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Booking A Hotel Room (walk-in) 2 (Conversation)

A man is trying to book a hotel room. He’s asking some information to the receptionist.

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  • Receptionist: Good morning, Sir. Welcome to Singasari Hotel. How can I help you? (Selamat pagi, Pak. Selamat datang di Hotel Singasari. Ada yang bisa saya bantu?)
  • Guest: Good morning. I’d like to book a room for tonight. (Selamat pagi. Saya ingin memesan kamar untuk malam ini.)
  • Receptionist: What kind of room would you like, Sir? (Kamar jenis apa yang Anda inginkan, Pak?)
  • Guest: I’d like a single room, please. (Saya mau single room saja.)
  • Receptionist: Let me check first because I’m afraid that single room is not available since many guests booked single rooms recently. (Biar saya periksa dahulu karena saya takut single room tidak tersedia sebab banyak tamu memesan single room akhir-akhir ini.)

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Booking A Hotel Room (walk-in) 1 (Conversation)

A young woman is walking into a hotel in Philippine and trying to book a room.

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  • Receptionist: Good afternoon. Welcome to Miramar hotel. Can I help you? (Selamat siang. Selamat datang di Hotel Miramar. Ada yang bisa saya bantu?)
  • Guest: Good afternoon. I’d like to book a room. What kind of room do you have? (Selamat siang. Saya ingin memesan kamar. Kamar jenis apa saja yang Anda punya?)
  • Receptionist: Rooms with a sea view are $95, rooms overlooking the garden are $85.  We have only one $95 room available now, but several for next month. (Kamar dengan pemandangan laut seharga $95, kamar dengan pemandangan taman seharga $85. Saat ini kamar seharga $95 yang tersedia hanya 1, tapi beberapa kamar akan tersedia bulan depan.)
  • Guest: It sounds great. Okay, I take it. (Sepertinya bagus. Baik, saya ambil yang itu.)
  • Receptionist: Alright, let me input your data. Your ID card, please. (Baik, biar saya masukkan data Anda. Bisa lihat kartu identitas Anda?)

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At The Train Station 1 (Conversation)

One day at Gubeng Surabaya train station.

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Pic taken fr JawaPos

  • Bella: Good afternoon. (Selamat siang.)
  • Staff: Good afternoon, Miss. Can I help you? (Selamat siang, Nona. Ada yang bisa saya bantu?)
  • Bella: I want to go to Jogjakarta next week. Could you please tell me whether a reservation for next Friday is still available? (Saya ingin pergi ke Jogjakarta minggu depan. Apakah reservasi untuk Jumat depan masih ada?)
  • Staff: Wait a minute, please. I will check. (Mohon tunggu sebentar. Saya akan memeriksa lebih dahulu.)
  • Bella: OK. (Oke.)

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Borrowing Money (Conversation)

Two best friends who haven’t met for a while are bumping into each other in a supermarket.

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  • Jesson: Hey, Mikhael. (Hei, Mikhael.)
  • Mikhael: Oh, hi Jesson. What a surprise to see you here. What are you doing? (Oh, hai Jesson! Gak nyangka ketemu kamu di sini. Sedang apa kamu?)
  • Jesson: I just bought some groceries. And you? (Aku baru saja belanja bahan makanan. Dan kamu?)
  • Mikhael: My mom has been hospitalized since 3 days ago. I’m walking around just to get some fresh air and also trying to get some food for her. (Ibuku dirawat di rumah sakit sejak 3 hari lalu. Aku hanya berkeliling untuk mencari udara segar dan juga mencari makanan untuk beliau.)
  • Jesson: Oh, I’m sorry to hear that. What happened to your mom? (Oh, aku turut prihatin. Ada apa dengan ibumu?)

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