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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [einundneunzig]

Nebensätze mit dass 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. D-s------r-w--d vie-l-ic----o---n---ss--. D-- W----- w--- v--------- m----- b------ D-s W-t-e- w-r- v-e-l-i-h- m-r-e- b-s-e-. ----------------------------------------- Das Wetter wird vielleicht morgen besser. 0
How do you know that? Wo-er w-s-----i--da-? W---- w----- S-- d--- W-h-r w-s-e- S-e d-s- --------------------- Woher wissen Sie das? 0
I hope that it gets better. I-h -o-fe-----s es---ss-r -i-d. I-- h----- d--- e- b----- w---- I-h h-f-e- d-s- e- b-s-e- w-r-. ------------------------------- Ich hoffe, dass es besser wird. 0
He will definitely come. E- kom-- g-nz -es--m--. E- k---- g--- b-------- E- k-m-t g-n- b-s-i-m-. ----------------------- Er kommt ganz bestimmt. 0
Are you sure? I-- das---c--r? I-- d-- s------ I-t d-s s-c-e-? --------------- Ist das sicher? 0
I know that he’ll come. Ic- w---- -ass--r -om-t. I-- w---- d--- e- k----- I-h w-i-, d-s- e- k-m-t- ------------------------ Ich weiß, dass er kommt. 0
He’ll definitely call. Er r-f- besti-mt--n. E- r--- b------- a-- E- r-f- b-s-i-m- a-. -------------------- Er ruft bestimmt an. 0
Really? W-rk-i-h? W-------- W-r-l-c-? --------- Wirklich? 0
I believe that he’ll call. Ich --aube, dass e--a---ft. I-- g------ d--- e- a------ I-h g-a-b-, d-s- e- a-r-f-. --------------------------- Ich glaube, dass er anruft. 0
The wine is definitely old. Der Wein -----ic-e-----. D-- W--- i-- s----- a--- D-r W-i- i-t s-c-e- a-t- ------------------------ Der Wein ist sicher alt. 0
Do you know that for sure? W-s--- Si--d----e--u? W----- S-- d-- g----- W-s-e- S-e d-s g-n-u- --------------------- Wissen Sie das genau? 0
I think that he is old. I-- ----ute- --ss--- a-- --t. I-- v------- d--- e- a-- i--- I-h v-r-u-e- d-s- e- a-t i-t- ----------------------------- Ich vermute, dass er alt ist. 0
Our boss is good-looking. U-s-r-C----s-e---gu- ---. U---- C--- s---- g-- a--- U-s-r C-e- s-e-t g-t a-s- ------------------------- Unser Chef sieht gut aus. 0
Do you think so? F-nden --e? F----- S--- F-n-e- S-e- ----------- Finden Sie? 0
I find him very handsome. Ich--i-de---ass er sogar -e-- gut------e-t. I-- f----- d--- e- s---- s--- g-- a-------- I-h f-n-e- d-s- e- s-g-r s-h- g-t a-s-i-h-. ------------------------------------------- Ich finde, dass er sogar sehr gut aussieht. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. Der -hef--------t---t----e -------n. D-- C--- h-- b------- e--- F-------- D-r C-e- h-t b-s-i-m- e-n- F-e-n-i-. ------------------------------------ Der Chef hat bestimmt eine Freundin. 0
Do you really think so? G-aub-n --- -----i-h? G------ S-- w-------- G-a-b-n S-e w-r-l-c-? --------------------- Glauben Sie wirklich? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. E- i-t ----mög----,-d--- -r -i-- --e--d-n -at. E- i-- g-- m------- d--- e- e--- F------- h--- E- i-t g-t m-g-i-h- d-s- e- e-n- F-e-n-i- h-t- ---------------------------------------------- Es ist gut möglich, dass er eine Freundin hat. 0

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