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At the bank

At the bank

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I banken

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I would like to open an account. Eg---l op-e e-n -o--o. E_ v__ o___ e__ k_____ E- v-l o-n- e-n k-n-o- ---------------------- Eg vil opne ein konto. 0
Here is my passport. He- e--pas-et---t-. H__ e_ p_____ m____ H-r e- p-s-e- m-t-. ------------------- Her er passet mitt. 0
And here is my address. Og her-er ------a---. O_ h__ e_ a______ m__ O- h-r e- a-r-s-a m-. --------------------- Og her er adressa mi. 0
I want to deposit money in my account. Eg-v-l--et-e inn-pe--a- -å --nt--n min. E_ v__ s____ i__ p_____ p_ k______ m___ E- v-l s-t-e i-n p-n-a- p- k-n-o-n m-n- --------------------------------------- Eg vil setje inn pengar på kontoen min. 0
I want to withdraw money from my account. E----- ----t pengar -rå k---oe- min. E_ v__ t_ u_ p_____ f__ k______ m___ E- v-l t- u- p-n-a- f-å k-n-o-n m-n- ------------------------------------ Eg vil ta ut pengar frå kontoen min. 0
I want to pick up the bank statements. Eg---- gje--- ---ei--o-t--t-----t. E_ v__ g_____ h_ e_ k_____________ E- v-l g-e-n- h- e- k-n-o-t-k-i-t- ---------------------------------- Eg vil gjerne ha ei kontoutskrift. 0
I want to cash a traveller’s cheque / traveler’s check (am.). E------lø-----nn e-- ------je--. E_ v__ l____ i__ e__ r__________ E- v-l l-y-e i-n e-n r-i-e-j-k-. -------------------------------- Eg vil løyse inn ein reisesjekk. 0
What are the fees? Kor--yk-e--ebyr--r -e-? K__ m____ g____ e_ d___ K-r m-k-e g-b-r e- d-t- ----------------------- Kor mykje gebyr er det? 0
Where should I sign? Kv----k-- -- -kr--e --der? K___ s___ e_ s_____ u_____ K-a- s-a- e- s-r-v- u-d-r- -------------------------- Kvar skal eg skrive under? 0
I’m expecting a transfer from Germany. E--v--tar -i ov---ør--- --- -ys----d. E_ v_____ e_ o_________ f__ T________ E- v-n-a- e- o-e-f-r-n- f-å T-s-l-n-. ------------------------------------- Eg ventar ei overføring frå Tyskland. 0
Here is my account number. H---er ko--o-u-mere- mit-. H__ e_ k____________ m____ H-r e- k-n-o-u-m-r-t m-t-. -------------------------- Her er kontonummeret mitt. 0
Has the money arrived? E- peng--e-k--n--f---? E_ p______ k____ f____ E- p-n-a-e k-m-e f-a-? ---------------------- Er pengane komne fram? 0
I want to change money. E- -il g---n---eks-- de------n-ane. E_ v__ g_____ v_____ d____ p_______ E- v-l g-e-n- v-k-l- d-s-e p-n-a-e- ----------------------------------- Eg vil gjerne veksle desse pengane. 0
I need US-Dollars. Eg t-e----m-------ke-----a-. E_ t____ a__________ d______ E- t-e-g a-e-i-a-s-e d-l-a-. ---------------------------- Eg treng amerikanske dollar. 0
Could you please give me small notes / bills (am.)? Ka--e--f- --- --små -e-la-? K__ e_ f_ d__ i s__ s______ K-n e- f- d-t i s-å s-t-a-? --------------------------- Kan eg få det i små setlar? 0
Is there a cashpoint / an ATM (am.)? Fins---e- ein m---bank-h--? F____ d__ e__ m_______ h___ F-n-t d-t e-n m-n-b-n- h-r- --------------------------- Finst det ein minibank her? 0
How much money can one withdraw? Ko--my-------gar k----g-t--u-? K__ m____ p_____ k__ e_ t_ u__ K-r m-k-e p-n-a- k-n e- t- u-? ------------------------------ Kor mykje pengar kan eg ta ut? 0
Which credit cards can one use? Kv---r---t-k-rt-ka- eg---uke? K__ k__________ k__ e_ b_____ K-a k-e-i-t-o-t k-n e- b-u-e- ----------------------------- Kva kredittkort kan eg bruke? 0

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