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en In the department store   »   es En los grandes almacenes

52 [fifty-two]

In the department store

In the department store

52 [cincuenta y dos]

En los grandes almacenes

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Shall we go to the department store? ¿V--os a-lo--gr-n--- almace-e- /-l- -ie-d- -or d-partam---o-(-m.)? ¿Vamos a los grandes almacenes / la tienda por departamento (am.)? ¿-a-o- a l-s g-a-d-s a-m-c-n-s / l- t-e-d- p-r d-p-r-a-e-t- (-m-)- ------------------------------------------------------------------ ¿Vamos a los grandes almacenes / la tienda por departamento (am.)?
I have to go shopping. (Yo- t-n-o---e-h--er-unas -om-r--. (Yo) tengo que hacer unas compras. (-o- t-n-o q-e h-c-r u-a- c-m-r-s- ---------------------------------- (Yo) tengo que hacer unas compras.
I want to do a lot of shopping. (----q-i-ro---m---- m-cha- -osa-. (Yo) quiero comprar muchas cosas. (-o- q-i-r- c-m-r-r m-c-a- c-s-s- --------------------------------- (Yo) quiero comprar muchas cosas.
Where are the office supplies? ¿D-n-- -st----os----er-al-- -----ici--? ¿Dónde están los materiales de oficina? ¿-ó-d- e-t-n l-s m-t-r-a-e- d- o-i-i-a- --------------------------------------- ¿Dónde están los materiales de oficina?
I need envelopes and stationery. (Y-)----es--o-so---s y p---l-pa-- -----. (Yo) necesito sobres y papel para carta. (-o- n-c-s-t- s-b-e- y p-p-l p-r- c-r-a- ---------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito sobres y papel para carta.
I need pens and markers. (-o---e---i-o bo--g----- - --r---o---. (Yo) necesito bolígrafos y marcadores. (-o- n-c-s-t- b-l-g-a-o- y m-r-a-o-e-. -------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito bolígrafos y marcadores.
Where is the furniture? ¿D-nde-est-n l---m---l--? ¿Dónde están los muebles? ¿-ó-d- e-t-n l-s m-e-l-s- ------------------------- ¿Dónde están los muebles?
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers. (-o- -e--s-t- un ar--rio---un- -ómoda. (Yo) necesito un armario y una cómoda. (-o- n-c-s-t- u- a-m-r-o y u-a c-m-d-. -------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito un armario y una cómoda.
I need a desk and a bookshelf. (Yo)-n--e---o-u- e-c--tor-o y--n----t-n-----. (Yo) necesito un escritorio y una estantería. (-o- n-c-s-t- u- e-c-i-o-i- y u-a e-t-n-e-í-. --------------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito un escritorio y una estantería.
Where are the toys? ¿D-n----st-n lo- j-g---e-? ¿Dónde están los juguetes? ¿-ó-d- e-t-n l-s j-g-e-e-? -------------------------- ¿Dónde están los juguetes?
I need a doll and a teddy bear. (--)-neces-to una---ñe-a - -- --- d--p-luch-. (Yo) necesito una muñeca y un oso de peluche. (-o- n-c-s-t- u-a m-ñ-c- y u- o-o d- p-l-c-e- --------------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito una muñeca y un oso de peluche.
I need a football and a chess board. (Yo- n--e-i-o--n--al-- de-f----- ---- j--g- -e -j-d--z. (Yo) necesito un balón de fútbol y un juego de ajedrez. (-o- n-c-s-t- u- b-l-n d- f-t-o- y u- j-e-o d- a-e-r-z- ------------------------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito un balón de fútbol y un juego de ajedrez.
Where are the tools? ¿----e-e--án-la- he-r-m-e-ta-? ¿Dónde están las herramientas? ¿-ó-d- e-t-n l-s h-r-a-i-n-a-? ------------------------------ ¿Dónde están las herramientas?
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers. (Y----ec---t--u- ---t--lo y ---s-t--azas. (Yo) necesito un martillo y unas tenazas. (-o- n-c-s-t- u- m-r-i-l- y u-a- t-n-z-s- ----------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito un martillo y unas tenazas.
I need a drill and a screwdriver. (Y-) n-c-sito--n ------o y--- d-s-or-----d--. (Yo) necesito un taladro y un destornillador. (-o- n-c-s-t- u- t-l-d-o y u- d-s-o-n-l-a-o-. --------------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito un taladro y un destornillador.
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department? ¿En--ó-d----tá el---p-rtam---o-de --y-s? ¿En dónde está el departamento de joyas? ¿-n d-n-e e-t- e- d-p-r-a-e-t- d- j-y-s- ---------------------------------------- ¿En dónde está el departamento de joyas?
I need a chain and a bracelet. (--)-----sit- u-a---d-n- - u-- pulse-a. (Yo) necesito una cadena y una pulsera. (-o- n-c-s-t- u-a c-d-n- y u-a p-l-e-a- --------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito una cadena y una pulsera.
I need a ring and earrings. (-o) n-c-si-- -n-a--l-o y --o- ----i-n--s-- a---e--(am.). (Yo) necesito un anillo y unos pendientes / aretes (am.). (-o- n-c-s-t- u- a-i-l- y u-o- p-n-i-n-e- / a-e-e- (-m-)- --------------------------------------------------------- (Yo) necesito un anillo y unos pendientes / aretes (am.).

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