en To want something   »   nn ville noko 2

71 [seventy-one]

To want something

To want something

71 [syttiein]

ville noko 2

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What do you want to do? K-a v----e? K__ v__ d__ K-a v-l d-? ----------- Kva vil de? 0
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? V----e-spe-- --t--ll? V__ d_ s____ f_______ V-l d- s-e-e f-t-a-l- --------------------- Vil de spele fotball? 0
Do you want to visit friends? Vi- -e b--øk-e -e-er? V__ d_ b______ v_____ V-l d- b-s-k-e v-n-r- --------------------- Vil de besøkje vener? 0
to want v-lle v____ v-l-e ----- ville 0
I don’t want to arrive late. E- -il -kkje--o---for--e-nt. E_ v__ i____ k___ f__ s_____ E- v-l i-k-e k-m- f-r s-i-t- ---------------------------- Eg vil ikkje kome for seint. 0
I don’t want to go there. E--vil---k-e--å --t. E_ v__ i____ g_ d___ E- v-l i-k-e g- d-t- -------------------- Eg vil ikkje gå dit. 0
I want to go home. E- --- -----i-. E_ v__ g_ h____ E- v-l g- h-i-. --------------- Eg vil gå heim. 0
I want to stay at home. E---il -l--h-i--. E_ v__ b__ h_____ E- v-l b-i h-i-e- ----------------- Eg vil bli heime. 0
I want to be alone. E--vi---e-- å--ine. E_ v__ v___ å______ E- v-l v-r- å-e-n-. ------------------- Eg vil vere åleine. 0
Do you want to stay here? Vil -- b-i--er? V__ d_ b__ h___ V-l d- b-i h-r- --------------- Vil du bli her? 0
Do you want to eat here? Vil-d- et--he-? V__ d_ e__ h___ V-l d- e-e h-r- --------------- Vil du ete her? 0
Do you want to sleep here? Vi- -u--o-e her? V__ d_ s___ h___ V-l d- s-v- h-r- ---------------- Vil du sove her? 0
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Vil-d- ----- ---o-gon? V__ d_ k____ i m______ V-l d- k-y-e i m-r-o-? ---------------------- Vil du køyre i morgon? 0
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Vi- du---i-ti--i --rgo-? V__ d_ b__ t__ i m______ V-l d- b-i t-l i m-r-o-? ------------------------ Vil du bli til i morgon? 0
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Vil-du --t-l- r-k-i--- i mo-gon? V__ d_ b_____ r_______ i m______ V-l d- b-t-l- r-k-i-g- i m-r-o-? -------------------------------- Vil du betale rekninga i morgon? 0
Do you want to go to the disco? V-------å di--o---? V__ d_ p_ d________ V-l d- p- d-s-o-e-? ------------------- Vil de på diskotek? 0
Do you want to go to the cinema? V---d- -å--ino? V__ d_ p_ k____ V-l d- p- k-n-? --------------- Vil de på kino? 0
Do you want to go to a café? Vil-----å-kafe? V__ d_ p_ k____ V-l d- p- k-f-? --------------- Vil de på kafe? 0

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