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BASIC DOCUMENT

NORTHERN IRELAND
 

WORKPLACE

VOCABULARY

 

Kitchen                 

Restaurant                           

Hotel

Facilities

Resources/equipment

 

HOTEL STAFF

General manager               

Receptionist

Housekeeper

Porter

 

RESTAURANT STAFF

Manager

Head waiter

Waiter/waitress

Barman

 

KITCHEN STAFF

Head chef

Sous chef / second chef

Chef de partie / section chef

 

 

USEFUL PHRASES

 

Good morning/afternoon/evening

Hello

Goodbye

Yes, please.  No, thank you. You’re welcome.

My name is…

I come from…

Nice to meet you.

 

Welcome to our restaurant

Sorry, I didn’t understand.

Could you speak more slowly, please.

Could you repeat that again, please?

One minute, I’ll call a colleague.

 

Are you ready to order?

Can I help you?

Would you like an aperitif/a drink/some wine /red or white or rosé?

Would you care for some water?  Still or sparkling water?

 

Enjoy your meal.

Would you like anything else?

Is everything to your satisfaction?

 

 

IN THE KITCHEN

 

Chef, order!

Be careful, that plate is hot.

 

Starter

Soup

Main course

Dessert

Salad

Side orders

Cheese

 

Coffee, espresso, cappucino

Wine glass /red/white

Water glass

Champagne flute

 

Fork

Fish fork

Knife

Fish knife

Plate

Soupspoon

Tablespoon

Side plate

Saucer

Teacup

Salt and pepper

Napkin

Tablecloth

 

Butter

Bread

Mint sauce

Mustard

Vinegar

Oil

Horseradish

Accompaniments

 

 

AT THE RECEPTION

 

Would you like a room ensuite

                          a double, single, family room?

All our rooms are ensuite.

Do you have a reservation?

Can I take an imprint of your credit card?

I’m afraid, we are fully booked.

How many nights are you staying?

Breakfast is from 7 to 9.30 a.m.

Do you need help with your luggage?

Have you stayed with us before?

Do you want a wakeup call?

 

Yes, of course…

Certainly, Sir/Madam.

There is an internet access in the lobby.

Have a nice day.

 

COMPLAINTS

I’m very sorry to hear that. I will call my colleague/the manager.

 

Here’s your bill.

How would you like to pay- cash/credit card

 

I will print out your bill

 

 

 

TRAVEL

VOCABULARY

 

Turn

Sign

Shuttle

Exact

Fare

Connection

Opposite

Queue

Bus stop

 

Safe

Delay

Cheap

Direct

Hire

Traffic

 

Luggage

Bags

Boot

Drive

 

Left

Right

Straight ahead

In front of

Behind

Beside

 

Square

Traffic lights

Motorway

Platform

 

Ticket

Bikepath

Main station

One-way/single ticket

Return ticket

 

Traffic jam

Underground

Suburban train

Zebra crossing

Flight

Corner

Airport

Baggage reclaim

Conveyer belt

 

Declare

Exit

Entry

Timetable

First / second class

 

Passport

Identity card

Season ticket

On foot

By plane, by taxi

 

 

USEFUL PHRASES

 

Excuse me, can you help me please?

Where do I get ... ?

Wat is the exact fare?

How much will it cost?

 

When does the next bus leave for…

When does it get to… ?

Do I change busses?

Please give me a one way ticket.

Here is your change.

How long will a journey take?

I’m lost.

 

How do I get to the station?

I’d like to buy a ticket to ...

How much is it?

Which platform does the train leave from?

Could you please print out the connections?

Do I have to change?

 

Cross the street.

Where is the lost luggage desk?

Where can I change money?

Excuse me, what time is it?

Where can I buy a ticket?

 

Thank you very much for your help

You are welcome.

Do I have to reserve a seat?

How can I get there?

 

 

SOCIALISING

A.    USEFUL VOCABULARY-BASICS

 

1.  GREETINGS

 

Good morning/afternoon/evening!

Hello!

Hi!

Nice to see you.

How are you today?

I am fine/well. And you?

Goodbye./ Bye.

Good night!

See you.

See you soon/ tonight/ tomorrow.

Sleep well.

 

2.  SELF INTRODUCTIONS

 

My name is ...

What’s your name?

I am…… years old.

How old are you?

I come from ...

Where are you from? 

I work/study in …

Where do you live?

I can speak English.

I am interested in ...

Are you interested in any sports ?     

What sports do you do?     

football

Match/basketball/volleyball/handball/

swimming/diving

I have one brother/ two sisters ...

My mother/ father is ...

I’m single.

Are you married?

I like .../ I don’t like ...

Do you like ...?

Do you have any hobbies?

I like painting/ reading/ music/ travelling/sport/ fishing/walking.

 

3.   INTRODUCING OTHER PEOPLE

 

This is my friend/ teacher …

Nice to meet you.

How do you do?

My host is ….

My teacher is …

Who’s that? 

How long are you staying here?

We are leaving tomorrow. 

Where are you staying? 

In a hotel.   

 

4.   POLITE WORDS

 

Thank you./Thank you very much./

Thanks for all.

You’re welcome.

That’s OK.

Please

Yes, please./No, thank you.

Excuse me, ...

I’m sorry.

I’m afraid, ...

Not at all./ Never mind.

Have fun!

Have a good trip/ nice flight.

Good luck!

Best wishes!

All the best!

Happy birthday!  

Congratulations!  

 

5.  SUGGESTIONS

 

Shall we go out together this evening?   

Why don’t we meet at Blue cafe tonight?

Let’s meet at 9.00.

Why not drink something?

Shall we dance? 

Good idea.

Good/ Great!

Yes, of course.

I agree.              

Me too.   

That’s not a good   idea.    

No, thank you.

I’m sorry I can’t.

I don’t have time. 

Maybe later.

Could I ask you something? 

Can you help me please?  

Just a moment!

Wait for me.     

I’d like ...  

 

6.   FEELINGS

 

How do you feel?

I’m happy.

I feel good/ OK.

I don’t feel well.

I’m ill. 

I’m bored/ tired.

Are you hungry/ thirsty?

I’m having a great time here.

That’s fantastic/ great/ terrible/ awful. 

What a pity.

Well done.    

Not bad.  

I’m not sure.  

I understand/ I see.

I hope so.

 

 

B.      WEATHER

 

It is hot today.

It is warm  in here.

It is cold.

I’m cold/ hot.

What’s the temperature today?  

It’s 35 degrees.

What is the weather like? 

It’s sunny and dry.

It’s cold and cloudy.

It’s raining.

The sun is shining. It’s a beautiful day.

rainy/ stormy/ sunny/ windy/ foggy/ cloudy/ wind/ mist/ dew/ hail  

May I open the window?

You’d better put on a jacket.

Take an umbrella.

 

 

C.     MONEY and SHOPPING

 

I’d like to change some money. 

What is the exchange rate?

Where can I find a bank around here?

Can I pay in euro/ in cash/ by credit card?

 

Do you have any ID?

May I see your passport?

Would you sign here please?

Can I have ...?

How much is it?

It’s ... (ten euro).

How much are these jeans?

Anything else? 

No, thank you.That’s all. 

Do you have something cheaper?

I want a bigger/ smaller/ longer shorter one. 

I’ll take this one. 

Can I try it on?

 

 

 

D.      ENTERTAINMENT

 

1.BAR/PUB/DISCO

 

Would you like to have dinner/lunch with me?

Would you come to the pub with me?

Are you free this evening? 

Can I invite you for a meal?

I’d like to go to a club/ restaurant/ cinema/ pub/ disco.

 

A table for two, please.  

We have reserved a table for three. My name is ...

 

May I sit here?

 

Could I have a beer?   

Would you like ice?  

Do you want a hamburger? 

Would you like something to drink/to eat? 

May I have …?

May I have a coffee/ juice/ tea/ sandwich?

I’d like to order…

I’d like something to drink. 

I’ll just have a snack.

I’ll have apple pie for dessert.  

One more, please.

That’s enough.

How much is it?

How can I pay?/national currency

 

Can I have the menu, please?

The wine list, please.

What do you recommend?   

Is this a hot or cold dish? 

Do you have any regional specialities?

 

We didn’t order that. 

The fish isn’t fresh.

The meat isn’t cooked well.

This soup is cold/too salty.

This is broken/not clean/.

The food was excellent.

Everything was perfect.

That was a wonderful meal. 

We will come again.

 

Can I have the bill, please? 

Could I have a receipt?  

I think there’s a mistake in the bill.

 

2. CINEMA and THEATRE

 

What’s on at the cinema/theatre?   

Can I have a programme please?  

Where can  I get tickets? 

How much does a ticket cost?

I’d like a ticket, please.

Do you have any tickets for tomorrow’s show?   

Can you recommend a good film/

play ?  

When does it start?  

We are going to the theatre at 7.30/ at the weekend/ on Saturday/ on Sunday.

 

 

 

SWEDEN

WORKPLACE

VOCABULARY

 

Kitchen                 

Restaurant                           

Hotel

Facilities

Resources/equipment

 

HOTEL STAFF

General manager               

Receptionist

Housekeeper

Porter

 

RESTAURANT STAFF

Manager

Head waiter

Waiter/waitress

Barman

 

KITCHEN STAFF

Head chef

Sous chef / second chef

Chef de partie / section chef

 

Kök

Restaurang

Hotell

Bekvämlighet/utbud

Resurser /utrustning

 

Hotell personal/betjäning

Hotelldirektör /chef

Receptionist

Städerska

Hotelltjänsteman (nycklar)

 

Restaurangpersonal

 

Chef

Hovmästare

Servitör

Bartender

 

Kökspersonal

Köksmästare

Souschef /1e kock

Dessert chef

USEFUL PHRASES

 

Good morning/afternoon/evening

Hello

Goodbye

Yes, please.  No, thank you. You’re welcome.

My name is…

I come from…

Nice to meet you.

 

Welcome to our restaurant

Sorry, I didn’t understand.

Could you speak more slowly, please.

Could you repeat that again, please?

One minute, I’ll call a colleague.

 

Are you ready to order?

Can I help you?

Would you like an aperitif/a drink/some wine /red or white or rosé?

Would you care for some water?  Still or sparkling water?

 

Enjoy your meal.

Would you like anything else?

Is everything to your satisfaction?

 

God morgon/God eftermiddag/kväll

Hej/ Hallå

Adjö

Ja tack. Nej tack.  Varsågod

Jag heter…

Jag kommer ifrån…

Trevligt att träffas

Välkommen till vår restaurang

Förlåt att jag inte förstår

Kan du prata lite saktare(långsammare)

Kan du upprepa det igen är du snäll

Vänta ett tag ska jag prata med en kollega

 

Är ni klara med er beställning

Kan jag hjälpa dig

Önskar ni en aperitif/en drink/ett glas vin/rött eller vitt eller rosé

Önskar ni vatten isvatten eller kolsyrat

 

 

Smaklig måltid

Vill ni ha något annat?

Är allt till belåtenhet?

IN THE KITCHEN

 

Chef, order!

Be careful, that plate is hot.

 

Starter

Soup

Main course

Dessert

Salad

Side orders

Cheese

 

Coffee, espresso, cappucino

Wine glass /red/white

Water glass

Champagne flute

 

Fork

Fish fork

Knife

Fish knife

Plate

Soupspoon

Tablespoon

Side plate

Saucer

Teacup

Salt and pepper

Napkin

Tablecloth

 

Butter

Bread

Mint sauce

Mustard

Vinegar

Oil

Horseradish

Accompaniments

 

Köksmästaren beställning

Var försiktig, tallrikarna är varma

 

Förrätt

Soppa

Varmrätt

Dessert

Sallad

Tillbehör

Ost

 

Kaffe, espresso, cappucino

Vinglas/rött/vitt

Vattenglas

Champagneglas

 

Gaffel

Fiskgaffel

Kniv

Fiskkniv

Tallrik

Soppsked

Matsked

Sidassiett

Tefat

Tekopp

Salt och peppar

Servett

Bordsduk

 

Smör

Bröd

Mint sås

Senap

Vinäger

Matolja

Pepparrot

tillbehör

 

AT THE RECEPTION

 Vid receptionen

Would you like a room ensuite

                          a double, single, family room?

All our rooms are ensuite.

Do you have a reservation?

Can I take an imprint of your credit card?

I’m afraid, we are fully booked.

How many nights are you staying?

Breakfast is from 7 to 9.30 a.m.

Do you need help with your luggage?

Have you stayed with us before?

Do you want a wakeup call?

 

Yes, of course…

Certainly, Sir/Madam.

There is an internet access in the lobby.

Have a nice day.

 

COMPLAINTS

I’m very sorry to hear that. I will call my colleague/the manager.

 

Here’s your bill.

How would you like to pay- cash/credit card

I will print out your bill

 

 

 Vill du ha ett ensuiterum/ett dubbelrum/ett enkelrum/ett faimljrum?

Har alla rum badrum?

Har du en reservation?

Kan jag ta en kopia av ditt kort?

Jag är ledsen, men vi är fullbokade.

Hur många nätter ska du stanna?

Frukost är mellan 7 och 9.30 (sju och halvtio)

Vill du ha hjälp med ditt bagage?

Har du bott med oss förut?

Vill du ha en telefonväckning?

 

Ja självklart…

Självklart…

Det finns internetuppkoppling i lobbyn.

Ha en bra dag.

 

KLAGOMÅL

Jag är väldigt ledsen att höra det. Jag ska ringa min kollega/föreståndaren.

 

Här är din räkning.

Hur vill du betala? Kontant eller kort?

Jag ska skriva ut din räkning.

TRAVEL

VOCABULARY

 

Turn

Sign

Shuttle

Exact

Fare

Connection

Opposite

Queue

Bus stop

 

Safe

Delay

Cheap

Direct

Hire

Traffic

 

Luggage

Bags

Boot

Drive

 

Left

Right

Straight ahead

In front of

Behind

Beside

 

Square

Traffic lights

Motorway

Platform

 

Ticket

Bikepath

Main station

One-way/single ticket

Return ticket

 

Traffic jam

Underground

Suburban train

Zebra crossing

Flight

Corner

Airport

Baggage reclaim

Conveyer belt

 

Declare

Exit

Entry

Timetable

First / second class

 

Passport

Identity card

Season ticket

On foot

By plane, by taxi

 

Sväng

Skylt

pendla

precis

Biljettpris

Anslutning/förbindelse

Busshållplats

 

Kassaskåp

Försening

Billigt

Direct

Hyra

Trafik

 

Bagage

Väskor

Bakluckan

Kör

 

Vänster

Höger

Rakt fram

Framför

Bakom

Bredvid

 

Torget

Trafikljus

Motorväg

Plattform

 

Biljett

Cykelväg

Resecentrum

Enkelbiljett

Turochreturbiljett/returbiljett

 

Trafikstockning

Tunnelbana (subway)

Pendeltåg

Övergångsställe

Flyg

Hörnet

Flygplats

Baggage reclaim

Bagageband

 

Deklarera

Exit/Utgång

 

Ingång

Tidtabell

Första / Andra klass

 

Pass

ID-kort

Säsongsbiljett

På fot

Via flyg, via taxi

USEFUL PHRASES

 Användbara fraser

Excuse me, can you help me please?

Where do I get ... ?

What is the exact fare?

How much will it cost?

 

When does the next bus leave for…

When does it get to… ?

Do I change busses?

Please give me a one way ticket.

Here is your change.

How long will a journey take?

I’m lost.

 

How do I get to the station?

I’d like to buy a ticket to ...

How much is it?

Which platform does the train leave from?

Could you please print out the connections?

Do I have to change?

 

Cross the street.

Where is the lost luggage desk?

Where can I change money?

Excuse me, what time is it?

Where can I buy a ticket?

 

Thank you very much for your help

You are welcome.

Do I have to reserve a seat?

How can I get there?

 

 Ursäkta mig, kan du hjälpa mig?

Var kan jag hitta…?

Hur mycket blir det?

Hur mycket kommer det att kosta?

 

När går nästa buss till …?

När är den framme i …?

Ska jag byta bus?

Kan jag få en enkelbiljett?

Här är din växel?

Hur lång tid tar en resa?

Jag är vilse.

 

Hur kommer jag till stationen?

Jag skulle vilja köpa en biljett till…?

Hur mycket kostar det?

Vilken plattform går tåget från?

Kan du skriva ut förbindelsen?

Får jag växel?

 

Gå över gatan?

Var är resgodsinlämningen?

Var kan jag växla pengar?

Ursäkta mig, vad är klockan?

Var kan jag köpa en biljett?

 

Tack så mycket för din hjälp.

Varsågod

Måste jag göra en platsreservation?

Hur kommer jag ditt?

SOCIALISING

A.    USEFUL VOCABULARY-BASICS

 

1.  GREETINGS

 

Good morning/afternoon/evening!

Hello!

Hi!

Nice to see you.

How are you today?

I am fine/well. And you?

Goodbye./ Bye.

Good night!

See you.

See you soon/ tonight/ tomorrow.

Sleep well.

 

2.  SELF INTRODUCTIONS

 

My name is ...

What’s your name?

I am…… years old.

How old are you?

I come from ...

Where are you from? 

I work/study in …

Where do you live?

I can speak English.

I am interested in ...

Are you interested in any sports ?     

What sports do you do?     

football

Match/basketball/volleyball/handball/

swimming/diving

 

I have one brother/ two sisters ...

My mother/ father is ...

I’m single.

Are you married?

I like .../ I don’t like ...

Do you like ...?

Do you have any hobbies?

I like painting/ reading/ music/ travelling/sport/ fishing/walking.

 

3.   INTRODUCING OTHER PEOPLE

 

This is my friend/ teacher …

Nice to meet you.

How do you do?

My host is ….

My teacher is …

Who’s that? 

How long are you staying here?

We are leaving tomorrow. 

Where are you staying? 

In a hotel.   

 

4.   POLITE WORDS

 

Thank you./Thank you very much./

Thanks for all.

You’re welcome.

That’s OK.

Please

Yes, please./No, thank you.

Excuse me, ...

I’m sorry.

I’m afraid, ...

Not at all./ Never mind.

Have fun!

Have a good trip/ nice flight.

Good luck!

Best wishes!

All the best!

Happy birthday!  

Congratulations!  

 

5.  SUGGESTIONS

 

Shall we go out together this evening?   

Why don’t we meet at Blue cafe tonight?

Let’s meet at 9.00.

Why not drink something?

Shall we dance? 

Good idea.

Good/ Great!

Yes, of course.

I agree.              

Me too.   

That’s not a good   idea.    

No, thank you.

I’m sorry I can’t.

I don’t have time. 

Maybe later.

Could I ask you something? 

Can you help me please?  

Just a moment!

Wait for me.     

I’d like ...  

 

6.   FEELINGS

 

How do you feel?

I’m happy.

I feel good/ OK.

I don’t feel well.

I’m ill. 

I’m bored/ tired.

Are you hungry/ thirsty?

I’m having a great time here.

That’s fantastic/ great/ terrible/ awful. 

What a pity.

Well done.    

Not bad.  

I’m not sure.  

I understand/ I see.

I hope so.

 

HÄLSNINGAR

 

God morgon/God eftermiddag / God kväll!

Hej!

Hej!

Trevligt att ses?

Hur mår du idag?

Jag mår bra, och du?

Hej då.

God natt!

Vi ses.

Vi ses snart/ikväll/imorgon.

Sov gott.

 

2. INTRODUCTIONER

 

Jag heter ….

Vad heter du?

Jag är …. år gammal.

Hur gammal är du?

Jag kommer från…

Varifrån kommer du?

Jag jobbar/studerar i….

Var bor du?

Jag kan prata engelska.

Jag tycker om att ….

Är du intresserad av sport?

Vilken sport håller du på med?

Fotboll

Match/basket/volley/handboll/simning/dykning

 

 

Jag har en bror/två systrar

Min mamma/pappa är…

Jag är singel.

Är du gift?

Jag gillar…/Jag gillar inte…

Gillar du att…

Har du någon hobby?

Jag gillar att måla/läsa/musik/att resa/sport/att fiska/att promenera.

 

3. INTRODUCERA ANDRA MÄNNISKOR

 

Det här är min vän (kompis)/lärare

Trevligt att träffas.

Hur mår du?

Min värd är…

Min lärare är …

Vem är det?

Hur länge ska du stanna där?

Vi åker imorgon.

Var bor du?

I ett hotell

 

4. ARTIGA FRASER

 

Tack/tack så mycket

Tack för allt.

Varsågod.

Det är lugnt.

Tack

Ja, tack/Nej, tack.

Ursäkta mig,…

Jag är ledsen.

Jag är rädd att…

Inte alls/Oroa dig inte.

Ha det så roligt!

Ha en trevlig resa/trevlig flygresa

Lycka till!

Har det bra.

Har det bra.

Grattis på födelsedagen!

Grattis!

 

5. FÖRSLAG

 

Ska vi gå ut tillsammans ikväll?

Ska vi mötes vid Blue Cage ikväll?

Vi möts vid nio.

Varför  tar vi inte någonting att dricka?

Ska vi dansa?

Bra idé!

Bra/Roligt

Ja, självklar.

Jag håller med.

Jag med.

Det är ingen bra idé.

Nej, tack.

Jag är ledsen, men jag kan inte.

Jag har inte tid.

Kanske senare.

Får jag fråga dig något?

Kan du hjälpa mig?

Ett ögonblick!

Vänta på mig.

Jag vill ha …

 

6. KÄNSLOR

 

Hur mår du?

Jag är glad.

Jag mår bra/ är OK.

Jag mår inte bra.

Jag är sjuk.

Jag är uttråkad/trött.

Är du hungrig/törstig?

Jag har det väldigt trevligt här.

Det är fantastisk/bra/hemskt/fruktansvärt.

Vad hemskt.

Bra jobbat.

Inte dåligt.

Jag är inte säker.

Jag förstår.

Jag hoppas det.

 

B.      WEATHER

 VÄDER

It is hot today.

It is warm  in here.

It is cold.

I’m cold/ hot.

What’s the temperature today?  

It’s 35 degrees.

What is the weather like? 

It’s sunny and dry.

It’s cold and cloudy.

It’s raining.

The sun is shining. It’s a beautiful day.

rainy/ stormy/ sunny/ windy/ foggy/ cloudy/ wind/ mist/ dew/ hail  

May I open the window?

You’d better put on a jacket.

Take an umbrella.

 

 Det är varmt idag.

Det är varm här inne.

Det är kallt.

Jag är kall/varm.

Hur varmt är det idag?

Det är 35 grader.

Hur är vädret?

Det är soligt och torrt.

Det är kallt och regnigt.

Det regnar.

Solen skiner/det är en vacker dag.

Regnigt/stormigt/soligt/blåsigt/dimmigt/molningt/blås (vind)/dimma/dagg/hagel

Kan jag öppna fönstret?

Det är nog bäst att du sätter på dig en jacka.

Ta ett paraply.

 

C.     MONEY and SHOPPING

 PENGAR och SHOPPING

I’d like to change some money. 

What is the exchange rate?

Where can I find a bank around here?

Can I pay in euro/ in cash/ by credit card?

 

Do you have any ID?

May I see your passport?

Would you sign here please?

Can I have ...?

How much is it?

It’s ... (ten euro).

How much are these jeans?

Anything else? 

No, thank you.That’s all. 

Do you have something cheaper?

I want a bigger/ smaller/ longer/shorter ... 

I’ll take this one. 

Can I try it on?

 

 

Jag skulle vilja växla lite pengar.

Vad är växelkursen?

Var kan jag hitta en bank häromkring?

Kan jag betala i Euro/ i kontanter/ med kort?

 

Har du ID-kort?

Kan jag få se ditt pass?

Kan du skriva under här?

Skulle jag kunna få…?

Hur mycket blir det/vad kostar det?

Det blir… (tio Euro).

Hur mycket kostar de här jeansen?

Något annat?

Nej, tack. Det är bra.

Har du något billigare?

Jag vill ha en större/mindre/längre/kortare…

Jag tar denna.

Kan jag få prova den?

 

 

D.      ENTERTAINMENT

 UNDERHÅLLNING

1.BAR/PUB/DISCO

 

Would you like to have dinner/lunch with me?

Would you come to the pub with me?

Are you free this evening? 

Can I invite you for a meal?

I’d like to go to a club/ restaurant/ cinema/ pub/ disco.

 

A table for two, please.  

We have reserved a table for three. My name is ...

 

May I sit here?

 

Could I have a beer?   

Would you like ice?  

Do you want a hamburger? 

Would you like something to drink/to eat? 

May I have …?

May I have a coffee/ juice/ tea/ sandwich?

I’d like to order…

I’d like something to drink. 

I’ll just have a snack.

 

I’ll have apple pie for dessert.  

One more, please.

That’s enough.

How much is it?

How can I pay?/national currency

 

Can I have the menu, please?

The wine list, please.

What do you recommend?   

Is this a hot or cold dish? 

Do you have any regional specialities?

 

We didn’t order that. 

The fish isn’t fresh.

The meat isn’t cooked well.

This soup is cold/too salty.

This is broken/not clean/.

The food was excellent.

Everything was perfect.

That was a wonderful meal. 

We will come again.

 

Can I have the bill, please? 

Could I have a receipt?  

I think there’s a mistake in the bill.

 

2. CINEMA and THEATRE

 

What’s on at the cinema/theatre?   

Can I have a programme please?  

Where can  I get tickets? 

How much does a ticket cost?

I’d like a ticket, please.

Do you have any tickets for tomorrow’s show?   

Can you recommend a good film/

play ?  

When does it start?  

We are going to the theatre at 7.30/ at the weekend/ on Saturday/ on Sunday.

 

1.       BAR/PUB/DISKO

 

 

Skulle du vilja ha middag/lunch med mig?

Vill du gå till puben med mig?

Är du ledig ikväll?

Kan jag bjuda dig på mat?

Jag skulle vilja gå till en klubb/restaurang/bion/puben/diskot

 

Bord för två, tack.

Vi har reserverad ett bord för tre. Jag heter …

 

Kan jag sitta här?

 

Kan jag få en öl?

Vill du ha is?

Vill du ha en hamburgare?

Vill du ha något att äta/dricka?

Kan jag få…?

Kan jag få en kaffe/juice/te/smörgås?

Jag skulle vilja beställa…

Jag vill ha något att dricka.

Jag vill bara ha en munsbit/något lättare/ett mellanmål

Jag vill ha äppelpaj som efterrätt.

En till, tack.

Det räcker.

Hur mycket blir det/Vad kostar det?

Hur kan jag betala? Svenska kronor.

 

Kan jag få menyn, tack?

Vinlistan, tack.

Vad skulle du rekommendera?

Är det en varm- eller kallrätt.

Har ni några lokala specialiteter?

 

Vi beställde inte det där.

Fisken är inte färsk.

Köttet är inte tillagat ordentligt/inte bra lagat.

Soppan är kall/för salt.

Det här är sönder/inte rent.

Maten var utsökt.

Allt var perfekt.

Det var en underbar måltid.

Vi kommer tillbaka.

 

Kan jag få notan,,tack?

Kan jag få kvittot?

Jag tror att det är ett misstag i notan.

 

 

2.      TEATER OCH BIO

 

Vad är på bio?

Kan jag få programmet?

Var kan jag hämta biljetterna?

Hur mycket kostar en biljett?

Jag skulle vilja ha en biljett tack?

Har du några biljetter för imorgon?

Kan du rekommendera en bra film/pjäs?

 

När börjar den?

Vi ska till teatern vid 19.30 (halvåtta)/i helgen/ på lördag/på söndag

 

DENMARK
 

WORKPLACE

VOCABULARY

 

Kitchen                 

Restaurant                           

Hotel

Facilities

Resources/equipment

 

HOTEL STAFF

General manager               

Receptionist

Housekeeper

Porter

 

RESTAURANT STAFF

Manager

Head waiter

Waiter/waitress

Barman

 

KITCHEN STAFF

Head chef

Sous chef / second chef

Chef de partie / section chef

 

Køkken

Restaurant

Hotel

Tilbud

Ressourcer / udstyr

 

HOTELANSATTE

Hoteldirektør

Receptionist

Oldfrue

Portør

 

RESTAURANTANSATTE

Restaurantchef

Overtjener

Tjener

Bartender

 

KØKKENANSATTE

Køkkenchef

Souschef

Sektionschef

USEFUL PHRASES

 

Good morning/afternoon/evening

Hello

Goodbye

Yes, please.  No, thank you. You’re welcome.

My name is…

I come from…

Nice to meet you.

 

Welcome to our restaurant

Sorry, I didn’t understand.

Could you speak more slowly, please.

Could you repeat that again, please?

One minute, I’ll call a colleague.

 

Are you ready to order?

Can I help you?

Would you like an aperitif/a drink/some wine /red or white or rosé?

Would you care for some water?  Still or sparkling water?

 

Enjoy your meal.

Would you like anything else?

Is everything to your satisfaction?

 

Godmorgen/Goddag/Godaften

Hej

Farvel

Ja tak, Nej tak, Velbekomme/selv tak

Mit navn er…..

Jeg kommer fra…

Rart at møde dig

 

Velkommen til vores restaurant

Undskyld, jeg forstår ikke.

Kunne De venligst tale lidt langsommere?

Vil De venligst gentage?

Et øjeblik, jeg kalder på en kollega.

 

Er De parat til at bestille?

Kan jeg hjælpe?

Ønsker De en aperitif / en drink /et glas vin / rød hvid eller rosé?

Ønsker De vand?  Med eller uden brus?

 

 

God appetit.

Ønsker De andet?

Er alt som det skal være?

IN THE KITCHEN

 

Chef, order!

Be careful, that plate is hot.

 

Starter

Soup

Main course

Dessert

Salad

Side orders

Cheese

 

Coffee, espresso, cappucino

Wine glass /red/white

Water glass

Champagne flute

 

Fork

Fish fork

Knife

Fish knife

Plate

Soupspoon

Tablespoon

Side plate

Saucer

Teacup

Salt and pepper

Napkin

Tablecloth

 

Butter

Bread

Mint sauce

Mustard

Vinegar

Oil

Horseradish

Accompaniments

 

Chef, en bestilling!

Pas på! Tallerknen er varm.

 

Forret

Suppe

Hovedret

Dessert

Salat

Tilbehør

Ost

 

Kaffe, espresso, cappucino

Vin glas / rød / hvid

 Vandglas

Champagneglas

 

Gaffel

Fiskegaffel

Kniv

Fiskekniv

Tallerken

Suppeske

Teske

Sidetallerken

Sauce

Tekop

Salt og pebber

Serviet

Borddug

 

Smør

Brød

Myntesauce

Sennep

Vineddike

Olie

Radiser

Tilbehør

 

AT THE RECEPTION

 

Would you like a room ensuite

                          a double, single, family room?

All our rooms are ensuite.

Do you have a reservation?

Can I take an imprint of your credit card?

I’m afraid, we are fully booked.

How many nights are you staying?

Breakfast is from 7 to 9.30 a.m.

Do you need help with your luggage?

Have you stayed with us before?

Do you want a wakeup call?

 

Yes, of course…

Certainly, Sir/Madam.

There is an internet access in the lobby.

Have a nice day.

 

COMPLAINTS

I’m very sorry to hear that. I will call my colleague/the manager.

 

Here’s your bill.

How would you like to pay- cash/credit card

 

I will print out your bill

 

 

Ønsker De et værelse med bad,

                   et dobbeltværelse, enkelt, familieværelse?

Alle værelser er med bad

Har De reserveret?

Kan jeg låne Deres kreditkort?

Jeg beklager, men vi er fuldt optaget.

Hvor mange nætter ønsker De?

Forkost er fra 7 til 9.30.

Skal De have hjælp med bagagen?

Har De tidligere boet her?

Ønsker De at blive vækket?

 

Ja, selvfølgelig….

Selvfølgelig, Hr / Frue

Der er Netadgang i lobbyen.

Hav en god dag.

 

KLAGER

Det er jeg ked af at høre. Nu skal jeg kalde på min kollega / manager.

 

Her er Deres regning.

Hvordan ønske De at betale – kontant / kredit kort

 

Nu skal jeg trykke Deres regning.

TRAVEL

VOCABULARY

 

Turn

Sign

Shuttle

Exact

Fare

Connection

Opposite

Queue

Bus stop

 

Safe

Delay

Cheap

Direct

Hire

Traffic

 

Luggage

Bags

Boot

Drive

 

Left

Right

Straight ahead

In front of

Behind

Beside

 

Square

Traffic lights

Motorway

Platform

 

Ticket

Bikepath

Main station

One-way/single ticket

Return ticket

 

Traffic jam

Underground

Suburban train

Zebra crossing

Flight

Corner

Airport

Baggage reclaim

Conveyer belt

 

Declare

Exit

Entry

Timetable

First / second class

 

Passport

Identity card

Season ticket

On foot

By plane, by taxi

 

 Drej

Skilt

Pendler

Præcist

Billetpris

Forbindelse

Modsat

Busstop

 

Boks

Forsinkelse

Billigt

Direkte

Leje

Trafik

 

Bagage

Kufferter/tasker

Bagagerum

Kør

 

Venstre

Højre

Lige ud

Foran

Bagved

Ved siden af

 

Torv

Trafiklys

Motorvej

Perron

 

Billet

Cykelsti

Hovedbanegård

Enkelt- / dobbeltbillet

Returbillet

 

Trafikprop

S-tog / Metro

Pendlertog / lokaltog

Fodgængerovergang

Fly

Hjørnet

Lufthavn

Bagage udlevering

Bagagebånd

 

Deklarere

Udgang

Indgang

Køreplan

Første- / anden klasse

 

Pas

ID-kort

Klippekort

Til fods

Med fly, med taxa

USEFUL PHRASES

 

Excuse me, can you help me please?

Where do I get ... ?

Wat is the exact fare?

How much will it cost?

 

When does the next bus leave for…

When does it get to… ?

Do I change busses?

Please give me a one way ticket.

Here is your change.

How long will a journey take?

I’m lost.

 

How do I get to the station?

I’d like to buy a ticket to ...

How much is it?

Which platform does the train leave from?

Could you please print out the connections?

Do I have to change?

 

Cross the street.

Where is the lost luggage desk?

Where can I change money?

Excuse me, what time is it?

Where can I buy a ticket?

 

Thank you very much for your help

You are welcome.

Do I have to reserve a seat?

How can I get there?

 

Undskyld, kan De hjælpe mig?

Hvor kan jeg få….?

Hvad bliver det?

Hvad koster det?

 

Hvornår kører bussen til…?

Hvornår kommer bussen til…?

Skal jeg skifte bus?

En enkeltbillet, tak.

Her er penge tilbage.

Hvor lang tid vil rejsen tage?

Jeg er faret vild.

 

Hvordan når jeg til stationen?

Jeg vil gerne have en billet til….

Hvad koster den?

Fra hvilken perron går toget?

Kan De venligst trykke forbindelserne?

Skal jeg skifte?

 

Kryds gaden.

Hvor er mistet bagage disken?

Hvor kan jeg veksle penge?

Undskyld, hvad er klokken?

Hvor kan jeg købe en billet?

 

Mange tak for hjælpen.

Selv tak / velbekomme

Skal jeg reservere et sæde?

Hvordan kommer jeg dertil?

 

 

SOCIALISING

A.    USEFUL VOCABULARY-BASICS

 

1.  GREETINGS

 

Good morning/afternoon/evening!

Hello!

Hi!

Nice to see you.

How are you today?

I am fine/well. And you?

Goodbye./ Bye.

Good night!

See you.

See you soon/ tonight/ tomorrow.

Sleep well.

 

2.  SELF INTRODUCTIONS

 

My name is ...

What’s your name?

I am…… years old.

How old are you?

I come from ...

Where are you from? 

I work/study in …

Where do you live?

I can speak English.

I am interested in ...

Are you interested in any sports ?     

What sports do you do?     

football

Match/basketball/volleyball/handball/

swimming/diving

I have one brother/ two sisters ...

My mother/ father is ...

I’m single.

Are you married?

I like .../ I don’t like ...

Do you like ...?

Do you have any hobbies?

I like painting/ reading/ music/ travelling/sport/ fishing/walking.

 

3.   INTRODUCING OTHER PEOPLE

 

 

This is my friend/ teacher …

Nice to meet you.

How do you do?

My host is ….

My teacher is …

Who’s that? 

How long are you staying here?

We are leaving tomorrow. 

Where are you staying? 

In a hotel.   

 

4.   POLITE WORDS

 

Thank you./Thank you very much./

Thanks for all.

You’re welcome.

That’s OK.

Please

Yes, please./No, thank you.

Excuse me, ...

I’m sorry.

I’m afraid, ...

Not at all./ Never mind.

Have fun!

Have a good trip/ nice flight.

Good luck!

Best wishes!

All the best!

Happy birthday!  

Congratulations!  

 

5.  SUGGESTIONS

 

Shall we go out together this evening?   

Why don’t we meet at Blue cafe tonight?

Let’s meet at 9.00.

Why not drink something?

Shall we dance? 

Good idea.

Good/ Great!

Yes, of course.

I agree.              

Me too.   

That’s not a good   idea.    

No, thank you.

I’m sorry I can’t.

I don’t have time. 

Maybe later.

Could I ask you something? 

Can you help me please?  

Just a moment!

Wait for me.     

I’d like ...  

 

6.   FEELINGS

 

How do you feel?

I’m happy.

I feel good/ OK.

I don’t feel well.

I’m ill. 

I’m bored/ tired.

Are you hungry/ thirsty?

I’m having a great time here.

That’s fantastic/ great/ terrible/ awful. 

What a pity.

Well done.    

Not bad.  

I’m not sure.  

I understand/ I see.

I hope so.

 

1.      HILSNER

 

Godmorgen / goddag / godaften

Hej!

Hej!

Rart at se dig.

Hvordan har du det?

Tak, godt. Og hvad med dig?

Farvel / Hej

Godnat

Vi ses

Vi ses snart / i aften / i morgen

Sov godt.

 

INTRODUKTION

 

Mit navn er…

Hvad er dit navn?

Jeg er … år gammel

Hvor gammel er du?

Jeg kommer fra…

Hvor er du fra?

Jeg arbejder / læser i…

Hvor bor du?

Jeg kan tale engelsk.

Jeg er interesseret i …

Er du interesseret i sport?

Hvilken sport dyrker du?

Fodbold

Match / basketball / volleyball / håndbold

Svømning / dykning

Jeg har en bror og to søstre..

Min mor / far er…

Jeg er alene.

Er du gift?

I kan lide…/ jeg kan ikke lide…

Kan du lide…

Har du en hobby

Jeg kan lide at male / al læse / musik / at rejse / sport

At Fiske / gå

 

3. INTRODUCERE ANDRE MENNESKER

 

Det er min ven / lærer…

Rart at møde dig / Dem.

Hvordan har du det?

Min vært er…

Min lærer er….

Hvem er det?

Hvor lang tid opholder du dig her?

We rejser i morgen.

Hvor bor du?

På et hotel.

 

4. HØFLIGHEDSFRASER

 

Tak / mange tak / tusind tak

Tak for alt.

Selvtak / velbekomme.

Det er I orden. / Det er ok.

Vær så venlig.

Ja tak / nej tak

Undskyld mig

Undskyld.

Jeg er bange for…

Ingen årsag / Gør ikke spor.

Hav det sjovt.

Hav en god rejse

Held og lykke!

Bedste ønsker!

Alt godt!

Tillykke med fødselsdagen

Tillykke.

 

5. Forslag

 

Skal vi gå ud sammen I aften?

Skulle vi ikke mødes på Den Blå Cafe i aften?

Lad os mødes kl 19.

Skulle vi ikke få noget at drikke?

Skal vi danse?

God ide.

Godt / Fint!

Ja selvfølgeligt

Jeg er enig.

Også jeg.

Det er ikke en god ide.

Nej tak.

Jeg er ked af det, men jeg kan ikke.

Jeg har ikke tid.

Måske senere.

Må jeg spørge dig om noget?

Kan du hjælpe mig?

Et øjeblik.

Vent på mig.

Jeg ville gerne….

 

6. FØLELSER.

 

Hvordan har du det?

Jeg er glad.

Jeg har det godt / ok.

Jeg har det ikke godt.

Jeg er dårlig.

Jeg keder mig / jeg er træt

Er du sulten / tørstig?

Jeg har det fedt her1

Det er fantastisk / fedt / forfærdeligt / dårligt.

Sikke en skam.

Fint.

Ikke dårligt.

Jeg er ikke sikker.

Jeg forstår / jeg er med.

Det håber jeg.

.

B.      WEATHER

 

It is hot today.

It is warm  in here.

It is cold.

I’m cold/ hot.

What’s the temperature today?  

It’s 35 degrees.

What is the weather like? 

It’s sunny and dry.

It’s cold and cloudy.

It’s raining.

The sun is shining. It’s a beautiful day.

rainy/ stormy/ sunny/ windy/ foggy/ cloudy/ wind/ mist/ dew/ hail  

May I open the window?

You’d better put on a jacket.

Take an umbrella.

 

Det er varmt I dag.

Der er varmt herinde.

Det er koldt.

Jeg er kold / varm.

Hvad er temperaturen i dag.

Det er 35 grader.

Hvordan er vejret?

Det er solskin og tørt.

Det er koldt og skyet.

Det regner.

Solen skinner. Det er en smuk dag.

regnfuld / stormfulde / solrig / blæsende / tåget / overskyet / vind / tåge / dug / hagl

Må jeg åbne vinduet?

Du bør tage en jakke på.

Tag en paraply

C.     MONEY and SHOPPING

 

I’d like to change some money. 

What is the exchange rate?

Where can I find a bank around here?

Can I pay in euro/ in cash/ by credit card?

 

Do you have any ID?

May I see your passport?

Would you sign here please?

Can I have ...?

How much is it?

It’s ... (ten euro).

How much are these jeans?

Anything else? 

No, thank you.That’s all. 

Do you have something cheaper?

I want a bigger/ smaller/ longer shorter one. 

I’ll take this one. 

Can I try it on?

 

 

Jeg vil gerne veksle nogle penge.

Hvad er vekslekursen?

Hvor kan jeg finde en bank i nærheden?

Kan jeg betale i euro/kontant/med kreditkort?

 

Har du nogen legitimation?

Må jeg se dit pas?

Vil du venligst skrive under her?

Må jeg bede om….?

Hvor meget er det?

Det er…(ti euro).

Hvad koster disse bukser?

Ellers andet?

Nej tak. Det er alt.

Har du noget billigere.

Jeg ønsker en større/mindre/længere/kortere…

Jeg kan lide den her.

Må jeg prøve den?

D.      ENTERTAINMENT

 

1.BAR/PUB/DISCO

 

Would you like to have dinner/lunch with me?

Would you come to the pub with me?

Are you free this evening? 

Can I invite you for a meal?

I’d like to go to a club/ restaurant/ cinema/ pub/ disco.

 

A table for two, please.  

We have reserved a table for three. My name is ...

 

May I sit here?

 

Could I have a beer?   

Would you like ice?  

Do you want a hamburger? 

Would you like something to drink/to eat? 

May I have …?

May I have a coffee/ juice/ tea/ sandwich?

I’d like to order…

I’d like something to drink. 

I’ll just have a snack.

I’ll have apple pie for dessert.  

One more, please.

That’s enough.

How much is it?

How can I pay?/national currency

 

Can I have the menu, please?

The wine list, please.

What do you recommend?   

Is this a hot or cold dish? 

Do you have any regional specialities?

 

We didn’t order that. 

The fish isn’t fresh.

The meat isn’t cooked well.

This soup is cold/too salty.

This is broken/not clean/.

The food was excellent.

Everything was perfect.

That was a wonderful meal. 

We will come again.

 

Can I have the bill, please? 

Could I have a receipt?  

I think there’s a mistake in the bill.

 

2. CINEMA and THEATRE

 

What’s on at the cinema/theatre?   

Can I have a programme please?  

Where can  I get tickets? 

How much does a ticket cost?

I’d like a ticket, please.

Do you have any tickets for tomorrow’s show?   

Can you recommend a good film/

play ?  

When does it start?  

We are going to the theatre at 7.30/ at the weekend/ on Saturday/ on Sunday.

 

1.      BAR / PUB / DISKO

 

 

Vil du spise frokost / aftensmad med mig?

Vil du med mig på pub?

Er du ledig i aften?

Kan jeg invitere dig ud og spise?

Jeg vil gerne på klub / restaurant / biograf / pub / disco

 

Et bord til to, tak.

We har reserveret et bord til tre. Mit navn er….

 

Kan jeg sidde her?

 

Må jeg bede om en øl?

Vil du have en is?

Vil du have en burger?

Vil du have noget at drikke / spise?

Må jeg bede om…?

Jeg vil gerne have kaffe / juive / te / sandwich

Jeg vil gerne bestille…

Jeg vil gerne bede om noget at drikke.

Jeg skal bare have en snack.

Jeg vil gerne have æbletærte til dessert.

En til, tak.

Tak, det er nok.

Hvor meget koster det?

Hvordan kan jeg betale? / lokal mønt

 

Må jeg bede om menukortet?

Vinkortet, tak.

Hvad vil De / du anbefale?

Er det en kold eller varm ret?

Har De / du en lokal specialitet?

 

Det bestilte vi ikke.

Fiske er ikke frisk.

Kødet er ikke gennemstegt / ordentligt stegt

Suppen er kold / for salt

Den er itu / ikke ren.

Maden var pragtfuld.

Alt var perfekt.

Det var et vidunderligt måltid.

Vi vil komme igen.

 

Må jeg bede om regningen?

Må jeg bede om en kvittering?

Jeg tror der er en fejl i regningen.

 

2.      BIOGRAF og TEATER

 

Hvad spiller i biografen / på teatret?

Må jeg bede om et program?

Hvor kan jeg købe billetter+

Hvad koster en billet?

Jeg vil gerne bede om en billet?

Er der billetter til showet i morgen?

Kan du anbefale en god film / stykke

 

Hvornår starter det?

Vi går i teatret kl. 8.30 / i weekenden / på lørdag / på søndag

 

 

POLAND

 

WORKPLACE

VOCABULARY

SŁOWNICTWO

Kitchen                 

Restaurant                           

Hotel

Facilities

Resources/equipment

 

HOTEL STAFF

General manager               

Receptionist

Housekeeper

Porter

 

RESTAURANT STAFF

Manager

Head waiter

Waiter/waitress

Barman

 

KITCHEN STAFF

Head chef

Sous chef / second chef

Chef de partie / section chef

 

Kuchnia

Restauracja

Hotel

Udogodnienia

Zasoby/ wyposażenie

 

PRACOWNICY HOTELU

Dyrektor naczelny

Recepcjonista

Sprzątaczka

Portier

 

PRACOWNICY RESTAURACJI

Kierownik

Kelner główny

Kelner/ kelnerka

Barman

 

PRACOWNICY KUCHNI

Szef kuchni

Drugi szef kuchni

Kucharz działu

 

USEFUL PHRASES

UŻYTECZNE WYRAŻENIA

Good morning/afternoon/evening

Hello

Goodbye

Yes, please.  No, thank you. You’re welcome.

My name is…

I come from…

Nice to meet you.

 

Welcome to our restaurant

Sorry, I didn’t understand.

Could you speak more slowly, please.

Could you repeat that again, please?

One minute, I’ll call a colleague.

 

Are you ready to order?

Can I help you?

Would you like an aperitif/a drink/some wine /red or white or rosé?

Would you care for some water?  Still or sparkling water?

 

Enjoy your meal.

Would you like anything else?

Is everything to your satisfaction?

 

Dzień dobry/ Dobry wieczór.

Witam.

Do widzenia.

Tak, poproszę. Nie, dziękuję. Proszę bardzo.

Nazywam się ...

Jestem z ...

Miło mi cię poznać.

 

Witamy w naszej restauracji.

Przepraszam, nie zrozumiałem.

Czy mógłbyś wolniej mówić?

Czy możesz to powtórzyć?

Chwileczkę, zawołam kolegę.

 

Czy chce pan złożyć zamówienie?

Czym mogę służyć?

Czy chce pan aperitif/ drinka/ wino/ czerwone, białe czy różowe?

Czy chciałby pan wodę? Niegazowaną czy gazowaną?

 

Smacznego.

Czy coś jeszcze?

Czy wszystko w porządku?

 

IN THE KITCHEN

W KUCHNI

Chef, order!

Be careful, that plate is hot.

 

Starter

Soup

Main course

Dessert

Salad

Side orders

Cheese

 

Coffee, espresso, cappucino

Wine glass /red/white

Water glass

Champagne flute

 

Fork

Fish fork

Knife

Fish knife

Plate

Soupspoon

Tablespoon

Side plate

Saucer

Teacup

Salt and pepper

Napkin

Tablecloth

 

Butter

Bread

Mint sauce

Mustard

Vinegar

Oil

Horseradish

Accompaniments

 

Zamówienie!

Uważaj, talerz jest gorący.

 

Starter

Zupa

Danie główne

Deser

Sałatka/ surówka

Dodatki

Ser

 

Kawa, kawa ekspresowa, cappucino

Kieliszek do wina/ czerwone/ białe

Szklanka do wody

Kieliszek do szampana

 

Widelec

Widelec do ryby

Nóż

Nóż do ryby

Talerz

Łyżka do zupy

Łyżka stołowa

Talerzyk na pieczywo

Podstawka

Filiżanka do herbaty

Sól i pieprz

Serwetka

Obrus

 

Masło

Chleb

Sos miętowy

Musztarda

Ocet

Olej

Rzodkiewka

Dodatki/ przystawki

 

AT THE RECEPTION

W RECEPCJI

Would you like a room ensuite

                          a double, single, family room?

All our rooms are ensuite.

Do you have a reservation?

Can I take an imprint of your credit card?

I’m afraid, we are fully booked.

How many nights are you staying?

Breakfast is from 7 to 9.30 a.m.

Do you need help with your luggage?

Have you stayed with us before?

Do you want a wakeup call?

 

Yes, of course…

Certainly, Sir/Madam.

There is an internet access in the lobby.

Have a nice day.

 

COMPLAINTS

I’m very sorry to hear that. I will call my colleague/the manager.

 

Here’s your bill.

How would you like to pay- cash/credit card

 

I will print out your bill

 

 

Czy chce pan apartament, pokój dwuosobowy, jednoosobowy, dla rodziny?

Wszystkie pokoje to apartamenty.

Czy ma pan rezerwację?

Czy mogę prosić numer karty kredytowej?

Przykro mi, ale nie ma wolnych pokoi.

Ile dni pan zostaje?

Śniadanie jest od 7 do 9.30.

Czy potrzebuje pan pomocy przy bagażu?

Czy już pan był u nas?

Czy chce pan zamówić budzenie?

 

Tak, oczywiście.

Oczywiście, proszę pana/ proszę pani.

W lobby jest łączność internetowa.

Miłego dnia.

 

SKARGI

Przykro mi bardzo. Zawołam kolegę/ kierownika.

 

 

Oto pański rachunek.

Jak chce pan płacić – gotówką/ kartą kredytową

Wydrukuję pański rachunek.

Mam nadzieję, że pański pobyt był udany.

 

 

TRAVEL

VOCABULARY

SŁOWNICTWO

Turn

Sign

Shuttle

Exact

Fare

Connection

Opposite

Queue

Bus stop

 

Safe

Delay

Cheap

Direct

Hire

Traffic

 

Luggage

Bags

Boot

Drive

 

Left

Right

Straight ahead

In front of

Behind

Beside

 

Square

Traffic lights

Motorway

Platform

 

Ticket

Bikepath

Main station

One-way/single ticket

Return ticket

 

Traffic jam

Underground

Suburban train

Zebra crossing

Flight

Corner

Airport

Baggage reclaim

Conveyer belt

 

Declare

Exit

Entry

Timetable

First / second class

 

Passport

Identity card

Season ticket

On foot

By plane, by taxi

 

Zakręt

Znak

Kurs stały

Dokładny

Opłata

Połączenie

Naprzeciw

Kolejka

Przystanek autobusowy

 

Sejf

Opóźnienie

Tani

Bezpośredni

Wynajem

Ruch uliczny

 

Bagaż

Torby

Bagażnik

Jechać

 

Lewy

Prawy

Prosto przed siebie

Przed

Za

Obok

 

Plac

Sygnalizacja świetlna

Autostrada

Peron

 

Bilet

Ścieżka rowerowa

Dworzec główny

Bilet w jedną stronę

Bilet powrotny

 

Korek uliczny

Metro

Pociąg podmiejski

Zebra

Lot

Róg

Lotnisko

Odbiór bagażu

Pas transmisyjny

 

Deklarować

Wyjście

Wejście

Rozkład jazdy

Pierwsza / druga klasa

 

Paszport

Dowód osobisty

Bilet okresowy

Pieszo

Samolotem, taksówką

USEFUL PHRASES

PRZYDATNE WYRAŻENIA

Excuse me, can you help me please?

Where do I get ... ?

Wat is the exact fare?

How much will it cost?

 

When does the next bus leave for…

When does it get to… ?

Do I change busses?

Please give me a one way ticket.

Here is your change.

How long will a journey take?

I’m lost.

 

How do I get to the station?

I’d like to buy a ticket to ...

How much is it?

Which platform does the train leave from?

Could you please print out the connections?

Do I have to change?

 

Cross the street.

Where is the lost luggage desk?

Where can I change money?

Excuse me, what time is it?

Where can I buy a ticket?

 

Thank you very much for your help

You are welcome.

Do I have to reserve a seat?

How can I get there?

 

Przepraszam, czy mógłbyś mi pomóc?

Gdzie mogę dostać ... ?

Jaka jest dokładna opłata za przejazd?

Ile to będzie kosztować?

 

Kiedy odjeżdża następny pociąg do ... ?

Kiedy przyjeżdża do ... ?

Czy autobus jest z przesiadką?

Poproszę bilet w jedną stronę.

Proszę resztę.

Jak długo będę jechać?

Zgubiłem się.

 

Jak dostać się na dworzec?

Chciałbym kupić bilet do ...

Ile kosztuje?

Z jakiego peronu odjeżdża pociąg?

Czy mógłbyś wydrukować mi połączenia?

Czy trzeba się przesiadać?

 

Przejdź przez ulicę.

Gdzie jest biuro bagażu zagubionego?

Gdzie mogę wymienić pieniądze?

Przepraszam, która godzina?

Gdzie mogę kupić bilet?

 

Bardzo dziękuję za pomoc.

Proszę bardzo.

Czy muszę rezerwować miejsce?

Jak tam trafić?

 

SOCIALISING

A.    USEFUL VOCABULARY-BASICS

A.   WYRAŻENIA PODSTAWOW

1.  GREETINGS

 

Good morning/afternoon/evening!

Hello!

Hi!

Nice to see you.

How are you today?

I am fine/well. And you?

Goodbye./ Bye.

Good night!

See you.

See you soon/ tonight/ tomorrow.

Sleep well.

 

2.  SELF INTRODUCTIONS

 

My name is ...

What’s your name?

I am…… years old.

How old are you?

I come from ...

Where are you from? 

I work/study in …

Where do you live?

I can speak English.

I am interested in ...

Are you interested in any sports ?     

What sports do you do?     

football

Match/basketball/volleyball/handball/

swimming/diving

I have one brother/ two sisters ...

My mother/ father is ...

I’m single.

Are you married?

I like .../ I don’t like ...

Do you like ...?

Do you have any hobbies?

I like painting/ reading/ music/ travelling/sport/ fishing/walking.

 

3.   INTRODUCING OTHER PEOPLE

 

This is my friend/ teacher …

Nice to meet you.

How do you do?

My host is ….

My teacher is …

Who’s that? 

How long are you staying here?

We are leaving tomorrow. 

Where are you staying? 

In a hotel.   

 

4.   POLITE WORDS

 

Thank you./Thank you very much./

Thanks for all.

You’re welcome.

That’s OK.

Please

Yes, please./No, thank you.

Excuse me, ...

I’m sorry.

I’m afraid, ...

Not at all./ Never mind.

Have fun!

Have a good trip/ nice flight.

Good luck!

Best wishes!

All the best!

Happy birthday!  

Congratulations!  

 

5.  SUGGESTIONS

 

Shall we go out together this evening?   

Why don’t we meet at Blue cafe tonight?

Let’s meet at 9.00.

Why not drink something?

Shall we dance? 

Good idea.

Good/ Great!

Yes, of course.

I agree.              

Me too.   

That’s not a good   idea.    

No, thank you.

I’m sorry I can’t.

I don’t have time. 

Maybe later.

Could I ask you something? 

Can you help me please?  

Just a moment!

Wait for me.     

I’d like ...  

 

6.   FEELINGS

 

How do you feel?

I’m happy.

I feel good/ OK.

I don’t feel well.

I’m ill. 

I’m bored/ tired.

Are you hungry/ thirsty?

I’m having a great time here.

That’s fantastic/ great/ terrible/ awful. 

What a pity.

Well done.    

Not bad.  

I’m not sure.  

I understand/ I see.

I hope so.

 

1.   POWITANIA

 

Dzień dobry/Dobry wieczór!

Witam!

Cześć!

Dobrze, że cię widzę.

Jak się dziś masz?

Świetnie/Dobrze. A ty?

Do widzenia./Cześć.

Dobranoc!

Do zobaczenia.

Zobaczymy się niedługo./Do wieczora./Do jutra.

Miłych snów.

 

2.   PRZEDSTAWIANIE SIĘ

 

Nazywam się ...

Jak się nazywasz?

Mam ... lat.

Ile masz lat?

Jestem z ...

Skąd jesteś?

Pracuję/Uczę się w ...

Gdzie mieszkasz?

Mówię po angielsku.

Interesuję się ...

Interesujesz się sportem?

Jaki sport uprawiasz?

Piłka nożna

Mecz/ koszykówka/siatkówka/piłka ręczna/pływanie/nurkowanie

Mam jednego brata/ dwie siostry ...

Moja mama/ Mój tata jest ...

Nie jestem zamężna/ żonaty.

Czy masz męża/ żonę?

Lubię .../ Nie lubię ...

Czy lubisz ...?

Czy masz jakieś hobby?

Lubię malować/ czytać/ muzykę/ podróże/ sport/ wędkarstwo/ spacery.

 

3.   PRZEDSTAWIANIE INNYCH

 

To jest mój przyjaciel/ nauczyciel ...

Miło mi cię poznać.

Miło mi.

Mój gospodarz to ...

Mój nauczyciel to ...

Kto to?

Jak długo tu będziesz?

Jutro wyjeżdżamy.

Gdzie mieszkasz?

W hotelu.

 

4.   UPRZEJMOŚĆ

 

Dziękuję./ Dziękuję bardzo.

Dzięki za wszystko.

Proszę bardzo.

W porządku.

Proszę.

Tak, poproszę./ Nie, dziękuję.

Przepraszam bardzo, ...

Przepraszam.

Niestety ...

To nic./ Nic takiego.

Dobrej zabawy!

Szczęśliwej podróży/ miłego lotu.

Powodzenia!

Najlepsze życzenia!

Wszystkiego najlepszego!

Wszystkiego najlepszego z okazji urodzin!

Gratulacje!

 

5.PROPONOWANIE

 

Wyjdziemy razem wieczorem?

Spotkamy się wieczorem w kawiarni Blue?

Spotkajmy się o 9.00.

Może coś wypijemy?

Zatańczymy?

Dobry pomysł.

Dobrze/ Wspaniale!

Tak, oczywiście.

Zgoda.

Ja też.

To nie jest dobry pomysł.

Dziękuję, nie.

Przepraszam, ale nie mogę.

Nie mam czasu.

Może później.

Czy mogę cię o coś zapytać?

Czy możesz mi pomóc?

Chwileczkę!

Zaczekaj na mnie.

Chciałbym ...

 

6.   UCZUCIA

 

Jak się czujesz?

Jestem szczęśliwy.

Czuję się dobrze/ OK.

Nie czuję się dobrze.

Jestem chory.

Jestem znudzony/ zmęczony.

Jesteś głodny/ Chce ci się pić?

Świetnie się tu bawię.

To fantastycznie/ wspaniale/ okropnie.

Jaka szkoda.

Dobrze.

Nieźle.

Nie jestem pewien.

Rozumiem.

Mam nadzieję.

 

B.      WEATHER

B.      WEATHER

It is hot today.

It is warm  in here.

It is cold.

I’m cold/ hot.

What’s the temperature today?  

It’s 35 degrees.

What is the weather like? 

It’s sunny and dry.

It’s cold and cloudy.

It’s raining.

The sun is shining. It’s a beautiful day.

rainy/ stormy/ sunny/ windy/ foggy/ cloudy/ wind/ mist/ dew/ hail  

May I open the window?

You’d better put on a jacket.

Take an umbrella.

 

Dziś jest gorąco.

Ciepło tutaj.

Jest zimno.

Jest mi zimno/ ciepło.

Jaka dziś temperatura?

Jest 35 stopni.

Jaka jest pogoda?

Jest słonecznie i nie pada.

Jest zimno i pochmurnie.

Pada deszcz.

Świeci słońce. Piękny dzień.

Deszczowo/ burza/ słonecznie/ wiatr/ mgła/ pochmurnie/ wiatr/ mgła/ rosa/ grad

Czy mogę otworzyć okno?

Lepiej nałóż kurtkę.

Weź parasol.

 

C.     MONEY and SHOPPING

C. PIENIĄDZE I ZAKUPY

I’d like to change some money. 

What is the exchange rate?

Where can I find a bank around here?

Can I pay in euro/ in cash/ by credit card?

 

Do you have any ID?

May I see your passport?

Would you sign here please?

Can I have ...?

How much is it?

It’s ... (ten euro).

How much are these jeans?

Anything else? 

No, thank you.That’s all. 

Do you have something cheaper?

I want a bigger/ smaller/ longer shorter one. 

I’ll take this one. 

Can I try it on?

 

 

Chciałbym wymienić pieniądze.

Jaki jest kurs wymiany?

Gdzie w okolicy znajdę bank?

Czy mogę płacić w euro/ gotówką/ kartą kredytową?

Czy masz jkiś dokument tożsamości?

Mogę zobaczyć twój dowód/ paszport?

Proszę się podpisać tutaj.

Czy mogę prosić ...?

Ile to kosztuje?

To kosztuje ... (dziesięć euro).

Ile kosztują te dżinsy?

Coś jeszcze?

Nie, dziękuję. To wszystko.

Czy masz coś tańszego?

Chcę większy/ mniejszy/ dłuższy/ krótszy.

Wezmę ten.

Czy mogę przymierzyć?

 

 

D.      ENTERTAINMENT

D.      ROZRYWKA 

1.BAR/PUB/DISCO

 

Would you like to have dinner/lunch with me?

Would you come to the pub with me?

Are you free this evening? 

Can I invite you for a meal?

I’d like to go to a club/ restaurant/ cinema/ pub/ disco.

 

A table for two, please.  

We have reserved a table for three. My name is ...

 

May I sit here?

 

Could I have a beer?   

Would you like ice?  

Do you want a hamburger? 

Would you like something to drink/to eat? 

May I have …?

May I have a coffee/ juice/ tea/ sandwich?

I’d like to order…

I’d like something to drink. 

I’ll just have a snack.

I’ll have apple pie for dessert.  

One more, please.

That’s enough.

How much is it?

How can I pay?/national currency

 

Can I have the menu, please?

The wine list, please.

What do you recommend?   

Is this a hot or cold dish? 

Do you have any regional specialities?

 

We didn’t order that. 

The fish isn’t fresh.

The meat isn’t cooked well.

This soup is cold/too salty.

This is broken/not clean/.

The food was excellent.

Everything was perfect.

That was a wonderful meal. 

We will come again.

 

Can I have the bill, please? 

Could I have a receipt?  

I think there’s a mistake in the bill.

 

2. CINEMA and THEATRE

 

What’s on at the cinema/theatre?   

Can I have a programme please?  

Where can  I get tickets? 

How much does a ticket cost?

I’d like a ticket, please.

Do you have any tickets for tomorrow’s show?   

Can you recommend a good film/

play ?  

When does it start?  

We are going to the theatre at 7.30/ at the weekend/ on Saturday/ on Sunday.

 

1.BAR/PUB/DYSKOTEKA

 

Chcesz zjeść ze mną kolację/obiad?

Pójdziesz ze mną do pubu?

Jesteś wolny dziś wieczorem?

Mogę cię zaprosić na obiad/ kolację?

Chciałbym pójść do klubu/ restauracji/ kina/ pubu/ dyskoteki.

 

Stolik na dwie osoby.

Zarezerwowaliśmy stolik na trzy osoby. Nazywam się ...

Czy mogę tu usiąść?

 

Mogę prosić piwo?

Chcesz lód?

Chcesz hamburgera?

Chcesz coś wypić/ zjeść?

Czy mogę prosić ...?

Mogę prosić o kawę/ sok/ herbatę/ kanapkę?

Chcę zamówić ...

Chciałbym coś wypić.

Wezmę tylko przekąskę.

Zjem na deser szarlotkę.

Proszę o jeszcze jeden.

To wystarczy.

Ile to kosztuje?

Jak mogę zapłacić?/ złoty

 

Mogę prosić o menu?

Proszę o kartę win.

Co pan poleca?

Czy to danie na gorąco czy na zimno?

Ma pan jakieś dania regionalne?

 

Nie zamawialiśmy tego.

Ta ryba nie jest świeża.

To mięso jest zbyt surowe.

Ta zupa jest zimna/ za słona.

To jest pęknięte/ nie jest czyste.

Jedzenie było wspaniałe.

Wszystko było wyśmienite.

To był świetny posiłek.

Przyjdziemy tu znowu.

 

Czy mogę prosić o rachunek?

Czy mogę prosić o paragon?

Myślę, że w rachunku jest błąd.

 

2.KINO I TEATR

 

Co jest grane w kinie? W teatrze?

Mogę prosić o program?

Gdzie mogę kupić bilety?

Ile kosztuje bilet?

Poproszę bilet.

Czy ma pan bilety na przedstawienie na jutro?

Czy może pan polecić jakiś dobry film/ jakąś dobrą sztukę?

Kiedy się zaczyna?

Idziemy do teatru na 7.30/ w weekend/ w sobotę/ w niedzielę.

 

 

GERMANY

 

WORKPLACE

VOCABULARY

 Wörter

Kitchen                 

Restaurant                           

Hotel

Facilities

Resources/equipment

 

HOTEL STAFF

General manager               

Receptionist

Housekeeper

Porter

 

RESTAURANT STAFF

Manager

Head waiter

Waiter/waitress

Barman

 

KITCHEN STAFF

Head chef

Sous chef / second chef

Chef de partie / section chef

 

Küche

Restaurant

Hotel

Ausstattung/Einrichtung

Ausrüstung/Mittel

 

Hotelmitarbeiter

Hoteldirektor

Empfangsangestellte

Hausdame

Portier/Hausdiener

 

Servicebrigade

Restaurantleiter

Oberkellner

Kellner/Kellnerin

Barmitarbeiter/-in

 

Küchenbrigade

Küchenchef

Stellvertretender Küchenchef

Postenchef/Stationskoch

 

USEFUL PHRASES

 Nützliche Redewendungen

Good morning/afternoon/evening

Hello

Goodbye

Yes, please.  No, thank you. You’re welcome.

My name is…

I come from…

Nice to meet you.

 

Welcome to our restaurant

Sorry, I didn’t understand.

Could you speak more slowly, please.

Could you repeat that again, please?

One minute, I’ll call a colleague.

 

Are you ready to order?

Can I help you?

Would you like an aperitif/a drink/some wine /red or white or rosé?

Would you care for some water?  Still or sparkling water?

 

Enjoy your meal.

Would you like anything else?

Is everything to your satisfaction?

 

Guten Morgen/Guten Tag/Guten Abend

Hallo

Auf Wiedersehen

Ja, gerne. Nein danke. Gern geschehen

Ich heiße …

Ich komme aus …

Schoen, Sie kennenzulernen.

 

Herzlich Willkommen in unserem Restaurant.

Entschuldigung, das habe ich nicht verstanden.

Bitte sprechen Sie etwas langsamer.

Könnten Si e das bitte wiederholen?

Ein Moment bitte, ich hole einen Kollegen/eine Kollegin

Möchten Sie bestellen?

Darf ich Ihnen helfen?

Möchten Sie einen Aperitif/einen Drink/Rotwein oder Weißwein oder Rosé?

Hätten Sie gern ein Wasser? Stilles Wasser oder mit Kohlensäure?

 

Guten Appetit.

Möchten Sie sonst noch etwas?

Ist alles in Ordnung?/Sind Sie zufrieden?

 

IN THE KITCHEN

 In der Küche

Chef, order!

Be careful, that plate is hot.

 

Starter

Soup

Main course

Dessert

Salad

Side orders

Cheese

 

Coffee, espresso, cappucino

Wine glass /red/white

Water glass

Champagne flute

 

Fork

Fish fork

Knife

Fish knife

Plate

Soupspoon

Tablespoon

Side plate

Saucer

Teacup

Salt and pepper

Napkin

Tablecloth

 

Butter

Bread

Mint sauce

Mustard

Vinegar

Oil

Horseradish

Accompaniments

 

Chef, eine neue Bestellung!

Vorsicht, der Teller ist heiss.

 

Vorspeise

Suppe

Hauptgang

Dessert

Salat

Beilagen

Käse

 

Kaffee, Espresso, Cappucino

Weißweinglas/Rotweinglas

Wasserglas

Champagnerflöte

 

Gabel

Fischgabel

Messer

Fischmesser

Teller

Suppenlöffel

Tafellöffel

Beilagenteller

Saucière

Teetasse

Salz und Pfeffer

Serviette

Tischtuch

 

Butter

Brot

Minzsauce

Senf

Essig

Oel

Merrettich

Beilagen

 

AT THE RECEPTION

 An der Rezeption

Would you like a room ensuite

                          a double, single, family room?

All our rooms are ensuite.

Do you have a reservation?

I’m afraid, we are fully booked.

How many nights are you staying?

Breakfast is from 7 to 9.30 a.m.

Do you need help with your luggage?

Have you stayed with us before?

Do you want a wakeup call?

 

Yes, of course…

Certainly, Sir/Madam.

There is an internet access in the lobby.

Have a nice day.

 

COMPLAINTS

I’m very sorry to hear that. I will call my colleague/the manager.

 

Here’s your bill.

How would you like to pay- cash/credit card

 

I will print out your bill

 

 

 Hätten Sie gern ein Zimmer mit eigenem Bad, ein Doppelzimmer, Einzelzimmer, Familienzimmer

Alle Zimmer sind mit Bad.

Haben Sie reserviert?

Tut mir leid, wir sind ausgebucht.

Wie lange wollen Sie bleiben?

Frühstück gibt es von 7 bis 9.30.

Möchten Sie Hilfe beim Gepäck?

Waren Sie schon einmal hier zu Gast?

Möchten Sie einen Weckruf?

 

Ja, selbstverständlich…..

Gerne, Frau../Herr..

Es gibt Wlan/einen Internetzugang  in der Lobby.

Ich wünsche Ihnen einen schönen Tag.

 

Reklamationen

Das tut mir leid. Ich werde meinen Kollegen/Abteilungsleiter anrufen.

 

Hier ist ihre Rechnung.

Wie möchten Sie bezahlen? Bar/mit Kreditkarte

 

Ich werde ihre Rechnung für Sie ausdrucken

TRAVEL.

VOCABULARY

 Vokabeln

Turn

Sign

Shuttle

Exact

Fare

Connection

Opposite

Queue

Bus stop

 

Safe

Delay

Cheap

Direct

Hire

Traffic

 

Luggage

Bags

Boot

Drive

 

Left

Right

Straight ahead

In front of

Behind

Beside

 

Square

Traffic lights

Motorway

Platform

 

Ticket

Bikepath

Main station

One-way/single ticket

Return ticket

 

Traffic jam

Underground

Suburban train

Zebra crossing

Flight

Corner

Airport

Baggage reclaim

Conveyer belt

 

Declare

Exit

Entry

Timetable

First / second class

 

Passport

Identity card

Season ticket

On foot

By plane, by taxi

 

abbiegen

das Verkehrszeichen

der Shuttle/ der Abholservice/Bringservice

genau

die Fahrtkosten

die Verbindung

gegenüber

die Schlange

die Bushaltestelle

 

der Safe

die Verspätung

billig

direkt

mieten

der Verkehr

 

das Gepäck

die Taschen

das Boot

fahren

 

links

rechts

gerade aus

vor

hinter

neben

 

der Platz

die Ampel

die Autobahn

der Bahnsteig

 

das Ticket/die Fahrkarte

der Radweg

der Hauptbahnhof

hin und zurück / eine einfache Fahrt

die Rückfahrkarte

 

der Stau

die U-Bahn / der Untergrund

der Nahverkehrszug

der Zebrastreifen

der Flug

die Ecke

der Flughafen

Gepäckstücke reklamieren

Gepäckband

 

verzollen

der Ausgang

der Eingang

der Stundenplan/der Fahrplan

erster/zweiter Klasse

 

der Pass

eer Ausweis

die Wochen-/Monats-/Jahreskarte

zu Fuß

mit dem Flugzeug, mit dem Taxi

USEFUL PHRASES

 Nützliche Redewendungen

Excuse me, can you help me please?

Where do I get ... ?

What is the exact fare?

How much will it cost?

 

When does the next bus leave for…

When does it get to… ?

Do I change busses?

Please give me a one way ticket.

Here is your change.

How long will a journey take?

I’m lost.

 

How do I get to the station?

I’d like to buy a ticket to ...

How much is it?

Which platform does the train leave from?

Could you please print out the connections?

Do I have to change?

 

Cross the street.

Where is the lost luggage desk?

 

Where can I change money?

Excuse me, what time is it?

Where can I buy a ticket?

 

Thank you very much for your help

You are welcome.

Do I have to reserve a seat?

How can I get there?

 

Entschuldigung, können Sie mir bitte helfen?

Wo bekomme ich ….?

Was kostet das genau…?

Wie teuer ist das? Wie teuer wird das sein?

 

Wann fährt der nächste Bus nach…..?

Wann kommt es in …… an?

Muss ich umsteigen?

Ich hätte gern eine einfach Fahrt.

Hier ist Ihr Wechselgeld.

Wie lange dauert die Fahrt?

Ich habe mich verlaufen.

 

Wie komme ich zum Bahnhof?

Ich hätte gern eine Fahrkarte nach…..

Wie teuer ist das?

Von welchem Bahnsteig fährt der Zug ab?

Können Sie mir bitte die Verbindung ausdrucken?

Muss ich umsteigen?

 

Überqueren Sie die Straße.

Wo ist der Schalter für Fundsachen/verlorenes Gepäck?

Wo kann ich Geld wechseln?

Entschuldigung bitte, wie spät ist es?

Wo kann ich ein Ticket kaufen?

 

Vielen Dank für Ihre Hilfe.

Gern geschehen.

Muss ich einen Sitzplatz reservieren?

Wie komme ich da hin?

SOCIALISING

A.    USEFUL VOCABULARY-BASICS

 Nützliche, einfache Wörter

1.  GREETINGS

 

Good morning/afternoon/evening!

Hello!

Hi!

Nice to see you.

How are you today?

I am fine/well. And you?

Goodbye./ Bye.

Good night!

See you.

See you soon/ tonight/ tomorrow.

Sleep well.

 

2.  SELF INTRODUCTIONS

 

My name is ...

What’s your name?

I am…… years old.

How old are you?

I come from ...

Where are you from? 

I work/study in …

Where do you live?

I can speak English.

I am interested in ...

Are you interested in any sports ?     

What sports do you do?     

football

Match/basketball/volleyball/handball/

swimming/diving

I have one brother/ two sisters ...

My mother/ father is ...

I’m single.

Are you married?

I like .../ I don’t like ...

Do you like ...?

Do you have any hobbies?

I like painting/ reading/ music/ travelling/sport/ fishing/walking.

 

3.   INTRODUCING OTHER PEOPLE

 

This is my friend/ teacher …

 

Nice to meet you.

How do you do?

My host is ….

My teacher is …

Who’s that? 

How long are you staying here?

We are leaving tomorrow. 

Where are you staying? 

In a hotel.   

 

4.   POLITE WORDS

 

Thank you./Thank you very much./

Thanks for all.

You’re welcome.

That’s OK.

Please

Yes, please./No, thank you.

Excuse me, ...

I’m sorry.

I’m afraid, ...

Not at all./ Never mind.

Have fun!

Have a good trip/ nice flight.

Good luck!

Best wishes!

All the best!

Happy birthday!  

Congratulations!  

 

5.  SUGGESTIONS

 

Shall we go out together this evening?   

Why don’t we meet at Blue cafe tonight?

Let’s meet at 9.00.

Why not drink something?

Shall we dance? 

Good idea.

Good/ Great!

Yes, of course.

I agree.              

Me too.   

That’s not a good   idea.    

No, thank you.

I’m sorry I can’t.

I don’t have time. 

Maybe later.

Could I ask you something? 

Can you help me please?  

Just a moment!

Wait for me.     

I’d like ...  

 

6.   FEELINGS

 

How do you feel?

I’m happy.

I feel good/ OK.

I don’t feel well.

I’m ill. 

I’m bored/ tired.

Are you hungry/ thirsty?

I’m having a great time here.

That’s fantastic/ great/ terrible/ awful. 

What a pity.

Well done.    

Not bad.  

I’m not sure.  

I understand/ I see.

I hope so.

 

 1. Begrüßung

 

Guten Morgen/ Tag / Abend.

Hallo!

Hi!

Schön, dich zu sehen.

Wie geht es dir heute?

Mir geht es gut – und wie geht es dir?

Auf Wiedersehen! / Tschüß!

Gute Nacht.

Bis bald.

Bis bald – bis heute Abend – bis moren.

Schlaf gut.

 

2. Sich selbst vorstellen

 

Ich heiße ...

Wie heißt du?

Ich bin ..... Jahre alt.

Wie alt bist du?

Ich komme aus ....

Woher kommst du?

Ich arbeite / studiere in.....

Wo wohnst du?

Ich spreche Englisch.

Ich interessiere mich für ....

Bist du an Sport interessiert? / Magst du Sport?

Was machst du an Sport?

Fußball

Matchball/ Volleyball/Handball

Schimmen/Tauchen

Ich habe einen Bruder/Zwei Schwestern

Meine Mutter ist... mein Vater ist....

Ich bin nicht verheiratet

Bist du verheiratet?

Ich mag – ich mag kein...../ ich mag......nicht

Magst du...?

Hast du Hobbies?

Ich zeichne gern, höre gern Musik, ich reise gern, ich mag Sport, ich gehe zum Angeln, ich gehe wandern

 

3. Andere Leute vorstellen

 

Das ist mein Freund/meine Freundin/mein Lehrer/meine Lehrerin

Schön, Sie kennen zu lernen.

Wie geht es Ihnen?

Mein Gast(geber) ist....

Mein Lehrer ist....

Wer ist das?

Wie lange bleiben Sie hier?

Wir fahren morgen.

Wo sind Sie untergebracht?/ Wo wohnen Sie?

In einem Hotel

 

4. Höfliche Redewendungen

 

Dankeschön / Vielen Dank.

Vielen Dank für alles.

Gern geschehen.

Das ist schon OK.

Bitte.

Ja gern. / Nein danke.

Entschuldigung/ Entschuldigen Sie bitte.

Das tut mir leid.

Ich befürchte dass ....

Kein Problem/ Das macht nichts.

Viel Spaß.

Gute Reise/ Guten Flug.

Viel Glück.

Liebe Grüße.

Alles Gute.

Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Geburtstag.

Glückwunsch!

 

5. Vorschläge machen

 

Sollen wir heute Abend zusammen ausgehen?

Wollen wir uns am Blue Cafe heute Abend treffen?

Lass uns .... / Lass uns uns um 9/21 Uhr treffen.

Wollen wir was trinken?

Wollen wir tanzen?

Gute Idee.

Gut./ Prima / Fantastisch

Ja, natürlich.

Da stimme ich (dir) zu.

Ich auch. / Mir auch.

Das ist keine gute Idee.

Nein danke.

Tut mir leid, ich kann nicht.

Ich habe keine Zeit.

Vielleicht später.

Kann ich dich mal etwas fragen?

Kannst du mir bitte helfen?

Einen Moment bitte.

Warte auf mich.

Ich hätte gern.....

 

6. Gefühle

 

Wie geht es dir?

Ich bin glücklich.

Mir geht es gut / Ich bin OK.

Mir geht es nicht gut.

Ich bin krank.

Mir ist langweilig. / Ich bin müde.

Hast du Hunger/Durst?

Ich habe eine tolle Zeit hier.

Das ist fantastisch/großartig/ schrecklich/gräßlich

Oh wie schade.

Sehr gut/ Gut gemacht.

Gar nicht schlecht.

Da bin ich mir nicht sicher.

Oh, ich verstehe / ich sehe das

Ich hoffe doch.

 

 

B.      WEATHER

Das Wetter 

It is hot today.

It is warm  in here.

It is cold.

I’m cold/ hot.

What’s the temperature today?  

It’s 35 degrees.

What is the weather like? 

It’s sunny and dry.

It’s cold and cloudy.

It’s raining.

The sun is shining. It’s a beautiful day.

rainy/ stormy/ sunny/ windy/ foggy/ cloudy/

 wind/ mist/ dew/ hail  

May I open the window?

You’d better put on a jacket.

Take an umbrella.

 

Es ist heute sehr heiß.

Es ist warm hier drinnen.

Es ist kalt.

Mir ist kalt/ mir ist heiß.

Wie warm ist es heute?

Es sind 35 Grad.

Wie ist das Wetter?

Es ist sonnig und trocken.

Es ist kalt und wolkig.

Es regnet.

Die Sonne scheint. Es ist ein schöner Tag.

Regnerisch, stürmisch, sonnig, windig, neblig, wolkig, der Wind / der Nebel/ der Tau/der Hagel

Darf ich das Fenster öffnen?

Du ziehst besser eine Jacke an.

Nimm einen Schirm (mit).

C.     MONEY and SHOPPING

 Geld und Einkaufen gehen

I’d like to change some money. 

What is the exchange rate?

Where can I find a bank around here?

Can I pay in euro/ in cash/ by credit card?

 

Do you have any ID?

May I see your passport?

Would you sign here please?

Can I have ...?

How much is it?

It’s ... (ten euro).

How much are these jeans?

Anything else? 

No, thank you.That’s all. 

Do you have something cheaper?

I want a bigger/ smaller/ longer shorter one. 

 

I’ll take this one. 

Can I try it on?

 

 

Ich möchte gern Geld wechseln.

Wie hoch ist der Wechselkurs?

Wo kann ich hier in der Nähe eine Bank finden?

Kann ich in Euro/bar/mit Kreditkarte bezahlen?

 

Haben Sie einen Ausweis?

Darf ich bitte Ihren Pass sehen?

Bitte unterschreiben Sie hier.

Kann ich ….. haben?

Wie teuer ist das?

Das macht….. (zehn Euro)

Wie teuer sind die Jeans? / Was kosten die Jeans?

Noch etwas?

Nein Danke. Das ist alles.

Haben Sie noch etwas günstigeres?

Ich möchte ein größeres/eine größere – kleineres/kleinere/ längeres/längere

Das nehme ich.

Darf ich das anprobieren?

 

D.      ENTERTAINMENT

 Unterhaltung

1.BAR/PUB/DISCO

 

Would you like to have dinner/lunch with me?

Would you come to the pub with me?

Are you free this evening? 

Can I invite you for a meal?

I’d like to go to a club/ restaurant/ cinema/ pub/ disco.

 

A table for two, please.  

We have reserved a table for three. My name is ...

 

 

May I sit here?

 

Could I have a beer?   

Would you like ice?  

Do you want a hamburger? 

Would you like something to drink/to eat? 

May I have …?

May I have a coffee/ juice/ tea/ sandwich?

 

I’d like to order…

I’d like something to drink. 

I’ll just have a snack.

I’ll have apple pie for dessert.  

One more, please.

That’s enough.

How much is it?

How can I pay?/national currency

 

Can I have the menu, please?

The wine list, please.

What do you recommend?   

Is this a hot or cold dish? 

Do you have any regional specialities?

 

We didn’t order that. 

The fish isn’t fresh.

The meat isn’t cooked well.

This soup is cold/too salty.

This is broken/not clean/.

The food was excellent.

Everything was perfect.

That was a wonderful meal. 

We will come again.

 

Can I have the bill, please? 

 

Could I have a receipt?  

I think there’s a mistake in the bill.

 

2. CINEMA and THEATRE

 

What’s on at the cinema/theatre?   

Can I have a programme please?  

Where can  I get tickets? 

How much does a ticket cost?

I’d like a ticket, please.

Do you have any tickets for tomorrow’s show?   

Can you recommend a good film/

play ?  

When does it start?  

We are going to the theatre at 7.30/ at the weekend/ on Saturday/ on Sunday.

 

1.       Bar / Kneipe / Disco

 

Möchten Sie mit mir zu Abend/Mittag essen?

Möchtest du mit mir in die Kneipe gehen?

Hast du heute Abend Zeit?

Darf ich Sie zum Essen einladen?

Ich möchte gern in eine Club/ein Restaurant/ins Kino/ in eine Kneipe/in die Disco gehen.

Einen Tisch für zwei Personen bitte.

Wir haben einen Tisch für drei serviert – mein Name ist….

 

Darf ich mir hierhin setzen?

 

Könnte ich bitte ein Bier haben?

Möchten Sie Eis?

Möchtest du eine Burger?

Möchtest du was zu essen/ zu trinken?

Kann ich …. haben?

Kann ich bitte einen Kaffee/Saft/Tee/ein Sandwich haben?

Ich möchte gern bestellen.

Ich hätte gern etwas zu trinken.

Ich nehme nur eine Kleinigkeit.

Ich nehme als Dessert Apfelkuchen.

Noch eins/eine bitte.

Das ist genug/ Das reicht.

Wie teuer ist das? / Wie viel ist das?

Wie kann ich bezahlen? Die Währung

 

Kann ich bitte die Speisenkarte haben?

Die Weinkarte, bitte.

Was empfehlen Sie?

Ist das ein warmes oder ein kaltes Gericht?

Haben Sie regionale Spezialitäten?

 

Das haben wir nicht bestellt.

Der Fisch ist nicht frisch.

Das Fleisch ist nicht gut gegart.

Die Suppe ist kalt/versalzen.

Das ist kaputt/nicht sauber.

Das Essen war ausgezeichnet.

Alles war perfekt.

Das war ein tolles/ganz ausgezeichnetes Essen.

Wir werden wieder kommen.

 

Die Rechnung bitte./ Kann ich bitte die Rechnung haben?

Kann ich bitte einen Beleg / eine Quittung haben?

Ich glaube, das ist ein Fehler auf der Rechnung.

 

2. Kino und Theater

 

Was gibt es heute im Kino/Theater?

Kann ich bitte ein Programm haben?

Wo kann ich die Tickets kaufen?

Wie teuer ist ein Ticket? / Was kostet ein Ticket?

Ich hätte gern ein Ticket.

Haben Sie Tickets für die Vorstellung morgen?

Können Sie einen guten Film/ein gutes Stück empfehlen?

Wann fängt es an?

Wir gehen um 19.30 Uhr /am Wochenende/ am Samstag/ am Sonntag ins Theater

 

 

BELGIUM

 

WORKPLACE – OP HET WERK

VOCABULARY

Woordenschat

Kitchen                 

Restaurant                           

Hotel

Facilities

Resources/equipment

 

HOTEL STAFF

General manager               

Receptionist

Housekeeper

Porter

 

RESTAURANT STAFF

Manager

Head waiter

Waiter/waitress

Barman

 

KITCHEN STAFF

Head chef

Sous chef / second chef

Chef de partie / section chef

 

Keuken

Restaurant

Hotel

Inrichting, voorzieningen

Uitrusting

 

HOTEL PERSONEEL

Algemeen directeur, general manager

Receptionist

Housekeeper

Portier

 

RESTAURANT PERSONEEL

Manager, directeur

Maître d’hotel – Hofmeester

Kelner / dienster

Barman

 

KEUKEN PERSONEEL

Keukenchef

Sous chef

Chef de partie

USEFUL PHRASES

ENKELE UITDRUKKINGEN

Good morning/afternoon/evening

Hello

Goodbye

Yes, please.  No, thank you. You’re welcome.

My name is…

I come from…

Nice to meet you.

 

Welcome to our restaurant

Sorry, I didn’t understand.

Could you speak more slowly, please.

Could you repeat that again, please?

One minute, I’ll call a colleague.

 

Are you ready to order?

Can I help you?

Would you like an aperitif/a drink/some wine /red or white or rosé?

Would you care for some water?  Still or sparkling water?

 

Enjoy your meal.

Would you like anything else?

Is everything to your satisfaction?

 

Goede morgen / middag / namiddag

Hallo

Tot ziens

Ja, dank U / Neen, dank U / Graag gedaan

Mijn naam is…

Ik kom van…

Fijn U te leren kennen

 

Welkom in ons restaurant

Sorry, ik heb het niet begrepen

Kunt U iets trager praten, a.u.b.?

Kunt u dat herhalen, a.u.b.?

Een ogenblikje, ik roep mijn collega

 

Bent U klaar om te bestellen?

Kan ik u helpen?

Wenst u een aperitief / een drankje / wijn / rode, witte of rosé?

Wenst u water? Niet bruisend (plat) of bruisend water?

 

Smakelijk

Had u nog iets gewenst?

Is alles naar wens?

IN THE KITCHEN

IN DE KEUKEN

Chef, order!

Be careful, that plate is hot.

 

Starter

Soup

Main course

Dessert

Salad

Side orders

Cheese

 

Coffee, espresso, cappucino

Wine glass /red/white

Water glass

Champagne flute

 

Fork

Fish fork

Knife

Fish knife

Plate

Soupspoon

Tablespoon

Side plate

Saucer

Teacup

Salt and pepper

Napkin

Tablecloth

 

Butter

Bread

Mint sauce

Mustard

Vinegar

Oil

Horseradish

Accompaniments

 

Chef, de bestelling

Voorzichtig, het bord is warm.

 

Voorgerecht

Soep

Hoofdgerecht

Nagerecht, dessert

Salade

Bijbestelling

Kaas

 

Koffie, espresso, cappuccino

Glas wijn / rood / wit

Glas water

Champagne glas (fluitglas)

 

Vork

Visvork

Mes

Vismes

Bord

Soeplepel

Lepel

Broodbordje

Sauspan

Tee glas

Zout en peper

Napperon

Nap, tafelkleed

 

Boter

Brood

Munt saus

Mosterd

Azijn

Olie

Mierikswrotel

Bijlagen

AT THE RECEPTION

AAN DE RECEPTIEBALIE

Would you like a room ensuite

                          a double, single, family room?

All our rooms are ensuite.

Do you have a reservation?

Can I take an imprint of your credit card?

I’m afraid, we are fully booked.

How many nights are you staying?

Breakfast is from 7 to 9.30 a.m.

Do you need help with your luggage?

Have you stayed with us before?

Do you want a wakeup call?

 

Yes, of course…

Certainly, Sir/Madam.

There is an internet access in the lobby.

Have a nice day.

 

COMPLAINTS

I’m very sorry to hear  that. I will call my colleague/the manager.

 

Here’s your bill.

How would you like to pay- cash/credit card

 

I will print out your bill

 

Wenst u een kamer met badkamer, een tweepersoons-kamer, een eenpersoonskamer, een familiekamer?

Al onze kamers hebben een badkamer

Hebt u gereserveerd?

Mag ik een afdruk maken van uw creditcard?

Sorry, maar we zijn volzet

Hoeveel nachten wenst u te blijven?

Ontbijt is van 7.30 tot 9.30 uur

Wenst u hulp met uw bagage?

Heeft u reeds bij ons verbleven>?

Wenst u gewekt te worden?

 

Jazeker..

Zeker, geachte heer, mevrouw

Er is een internetaansluiting in de lobby

Nog een prettige dag

 

KLACHTEN

Ik vind het zeer spijtig dit te horen. Ik roep mijn collega, de directeru

 

Hier is de rekening

Hoe wenst  U te betalen? Cash of met creditcard?

 

Ik zal uw rekening printen.

TRAVEL - REIZEN

VOCABULARY

WOORDENSCHAT

Turn

Sign

Shuttle

Exact

Fare

Connection

Opposite

Queue

Bus stop

 

Safe

Delay

Cheap

Direct

Hire

Traffic

 

Luggage

Bags

Boot

Drive

 

Left

Right

Straight ahead

In front of

Behind

Beside

 

Square

Traffic lights

Motorway

Platform

 

Ticket

Bikepath

Main station

One-way/single ticket

Return ticket

 

Traffic jam

Underground

Suburban train

Zebra crossing

Flight

Corner

Airport

Baggage reclaim

Conveyor belt

 

Declare

Exit

Entry

Timetable

First / second class

 

Passport

Identity card

Season ticket

On foot

By plane, by taxi

 

Draai

Teken

Shuttle

Juist

Ritprijs

Verbinding

Tegenover

Rij

Bushalte

 

Veilig

Vertraging

Goedkoop

Direct

Huur

Verkeer

 

Bagage

Tas, zak

Laars

Rijden

 

Links

Rechts

Rechtdoor

Recht tegenover

Achter

Langs de zijde

 

Laan

Verkeerslichten

Rijweg

Platform, halte; perron

 

Ticket

Fietspad

Centraal station

Ticket enkel

Ticket heen en terug

 

Verkeersopstopping

Metro

Lokale trein

Zebrapad

Vlucht

Hoek

Luchthaven

Bagage afhalen

Lopende band

 

Aangeven

Uitgang

Ingang

Uurrooster

Eerste / tweede klas

 

Paspoort

Identiteitskaart

Seizoensticket

Te voet

Met het vliegtuig, met de taxi

USEFUL PHRASES

ENKELE UITDRUKKINGEN

Excuse me, can you help me please?

Where do I get ... ?

Wat is the exact fare?

How much will it cost?

 

When does the next bus leave for…

When does it get to… ?

Do I change busses?

Please give me a one way ticket.

Here is your change.

How long will a journey take?

I’m lost.

 

How do I get to the station?

I’d like to buy a ticket to ...

How much is it?

Which platform does the train leave from?

Could you please print out the connections?

Do I have to change?

 

Cross the street.

Where is the lost luggage desk?

Where can I change money?

Excuse me, what time is it?

Where can I buy a ticket?

 

Thank you very much for your help

You are welcome.

Do I have to reserve a seat?

How can I get there?

 

Excuseert u mij, kunt u mij helpen?

Waar vind ik….?

Wat is de juiste prijs?

Hoeveel kost het?

 

Wanneer vertrekt de bus naar…

Wanneer kopt de bus aan in….?

Moet ik overstappen?

Een enkel ticket a.u.b.

Hier is uw wisselgeld.

Hoelang duurt de reis?

Ik ben de weg kwijt.

 

Hoe ga ik naar het station?

Ik had graag een ticket naar…

Hoeveel kost het?

Van welk perron vertrekt de trein?

Kunt u de verbindingen uitprinten a.u.b.?

Moet ik overstappen?

 

De straat oversteken

Waar is de balie voor verloren bagage?

Waar kan ik geld wisselen?

Excuseert u mijn, hoe laat is het?

Waar kan ik een ticket kopen?

 

Hartelijk dank voor de hulp

Graag gedaan

Moet ik een plaats reserveren?

Hoe geraak ik daar?

SOCIALISING – SOCIAAL VERKEER

A.    USEFUL VOCABULARY-BASIC

A. BASIS WOORDENSCHAT

1.  GREETINGS

 

Good morning/afternoon/evening!

Hello!

Hi!

Nice to see you.

How are you today?

I am fine/well. And you?

Goodbye./ Bye.

Good night!

See you.

See you soon/ tonight/ tomorrow.

Sleep well.

 

2.  SELF INTRODUCTIONS

 

My name is ...

What’s your name?

I am…… years old.

How old are you?

I come from ...

Where are you from? 

I work/study in …

Where do you live?

I can speak English.

I am interested in ...

Are you interested in any sports ?     

What sports do you do?     

football

Match/basketball/volleyball/handball/

swimming/diving

I have one brother/ two sisters ...

My mother/ father is ...

I’m single.

Are you married?

I like .../ I don’t like ...

Do you like ...?

Do you have any hobbies?

I like painting/ reading/ music/ travelling/sport/ fishing/walking.

 

3.   INTRODUCING OTHER PEOPLE

 

This is my friend/ teacher …

Nice to meet you.

How do you do?

My host is ….

My teacher is …

Who’s that? 

How long are you staying here?

We are leaving tomorrow. 

Where are you staying? 

In a hotel.   

 

4.   POLITE WORDS

 

Thank you./Thank you very much./

Thanks for all.

You’re welcome.

That’s OK.

Please

Yes, please./No, thank you.

Excuse me, ...

I’m sorry.

I’m afraid, ...

Not at all./ Never mind.

Have fun!

Have a good trip/ nice flight.

Good luck!

Best wishes!

All the best!

Happy birthday!  

Congratulations!  

 

5.  SUGGESTIONS

 

Shall we go out together this evening?   

Why don’t we meet at Blue cafe tonight?

Let’s meet at 9.00.

Why not drink something?

Shall we dance? 

Good idea.

Good/ Great!

Yes, of course.

I agree.              

Me too.   

That’s not a good   idea.    

No, thank you.

I’m sorry I can’t.

I don’t have time. 

Maybe later.

Could I ask you something? 

Can you help me please?  

Just a moment!

Wait for me.     

I’d like ...  

 

6.   FEELINGS

 

How do you feel?

I’m happy.

I feel good/ OK.

I don’t feel well.

I’m ill. 

I’m bored/ tired.

Are you hungry/ thirsty?

I’m having a great time here.

That’s fantastic/ great/ terrible/ awful. 

What a pity.

Well done.    

Not bad.  

I’m not sure.  

I understand/ I see.

I hope so.

 

1. BEGROETING

 

Goede morgen, middag, namiddag, avond!

Hallo!

Hi!

Fijn u terug te zien

Hoe gaat het?

Goed, en met U?

Goedendag / tot ziens

Goede nacht

Tot kijks

Tot weldra, tot vanavond, tot morgen

Slaap lekker, goede nacht

 

2. JE EIGEN VOROSTELLEN

 

Mijn naam is…

Hoe heet je?

Ik ben….. jaar.

Hoe oud ben je?

Ik kom van…

Van waar kom je?

Ik werk / studeer in…

Waar woon je?

Ik spreek Engels.

Ik ben geïnteresseerd in…

Ben je geïnteresseerd in een sport?

Welk sport doe je?

Voetbal

Basketbal / volleybal / handbal

Zwemmen/ duiken

Ik heb een broer / twee zusters…

Mijn moeder / vader is…

Ik ben ongehuwd

Ben je gehuwd?

Ik hou van…./ Ik hou niet van…

Hou je van….?

Heb je hobbies?

Ik hou van schilderen / lezen / reizen / sport / vissen / wandelen

 

3. IEMAND VOORSTELLEN

 

Dit is mijn vriend, leerkracht…

Fijn u te ontmoeten.

Hoe maakt u het?

Mijn gastheer / gastvrouw is…

Mijn leerkracht is…

Wat is dat?

Hoe lang blijf je hier?

We vertrekken morgen.

Waar verblijf je?

In een hotel

 

4. BELEEFDHEID

 

Dank u wel

Hartelijk dank voor alles.

Graag gedaan

Dat is OK.

Alstublieft (a.u.b)

Ja, graaf / Neen, dank U

Excuseert u mij, …

Sorry / Excuseert u mij

Het spijt mij maar…

Helemaal niet / geeft niets

Veel plezier!

Een voorspoedige reis / vlucht

Veel geluk!

Veel geluk!

Veel geluk!

Prettige verjaardag!

Gefeliciteerd!

 

5. SUGGESTIES

 

Gaan we samen uit vanavond?

Spreken we vanavond af aan het Blue café?

Afspraak om 9.00 uur.

Zullen we samen iets drinken?

Zullen we dansen?

Goed idee.

OK, fijn!

Ja zeker.

Akkoord

Ik ook

Dat is geen goed idee

Neen, dank u.

Sorry, ik kan niet.

Ik heb geen tijd.

Misschien later.

Mag ik U iets vragen?

Kunt u mij helpen?

Een ogenblikje!

Wacht op mij.

Ik wil…

 

6. GEVOELENS

 

Hoe maakt u het?

Ik ben gelukkig

Ik voel mij goed / OK

Ik voel mij niet goed

Ik ben ziek

Ik ben het moe

Heb je honger / dorst?

Ik heb hier een leuke tijd

Dat is fantastisch / fijn / afschuwelijk

Spijtig

Goed gedaan

Niet slecht

Ik benniet zeker

Ik versta het

Ik hoop het

B.      WEATHER

B. WEER

It is hot today.

It is warm  in here.

It is cold.

I’m cold/ hot.

What’s the temperature today?  

It’s 35 degrees.

What is the weather like? 

It’s sunny and dry.

It’s cold and cloudy.

It’s raining.

The sun is shining. It’s a beautiful day.

rainy/ stormy/ sunny/ windy/ foggy/ cloudy/ wind/ mist/ dew/ hail  

May I open the window?

You’d better put on a jacket.

Take an umbrella.

 

Het is warm vandaag

Hierbinnen is het warm.

Het is koud

Ik heb het koud / warm

Hoe warm / koud is het?

Het is 35 graden.

Hoe is het weer?

Het is zonnig en droog

Het is koud en bewolkt

Het regent

De zon schijnt, het is een mooie dag.

Regenachtig / stormig / zonnig /mistig / bewolkt / winderig / dauw / hagel

Mag het venster open?

Je kunt beter een jas aandoen.

Neem een regenscherm.

C.     MONEY and SHOPPING

C. GELD en WINKELEN

I’d like to change some money. 

What is the exchange rate?

Where can I find a bank around here?

Can I pay in euro/ in cash/ by credit card?

 

Do you have any ID?

May I see your passport?

Would you sign here please?

Can I have ...?

How much is it?

It’s ... (ten euro).

How much are these jeans?

Anything else? 

No, thank you.That’s all. 

Do you have something cheaper?

I want a bigger/ smaller/ longer shorter one. 

I’ll take this one. 

Can I try it on?

 

Ik zou graag geld wisselen.

Wat is de wisselkoers?

Waar vind ik een bank in de omgeving?

Kan ik contant betalen / met een credicard?

 

Heeft u een identiteitsbewijs?

Mag ik uw paspoort zien?

Kunt u hier tekenen?

Kunt u mij…. bezorgen?

Hoeveel ksot het?

Het is…. (tien Euro)

Hoeveel ksoten deze jeans?

Nog iets?

Neen dank u, dat is alles.

Heeft u iets goedkoper?

Ik wou een grotere, kleinere, kortere

Ik neem deze

Kan ik dit passen?

D.      ENTERTAINMENT

D. ONTSPANNING

1.BAR/PUB/DISCO
 

Would you like to have dinner/lunch with me?

Would you come to the pub with me?

Are you free this evening? 

Can I invite you for a meal?

I’d like to go to a club/ restaurant/ cinema/ pub/ disco.

 

A table for two, please.  

We have reserved a table for three. My name is ...

 

May I sit here?

 

Could I have a beer?   

Would you like ice?  

Do you want a hamburger? 

Would you like something to drink/to eat? 

May I have …?

May I have a coffee/ juice/ tea/ sandwich?

I’d like to order…

I’d like something to drink. 

I’ll just have a snack.

I’ll have apple pie for dessert.  

One more, please.

That’s enough.

How much is it?

How can I pay?/national currency

 

Can I have the menu, please?

The wine list, please.

What do you recommend?   

Is this a hot or cold dish? 

Do you have any regional specialities?

 

We didn’t order that. 

The fish isn’t fresh.

The meat isn’t cooked well.

This soup is cold/too salty.

This is broken/not clean/.

The food was excellent.

Everything was perfect.

That was a wonderful meal.