Where would you like to go?

¿Adónde queréis ir?

How about going to the cinema?

¿Queréis ir al cine?

I'd like to see a science-fiction movie.

Quiero ver una película ciencia ficción.

What's on at the cinema?

¿Qué ponen en el ciné?

What's on at the cinema?

¿Qué dan en el teatro?

I've already seen it.

Ya lo he visto.

Is it subtitled in English?

¿Hay subtítulos en Inglés?

When does the last performance begin?

¿A qué hora comienze la ultima representación?

How long does it last?

¿Cuánto tiempo dure?

When does the film end?

¿A que hora termina la película?

How much is it on the balcony?

¿Cuánto son las entradas para el balcón?

Where can we get tickets?

¿Adónde podemos comprar entradas?

Can I book seats?

¿Puedo sacar entradas?

I'll pay for the tickets.

Pagar las entradas.

Is there an interval?

¿Hay descanso?

What did you think of the play?

¿Qué pensasteis de la obra?


We would like to go to a football match.

Queremos ir a un partido de fútbol.

Shall we play badminton?

¿Jugaremos al badminton?

What time does the swimming pool open?

¿A qué hora abre la piscina?

When does the ice rink close?

¿A qué hora cierra la pista de hielo?

Sorry, I'm not free.

Lo siento mucho, pero no estoy libre.

Perhaps we could go next week.

Quizá podemos ir la seman proxima.

That would be great!

¡Lo iría grande!

Do you like to go sailing?

Os gustáis salie en balandro.

I'd prefer to play tennis.

Prefiero jugar al tenis.

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