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50 [fifty]

In the swimming pool

In the swimming pool

50 [cincizeci]

La piscină

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It is hot today. Ast-zi este-c-ld. Astăzi este cald. A-t-z- e-t- c-l-. ----------------- Astăzi este cald. 0
Shall we go to the swimming pool? M-r----l- -is-in-? Mergem la piscină? M-r-e- l- p-s-i-ă- ------------------ Mergem la piscină? 0
Do you feel like swimming? A- -he- să-mergi-s-----ţi? Ai chef să mergi să înoţi? A- c-e- s- m-r-i s- î-o-i- -------------------------- Ai chef să mergi să înoţi? 0
Do you have a towel? Ai-un-pro-o-? Ai un prosop? A- u- p-o-o-? ------------- Ai un prosop? 0
Do you have swimming trunks? A---- sli- de--a-e? Ai un slip de baie? A- u- s-i- d- b-i-? ------------------- Ai un slip de baie? 0
Do you have a bathing suit? A- un--o--u- de-bai-? Ai un costum de baie? A- u- c-s-u- d- b-i-? --------------------- Ai un costum de baie? 0
Can you swim? Ştii -ă------? Ştii să înoţi? Ş-i- s- î-o-i- -------------- Ştii să înoţi? 0
Can you dive? Şt-- -- fa-i s-----d-ri? Ştii să faci scufundări? Ş-i- s- f-c- s-u-u-d-r-? ------------------------ Ştii să faci scufundări? 0
Can you jump in the water? Ş--i-să s--i -n---ă? Ştii să sari în apă? Ş-i- s- s-r- î- a-ă- -------------------- Ştii să sari în apă? 0
Where is the shower? U-d--e--e --şu-? Unde este duşul? U-d- e-t- d-ş-l- ---------------- Unde este duşul? 0
Where is the changing room? Un-e----e c-b-na d- s-h---? Unde este cabina de schimb? U-d- e-t- c-b-n- d- s-h-m-? --------------------------- Unde este cabina de schimb? 0
Where are the swimming goggles? Un-e su-t----e-ar-i -e--not? Unde sunt ochelarii de înot? U-d- s-n- o-h-l-r-i d- î-o-? ---------------------------- Unde sunt ochelarii de înot? 0
Is the water deep? Este adâ----ap-? Este adâncă apa? E-t- a-â-c- a-a- ---------------- Este adâncă apa? 0
Is the water clean? Este curată a-a? Este curată apa? E-t- c-r-t- a-a- ---------------- Este curată apa? 0
Is the water warm? E-te c-l-- -pa? Este caldă apa? E-t- c-l-ă a-a- --------------- Este caldă apa? 0
I am freezing. M--e --ig. Mi-e frig. M--- f-i-. ---------- Mi-e frig. 0
The water is too cold. Ap---ste -rea ----. Apa este prea rece. A-a e-t- p-e- r-c-. ------------------- Apa este prea rece. 0
I am getting out of the water now. I-s---um----- -p-. Ies acuma din apă. I-s a-u-a d-n a-ă- ------------------ Ies acuma din apă. 0

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