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en Subordinate clauses: that 1   »   af Bysinne met dat 1

91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [een en negentig]

Bysinne met dat 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. D-- w-er--o-- m-re--is-i-- --ter. D-- w--- w--- m--- m------ b----- D-e w-e- w-r- m-r- m-s-i-n b-t-r- --------------------------------- Die weer word môre miskien beter. 0
How do you know that? Hoe --e--u----? H-- w--- u d--- H-e w-e- u d-t- --------------- Hoe weet u dit? 0
I hope that it gets better. Ek----p -a------b--er---rd. E- h--- d-- d-- b---- w---- E- h-o- d-t d-t b-t-r w-r-. --------------------------- Ek hoop dat dit beter word. 0
He will definitely come. Hy---m-b--l--. H- k-- b------ H- k-m b-s-i-. -------------- Hy kom beslis. 0
Are you sure? Is-----ek-r? I- j- s----- I- j- s-k-r- ------------ Is jy seker? 0
I know that he’ll come. Ek---e- d-- h- -o-. E- w--- d-- h- k--- E- w-e- d-t h- k-m- ------------------- Ek weet dat hy kom. 0
He’ll definitely call. H---al----l-s be-. H- s-- b----- b--- H- s-l b-s-i- b-l- ------------------ Hy sal beslis bel. 0
Really? W-r-lik? W------- W-r-l-k- -------- Werklik? 0
I believe that he’ll call. E--gl- dat--- sa- -el. E- g-- d-- h- s-- b--- E- g-o d-t h- s-l b-l- ---------------------- Ek glo dat hy sal bel. 0
The wine is definitely old. D-------i- se-e- ou-. D-- w-- i- s---- o--- D-e w-n i- s-k-r o-d- --------------------- Die wyn is seker oud. 0
Do you know that for sure? W-e--jy -i- v-o- jou siel? W--- j- d-- v--- j-- s---- W-e- j- d-t v-o- j-u s-e-? -------------------------- Weet jy dit voor jou siel? 0
I think that he is old. Ek---rm-ed d-t di- o-d is. E- v------ d-- d-- o-- i-- E- v-r-o-d d-t d-t o-d i-. -------------------------- Ek vermoed dat dit oud is. 0
Our boss is good-looking. On- b-----s-a----e--ik. O-- b--- i- a---------- O-s b-a- i- a-n-r-k-i-. ----------------------- Ons baas is aantreklik. 0
Do you think so? D-n- -y s-? D--- j- s-- D-n- j- s-? ----------- Dink jy so? 0
I find him very handsome. Ek-di---da- hy -ai-----t--k-ik --. E- d--- d-- h- b--- a--------- i-- E- d-n- d-t h- b-i- a-n-r-k-i- i-. ---------------------------------- Ek dink dat hy baie aantreklik is. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. D---b-----et b-sli--’-----s-e. D-- b--- h-- b----- ’- m------ D-e b-a- h-t b-s-i- ’- m-i-i-. ------------------------------ Die baas het beslis ’n meisie. 0
Do you really think so? D--k-j-----kli- so? D--- j- w------ s-- D-n- j- w-r-l-k s-? ------------------- Dink jy werklik so? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. Di- -s-h--- --on-l-k d-- hy ’n-m---i---e-. D-- i- h--- m------- d-- h- ’- m----- h--- D-t i- h-e- m-o-t-i- d-t h- ’- m-i-i- h-t- ------------------------------------------ Dit is heel moontlik dat hy ’n meisie het. 0

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