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In the swimming pool

In the swimming pool

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It is hot today. Šodi---i- ka--ts. Šodien ir karsts. Š-d-e- i- k-r-t-. ----------------- Šodien ir karsts. 0
Shall we go to the swimming pool? V-i-mēs ie--- -----ld--s----? Vai mēs iesim uz peldbaseinu? V-i m-s i-s-m u- p-l-b-s-i-u- ----------------------------- Vai mēs iesim uz peldbaseinu? 0
Do you feel like swimming? Vai te- i---ēl--a-ās ie- pel---? Vai tev ir vēlēšanās iet peldēt? V-i t-v i- v-l-š-n-s i-t p-l-ē-? -------------------------------- Vai tev ir vēlēšanās iet peldēt? 0
Do you have a towel? Vai -----r ---el--? Vai tev ir dvielis? V-i t-v i- d-i-l-s- ------------------- Vai tev ir dvielis? 0
Do you have swimming trunks? Vai t-- -r--eldb-ks-s? Vai tev ir peldbikses? V-i t-v i- p-l-b-k-e-? ---------------------- Vai tev ir peldbikses? 0
Do you have a bathing suit? V-i-tev -- -eld-ost-ms? Vai tev ir peldkostīms? V-i t-v i- p-l-k-s-ī-s- ----------------------- Vai tev ir peldkostīms? 0
Can you swim? V----- pr-ti--el-ēt? Vai tu proti peldēt? V-i t- p-o-i p-l-ē-? -------------------- Vai tu proti peldēt? 0
Can you dive? Vai-----------i--? Vai tu proti nirt? V-i t- p-o-i n-r-? ------------------ Vai tu proti nirt? 0
Can you jump in the water? V-i -- -roti lē-t ----ī? Vai tu proti lēkt ūdenī? V-i t- p-o-i l-k- ū-e-ī- ------------------------ Vai tu proti lēkt ūdenī? 0
Where is the shower? Kur i- -uša? Kur ir duša? K-r i- d-š-? ------------ Kur ir duša? 0
Where is the changing room? Kur--r -ārģ-rb-a-ās -----e? Kur ir pārģērbšanās kabīne? K-r i- p-r-ē-b-a-ā- k-b-n-? --------------------------- Kur ir pārģērbšanās kabīne? 0
Where are the swimming goggles? Kur ir --ld----les? Kur ir peldbrilles? K-r i- p-l-b-i-l-s- ------------------- Kur ir peldbrilles? 0
Is the water deep? Va--ū-en--i- -zi-š? Vai ūdens ir dziļš? V-i ū-e-s i- d-i-š- ------------------- Vai ūdens ir dziļš? 0
Is the water clean? V-i-ūde-s--- tī-s? Vai ūdens ir tīrs? V-i ū-e-s i- t-r-? ------------------ Vai ūdens ir tīrs? 0
Is the water warm? Vai--------r----ts? Vai ūdens ir silts? V-i ū-e-s i- s-l-s- ------------------- Vai ūdens ir silts? 0
I am freezing. M-- -a---. Man salst. M-n s-l-t- ---------- Man salst. 0
The water is too cold. Ūd--s ir-pār-k ---s--. Ūdens ir pārāk auksts. Ū-e-s i- p-r-k a-k-t-. ---------------------- Ūdens ir pārāk auksts. 0
I am getting out of the water now. Es-t-gad--ju--------ūdens. Es tagad eju ārā no ūdens. E- t-g-d e-u ā-ā n- ū-e-s- -------------------------- Es tagad eju ārā no ūdens. 0

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