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- Why don't you come up and see me one of these weekends? Perché non vieni a trovarmi un fine settimana?It would be great to see you. Sarebbe fantastico se ci vedessimo.I'd love to come! Mi piacerebbe molto venire!I'm not sure how I'm fixed this weekend. Non so bene come sono messo per questo fine settimana.I've a feeling I've got something on this weekend. Mi sa che ho un impegno questo fine settimana.I could give you a ring sometime next week and let you know. Potrei darti un colpo di telefono la settimana prossima e farti sapere.Are there any nice B&Bs near you? Ci sono dei bed and breakfast carini dalle tue parti?Don't be silly! Non essere ridicolo!I wouldn't hear of you staying in a B&B. Non voglio neanche sentir parlare di te in un bed and breakfast.I've got a spare room you can have. Ho una camera in più dove puoi stare.I wouldn't want to put you out in any way. Non vorrei darti disturbo.It'll be a pleasure having you to stay. Sarà un piacere ospitarti.That's settled then. Allora è deciso.I'll give you a ring on Tuesday evening and confirm. Ti faccio uno squillo martedì sera per confermarlo.I think I'm free next weekend. Credo di essere libero per il prossimo fine settimana.I've got to dash now. Adesso devo proprio scappare.I need to get to the shops before they close. Devo andare a fare la spesa prima che chiuda tutto.It was great to hear your voice again. Mi ha fatto piacere risentirti.It was great speaking to you. È stato bello parlare con te.Take care, bye! Stammi bene, ciao!
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