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In the swimming pool
En la piscina
|It is hot today.||Ha-- c---- h--.||+|
|Shall we go to the swimming pool?||¿V---- a l- p------?||+|
|Do you feel like swimming?||¿T----- g---- d- i- a n----?||+|
|Do you have a towel?||¿T----- u-- t-----?||+|
|Do you have swimming trunks?||¿T----- u- b------?||+|
|Do you have a bathing suit?||¿T----- u- t---- d- b---?||+|
|Can you swim?||¿(T-) s---- n----?||+|
|Can you dive?||¿(T-) s---- b-----?||+|
|Can you jump in the water?||¿(T-) s---- l------- a- a---?||+|
|Where is the shower?||¿D---- e--- l- d----?||+|
|Where is the changing room?||¿D---- e--- e- v--------?||+|
|Where are the swimming goggles?||¿D---- e---- l-- g---- / l-- l----- (a-.) d- n-------?||+|
|Is the water deep?||¿E- e- a--- p-------?||+|
|Is the water clean?||¿E--- l----- e- a---?||+|
|Is the water warm?||¿E--- c------- e- a---?||+|
|I am freezing.||Me e---- c---------.||+|
|The water is too cold.||El a--- e--- d-------- f---.||+|
|I am getting out of the water now.||Sa--- d-- a--- a----.||+|
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