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en In the swimming pool   »   bs Na bazenu

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In the swimming pool

In the swimming pool

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Na bazenu

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It is hot today. D--as--e --u--. Danas je vruće. D-n-s j- v-u-e- --------------- Danas je vruće. 0
Shall we go to the swimming pool? Id-m- -i-n----ze-? Idemo li na bazen? I-e-o l- n- b-z-n- ------------------ Idemo li na bazen? 0
Do you feel like swimming? Jes-------s--l-žen - -as--lo--n--z--p----nj-? Jesi li raspoložen / raspoložena za plivanje? J-s- l- r-s-o-o-e- / r-s-o-o-e-a z- p-i-a-j-? --------------------------------------------- Jesi li raspoložen / raspoložena za plivanje? 0
Do you have a towel? Ima---- peš-ir? Imaš li peškir? I-a- l- p-š-i-? --------------- Imaš li peškir? 0
Do you have swimming trunks? I-aš--i --pać--g--e? Imaš li kupaće gaće? I-a- l- k-p-ć- g-ć-? -------------------- Imaš li kupaće gaće? 0
Do you have a bathing suit? Ima- ---kupa-- -o-t--? Imaš li kupaći kostim? I-a- l- k-p-ć- k-s-i-? ---------------------- Imaš li kupaći kostim? 0
Can you swim? Z-aš li-pl-va-i? Znaš li plivati? Z-a- l- p-i-a-i- ---------------- Znaš li plivati? 0
Can you dive? Z-a---i--oni--? Znaš li roniti? Z-a- l- r-n-t-? --------------- Znaš li roniti? 0
Can you jump in the water? Znaš--i ska-at- ----du? Znaš li skakati u vodu? Z-a- l- s-a-a-i u v-d-? ----------------------- Znaš li skakati u vodu? 0
Where is the shower? G-j- je ---? Gdje je tuš? G-j- j- t-š- ------------ Gdje je tuš? 0
Where is the changing room? Gd---je ----n--z--pres----e-je? Gdje je kabina za presvlačenje? G-j- j- k-b-n- z- p-e-v-a-e-j-? ------------------------------- Gdje je kabina za presvlačenje? 0
Where are the swimming goggles? G-----u na-č--e ----l---n-e? Gdje su naočale za plivanje? G-j- s- n-o-a-e z- p-i-a-j-? ---------------------------- Gdje su naočale za plivanje? 0
Is the water deep? Da -i--e -oda-d-b---? Da li je voda duboka? D- l- j- v-d- d-b-k-? --------------------- Da li je voda duboka? 0
Is the water clean? Da----j- vo-a-čis--? Da li je voda čista? D- l- j- v-d- č-s-a- -------------------- Da li je voda čista? 0
Is the water warm? Da--i--e -od- ----a? Da li je voda topla? D- l- j- v-d- t-p-a- -------------------- Da li je voda topla? 0
I am freezing. Ja -e -m-z-va-. Ja se smrzavam. J- s- s-r-a-a-. --------------- Ja se smrzavam. 0
The water is too cold. Vo-a je-p--h-adn-. Voda je prehladna. V-d- j- p-e-l-d-a- ------------------ Voda je prehladna. 0
I am getting out of the water now. I-em sa-a --n ------e. Idem sada van iz vode. I-e- s-d- v-n i- v-d-. ---------------------- Idem sada van iz vode. 0

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