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27 [twenty-seven]

In the hotel – Arrival


27 [είκοσι επτά]

Στο ξενοδοχείο – άφιξη


Do you have a vacant room?
Έχετε ελεύθερο δωμάτιο;
Échete eléfthero domátio?
I have booked a room.
Έχω κάνει κράτηση για ένα δωμάτιο.
Écho kánei krátisi gia éna domátio.
My name is Miller.
Το όνομά μου είναι Müller.
To ónomá mou eínai Müller.
I need a single room.
Χρειάζομαι ένα μονόκλινο δωμάτιο.
Chreiázomai éna monóklino domátio.
I need a double room.
Χρειάζομαι ένα δίκλινο δωμάτιο.
Chreiázomai éna díklino domátio.
What does the room cost per night?
Πόσο κοστίζει η διανυκτέρευση;
Póso kostízei i dianyktérefsi?
I would like a room with a bathroom.
Θα ήθελα ένα δωμάτιο με μπάνιο.
Tha íthela éna domátio me bánio.
I would like a room with a shower.
Θα ήθελα ένα δωμάτιο με ντουζιέρα.
Tha íthela éna domátio me ntouziéra.
Can I see the room?
Μπορώ να δω το δωμάτιο;
Boró na do to domátio?
Is there a garage here?
Υπάρχει γκαράζ εδώ;
Ypárchei nkaráz edó?
Is there a safe here?
Υπάρχει χρηματοκιβώτιο εδώ;
Ypárchei chrimatokivótio edó?
Is there a fax machine here?
Υπάρχει φαξ εδώ;
Ypárchei fax edó?
Fine, I’ll take the room.
Εντάξει, θα το κλείσω το δωμάτιο.
Entáxei, tha to kleíso to domátio.
Here are the keys.
Ορίστε τα κλειδιά.
Oríste ta kleidiá.
Here is my luggage.
Αυτές είναι οι αποσκευές μου.
Aftés eínai oi aposkevés mou.
What time do you serve breakfast?
Τι ώρα σερβίρεται το πρωινό;
Ti óra servíretai to proinó?
What time do you serve lunch?
Τι ώρα σερβίρεται το μεσημεριανό;
Ti óra servíretai to mesimerianó?
What time do you serve dinner?
Τι ώρα σερβίρεται το βραδινό;
Ti óra servíretai to vradinó?

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