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At the bank

At the bank

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U banci

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I would like to open an account. Že-----t-o-i-i--a--n. Želim otvoriti račun. Ž-l-m o-v-r-t- r-č-n- --------------------- Želim otvoriti račun. 0
Here is my passport. T- je--o-a -----n--a. Tu je moja putovnica. T- j- m-j- p-t-v-i-a- --------------------- Tu je moja putovnica. 0
And here is my address. A -v-je -e m-ja -dresa. A ovdje je moja adresa. A o-d-e j- m-j- a-r-s-. ----------------------- A ovdje je moja adresa. 0
I want to deposit money in my account. Želi--up-at-t--nova---a moj---ču-. Želim uplatiti novac na moj račun. Ž-l-m u-l-t-t- n-v-c n- m-j r-č-n- ---------------------------------- Želim uplatiti novac na moj račun. 0
I want to withdraw money from my account. Ž---m p-di---n--a- s--s---eg --č-n-. Želim podići novac sa svojeg računa. Ž-l-m p-d-ć- n-v-c s- s-o-e- r-č-n-. ------------------------------------ Želim podići novac sa svojeg računa. 0
I want to pick up the bank statements. Že-i--uz-ti---v-dak-s- --č-n-. Želim uzeti izvadak sa računa. Ž-l-m u-e-i i-v-d-k s- r-č-n-. ------------------------------ Želim uzeti izvadak sa računa. 0
I want to cash a traveller’s cheque / traveler’s check (am.). Ž-l-m------i-i put-i--i --k. Želim unovčiti putnički ček. Ž-l-m u-o-č-t- p-t-i-k- č-k- ---------------------------- Želim unovčiti putnički ček. 0
What are the fees? Ko--k- ----r-s---b-? Kolike su pristojbe? K-l-k- s- p-i-t-j-e- -------------------- Kolike su pristojbe? 0
Where should I sign? Gd-e-----m-p--p-----? Gdje moram potpisati? G-j- m-r-m p-t-i-a-i- --------------------- Gdje moram potpisati? 0
I’m expecting a transfer from Germany. O--ku--m---z--ku i- ---ma-k-. Očekujem doznaku iz Njemačke. O-e-u-e- d-z-a-u i- N-e-a-k-. ----------------------------- Očekujem doznaku iz Njemačke. 0
Here is my account number. Tu-j- -o- -ro- -ačuna. Tu je moj broj računa. T- j- m-j b-o- r-č-n-. ---------------------- Tu je moj broj računa. 0
Has the money arrived? J- li--o--c---ig-o? Je li novac stigao? J- l- n-v-c s-i-a-? ------------------- Je li novac stigao? 0
I want to change money. Ž----------j-n-ti-o--j -ov--. Želim promijeniti ovaj novac. Ž-l-m p-o-i-e-i-i o-a- n-v-c- ----------------------------- Želim promijeniti ovaj novac. 0
I need US-Dollars. Tr--------r-č-e-d--are. Trebam američke dolare. T-e-a- a-e-i-k- d-l-r-. ----------------------- Trebam američke dolare. 0
Could you please give me small notes / bills (am.)? Mo--m ---,-----e -i--i--- -ov--n-c-. Molim Vas, dajte mi sitne novčanice. M-l-m V-s- d-j-e m- s-t-e n-v-a-i-e- ------------------------------------ Molim Vas, dajte mi sitne novčanice. 0
Is there a cashpoint / an ATM (am.)? P-----i-li ov--- b-n---at? Postoji li ovdje bankomat? P-s-o-i l- o-d-e b-n-o-a-? -------------------------- Postoji li ovdje bankomat? 0
How much money can one withdraw? Ko------- no--- m--e-po-ići? Koliko se novca može podići? K-l-k- s- n-v-a m-ž- p-d-ć-? ---------------------------- Koliko se novca može podići? 0
Which credit cards can one use? Ko-e-se k----tn- k-rtic---o-u-k--i-tit-? Koje se kreditne kartice mogu koristiti? K-j- s- k-e-i-n- k-r-i-e m-g- k-r-s-i-i- ---------------------------------------- Koje se kreditne kartice mogu koristiti? 0

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