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|English UK||português PT|
|Where is the bus stop?||On-- é q-- é a p------ d- a--------?|
|Which bus goes to the city centre / center (am.)?||Qu-- é o a-------- q-- v-- p--- o c-----?|
|Which bus do I have to take?||Qu-- é a l---- q-- e- t---- d- a------?|
|Do I have to change?||Te--- d- m----?|
|Where do I have to change?||On-- é q-- t---- d- m----?|
|How much does a ticket cost?||Qu---- é q-- c---- u- b------?|
|How many stops are there before downtown / the city centre?||Sã- q------ p------- a-- a- c-----?|
|You have to get off here.||Te- q-- s--- a---.|
|You have to get off at the back.||Te- q-- s--- p-- t---.|
|The next train is in 5 minutes.||O p------ m---- v-- e- 5 m------.|
|The next tram is in 10 minutes.||O p------ e-------- v-- e- 10 m------.|
|The next bus is in 15 minutes.||O p------ a-------- v-- e- 15 m------.|
|When is the last train?||Qu---- é q-- é o ú----- m----?|
|When is the last tram?||Qu---- é q-- é o ú----- e-------?|
|When is the last bus?||Qu---- é q-- é o ú----- a--------?|
|Do you have a ticket?||Te- u- b------?|
|A ticket? – No, I don’t have one.||Um b------? – N--- n-- t----.|
|Then you have to pay a fine.||En--- t-- q-- p---- u-- m----.|
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