls--dio-. I_ u______ S____ g___ e_ e__ F______________ I- u-s-r-r S-a-t g-b- e- e-n F-ß-a-l-t-d-o-. -------------------------------------------- In unserer Stadt gibt es ein Fußballstadion. 0
There is also a swimming pool with a sauna. Es g-bt au-h ----Sch-i--ba- --t--a---. E_ g___ a___ e__ S_________ m__ S_____ E- g-b- a-c- e-n S-h-i-m-a- m-t S-u-a- -------------------------------------- Es gibt auch ein Schwimmbad mit Sauna. 0
And there is a golf course. Un- -s g-b- -------o------z. U__ e_ g___ e____ G_________ U-d e- g-b- e-n-n G-l-p-a-z- ---------------------------- Und es gibt einen Golfplatz. 0
What is on TV? W----ibt-e- ---Fern-e-e-? W__ g___ e_ i_ F_________ W-s g-b- e- i- F-r-s-h-n- ------------------------- Was gibt es im Fernsehen? 0
There is a football / soccer (am.) match on now. G-r-d- gi-- ----in --ß-all-pi--. G_____ g___ e_ e__ F____________ G-r-d- g-b- e- e-n F-ß-a-l-p-e-. -------------------------------- Gerade gibt es ein Fußballspiel. 0
The German team is playing against the English one. Die--e---ch- -an------t-s--el- -e--n-d-- e---ische. D__ d_______ M_________ s_____ g____ d__ e_________ D-e d-u-s-h- M-n-s-h-f- s-i-l- g-g-n d-e e-g-i-c-e- --------------------------------------------------- Die deutsche Mannschaft spielt gegen die englische. 0
Who is winning? We---e--n-t? W__ g_______ W-r g-w-n-t- ------------ Wer gewinnt? 0
I have no idea. I-- ---e-kei-- A-nung. I__ h___ k____ A______ I-h h-b- k-i-e A-n-n-. ---------------------- Ich habe keine Ahnung. 0
It is currently a tie. I---o---t ---h------nents-hi----. I_ M_____ s____ e_ u_____________ I- M-m-n- s-e-t e- u-e-t-c-i-d-n- --------------------------------- Im Moment steht es unentschieden. 0
The referee is from Belgium. De- Sc-ie---i----r-k-m---au--Bel--e-. D__ S_____________ k____ a__ B_______ D-r S-h-e-s-i-h-e- k-m-t a-s B-l-i-n- ------------------------------------- Der Schiedsrichter kommt aus Belgien. 0
Now there is a penalty. Jet-- g--- -s-e-ne- E--m--er. J____ g___ e_ e____ E________ J-t-t g-b- e- e-n-n E-f-e-e-. ----------------------------- Jetzt gibt es einen Elfmeter. 0
Goal! One – zero! To----i-- z-----l! T___ E___ z_ n____ T-r- E-n- z- n-l-! ------------------ Tor! Eins zu null! 0

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