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We’re looking for a sports shop. Ke--s--k--g--s-or---e--et. K------- e-- s------------ K-r-s-n- e-y s-o-t-z-l-e-. -------------------------- Keresünk egy sportüzeltet. 0
We’re looking for a butcher shop. Ke--s------- -entes-. K------- e-- h------- K-r-s-n- e-y h-n-e-t- --------------------- Keresünk egy hentest. 0
We’re looking for a pharmacy / drugstore (am.). Ke-----k---- ----ysze-tára-. K------- e-- g-------------- K-r-s-n- e-y g-ó-y-z-r-á-a-. ---------------------------- Keresünk egy gyógyszertárat. 0
We want to buy a football. Ugy---s --- --t-a-labd-t a-ar--k-v-nni. U------ e-- f----------- a------ v----- U-y-n-s e-y f-t-a-l-b-á- a-a-u-k v-n-i- --------------------------------------- Ugyanis egy futballabdát akarunk venni. 0
We want to buy salami. Ug---i- -------t--k----k -enn-. U------ s------- a------ v----- U-y-n-s s-a-á-i- a-a-u-k v-n-i- ------------------------------- Ugyanis szalámit akarunk venni. 0
We want to buy medicine. Ugy-ni- --ó-y---r---- a-ar-n---e---. U------ g------------ a------ v----- U-y-n-s g-ó-y-z-r-k-t a-a-u-k v-n-i- ------------------------------------ Ugyanis gyógyszereket akarunk venni. 0
We’re looking for a sports shop to buy a football. K-r-sü-- -g- ---------t--, -o-- --y f--ba-la---t-vegy-nk. K------- e-- s------------ h--- e-- f----------- v------- K-r-s-n- e-y s-o-t-z-e-e-, h-g- e-y f-t-a-l-b-á- v-g-ü-k- --------------------------------------------------------- Keresünk egy sportüzletet, hogy egy futballabdát vegyünk. 0
We’re looking for a butcher shop to buy salami. K-re-ü-k eg- --n-e-t- ho---sz--á--t---g----. K------- e-- h------- h--- s------- v------- K-r-s-n- e-y h-n-e-t- h-g- s-a-á-i- v-g-ü-k- -------------------------------------------- Keresünk egy hentest, hogy szalámit vegyünk. 0
We’re looking for a drugstore to buy medicine. Ker-------g--g----sze-t--a-,-h--y g-óg-sze-eket ve-yü-k. K------- e-- g-------------- h--- g------------ v------- K-r-s-n- e-y g-ó-y-z-r-á-a-, h-g- g-ó-y-z-r-k-t v-g-ü-k- -------------------------------------------------------- Keresünk egy gyógyszertárat, hogy gyógyszereket vegyünk. 0
I’m looking for a jeweller / jeweler (am.). Ke---ek---y-é-s-eré-z-. K------ e-- é---------- K-r-s-k e-y é-s-e-é-z-. ----------------------- Keresek egy ékszerészt. 0
I’m looking for a photo equipment store. K-----k -gy fény-épész-ü-l---t. K------ e-- f--------- ü------- K-r-s-k e-y f-n-k-p-s- ü-l-t-t- ------------------------------- Keresek egy fényképész üzletet. 0
I’m looking for a confectionery. Ke-e-e----- -uk-á-z-át. K------ e-- c---------- K-r-s-k e-y c-k-á-z-á-. ----------------------- Keresek egy cukrászdát. 0
I actually plan to buy a ring. U--a--s--g---yű-űt s--n-ék-z-m ve-n-. U------ e-- g----- s---------- v----- U-y-n-s e-y g-ű-ű- s-á-d-k-z-m v-n-i- ------------------------------------- Ugyanis egy gyűrűt szándékozom venni. 0
I actually plan to buy a roll of film. Ugyanis e-y--il--t-szá-d--o-o--v-nn-. U------ e-- f----- s---------- v----- U-y-n-s e-y f-l-e- s-á-d-k-z-m v-n-i- ------------------------------------- Ugyanis egy filmet szándékozom venni. 0
I actually plan to buy a cake. Ugya--s--gy --rtá--sz----koz-----n-i. U------ e-- t----- s---------- v----- U-y-n-s e-y t-r-á- s-á-d-k-z-m v-n-i- ------------------------------------- Ugyanis egy tortát szándékozom venni. 0
I’m looking for a jeweler to buy a ring. K--ese--eg- é----r-s--, ---y--e---k --y--yűr-t. K------ e-- é---------- h--- v----- e-- g------ K-r-s-k e-y é-s-e-é-z-, h-g- v-g-e- e-y g-ű-ű-. ----------------------------------------------- Keresek egy ékszerészt, hogy vegyek egy gyűrűt. 0
I’m looking for a photo shop to buy a roll of film. K--e--- -g- f-n-k-p-sz-üz--te-, h-----e---- -gy--i-m-t. K------ e-- f--------- ü------- h--- v----- e-- f------ K-r-s-k e-y f-n-k-p-s- ü-l-t-t- h-g- v-g-e- e-y f-l-e-. ------------------------------------------------------- Keresek egy fényképész üzletet, hogy vegyek egy filmet. 0
I’m looking for a confectionery to buy a cake. K-r--ek e----ukrás-d-t,-ho-- v----k eg--tort--. K------ e-- c---------- h--- v----- e-- t------ K-r-s-k e-y c-k-á-z-á-, h-g- v-g-e- e-y t-r-á-. ----------------------------------------------- Keresek egy cukrászdát, hogy vegyek egy tortát. 0

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