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Running errands

Running errands

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I want to go to the library. Könyvt--ba-ak--o--men--. K_________ a_____ m_____ K-n-v-á-b- a-a-o- m-n-i- ------------------------ Könyvtárba akarok menni. 0
I want to go to the bookstore. K-n-v---o---a --a--k --n--. K____________ a_____ m_____ K-n-v-s-o-t-a a-a-o- m-n-i- --------------------------- Könyvesboltba akarok menni. 0
I want to go to the newspaper stand. Eg--újs---s b---hoz a-ar---m-nni. E__ ú______ b______ a_____ m_____ E-y ú-s-g-s b-d-h-z a-a-o- m-n-i- --------------------------------- Egy újságos bódéhoz akarok menni. 0
I want to borrow a book. E----ö--v-t a----k-kö-----özni. E__ k______ a_____ k___________ E-y k-n-v-t a-a-o- k-l-s-n-z-i- ------------------------------- Egy könyvet akarok kölcsönözni. 0
I want to buy a book. Egy -ö-yvet-a---------áro--i. E__ k______ a_____ v_________ E-y k-n-v-t a-a-o- v-s-r-l-i- ----------------------------- Egy könyvet akarok vásárolni. 0
I want to buy a newspaper. Egy --ságo--akar-k-v-n-i. E__ ú______ a_____ v_____ E-y ú-s-g-t a-a-o- v-n-i- ------------------------- Egy újságot akarok venni. 0
I want to go to the library to borrow a book. A---n-v--r-- a--ro- -en-i--ho-y-e-y-k----et-k----önö--e-. A k_________ a_____ m_____ h___ e__ k______ k____________ A k-n-v-á-b- a-a-o- m-n-i- h-g- e-y k-n-v-t k-l-s-n-z-e-. --------------------------------------------------------- A könyvtárba akarok menni, hogy egy könyvet kölcsönözzek. 0
I want to go to the bookstore to buy a book. A---ny-es-o--ba a-arok me--i----gy -gy kö--v---vá-á-----k. A k____________ a_____ m_____ h___ e__ k______ v__________ A k-n-v-s-o-t-a a-a-o- m-n-i- h-g- e-y k-n-v-t v-s-r-l-a-. ---------------------------------------------------------- A könyvesboltba akarok menni, hogy egy könyvet vásároljak. 0
I want to go to the kiosk / newspaper stand to buy a newspaper. A- --sá------dé-o- a-aro- m-nn-,--o-- eg- -j---ot --g-ek. A_ ú______ b______ a_____ m_____ h___ e__ ú______ v______ A- ú-s-g-s b-d-h-z a-a-o- m-n-i- h-g- e-y ú-s-g-t v-g-e-. --------------------------------------------------------- Az újságos bódéhoz akarok menni, hogy egy újságot vegyek. 0
I want to go to the optician. Op-ikusho- -k-r-k--enn-. O_________ a_____ m_____ O-t-k-s-o- a-a-o- m-n-i- ------------------------ Optikushoz akarok menni. 0
I want to go to the supermarket. Az -ruhá-b--a--rok-me---. A_ á_______ a_____ m_____ A- á-u-á-b- a-a-o- m-n-i- ------------------------- Az áruházba akarok menni. 0
I want to go to the bakery. A----------ak-rok---nni. A p_______ a_____ m_____ A p-k-é-b- a-a-o- m-n-i- ------------------------ A pékségbe akarok menni. 0
I want to buy some glasses. E-y sz-m--e-et-akaro- -e--i. E__ s_________ a_____ v_____ E-y s-e-ü-e-e- a-a-o- v-n-i- ---------------------------- Egy szemüveget akarok venni. 0
I want to buy fruit and vegetables. Gy--ö--s-t é- --l-sé-e- --arok-v---roln-. G_________ é_ z________ a_____ v_________ G-ü-ö-c-ö- é- z-l-s-g-t a-a-o- v-s-r-l-i- ----------------------------------------- Gyümölcsöt és zöldséget akarok vásárolni. 0
I want to buy rolls and bread. Zs-m--t--s-ken-ere---k-rok--ás-r--n-. Z______ é_ k_______ a_____ v_________ Z-e-l-t é- k-n-e-e- a-a-o- v-s-r-l-i- ------------------------------------- Zsemlét és kenyeret akarok vásárolni. 0
I want to go to the optician to buy glasses. A-op-ikushoz-a--ro--men--- --g-----y-k egy-sz-m-veg-t. A o_________ a_____ m_____ h___ v_____ e__ s__________ A o-t-k-s-o- a-a-o- m-n-i- h-g- v-g-e- e-y s-e-ü-e-e-. ------------------------------------------------------ A optikushoz akarok menni, hogy vegyek egy szemüveget. 0
I want to go to the supermarket to buy fruit and vegetables. A---ru------aka-o--m-nni,------gyüm--c--t -s ---d-é--- --s--o-ja-. A_ á_______ a_____ m_____ h___ g_________ é_ z________ v__________ A- á-u-á-b- a-a-o- m-n-i- h-g- g-ü-ö-c-ö- é- z-l-s-g-t v-s-r-l-a-. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Az áruházba akarok menni, hogy gyümölcsöt és zöldséget vásároljak. 0
I want to go to the baker to buy rolls and bread. A--ék---b- -k---- m--------g- z-e-lét ------y-r-- -á-á-----k. A p_______ a_____ m_____ h___ z______ é_ k_______ v__________ A p-k-é-b- a-a-o- m-n-i- h-g- z-e-l-t é- k-n-e-e- v-s-r-l-a-. ------------------------------------------------------------- A pékségbe akarok menni, hogy zsemlét és kenyeret vásároljak. 0

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