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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [naŭdek unu]

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. La---te-o eble-pl---niĝ-- -orga-. L_ v_____ e___ p_________ m______ L- v-t-r- e-l- p-i-o-i-o- m-r-a-. --------------------------------- La vetero eble pliboniĝos morgaŭ. 0
How do you know that? D- k----i---ias--ion? D_ k__ v_ s____ t____ D- k-e v- s-i-s t-o-? --------------------- De kie vi scias tion? 0
I hope that it gets better. Mi----era- -e -i-p--b-niĝ-s. M_ e______ k_ ĝ_ p__________ M- e-p-r-s k- ĝ- p-i-o-i-o-. ---------------------------- Mi esperas ke ĝi pliboniĝos. 0
He will definitely come. Li ---t- -en--. L_ c____ v_____ L- c-r-e v-n-s- --------------- Li certe venos. 0
Are you sure? Ĉu -------ta-? Ĉ_ t__ c______ Ĉ- t-o c-r-a-? -------------- Ĉu tio certas? 0
I know that he’ll come. M- ----s--e -- ve-o-. M_ s____ k_ l_ v_____ M- s-i-s k- l- v-n-s- --------------------- Mi scias ke li venos. 0
He’ll definitely call. Li ce--e-voko-. L_ c____ v_____ L- c-r-e v-k-s- --------------- Li certe vokos. 0
Really? Ĉ- v---? Ĉ_ v____ Ĉ- v-r-? -------- Ĉu vere? 0
I believe that he’ll call. M- -----s ---l- vo---. M_ k_____ k_ l_ v_____ M- k-e-a- k- l- v-k-s- ---------------------- Mi kredas ke li vokos. 0
The wine is definitely old. L--v--o---rt---a--ov-s. L_ v___ c____ m________ L- v-n- c-r-e m-l-o-a-. ----------------------- La vino certe malnovas. 0
Do you know that for sure? Ĉu -i--er-----ri -io? Ĉ_ v_ c_____ p__ t___ Ĉ- v- c-r-a- p-i t-o- --------------------- Ĉu vi certas pri tio? 0
I think that he is old. M---up-zas ke -i ma---va-. M_ s______ k_ ĝ_ m________ M- s-p-z-s k- ĝ- m-l-o-a-. -------------------------- Mi supozas ke ĝi malnovas. 0
Our boss is good-looking. N-- e--r- --la-pe----. N__ e____ b___________ N-a e-t-o b-l-s-e-t-s- ---------------------- Nia estro belaspektas. 0
Do you think so? Ĉu-v----i--as-t-on? Ĉ_ v_ o______ t____ Ĉ- v- o-i-i-s t-o-? ------------------- Ĉu vi opinias tion? 0
I find him very handsome. Mi-eĉ--pin-a- -e -i-tr--b----pek-a-. M_ e_ o______ k_ l_ t__ b___________ M- e- o-i-i-s k- l- t-e b-l-s-e-t-s- ------------------------------------ Mi eĉ opinias ke li tre belaspektas. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. La -s--o--ert---avas-ko--m------. L_ e____ c____ h____ k___________ L- e-t-o c-r-e h-v-s k-r-m-k-n-n- --------------------------------- La estro certe havas koramikinon. 0
Do you really think so? Ĉ--v--ver- k--d-s t---? Ĉ_ v_ v___ k_____ t____ Ĉ- v- v-r- k-e-a- t-o-? ----------------------- Ĉu vi vere kredas tion? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. J- -blas -e l- h-v-s k--am---n--. J_ e____ k_ l_ h____ k___________ J- e-l-s k- l- h-v-s k-r-m-k-n-n- --------------------------------- Ja eblas ke li havas koramikinon. 0

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