en At the bank   »   es En el banco

60 [sixty]

At the bank

At the bank

60 [sesenta]

En el banco

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I would like to open an account. Q-e---a-a-ri- -n- -uen--. Q------ a---- u-- c------ Q-e-r-a a-r-r u-a c-e-t-. ------------------------- Querría abrir una cuenta.
Here is my passport. Aq-- --e-- mi----a-o-te. A--- t---- m- p--------- A-u- t-e-e m- p-s-p-r-e- ------------------------ Aquí tiene mi pasaporte.
And here is my address. Y é----es--- di-----ó-. Y é--- e- m- d--------- Y é-t- e- m- d-r-c-i-n- ----------------------- Y ésta es mi dirección.
I want to deposit money in my account. Querría-in-re-ar -ine-- -n--i -uen--. Q------ i------- d----- e- m- c------ Q-e-r-a i-g-e-a- d-n-r- e- m- c-e-t-. ------------------------------------- Querría ingresar dinero en mi cuenta.
I want to withdraw money from my account. Q------ s-c-r-d-ne-o------ -u--t-. Q------ s---- d----- d- m- c------ Q-e-r-a s-c-r d-n-r- d- m- c-e-t-. ---------------------------------- Querría sacar dinero de mi cuenta.
I want to pick up the bank statements. Que-r---un--xtr-cto--- -i--u---a. Q------ u- e------- d- m- c------ Q-e-r-a u- e-t-a-t- d- m- c-e-t-. --------------------------------- Querría un extracto de mi cuenta.
I want to cash a traveller’s cheque / traveler’s check (am.). Q--rría -ac-- ef-ct-vo-u--c--q-- -e-v---e. Q------ h---- e------- u- c----- d- v----- Q-e-r-a h-c-r e-e-t-v- u- c-e-u- d- v-a-e- ------------------------------------------ Querría hacer efectivo un cheque de viaje.
What are the fees? ¿De-cu-nt- -- la----is-ó-? ¿-- c----- e- l- c-------- ¿-e c-á-t- e- l- c-m-s-ó-? -------------------------- ¿De cuánto es la comisión?
Where should I sign? ¿D-nde----g----- -ir-ar? ¿----- t---- q-- f------ ¿-ó-d- t-n-o q-e f-r-a-? ------------------------ ¿Dónde tengo que firmar?
I’m expecting a transfer from Germany. E-t-y -spe-a-d- --- -ra--fe-encia-p-ove---n-e--- ---m-n--. E---- e-------- u-- t------------ p---------- d- A-------- E-t-y e-p-r-n-o u-a t-a-s-e-e-c-a p-o-e-i-n-e d- A-e-a-i-. ---------------------------------------------------------- Estoy esperando una transferencia proveniente de Alemania.
Here is my account number. És-- es----n---ro-d--c-en-a. É--- e- m- n----- d- c------ É-t- e- m- n-m-r- d- c-e-t-. ---------------------------- Éste es mi número de cuenta.
Has the money arrived? ¿Ha-ll---do -l --ne-o? ¿-- l------ e- d------ ¿-a l-e-a-o e- d-n-r-? ---------------------- ¿Ha llegado el dinero?
I want to change money. Q-i-i--a ---bia----te d-nero. Q------- c------ e--- d------ Q-i-i-r- c-m-i-r e-t- d-n-r-. ----------------------------- Quisiera cambiar este dinero.
I need US-Dollars. Ne--s-to----a-e-. N------- d------- N-c-s-t- d-l-r-s- ----------------- Necesito dólares.
Could you please give me small notes / bills (am.)? Dém- bil---es--eque---,--or-f-vo-. D--- b------- p-------- p-- f----- D-m- b-l-e-e- p-q-e-o-, p-r f-v-r- ---------------------------------- Déme billetes pequeños, por favor.
Is there a cashpoint / an ATM (am.)? ¿H-- alg----aj-r- -----á-ic- p-- aq-í? ¿--- a---- c----- a--------- p-- a---- ¿-a- a-g-n c-j-r- a-t-m-t-c- p-r a-u-? -------------------------------------- ¿Hay algún cajero automático por aquí?
How much money can one withdraw? ¿Cu--to ---ero se pu--e---c--? ¿------ d----- s- p---- s----- ¿-u-n-o d-n-r- s- p-e-e s-c-r- ------------------------------ ¿Cuánto dinero se puede sacar?
Which credit cards can one use? ¿--é--------- -- cré-i-o--e--u--en-ut-l-z--? ¿--- t------- d- c------ s- p----- u-------- ¿-u- t-r-e-a- d- c-é-i-o s- p-e-e- u-i-i-a-? -------------------------------------------- ¿Qué tarjetas de crédito se pueden utilizar?

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