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In the swimming pool

In the swimming pool

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Ujulas

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It is hot today. Tän--o---uu-. Täna on kuum. T-n- o- k-u-. ------------- Täna on kuum. 0
Shall we go to the swimming pool? Läh-- uj-las-e? Lähme ujulasse? L-h-e u-u-a-s-? --------------- Lähme ujulasse? 0
Do you feel like swimming? Ole-s---l-tu-u uj-m- min--? Oleks sul tuju ujuma minna? O-e-s s-l t-j- u-u-a m-n-a- --------------------------- Oleks sul tuju ujuma minna? 0
Do you have a towel? Ka- s-l-on--ä-ik? Kas sul on rätik? K-s s-l o- r-t-k- ----------------- Kas sul on rätik? 0
Do you have swimming trunks? K-s -u- on -jumi-------? Kas sul on ujumispüksid? K-s s-l o- u-u-i-p-k-i-? ------------------------ Kas sul on ujumispüksid? 0
Do you have a bathing suit? K-- --l--n----k-o? Kas sul on trikoo? K-s s-l o- t-i-o-? ------------------ Kas sul on trikoo? 0
Can you swim? Os----s---j-d-? Oskad sa ujuda? O-k-d s- u-u-a- --------------- Oskad sa ujuda? 0
Can you dive? O--ad -a--u----u-a? Oskad sa sukelduda? O-k-d s- s-k-l-u-a- ------------------- Oskad sa sukelduda? 0
Can you jump in the water? O-ka- ---v-tt- ----t-? Oskad sa vette hüpata? O-k-d s- v-t-e h-p-t-? ---------------------- Oskad sa vette hüpata? 0
Where is the shower? K--------šš? Kus on dušš? K-s o- d-š-? ------------ Kus on dušš? 0
Where is the changing room? K---on ri-e----a---n? Kus on riietuskabiin? K-s o- r-i-t-s-a-i-n- --------------------- Kus on riietuskabiin? 0
Where are the swimming goggles? K-- on --umi--ri--id? Kus on ujumisprillid? K-s o- u-u-i-p-i-l-d- --------------------- Kus on ujumisprillid? 0
Is the water deep? Ka--v--i--- --ga-? Kas vesi on sügav? K-s v-s- o- s-g-v- ------------------ Kas vesi on sügav? 0
Is the water clean? K---v--i on -u---? Kas vesi on puhas? K-s v-s- o- p-h-s- ------------------ Kas vesi on puhas? 0
Is the water warm? K-s ve-- -n -oe? Kas vesi on soe? K-s v-s- o- s-e- ---------------- Kas vesi on soe? 0
I am freezing. Mu- o--kü--. Mul on külm. M-l o- k-l-. ------------ Mul on külm. 0
The water is too cold. V-s------iig- ----. Vesi on liiga külm. V-s- o- l-i-a k-l-. ------------------- Vesi on liiga külm. 0
I am getting out of the water now. M----hen -ü-- veest-välja. Ma lähen nüüd veest välja. M- l-h-n n-ü- v-e-t v-l-a- -------------------------- Ma lähen nüüd veest välja. 0

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