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Vedlejší věty s že 1

91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [devadesát jedna]


Vedlejší věty s že 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. Zí--- b--- s--- l---- p-----. Zítra bude snad lepší počasí. 0 +
How do you know that? Ja- t- v---? Jak to víte? 0 +
I hope that it gets better. Do----- ž- b--- l----. Doufám, že bude lepší. 0 +
He will definitely come. Ur---- p-----. Určitě přijde. 0 +
Are you sure? Je t- j----? Je to jisté? 0 +
I know that he’ll come. Ví-- ž- p-----. Vím, že přijde. 0 +
He’ll definitely call. Ur---- z-----. Určitě zavolá. 0 +
Really? Op-----? Opravdu? 0 +
I believe that he’ll call. Vě---- ž- z-----. Věřím, že zavolá. 0 +
The wine is definitely old. To v--- j- u----- s----. To víno je určitě staré. 0 +
Do you know that for sure? Ví-- t- j----? Víte to jistě? 0 +
I think that it is old. Př----------- ž- j- s----. Předpokládám, že je staré. 0 +
Our boss is good-looking. Ná- š-- v----- d----. Náš šéf vypadá dobře. 0 +
Do you think so? My-----? Myslíte? 0 +
I find him very handsome. Já m------ ž- v----- d------ v---- d----. Já myslím, že vypadá dokonce velmi dobře. 0 +
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. Šé- m- u----- n------ p---------. Šéf má určitě nějakou přítelkyni. 0 +
Do you really think so? Op----- t--- v-----? Opravdu tomu věříte? 0 +
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. Je d--- d---- m----- ž- m- n------ p---------. Je dost dobře možné, že má nějakou přítelkyni. 0 +

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