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en to want something   »   da ville noget

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

71 [enoghalvfjerds]

ville noget

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What do you want to do? Hva- -il -? Hvad vil I? H-a- v-l I- ----------- Hvad vil I? 0
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? V-l -----l-e--o-b-ld? Vil I spille fodbold? V-l I s-i-l- f-d-o-d- --------------------- Vil I spille fodbold? 0
Do you want to visit friends? V-l I----øg- v--n-r? Vil I besøge venner? V-l I b-s-g- v-n-e-? -------------------- Vil I besøge venner? 0
to want ville ville v-l-e ----- ville 0
I don’t want to arrive late. J-- -il--k-- -o-m--for -ent. Jeg vil ikke komme for sent. J-g v-l i-k- k-m-e f-r s-n-. ---------------------------- Jeg vil ikke komme for sent. 0
I don’t want to go there. Je- v-l i-k- -å--erhen. Jeg vil ikke gå derhen. J-g v-l i-k- g- d-r-e-. ----------------------- Jeg vil ikke gå derhen. 0
I want to go home. J-g v-l-g--h---. Jeg vil gå hjem. J-g v-l g- h-e-. ---------------- Jeg vil gå hjem. 0
I want to stay at home. Je----- --ive hj-m--. Jeg vil blive hjemme. J-g v-l b-i-e h-e-m-. --------------------- Jeg vil blive hjemme. 0
I want to be alone. J---v-l ---e -len-. Jeg vil være alene. J-g v-l v-r- a-e-e- ------------------- Jeg vil være alene. 0
Do you want to stay here? V----u-bl--- h-r? Vil du blive her? V-l d- b-i-e h-r- ----------------- Vil du blive her? 0
Do you want to eat here? Vi-------is- her? Vil du spise her? V-l d- s-i-e h-r- ----------------- Vil du spise her? 0
Do you want to sleep here? Vil-----o-e-h-r? Vil du sove her? V-l d- s-v- h-r- ---------------- Vil du sove her? 0
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Vil-d----ge ---ste- i-m---en? Vil du tage af sted i morgen? V-l d- t-g- a- s-e- i m-r-e-? ----------------------------- Vil du tage af sted i morgen? 0
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Vi--d- b--v---il - ---g-n? Vil du blive til i morgen? V-l d- b-i-e t-l i m-r-e-? -------------------------- Vil du blive til i morgen? 0
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? V-l-du ---st-b-tale reg-i-g-----morge-? Vil du først betale regningen i morgen? V-l d- f-r-t b-t-l- r-g-i-g-n i m-r-e-? --------------------------------------- Vil du først betale regningen i morgen? 0
Do you want to go to the disco? V---- p- -iskot--? Vil I på diskotek? V-l I p- d-s-o-e-? ------------------ Vil I på diskotek? 0
Do you want to go to the cinema? V-- - ---i-gr----? Vil I i biografen? V-l I i b-o-r-f-n- ------------------ Vil I i biografen? 0
Do you want to go to a café? Vi--I-p- c---? Vil I på café? V-l I p- c-f-? -------------- Vil I på café? 0

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The Republic of Indonesia is one of the largest countries on Earth. About 240 million people live in the insular state. These people belong to many different ethnic groups. It is estimated that there are almost 500 ethnic groups in Indonesia. These groups have many different cultural traditions. And they also speak many different languages! About 250 languages are spoken in Indonesia. There are many dialects on top of that. Indonesia's languages are typically classified under the ethnic groups. For example, there is the Javanese or Balinese language. This multitude of languages naturally leads to problems. They hinder an efficient economy and administration. Therefore, a national language was implemented in Indonesia. Since their independence in 1945, Bahasa Indonesia is the official language. It is taught alongside the native language in all schools. Despite this, not all inhabitants of Indonesia speak this language. Only about 70% of Indonesians are proficient in Bahasa Indonesia. Bahasa Indonesia is the native language of ‘only’ 20 million people. Thus, the many regional languages are still of great importance. Indonesian is especially interesting for language lovers. Because there are many advantages to learning Indonesian. The language is considered to be relatively easy. The grammar rules can be learned quickly. You can rely on the spelling for pronunciation. The orthography isn't difficult either. Many Indonesian words come from other languages. And: Indonesian will soon be one of the most important languages… These are enough reasons to start learning, right?