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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [eenennegentig]


Bijzinnen met dat 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. He- w--- w---- m----- m-------- b----. Het weer wordt morgen misschien beter. 0 +
How do you know that? Ho- w--- u d--? Hoe weet u dat? 0 +
I hope that it gets better. Ik h--- d-- h-- b---- w----. Ik hoop dat het beter wordt. 0 +
He will definitely come. Hi- k--- h--- z----. Hij komt heel zeker. 0 +
Are you sure? Is d-- z----? Is dat zeker? 0 +
I know that he’ll come. Ik w--- d-- h-- k---. Ik weet dat hij komt. 0 +
He’ll definitely call. Hi- b--- z---- o-. Hij belt zeker op. 0 +
Really? We-------? Werkelijk? 0 +
I believe that he’ll call. Ik g----- d-- h-- o-----. Ik geloof dat hij opbelt. 0 +
The wine is definitely old. De w--- i- z---- o--. De wijn is zeker oud. 0 +
Do you know that for sure? We-- u d-- z----? Weet u dat zeker? 0 +
I think that it is old. Ik v------ d-- h-- o-- i-. Ik vermoed dat hij oud is. 0 +
Our boss is good-looking. On-- c--- z--- e- g--- u--. Onze chef ziet er goed uit. 0 +
Do you think so? Vi--- u? Vindt u? 0 +
I find him very handsome. Ik v--- d-- h-- e- z---- z--- g--- u------. Ik vind dat hij er zelfs zeer goed uitziet. 0 +
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. De c--- h---- z---- e-- v-------. De chef heeft zeker een vriendin. 0 +
Do you really think so? De--- u d-- e---? Denkt u dat echt? 0 +
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. He- i- g--- m------- d-- h-- e-- v------- h----. Het is goed mogelijk dat hij een vriendin heeft. 0 +

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