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33 [thirty-three]

At the train station


33 [முப்பத்தி மூண்று]

ரயில் நிலையத்தில்


When is the next train to Berlin?
பெர்லினுக்கு செல்லும் அடுத்த ரயில் எப்பொழுது?
perliṉukku cellum aṭutta rayil eppoḻutu?
When is the next train to Paris?
பாரிஸுக்கு செல்லும் அடுத்த ரயில் எப்பொழுது?
Pārisukku cellum aṭutta rayil eppoḻutu?
When is the next train to London?
லண்டனுக்கு செல்லும் அடுத்த ரயில் எப்பொழுது?
Laṇṭaṉukku cellum aṭutta rayil eppoḻutu?
When does the train for Warsaw leave?
வார்ஸாவுக்கு செல்லும் ரயில் எப்பொழுது புறப்படும்?
Vārsāvukku cellum rayil eppoḻutu puṟappaṭum?
When does the train for Stockholm leave?
ஸ்டாக்ஹோமுக்கு செல்லும் ரயில் எப்பொழுது புறப்படும்?
Sṭāk'hōmukku cellum rayil eppoḻutu puṟappaṭum?
When does the train for Budapest leave?
புடாபெஸ்டுக்கு செல்லும் ரயில் எப்பொழுது புறப்படும்?
Puṭāpesṭukku cellum rayil eppoḻutu puṟappaṭum?
I’d like a ticket to Madrid.
எனக்கு மாட்ரிடுக்கு ஒரு டிக்கெட் வேண்டும்.
Eṉakku māṭriṭukku oru ṭikkeṭ vēṇṭum.
I’d like a ticket to Prague.
எனக்கு ப்ராகுக்கு ஒரு டிக்கெட் வேண்டும்.
Eṉakku prākukku oru ṭikkeṭ vēṇṭum.
I’d like a ticket to Bern.
எனக்கு பர்னுக்கு ஒரு டிக்கெட் வேண்டும்.
Eṉakku parṉukku oru ṭikkeṭ vēṇṭum.
When does the train arrive in Vienna?
ரயில் வியன்னா எப்பொழுது போய் சேரும்?
Rayil viyaṉṉā eppoḻutu pōy cērum?
When does the train arrive in Moscow?
ரயில் மாஸ்கோ எப்பொழுது போய் சேரும்?
Rayil māskō eppoḻutu pōy cērum?
When does the train arrive in Amsterdam?
ரயில் ஆம்ஸ்டர்டாம் எப்பொழுது போய் சேரும்?
Rayil āmsṭarṭām eppoḻutu pōy cērum?
Do I have to change trains?
நான் ரயில் ஏதும் மாறுவது அவசியமா?
Nāṉ rayil ētum māṟuvatu avaciyamā?
From which platform does the train leave?
ரயில் எந்த ப்ளாட்பாரத்திலிருந்து கிளம்புகிறது?
Rayil enta pḷāṭpārattiliruntu kiḷampukiṟatu?
Does the train have sleepers?
ரயிலில் தூங்கும் வசதியுள்ள பெட்டிகள்/ ஸ்லீபர் இருக்கிறதா?
Rayilil tūṅkum vacatiyuḷḷa peṭṭikaḷ/ slīpar irukkiṟatā?
I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels.
எனக்கு ப்ரஸ்ஸல்ஸுக்கு ஒரு வழி டிக்கெட் வேண்டும்.
Eṉakku pras'salsukku oru vaḻi ṭikkeṭ vēṇṭum.
I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen.
எனக்கு கோபன்ஹேகனுக்கு ஒரு வழி டிக்கெட் வேண்டும்.
Eṉakku kōpaṉhēkaṉukku oru vaḻi ṭikkeṭ vēṇṭum.
What does a berth in the sleeper cost?
ஸலீப்பரில் ஒரு பலகைக்கு/ பர்த்துக்கு எத்தனை ஆகும்?
Salīpparil oru palakaikku/ parttukku ettaṉai ākum?

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