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We’re looking for a sports shop. I-č--o-(iš-ev-) ---ovi---- šp---nimi p-t--b-č-----. I_____ (_______ t_______ s š________ p_____________ I-č-m- (-š-e-a- t-g-v-n- s š-o-t-i-i p-t-e-š-i-a-i- --------------------------------------------------- Iščemo (iščeva) trgovino s športnimi potrebščinami. 0
We’re looking for a butcher shop. I-če-o (------) -e-a----. I_____ (_______ m________ I-č-m- (-š-e-a- m-s-r-j-. ------------------------- Iščemo (iščeva) mesarijo. 0
We’re looking for a pharmacy / drugstore (am.). I----o -i--ev-) -ek-r--. I_____ (_______ l_______ I-č-m- (-š-e-a- l-k-r-o- ------------------------ Iščemo (iščeva) lekarno. 0
We want to buy a football. Rad- -i ---reč -u--l- ----a-bi --p--a--R-d--b- --p-le--n--om--n---ogo. R___ b_ n_____ k_____ (____ b_ k______ R___ b_ k______ n________ ž____ R-d- b- n-m-e- k-p-l- (-a-a b- k-p-l-, R-d- b- k-p-l-) n-g-m-t-o ž-g-. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Radi bi namreč kupili (Rada bi kupila, Rade bi kupile) nogometno žogo. 0
We want to buy salami. R-d--bi n-m-eč-k-pil-----da-bi-ku-il-- -a-e-bi-ku-i--) -ala--. R___ b_ n_____ k_____ (____ b_ k______ R___ b_ k______ s______ R-d- b- n-m-e- k-p-l- (-a-a b- k-p-l-, R-d- b- k-p-l-) s-l-m-. -------------------------------------------------------------- Radi bi namreč kupili (Rada bi kupila, Rade bi kupile) salamo. 0
We want to buy medicine. Ra-i-------reč -u--l----a-a bi kupil-, --de -i ku---e--z---v--a. R___ b_ n_____ k_____ (____ b_ k______ R___ b_ k______ z________ R-d- b- n-m-e- k-p-l- (-a-a b- k-p-l-, R-d- b- k-p-l-) z-r-v-l-. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Radi bi namreč kupili (Rada bi kupila, Rade bi kupile) zdravila. 0
We’re looking for a sports shop to buy a football. Iš---- (-š-e--- ----vino s----r-n--i-p-t-ebš--nami- -a-b---up--i (k-p-l---k-p-le- no-o--tno -o-o. I_____ (_______ t_______ s š________ p_____________ d_ b_ k_____ (_______ k______ n________ ž____ I-č-m- (-š-e-a- t-g-v-n- s š-o-t-i-i p-t-e-š-i-a-i- d- b- k-p-l- (-u-i-i- k-p-l-) n-g-m-t-o ž-g-. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Iščemo (iščeva) trgovino s športnimi potrebščinami, da bi kupili (kupili, kupile) nogometno žogo. 0
We’re looking for a butcher shop to buy salami. I-čem- (-----a- me--ri--,-da-b--kupili-(-up--e- sal-mo. I_____ (_______ m________ d_ b_ k_____ (_______ s______ I-č-m- (-š-e-a- m-s-r-j-, d- b- k-p-l- (-u-i-e- s-l-m-. ------------------------------------------------------- Iščemo (iščeva) mesarijo, da bi kupili (kupile) salamo. 0
We’re looking for a drugstore to buy medicine. I----- -išč-v-)--e----o- da-bi k------(k-pi-e)-z-r-vila. I_____ (_______ l_______ d_ b_ k_____ (_______ z________ I-č-m- (-š-e-a- l-k-r-o- d- b- k-p-l- (-u-i-e- z-r-v-l-. -------------------------------------------------------- Iščemo (iščeva) lekarno, da bi kupili (kupile) zdravila. 0
I’m looking for a jeweller / jeweler (am.). Išč---z--ta-ja. I____ z________ I-č-m z-a-a-j-. --------------- Iščem zlatarja. 0
I’m looking for a photo equipment store. Išče- --g-v-no s-f-t-material-m. I____ t_______ s f______________ I-č-m t-g-v-n- s f-t-m-t-r-a-o-. -------------------------------- Iščem trgovino s fotomaterialom. 0
I’m looking for a confectionery. I-č-m s---čič-r-o. I____ s___________ I-č-m s-a-č-č-r-o- ------------------ Iščem slaščičarno. 0
I actually plan to buy a ring. H-č-m na-re- -u--ti -----n. H____ n_____ k_____ p______ H-č-m n-m-e- k-p-t- p-s-a-. --------------------------- Hočem namreč kupiti prstan. 0
I actually plan to buy a roll of film. Hoče- -a-------pi------m. H____ n_____ k_____ f____ H-č-m n-m-e- k-p-t- f-l-. ------------------------- Hočem namreč kupiti film. 0
I actually plan to buy a cake. H-čem n---eč kup-------to. H____ n_____ k_____ t_____ H-č-m n-m-e- k-p-t- t-r-o- -------------------------- Hočem namreč kupiti torto. 0
I’m looking for a jeweler to buy a ring. Iščem-zlata---- -er--i--ad --p-------a-. I____ z________ k__ b_ r__ k____ p______ I-č-m z-a-a-j-, k-r b- r-d k-p-l p-s-a-. ---------------------------------------- Iščem zlatarja, ker bi rad kupil prstan. 0
I’m looking for a photo shop to buy a roll of film. I-če---r-o-i-- s fo---at-ria--m,---- b----- -u-i------. I____ t_______ s f______________ k__ b_ r__ k____ f____ I-č-m t-g-v-n- s f-t-m-t-r-a-o-, k-r b- r-d k-p-l f-l-. ------------------------------------------------------- Iščem trgovino s fotomaterialom, ker bi rad kupil film. 0
I’m looking for a confectionery to buy a cake. Iš--m--l-š--čar--- ke- -- rad k-pil-tor-o. I____ s___________ k__ b_ r__ k____ t_____ I-č-m s-a-č-č-r-o- k-r b- r-d k-p-l t-r-o- ------------------------------------------ Iščem slaščičarno, ker bi rad kupil torto. 0

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