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en In the department store   »   de Im Kaufhaus

52 [fifty-two]

In the department store

In the department store

52 [zweiundfünfzig]

Im Kaufhaus

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Shall we go to the department store? G-he--wir-i- ei- ---f---s? G____ w__ i_ e__ K________ G-h-n w-r i- e-n K-u-h-u-? -------------------------- Gehen wir in ein Kaufhaus? 0
I have to go shopping. I----uss-----ä--- m----n. I__ m___ E_______ m______ I-h m-s- E-n-ä-f- m-c-e-. ------------------------- Ich muss Einkäufe machen. 0
I want to do a lot of shopping. I-- -i-- vi-----n---fe-. I__ w___ v___ e_________ I-h w-l- v-e- e-n-a-f-n- ------------------------ Ich will viel einkaufen. 0
Where are the office supplies? Wo--in- d-- -ür-a-t---l? W_ s___ d__ B___________ W- s-n- d-e B-r-a-t-k-l- ------------------------ Wo sind die Büroartikel? 0
I need envelopes and stationery. I-- -r--ch- Br---um--hl--- und--r--f-api-r. I__ b______ B_____________ u__ B___________ I-h b-a-c-e B-i-f-m-c-l-g- u-d B-i-f-a-i-r- ------------------------------------------- Ich brauche Briefumschläge und Briefpapier. 0
I need pens and markers. Ich b-----e---l-----d-Fi--s--f-e. I__ b______ K____ u__ F__________ I-h b-a-c-e K-l-s u-d F-l-s-i-t-. --------------------------------- Ich brauche Kulis und Filzstifte. 0
Where is the furniture? W--s-n--die-M-bel? W_ s___ d__ M_____ W- s-n- d-e M-b-l- ------------------ Wo sind die Möbel? 0
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers. Ic--b-a--he --n---Schr----un----n- ---m-d-. I__ b______ e____ S______ u__ e___ K_______ I-h b-a-c-e e-n-n S-h-a-k u-d e-n- K-m-o-e- ------------------------------------------- Ich brauche einen Schrank und eine Kommode. 0
I need a desk and a bookshelf. Ich b-a--he --n-- Sc---ib-isch --d--in -eg-l. I__ b______ e____ S___________ u__ e__ R_____ I-h b-a-c-e e-n-n S-h-e-b-i-c- u-d e-n R-g-l- --------------------------------------------- Ich brauche einen Schreibtisch und ein Regal. 0
Where are the toys? Wo si-d-die-----l--chen? W_ s___ d__ S___________ W- s-n- d-e S-i-l-a-h-n- ------------------------ Wo sind die Spielsachen? 0
I need a doll and a teddy bear. I---br--c-- e-n- P---e u-d -in-n-T-dd--är. I__ b______ e___ P____ u__ e____ T________ I-h b-a-c-e e-n- P-p-e u-d e-n-n T-d-y-ä-. ------------------------------------------ Ich brauche eine Puppe und einen Teddybär. 0
I need a football and a chess board. I-- b--uch---in-n Fußb--l -n- --- -ch-c--p--l. I__ b______ e____ F______ u__ e__ S___________ I-h b-a-c-e e-n-n F-ß-a-l u-d e-n S-h-c-s-i-l- ---------------------------------------------- Ich brauche einen Fußball und ein Schachspiel. 0
Where are the tools? Wo-is- da- -e----u-? W_ i__ d__ W________ W- i-t d-s W-r-z-u-? -------------------- Wo ist das Werkzeug? 0
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers. Ich b-a-che-e--e-----me----d -in- Za--e. I__ b______ e____ H_____ u__ e___ Z_____ I-h b-a-c-e e-n-n H-m-e- u-d e-n- Z-n-e- ---------------------------------------- Ich brauche einen Hammer und eine Zange. 0
I need a drill and a screwdriver. I-h-b----h- ----n--ohrer ----ei-en -c--a----zi--e-. I__ b______ e____ B_____ u__ e____ S_______________ I-h b-a-c-e e-n-n B-h-e- u-d e-n-n S-h-a-b-n-i-h-r- --------------------------------------------------- Ich brauche einen Bohrer und einen Schraubenzieher. 0
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department? Wo-ist -----ch-uc-? W_ i__ d__ S_______ W- i-t d-r S-h-u-k- ------------------- Wo ist der Schmuck? 0
I need a chain and a bracelet. Ich bra--h--e-ne K--t- u-d -in Armba-d. I__ b______ e___ K____ u__ e__ A_______ I-h b-a-c-e e-n- K-t-e u-d e-n A-m-a-d- --------------------------------------- Ich brauche eine Kette und ein Armband. 0
I need a ring and earrings. Ich --a-----e---- --n- und-Ohrr-ng-. I__ b______ e____ R___ u__ O________ I-h b-a-c-e e-n-n R-n- u-d O-r-i-g-. ------------------------------------ Ich brauche einen Ring und Ohrringe. 0

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