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91 [ninety-one]

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91 [noventa y uno]

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. Ta--vez h-r--m-jo-----------ñana. Tal vez hará mejor tiempo mañana. T-l v-z h-r- m-j-r t-e-p- m-ñ-n-. --------------------------------- Tal vez hará mejor tiempo mañana.
How do you know that? ¿-ómo lo -abe -us--d-? ¿Cómo lo sabe (usted)? ¿-ó-o l- s-b- (-s-e-)- ---------------------- ¿Cómo lo sabe (usted)?
I hope that it gets better. Es---- --e --g- me-o- --e-po. Espero que haga mejor tiempo. E-p-r- q-e h-g- m-j-r t-e-p-. ----------------------------- Espero que haga mejor tiempo.
He will definitely come. Se-u-o que v--ne. Seguro que viene. S-g-r- q-e v-e-e- ----------------- Seguro que viene.
Are you sure? ¿S---r-? ¿Seguro? ¿-e-u-o- -------- ¿Seguro?
I know that he’ll come. Sé qu--ve---á. Sé que vendrá. S- q-e v-n-r-. -------------- Sé que vendrá.
He’ll definitely call. S-g-ro-que-l-am-. Seguro que llama. S-g-r- q-e l-a-a- ----------------- Seguro que llama.
Really? ¿-e -er-a-? ¿De verdad? ¿-e v-r-a-? ----------- ¿De verdad?
I believe that he’ll call. Cre- q-e l-amará. Creo que llamará. C-e- q-e l-a-a-á- ----------------- Creo que llamará.
The wine is definitely old. E- -in--e- s--urame--e viej-. El vino es seguramente viejo. E- v-n- e- s-g-r-m-n-e v-e-o- ----------------------------- El vino es seguramente viejo.
Do you know that for sure? ¿L- s--- -----d)-co- -e-u--d--? ¿Lo sabe (usted) con seguridad? ¿-o s-b- (-s-e-) c-n s-g-r-d-d- ------------------------------- ¿Lo sabe (usted) con seguridad?
I think that he is old. Cr-- - Su--n------ -s------. Creo / Supongo que es viejo. C-e- / S-p-n-o q-e e- v-e-o- ---------------------------- Creo / Supongo que es viejo.
Our boss is good-looking. Nu-stro-j-fe------ bu-----p-c--. Nuestro jefe tiene buen aspecto. N-e-t-o j-f- t-e-e b-e- a-p-c-o- -------------------------------- Nuestro jefe tiene buen aspecto.
Do you think so? ¿U--ed-cr-e? ¿Usted cree? ¿-s-e- c-e-? ------------ ¿Usted cree?
I find him very handsome. Diría-i-cl-s---ue----ne-muy b-e--aspe-to. Diría incluso que tiene muy buen aspecto. D-r-a i-c-u-o q-e t-e-e m-y b-e- a-p-c-o- ----------------------------------------- Diría incluso que tiene muy buen aspecto.
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. S-guro -u----estro je---ti--- -o--a. Seguro que nuestro jefe tiene novia. S-g-r- q-e n-e-t-o j-f- t-e-e n-v-a- ------------------------------------ Seguro que nuestro jefe tiene novia.
Do you really think so? ¿L-----e-(u----)--e-v-r---? ¿Lo cree (usted) de verdad? ¿-o c-e- (-s-e-) d- v-r-a-? --------------------------- ¿Lo cree (usted) de verdad?
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. Es--uy--os--le-que-t---a n-v-a. Es muy posible que tenga novia. E- m-y p-s-b-e q-e t-n-a n-v-a- ------------------------------- Es muy posible que tenga novia.

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