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100 [one hundred]

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already – not yet nå-o--gån--–--l-rig n---- g--- – a----- n-g-n g-n- – a-d-i- ------------------- någon gång – aldrig 0
Have you already been to Berlin? Har -i --r-t --B---i--n--o- g-n-? H-- n- v---- i B----- n---- g---- H-r n- v-r-t i B-r-i- n-g-n g-n-? --------------------------------- Har ni varit i Berlin någon gång? 0
No, not yet. N--,------g. N--- a------ N-j- a-d-i-. ------------ Nej, aldrig. 0
someone – no one någon---ing-n n---- – i---- n-g-n – i-g-n ------------- någon – ingen 0
Do you know someone here? Kä-n-r n--n-g---/ nå--- --r? K----- n- n---- / n---- h--- K-n-e- n- n-g-n / n-g-a h-r- ---------------------------- Känner ni någon / några här? 0
No, I don’t know anyone here. N--, ja- -änne- i-ge--(-)----. N--- j-- k----- i---- (-- h--- N-j- j-g k-n-e- i-g-n (-) h-r- ------------------------------ Nej, jag känner ingen (a) här. 0
a little longer – not much longer Änn--l------- --te--ä--re Ä--- l----- – i--- l----- Ä-n- l-n-r- – i-t- l-n-r- ------------------------- Ännu längre – inte längre 0
Will you stay here a little longer? S--n--r-n--ä-nu ----r- -ä-? S------ n- ä--- l----- h--- S-a-n-r n- ä-n- l-n-r- h-r- --------------------------- Stannar ni ännu längre här? 0
No, I won’t stay here much longer. Nej---a- -t-n--r--n-e--ä-gre-här. N--- j-- s------ i--- l----- h--- N-j- j-g s-a-n-r i-t- l-n-r- h-r- --------------------------------- Nej, jag stannar inte längre här. 0
something else – nothing else nå--t ------i-ge--m-r n---- m-- – i---- m-- n-g-t m-r – i-g-t m-r --------------------- något mer – inget mer 0
Would you like to drink something else? Skull---i -i--- -a--åg-t-mer a-- -r--ka? S----- n- v---- h- n---- m-- a-- d------ S-u-l- n- v-l-a h- n-g-t m-r a-t d-i-k-? ---------------------------------------- Skulle ni vilja ha något mer att dricka? 0
No, I don’t want anything else. Ne-,-j-- -k--le -nt--v--j- -a --go--m-r. N--- j-- s----- i--- v---- h- n---- m--- N-j- j-g s-u-l- i-t- v-l-a h- n-g-t m-r- ---------------------------------------- Nej, jag skulle inte vilja ha något mer. 0
something already – nothing yet r-da- nå--t-– ä-nu i-get r---- n---- – ä--- i---- r-d-n n-g-t – ä-n- i-g-t ------------------------ redan något – ännu inget 0
Have you already eaten something? H-- ni -e-an-ä-it n----? H-- n- r---- ä--- n----- H-r n- r-d-n ä-i- n-g-t- ------------------------ Har ni redan ätit något? 0
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet. N--,-j---h---in-e ät---nå----än. N--- j-- h-- i--- ä--- n---- ä-- N-j- j-g h-r i-t- ä-i- n-g-t ä-. -------------------------------- Nej, jag har inte ätit något än. 0
someone else – no one else n-g-----r-– ----- --r n---- m-- – i---- m-- n-g-n m-r – i-g-n m-r --------------------- någon mer – ingen mer 0
Does anyone else want a coffee? S-u-le--ågo---e- vilja -a-k---e? S----- n---- m-- v---- h- k----- S-u-l- n-g-n m-r v-l-a h- k-f-e- -------------------------------- Skulle någon mer vilja ha kaffe? 0
No, no one else. Ne-- ing-- m-r. N--- i---- m--- N-j- i-g-n m-r- --------------- Nej, ingen mer. 0

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