en To want something   »   no ville noe 2

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To want something

To want something

71 [syttien]

ville noe 2

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What do you want to do? Hv- vi------? H__ v__ d____ H-a v-l d-r-? ------------- Hva vil dere? 0
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Vil dere -pille f-tbal-? V__ d___ s_____ f_______ V-l d-r- s-i-l- f-t-a-l- ------------------------ Vil dere spille fotball? 0
Do you want to visit friends? Vil de---b---k---e-ner? V__ d___ b_____ v______ V-l d-r- b-s-k- v-n-e-? ----------------------- Vil dere besøke venner? 0
to want vil-e v____ v-l-e ----- ville 0
I don’t want to arrive late. Je- -i- -kk----m-e-f-r-se--. J__ v__ i___ k____ f__ s____ 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. J---vil-i-ke-gå-(-i-). J__ v__ i___ g_ (_____ J-g v-l i-k- g- (-i-)- ---------------------- Jeg vil ikke gå (dit). 0
I want to go home. Jeg --l-gå--je-. J__ v__ g_ h____ J-g v-l g- h-e-. ---------------- Jeg vil gå hjem. 0
I want to stay at home. Jeg--il ----h---me. J__ v__ b__ h______ J-g v-l b-i h-e-m-. ------------------- Jeg vil bli hjemme. 0
I want to be alone. J---vil ---e-a---e. J__ v__ v___ a_____ J-g v-l v-r- a-e-e- ------------------- Jeg vil være alene. 0
Do you want to stay here? Vil-d- bl- -e-? V__ d_ b__ h___ V-l d- b-i h-r- --------------- Vil du bli her? 0
Do you want to eat here? Vil du-spise-h-r? V__ d_ s____ h___ V-l d- s-i-e h-r- ----------------- Vil du spise her? 0
Do you want to sleep here? Vil -u--ov----r? V__ d_ s___ h___ V-l d- s-v- h-r- ---------------- Vil du sove her? 0
Do you want to leave tomorrow? V-l--- k---- ---o-g-n? V__ d_ k____ i m______ V-l d- k-ø-e i m-r-e-? ---------------------- Vil du kjøre i morgen? 0
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Vi--d- -l----l i --r-e-? V__ d_ b__ t__ i m______ V-l d- b-i t-l i m-r-e-? ------------------------ Vil du bli til i morgen? 0
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? V-l du --t-le-r---i-g-n i----ge-? V__ d_ b_____ r________ i m______ V-l d- b-t-l- r-g-i-g-n i m-r-e-? --------------------------------- Vil du betale regningen i morgen? 0
Do you want to go to the disco? V-l-d-re-p- d-sk--ek? V__ d___ p_ d________ V-l d-r- p- d-s-o-e-? --------------------- Vil dere på diskotek? 0
Do you want to go to the cinema? Vil -ere-på-kin-? V__ d___ p_ k____ V-l d-r- p- k-n-? ----------------- Vil dere på kino? 0
Do you want to go to a café? Vi- d-r--på-ka--? V__ d___ p_ k____ V-l d-r- p- k-f-? ----------------- Vil dere på kafé? 0

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