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Shops

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Butikker

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We’re looking for a sports shop. V- l---- ef--r -- -po-t-f---e-nin-. Vi leder efter en sportsforretning. V- l-d-r e-t-r e- s-o-t-f-r-e-n-n-. ----------------------------------- Vi leder efter en sportsforretning. 0
We’re looking for a butcher shop. V- --de----t-r -- --ag-e-. Vi leder efter en slagter. V- l-d-r e-t-r e- s-a-t-r- -------------------------- Vi leder efter en slagter. 0
We’re looking for a pharmacy / drugstore (am.). V--l-der-eft-- et-ap-te-. Vi leder efter et apotek. V- l-d-r e-t-r e- a-o-e-. ------------------------- Vi leder efter et apotek. 0
We want to buy a football. V----l ne---- gern- ---e en f-d--ld. Vi vil nemlig gerne købe en fodbold. V- v-l n-m-i- g-r-e k-b- e- f-d-o-d- ------------------------------------ Vi vil nemlig gerne købe en fodbold. 0
We want to buy salami. V- v-- n-ml-g----ne -øb- s--ami. Vi vil nemlig gerne købe salami. V- v-l n-m-i- g-r-e k-b- s-l-m-. -------------------------------- Vi vil nemlig gerne købe salami. 0
We want to buy medicine. Vi-vi---em-i- g-rn--k-be n-ge----d---n. Vi vil nemlig gerne købe noget medicin. V- v-l n-m-i- g-r-e k-b- n-g-t m-d-c-n- --------------------------------------- Vi vil nemlig gerne købe noget medicin. 0
We’re looking for a sports shop to buy a football. Vi--ed-r ef--- en --orts-----t-i-g, så------n--øbe-en -od----. Vi leder efter en sportsforretning, så vi kan købe en fodbold. V- l-d-r e-t-r e- s-o-t-f-r-e-n-n-, s- v- k-n k-b- e- f-d-o-d- -------------------------------------------------------------- Vi leder efter en sportsforretning, så vi kan købe en fodbold. 0
We’re looking for a butcher shop to buy salami. V--l-d-- -f--- -n---agter------- ----kø-- s---m-. Vi leder efter en slagter, så vi kan købe salami. V- l-d-r e-t-r e- s-a-t-r- s- v- k-n k-b- s-l-m-. ------------------------------------------------- Vi leder efter en slagter, så vi kan købe salami. 0
We’re looking for a drugstore to buy medicine. Vi l-------t----t-apot-k- -å---------ø----ed---n. Vi leder efter et apotek, så vi kan købe medicin. V- l-d-r e-t-r e- a-o-e-, s- v- k-n k-b- m-d-c-n- ------------------------------------------------- Vi leder efter et apotek, så vi kan købe medicin. 0
I’m looking for a jeweller / jeweler (am.). J---le--r ----r ---j-vel--. Jeg leder efter en juveler. J-g l-d-r e-t-r e- j-v-l-r- --------------------------- Jeg leder efter en juveler. 0
I’m looking for a photo equipment store. J-- -e-----f-e--en f---f--retni-g. Jeg leder efter en fotoforretning. J-g l-d-r e-t-r e- f-t-f-r-e-n-n-. ---------------------------------- Jeg leder efter en fotoforretning. 0
I’m looking for a confectionery. J----------f-e-----ko-d-t-r-. Jeg leder efter et konditori. J-g l-d-r e-t-r e- k-n-i-o-i- ----------------------------- Jeg leder efter et konditori. 0
I actually plan to buy a ring. J-g --l----lig--øbe -n ----. Jeg vil nemlig købe en ring. J-g v-l n-m-i- k-b- e- r-n-. ---------------------------- Jeg vil nemlig købe en ring. 0
I actually plan to buy a roll of film. Je- -i- n-mlig-k-be en -il-. Jeg vil nemlig købe en film. J-g v-l n-m-i- k-b- e- f-l-. ---------------------------- Jeg vil nemlig købe en film. 0
I actually plan to buy a cake. Jeg---l-nem-i--k--e--n -a----e. Jeg vil nemlig købe en lagkage. J-g v-l n-m-i- k-b- e- l-g-a-e- ------------------------------- Jeg vil nemlig købe en lagkage. 0
I’m looking for a jeweler to buy a ring. Jeg le-e--efter-en-j-v-l--, så--e- -an -øb---n-r---. Jeg leder efter en juveler, så jeg kan købe en ring. J-g l-d-r e-t-r e- j-v-l-r- s- j-g k-n k-b- e- r-n-. ---------------------------------------------------- Jeg leder efter en juveler, så jeg kan købe en ring. 0
I’m looking for a photo shop to buy a roll of film. Je----d---e-t-r--n -ot-for-------- s--j----an k-be -n--il-. Jeg leder efter en fotoforretning, så jeg kan købe en film. J-g l-d-r e-t-r e- f-t-f-r-e-n-n-, s- j-g k-n k-b- e- f-l-. ----------------------------------------------------------- Jeg leder efter en fotoforretning, så jeg kan købe en film. 0
I’m looking for a confectionery to buy a cake. J-- -e----e--er ---k--d-tor-,-s- jeg k--------e- -agka-e. Jeg leder efter et konditori, så jeg kan købe en lagkage. J-g l-d-r e-t-r e- k-n-i-o-i- s- j-g k-n k-b- e- l-g-a-e- --------------------------------------------------------- Jeg leder efter et konditori, så jeg kan købe en lagkage. 0

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