-Car problems 3-

-Car problems 3-
Travel Car problems 3
I left an old, red, two-litre estate car with you this morning. Stamattina ho lasciato qui da voi una vecchia due litri rossa station wagon.
Have you had time to look at it? Avete avuto il tempo di darle un'occhiata?
Hold on a second, I'll just have a word with the boss. Aspetti un secondo, chiedo al capo.
He's just coming. Sta arrivando.
I've had a good look at the car. Ho dato una bella occhiata alla macchina.
There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with the alternator. Non sembra esserci niente che non va con l'alternatore.
You can take it away and see how it runs. Può prenderla e vedere come va.
I won't be able to do it this evening, I'm still snowed under. Non riuscirò a farlo stasera, sono ancora pieno di lavoro fino al collo.
When will you be able to do it? Quando riuscirà a farlo?
I can do the job first thing tomorrow morning. Posso farlo come prima cosa domani mattina.

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