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In the swimming pool

In the swimming pool

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V bazénu

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It is hot today. D-e- j- hor-o. Dnes je horko. D-e- j- h-r-o- -------------- Dnes je horko. 0
Shall we go to the swimming pool? J------a --ová-n-? Jdeme na plovárnu? J-e-e n- p-o-á-n-? ------------------ Jdeme na plovárnu? 0
Do you feel like swimming? Ch-e s- t--jí-----vat? Chce se ti jít plavat? C-c- s- t- j-t p-a-a-? ---------------------- Chce se ti jít plavat? 0
Do you have a towel? M-- ru--ík? Máš ručník? M-š r-č-í-? ----------- Máš ručník? 0
Do you have swimming trunks? M-š pla-k-? Máš plavky? M-š p-a-k-? ----------- Máš plavky? 0
Do you have a bathing suit? M---pl--k-? Máš plavky? M-š p-a-k-? ----------- Máš plavky? 0
Can you swim? Umí--p-av--? Umíš plavat? U-í- p-a-a-? ------------ Umíš plavat? 0
Can you dive? U-í- ---p-----t? Umíš se potápět? U-í- s- p-t-p-t- ---------------- Umíš se potápět? 0
Can you jump in the water? U-í--s-------o vod-? Umíš skákat do vody? U-í- s-á-a- d- v-d-? -------------------- Umíš skákat do vody? 0
Where is the shower? K-e-je -p----? Kde je sprcha? K-e j- s-r-h-? -------------- Kde je sprcha? 0
Where is the changing room? Kde-j- k-bina -- -ř---éká-í? Kde je kabina na převlékání? K-e j- k-b-n- n- p-e-l-k-n-? ---------------------------- Kde je kabina na převlékání? 0
Where are the swimming goggles? K-e js-u-p--v---é -rýl-? Kde jsou plavecké brýle? K-e j-o- p-a-e-k- b-ý-e- ------------------------ Kde jsou plavecké brýle? 0
Is the water deep? J- ----od- -l-b-ká? Je ta voda hluboká? J- t- v-d- h-u-o-á- ------------------- Je ta voda hluboká? 0
Is the water clean? J- ---vo-- či---? Je ta voda čistá? J- t- v-d- č-s-á- ----------------- Je ta voda čistá? 0
Is the water warm? Je-ta -o-a t-p-á? Je ta voda teplá? J- t- v-d- t-p-á- ----------------- Je ta voda teplá? 0
I am freezing. M-z-u. Mrznu. M-z-u- ------ Mrznu. 0
The water is too cold. Ta-v-d- j- --í--š s-ud--á. Ta voda je příliš studená. T- v-d- j- p-í-i- s-u-e-á- -------------------------- Ta voda je příliš studená. 0
I am getting out of the water now. T-ď-j-u ----dy. Teď jdu z vody. T-ď j-u z v-d-. --------------- Teď jdu z vody. 0

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