CRIME & THEFT

You must go to the police station.

Deve andare al commissariato.

Is there a police station near here?

C'e' un commissariato qui vicino?

My watch has been stolen.

Mi hanno rubato l'orologio.

I think I put my wallet on the counter.

Penso di aver messo il mio portafoglo sul bancone.

Can I have your name and address, please.

Per favore, mi dice il suo nome ed indirizzo?

Where have you looked for it?

Dove l'ha cercato?

WHEN YOU LOSE SOMETHING

I've lost my passport.

Ho perso il mio passaporto.

Where did you lose your bag?

Dove ha perso la sua borsa?

What was inside it?

Che cosa s'era dentro?

There was a camera inside.

Dentro c'ra una macchina fotografica.

When did you lose your camera?

Quando ha perso la sua macchina fotografica?

What's it like?

Come fatto?

What shape is it?

Che forma ha?

Was it marked with your name?

Era identificato con il suo nome?

How valuable is it?

Quanto puo' valere?

You must fill in a report form.

Deve compilare un modulo di relazione.

ROAD ACCIDENTS

There has been a accident.

C'e' stato un incidente.

We must call the police.

Dobbiamo chiamare la polizia.

We must phone for an ambulance.

Dobbiamo telefonare per un'ambulanza.

How did the accident happen?

Come e' successo l'incidente?

Was he going fast?

Andava veloce?

Do you have your driving license?

Ha la sua patente?

Do you have your insurance certificates?

Ha il suo certificato di assicurazione?

Were there any witnesses?

C'erano dei testimoni?

I witnessed it happening.

L'ho visto succedere.

It wasn't my fault.

Non e' stata colpa mia.

It wasn't his right of way.

Non aveva la precedenza.

I crashed into the truck.

Ho bocciato contro il camion.

The accident happened at the crossroads.

L'incidente e' successo all'incrocio.

DISASTERS

The strong winds blew the tree down.

Il forte vento ha abbattuto l'albero.

The storms caused flooding.

I temporali hanno causato una inondazione.

There is a bomb alert.

C'e' un allarme per una bomba.

There was a big explosion.

C'e' stata una grande esplosione.

Telephone the fire service.

Telefonate ai pompieri.

Can you help me.

Mi puo' aiutare?

He broke the window.

Egli ha rotto la finestra.

Evacuate the building, please.

Per favore, evacuate l'edificio.



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