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en to want something   »   ro „a vrea” ceva

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

71 [şaptezeci şi unu]

„a vrea” ceva

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What do you want to do? C---re-i? C- v----- C- v-e-i- --------- Ce vreţi? 0
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Vreţ--s--j-c-ţ--f--b-l? V---- s- j----- f------ V-e-i s- j-c-ţ- f-t-a-? ----------------------- Vreţi să jucaţi fotbal? 0
Do you want to visit friends? V-e-- să ------ţ- pri--e--? V---- s- v------- p-------- V-e-i s- v-z-t-ţ- p-i-t-n-? --------------------------- Vreţi să vizitaţi prieteni? 0
to want a-v-ea a v--- a v-e- ------ a vrea 0
I don’t want to arrive late. N------u ----------ziu. N- v---- s- v-- t------ N- v-e-u s- v-n t-r-i-. ----------------------- Nu vreau să vin târziu. 0
I don’t want to go there. N- ----u -- --rg -c-lo. N- v---- s- m--- a----- N- v-e-u s- m-r- a-o-o- ----------------------- Nu vreau să merg acolo. 0
I want to go home. Vr--u -ă--erg a-asă. V---- s- m--- a----- V-e-u s- m-r- a-a-ă- -------------------- Vreau să merg acasă. 0
I want to stay at home. V---u--ă r---- aca--. V---- s- r---- a----- V-e-u s- r-m-n a-a-ă- --------------------- Vreau să rămân acasă. 0
I want to be alone. V-eau-s- ----sing--. V---- s- f-- s------ V-e-u s- f-u s-n-u-. -------------------- Vreau să fiu singur. 0
Do you want to stay here? Vr-- -ă -ăm-i---ci? V--- s- r---- a---- V-e- s- r-m-i a-c-? ------------------- Vrei să rămâi aici? 0
Do you want to eat here? Vre---- măn-nc--aic-? V--- s- m------ a---- V-e- s- m-n-n-i a-c-? --------------------- Vrei să mănânci aici? 0
Do you want to sleep here? V-ei-s--do-m--a-c-? V--- s- d---- a---- V-e- s- d-r-i a-c-? ------------------- Vrei să dormi aici? 0
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Vr--i să-p--c--i mâin-? V---- s- p------ m----- V-e-i s- p-e-a-i m-i-e- ----------------------- Vreţi să plecaţi mâine? 0
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Vr--i să-ră--n-ţi p-nă-mâ-ne? V---- s- r------- p--- m----- V-e-i s- r-m-n-ţ- p-n- m-i-e- ----------------------------- Vreţi să rămâneţi până mâine? 0
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Vr--- să pl--i-- f-----a---ia m-in-? V---- s- p------ f------ a--- m----- V-e-i s- p-ă-i-i f-c-u-a a-i- m-i-e- ------------------------------------ Vreţi să plătiţi factura abia mâine? 0
Do you want to go to the disco? Vr--i s- -e-g-----a-d--c-t-c-? V---- s- m------ l- d--------- V-e-i s- m-r-e-i l- d-s-o-e-ă- ------------------------------ Vreţi să mergeţi la discotecă? 0
Do you want to go to the cinema? V-----să-m--ge-i--- -ine-a-ogr-f? V---- s- m------ l- c------------ V-e-i s- m-r-e-i l- c-n-m-t-g-a-? --------------------------------- Vreţi să mergeţi la cinematograf? 0
Do you want to go to a café? Vr--i s---er-eţi--a-----ne-? V---- s- m------ l- c------- V-e-i s- m-r-e-i l- c-f-n-a- ---------------------------- Vreţi să mergeţi la cafenea? 0

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