|Sbrigati se vuoi prendere il treno!||Hurry up if you want to catch the train!|
|A che ora vuoi uscire?||What time do you want to go out?|
|a prendere||catch up with, overtake|
|Binario del treno||Platform|
|C'è qualcos'altro che vuoi insegnarmi?||Is there anything else you want to teach me?|
|C’è una carrozza ristorante su questo treno?||Is there a dining car on this train?|
|Da quale binario parte il treno per Roma?||From which platform does the train to Rome leave from?|
|Devi prese ntare la tua candidatura entro oggi se vuoi ottenere quel lavoro.||You have to submit your application by today if you want that job.|
|Devi registrarti se vuoi fare un ordine.||You have to register if you want to make an order.|
|Dì al cameriere che non vuoi nessun condimento nell'insalata.||Tell the waiter you don’t want any condiment in the salad.|
|Domenica facciamo un brunch. Vuoi unirti a noi?||We are having a brunch on Sunday. Would you like to join us?|
|Dove vuoi che appenda il tuo nuovo orologio da parete?||Where do you want me to hang your new wall clock?|
|È solo una pioggerella. Non è il caso di prendere l’ombrello.||It's just a drizzle. There is no need to take an umbrella.|
|Ho deciso di prendere parte a una conferenza in Università.||I have decided to attend a lecture at University.|
|Ho dovuto prendere la coincidenza a Monaco per andare a Los Angeles.||I had to take a connecting flight in Munich on my way to Los Angeles.|
|Ho lasciato la mia borsetta sul treno.||I left my purse on the train.|
|Ho preso il treno espresso da Parigi e in poche ore ero a Milano.||I caught the express train from Paris and in a few hours I was in Milan.|
|Il conducente mi ha venduto il biglietto sul treno.||The conductor sold me the ticket on the train.|
|Il gelato qui è delizioso. Ne vuoi uno?||Ice cream here is delicious. Do you want one?|
|Il treno ad alta velocità è una gran bella comodità.||The high-speed train is a great comfort.|
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