Hans and Vicki 005

Hans and Vicki 005
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Hans: “Wie wäre es, wenn wir spazieren gehen?”
Vicki: “Das ist eine gute Idee. Ich könnte eine Pause von der Küche gebrauchen.”
Hans: “Ja, ich auch. Lass uns in den Park gehen.”
Vicki: “Okay, das klingt gut. Ich freue mich darauf, ein bisschen frische Luft zu schnappen.”
Hans: “Ich auch. Und vielleicht können wir ein paar Fotos machen, um uns an diesen Tag zu erinnern.”
Vicki: “Das ist eine großartige Idee. Lass uns losgehen!”

spazieren gehen - go for a walk eine Pause machen - take a break die Küche - kitchen der Park - park frische Luft - fresh air ein paar - a few Fotos machen - take photos sich erinnern an - remember losgehen - let’s go Wie wäre es - how about das ist eine gute Idee - that’s a good idea ich auch - me took lingt gut - sounds good freuen - look forward toe in bisschen - a little großartige Idee - great idea etwas - something unterhalten - talk fernsehen - watch TV küssen - kiss

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