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85 [eighty-five]

Questions – Past tense 1

Questions – Past tense 1

85 [femogfirs]

Spørgsmål – datid 1

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How much did you drink? Hvo----ge--h---d- d-u-k-t? H___ m____ h__ d_ d_______ H-o- m-g-t h-r d- d-u-k-t- -------------------------- Hvor meget har du drukket? 0
How much did you work? H-or m-g-t ha- du --be----? H___ m____ h__ d_ a________ H-o- m-g-t h-r d- a-b-j-e-? --------------------------- Hvor meget har du arbejdet? 0
How much did you write? Hvor m--e----r----sk--v--? H___ m____ h__ d_ s_______ H-o- m-g-t h-r d- s-r-v-t- -------------------------- Hvor meget har du skrevet? 0
How did you sleep? Hv-r-an---- du---v--? H______ h__ d_ s_____ H-o-d-n h-r d- s-v-t- --------------------- Hvordan har du sovet? 0
How did you pass the exam? Hv--dan-har -u--eståe--p-øven? H______ h__ d_ b______ p______ H-o-d-n h-r d- b-s-å-t p-ø-e-? ------------------------------ Hvordan har du bestået prøven? 0
How did you find the way? H-orda- --r-du -unde----j? H______ h__ d_ f_____ v___ H-o-d-n h-r d- f-n-e- v-j- -------------------------- Hvordan har du fundet vej? 0
Who did you speak to? Hv--------u s-a-ke- me-? H___ h__ d_ s______ m___ H-e- h-r d- s-a-k-t m-d- ------------------------ Hvem har du snakket med? 0
With whom did you make an appointment? Hve- ha- du-----f-a-e -ed? H___ h__ d_ e_ a_____ m___ H-e- h-r d- e- a-t-l- m-d- -------------------------- Hvem har du en aftale med? 0
With whom did you celebrate your birthday? H-e- h-r d- f---e-----s------ m--? H___ h__ d_ f_____ f_________ m___ H-e- h-r d- f-j-e- f-d-e-s-a- m-d- ---------------------------------- Hvem har du fejret fødselsdag med? 0
Where were you? Hvo- h-- d- --r--? H___ h__ d_ v_____ H-o- h-r d- v-r-t- ------------------ Hvor har du været? 0
Where did you live? Hv---h-- -- ---t? H___ h__ d_ b____ H-o- h-r d- b-e-? ----------------- Hvor har du boet? 0
Where did you work? H-or--a--du arbe-det? H___ h__ d_ a________ H-o- h-r d- a-b-j-e-? --------------------- Hvor har du arbejdet? 0
What did you suggest? Hv---har -- a-b-f--et? H___ h__ d_ a_________ H-a- h-r d- a-b-f-l-t- ---------------------- Hvad har du anbefalet? 0
What did you eat? H-a--har-d- -pis-? H___ h__ d_ s_____ H-a- h-r d- s-i-t- ------------------ Hvad har du spist? 0
What did you come to know? Hvad h-- -u fun-e--u----? H___ h__ d_ f_____ u_ a__ H-a- h-r d- f-n-e- u- a-? ------------------------- Hvad har du fundet ud af? 0
How fast did you drive? Hv-r hur---t ha--du k-rt? H___ h______ h__ d_ k____ H-o- h-r-i-t h-r d- k-r-? ------------------------- Hvor hurtigt har du kørt? 0
How long did you fly? Hvor -æ-ge--ar d- -løj--? H___ l____ h__ d_ f______ H-o- l-n-e h-r d- f-ø-e-? ------------------------- Hvor længe har du fløjet? 0
How high did you jump? H-or --j----- d--s----ge-? H___ h___ h__ d_ s________ H-o- h-j- h-r d- s-r-n-e-? -------------------------- Hvor højt har du sprunget? 0

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