en In the swimming pool   »   px Na piscina

50 [fifty]

In the swimming pool

In the swimming pool

50 [cinquenta]

Na piscina

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It is hot today. H--e---tá -al--. Hoje está calor. H-j- e-t- c-l-r- ---------------- Hoje está calor. 0
Shall we go to the swimming pool? V-m-- à ---c--a? Vamos à piscina? V-m-s à p-s-i-a- ---------------- Vamos à piscina? 0
Do you feel like swimming? E-t---om---n-----d--------i---n-? Está com vontade de ir à piscina? E-t- c-m v-n-a-e d- i- à p-s-i-a- --------------------------------- Está com vontade de ir à piscina? 0
Do you have a towel? V-cê --m---- toa--a? Você tem uma toalha? V-c- t-m u-a t-a-h-? -------------------- Você tem uma toalha? 0
Do you have swimming trunks? V-cê-tem calçõ-- -- banho? Você tem calções de banho? V-c- t-m c-l-õ-s d- b-n-o- -------------------------- Você tem calções de banho? 0
Do you have a bathing suit? V-c- -em-um m--ô? Você tem um maiô? V-c- t-m u- m-i-? ----------------- Você tem um maiô? 0
Can you swim? Vo-ê-p-d---ad--? Você pode nadar? V-c- p-d- n-d-r- ---------------- Você pode nadar? 0
Can you dive? V--- p-de--er-ul-a-? Você pode mergulhar? V-c- p-d- m-r-u-h-r- -------------------- Você pode mergulhar? 0
Can you jump in the water? Voc- -o-e -a-t-- par--- á-ua? Você pode saltar para a água? V-c- p-d- s-l-a- p-r- a á-u-? ----------------------------- Você pode saltar para a água? 0
Where is the shower? On-- está o---u--ir-? Onde está o chuveiro? O-d- e-t- o c-u-e-r-? --------------------- Onde está o chuveiro? 0
Where is the changing room? On-e -s--- -- --stiá----? Onde estão os vestiários? O-d- e-t-o o- v-s-i-r-o-? ------------------------- Onde estão os vestiários? 0
Where are the swimming goggles? O--e ---ão o- ---l-s -- -a-açã-? Onde estão os óculos de natação? O-d- e-t-o o- ó-u-o- d- n-t-ç-o- -------------------------------- Onde estão os óculos de natação? 0
Is the water deep? A-á-u--- --nda? A água é funda? A á-u- é f-n-a- --------------- A água é funda? 0
Is the water clean? A---ua-e--á----pa? A água está limpa? A á-u- e-t- l-m-a- ------------------ A água está limpa? 0
Is the water warm? A--g-a-e-tá--u----? A água está quente? A á-u- e-t- q-e-t-? ------------------- A água está quente? 0
I am freezing. E-t-u c-m frio. Estou com frio. E-t-u c-m f-i-. --------------- Estou com frio. 0
The water is too cold. A -gua es-á--ria de -a-s. A água está fria de mais. A á-u- e-t- f-i- d- m-i-. ------------------------- A água está fria de mais. 0
I am getting out of the water now. Eu v-- ---r--a-ág-a. Eu vou sair da água. E- v-u s-i- d- á-u-. -------------------- Eu vou sair da água. 0

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