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98 [ninety-eight]

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98 [quatre-vingt-dix-huit]

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The journey was beautiful, but too tiring. Le vo---- --a-t--e--e--be---ma-s -r---fatig---. Le voyage était certes beau mais trop fatigant. L- v-y-g- é-a-t c-r-e- b-a- m-i- t-o- f-t-g-n-. ----------------------------------------------- Le voyage était certes beau mais trop fatigant. 0
The train was on time, but too full. Le--r-i- --a-- --r-es à------r-----is c--p-et. Le train était certes à l’heure, mais complet. L- t-a-n é-a-t c-r-e- à l-h-u-e- m-i- c-m-l-t- ---------------------------------------------- Le train était certes à l’heure, mais complet. 0
The hotel was comfortable, but too expensive. L’----l é---t-c---e----r-able, -ai--t-op-ch--. L’hôtel était certes agréable, mais trop cher. L-h-t-l é-a-t c-r-e- a-r-a-l-, m-i- t-o- c-e-. ---------------------------------------------- L’hôtel était certes agréable, mais trop cher. 0
He’ll take either the bus or the train. I- -re---soit -- bu---o-t-l--tra-n. Il prend soit le bus soit le train. I- p-e-d s-i- l- b-s s-i- l- t-a-n- ----------------------------------- Il prend soit le bus soit le train. 0
He’ll come either this evening or tomorrow morning. Il---en- --i- ---s--r-s--t---main-mat--. Il vient soit ce soir soit demain matin. I- v-e-t s-i- c- s-i- s-i- d-m-i- m-t-n- ---------------------------------------- Il vient soit ce soir soit demain matin. 0
He’s going to stay either with us or in the hotel. Il l--e s----c-ez-no-s s-it ---’-ô---. Il loge soit chez nous soit à l’hôtel. I- l-g- s-i- c-e- n-u- s-i- à l-h-t-l- -------------------------------------- Il loge soit chez nous soit à l’hôtel. 0
She speaks Spanish as well as English. Ell---arle-n---s-u-em----l-e----n---mais-a-ss- ---nglai-. Elle parle non seulement l’espagnol mais aussi l’anglais. E-l- p-r-e n-n s-u-e-e-t l-e-p-g-o- m-i- a-s-i l-a-g-a-s- --------------------------------------------------------- Elle parle non seulement l’espagnol mais aussi l’anglais. 0
She has lived in Madrid as well as in London. E-l- a-véc- no- ----em-nt à--a---d-m-is a-ss- à-Lo--res. Elle a vécu non seulement à Madrid mais aussi à Londres. E-l- a v-c- n-n s-u-e-e-t à M-d-i- m-i- a-s-i à L-n-r-s- -------------------------------------------------------- Elle a vécu non seulement à Madrid mais aussi à Londres. 0
She knows Spain as well as England. E-l--connaî- --n s-u-eme-------pa----m-------si l--ng--t--r-. Elle connaît non seulement l’Espagne mais aussi l’Angleterre. E-l- c-n-a-t n-n s-u-e-e-t l-E-p-g-e m-i- a-s-i l-A-g-e-e-r-. ------------------------------------------------------------- Elle connaît non seulement l’Espagne mais aussi l’Angleterre. 0
He is not only stupid, but also lazy. I----- -o---e-lem-n--bê--- --i- a--si-p-ress--x. Il est non seulement bête, mais aussi paresseux. I- e-t n-n s-u-e-e-t b-t-, m-i- a-s-i p-r-s-e-x- ------------------------------------------------ Il est non seulement bête, mais aussi paresseux. 0
She is not only pretty, but also intelligent. Elle e-t n-- ---le-ent-jo--------- aus-i--nt--li-e--e. Elle est non seulement jolie, mais aussi intelligente. E-l- e-t n-n s-u-e-e-t j-l-e- m-i- a-s-i i-t-l-i-e-t-. ------------------------------------------------------ Elle est non seulement jolie, mais aussi intelligente. 0
She speaks not only German, but also French. E-le--ar-- --n se---men---’al-eman-, -ais-a-ss--l--f--nç-is. Elle parle non seulement l’allemand, mais aussi le français. E-l- p-r-e n-n s-u-e-e-t l-a-l-m-n-, m-i- a-s-i l- f-a-ç-i-. ------------------------------------------------------------ Elle parle non seulement l’allemand, mais aussi le français. 0
I can neither play the piano nor the guitar. Je ne sai-----e--n- -u piano-----e-l--g---a-e. Je ne sais jouer ni du piano ni de la guitare. J- n- s-i- j-u-r n- d- p-a-o n- d- l- g-i-a-e- ---------------------------------------------- Je ne sais jouer ni du piano ni de la guitare. 0
I can neither waltz nor do the samba. Je ne--a-s-dan--r-ni-la---l-e-n--l- sam--. Je ne sais danser ni la valse ni la samba. J- n- s-i- d-n-e- n- l- v-l-e n- l- s-m-a- ------------------------------------------ Je ne sais danser ni la valse ni la samba. 0
I like neither opera nor ballet. J- --a-me ----’--ér- ni l- b-l---. Je n’aime ni l’opéra ni le ballet. J- n-a-m- n- l-o-é-a n- l- b-l-e-. ---------------------------------- Je n’aime ni l’opéra ni le ballet. 0
The faster you work, the earlier you will be finished. Pl-s-t- -r-v---les-vi--,-plutôt--u au--s---rm-né. Plus tu travailles vite, plutôt tu auras terminé. P-u- t- t-a-a-l-e- v-t-, p-u-ô- t- a-r-s t-r-i-é- ------------------------------------------------- Plus tu travailles vite, plutôt tu auras terminé. 0
The earlier you come, the earlier you can go. Pl-----tu-vien-- -lutô---u-s-r---par--. Plutôt tu viens, plutôt tu seras parti. P-u-ô- t- v-e-s- p-u-ô- t- s-r-s p-r-i- --------------------------------------- Plutôt tu viens, plutôt tu seras parti. 0
The older one gets, the more complacent one gets. P-----n v-e-l---,--lus on ---e ---mettre --l’aise. Plus on vieillit, plus on aime se mettre à l’aise. P-u- o- v-e-l-i-, p-u- o- a-m- s- m-t-r- à l-a-s-. -------------------------------------------------- Plus on vieillit, plus on aime se mettre à l’aise. 0

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