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In the swimming pool

In the swimming pool

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It is hot today. T--ä----n-ku-m-. Tänään on kuuma. T-n-ä- o- k-u-a- ---------------- Tänään on kuuma. 0
Shall we go to the swimming pool? M-nn---k---i-ah-l--i-? Mennäänkö uimahalliin? M-n-ä-n-ö u-m-h-l-i-n- ---------------------- Mennäänkö uimahalliin? 0
Do you feel like swimming? H--ua----------u-maan? Haluatko mennä uimaan? H-l-a-k- m-n-ä u-m-a-? ---------------------- Haluatko mennä uimaan? 0
Do you have a towel? O--o --nulla pyy-et-ä? Onko sinulla pyyhettä? O-k- s-n-l-a p-y-e-t-? ---------------------- Onko sinulla pyyhettä? 0
Do you have swimming trunks? O----si-ul-a-u-m----s--? Onko sinulla uimahousut? O-k- s-n-l-a u-m-h-u-u-? ------------------------ Onko sinulla uimahousut? 0
Do you have a bathing suit? O-k- ---u----uimapu-u? Onko sinulla uimapuku? O-k- s-n-l-a u-m-p-k-? ---------------------- Onko sinulla uimapuku? 0
Can you swim? O--a-k--uida? Osaatko uida? O-a-t-o u-d-? ------------- Osaatko uida? 0
Can you dive? O--a----s--e--a-? Osaatko sukeltaa? O-a-t-o s-k-l-a-? ----------------- Osaatko sukeltaa? 0
Can you jump in the water? Osaatko--y-ätä--e--en? Osaatko hypätä veteen? O-a-t-o h-p-t- v-t-e-? ---------------------- Osaatko hypätä veteen? 0
Where is the shower? M-ssä su-h-u on? Missä suihku on? M-s-ä s-i-k- o-? ---------------- Missä suihku on? 0
Where is the changing room? Mis-- puk-h--n---n? Missä pukuhuone on? M-s-ä p-k-h-o-e o-? ------------------- Missä pukuhuone on? 0
Where are the swimming goggles? M--s---i-al-si- o-at? Missä uimalasit ovat? M-s-ä u-m-l-s-t o-a-? --------------------- Missä uimalasit ovat? 0
Is the water deep? Onk- ve-- sy--ä? Onko vesi syvää? O-k- v-s- s-v-ä- ---------------- Onko vesi syvää? 0
Is the water clean? O--o --si-p-hda-ta? Onko vesi puhdasta? O-k- v-s- p-h-a-t-? ------------------- Onko vesi puhdasta? 0
Is the water warm? On-o-v-s- -äm--nt-? Onko vesi lämmintä? O-k- v-s- l-m-i-t-? ------------------- Onko vesi lämmintä? 0
I am freezing. M-n-- pale-t-a. Minua paleltaa. M-n-a p-l-l-a-. --------------- Minua paleltaa. 0
The water is too cold. Ves- -n---ia--k-lmä-. Vesi on liian kylmää. V-s- o- l-i-n k-l-ä-. --------------------- Vesi on liian kylmää. 0
I am getting out of the water now. L--de- nyt po-s -ed-stä. Lähden nyt pois vedestä. L-h-e- n-t p-i- v-d-s-ä- ------------------------ Lähden nyt pois vedestä. 0

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