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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [üheksakümmend üks]

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. I------eb--õ-b-ol-- ----e ----maks. Ilm läheb võib-olla homme paremaks. I-m l-h-b v-i---l-a h-m-e p-r-m-k-. ----------------------------------- Ilm läheb võib-olla homme paremaks. 0
How do you know that? Ku-- -e--eate-seda? Kust te teate seda? K-s- t- t-a-e s-d-? ------------------- Kust te teate seda? 0
I hope that it gets better. M--l-oda-- -- --e--ä-e- parem--s. Ma loodan, et see läheb paremaks. M- l-o-a-, e- s-e l-h-b p-r-m-k-. --------------------------------- Ma loodan, et see läheb paremaks. 0
He will definitely come. T- -u--b-pä--s-k-n--al-. Ta tuleb päris kindlalt. T- t-l-b p-r-s k-n-l-l-. ------------------------ Ta tuleb päris kindlalt. 0
Are you sure? On--ee k-nd--? On see kindel? O- s-e k-n-e-? -------------- On see kindel? 0
I know that he’ll come. M--t-an,-e- t--t-l-b. Ma tean, et ta tuleb. M- t-a-, e- t- t-l-b- --------------------- Ma tean, et ta tuleb. 0
He’ll definitely call. T--h-l------k--dl-sti. Ta helistab kindlasti. T- h-l-s-a- k-n-l-s-i- ---------------------- Ta helistab kindlasti. 0
Really? T--s-i? Tõesti? T-e-t-? ------- Tõesti? 0
I believe that he’ll call. Ma --van,--t--a ---i-ta-. Ma arvan, et ta helistab. M- a-v-n- e- t- h-l-s-a-. ------------------------- Ma arvan, et ta helistab. 0
The wine is definitely old. See -e-n-on-ki-d----- v-na. See vein on kindlasti vana. S-e v-i- o- k-n-l-s-i v-n-. --------------------------- See vein on kindlasti vana. 0
Do you know that for sure? T-ate ------- ----lalt? Teate te seda kindlalt? T-a-e t- s-d- k-n-l-l-? ----------------------- Teate te seda kindlalt? 0
I think that he is old. Ma -ak-n--e--s----n ---a. Ma pakun, et see on vana. M- p-k-n- e- s-e o- v-n-. ------------------------- Ma pakun, et see on vana. 0
Our boss is good-looking. M--------u- näeb h-- ---j-. Meie ülemus näeb hea välja. M-i- ü-e-u- n-e- h-a v-l-a- --------------------------- Meie ülemus näeb hea välja. 0
Do you think so? Arvat-? Arvate? A-v-t-? ------- Arvate? 0
I find him very handsome. Ma--r------t--a-näeb--au-- --g----- v-lj-. Ma arvan, et ta näeb lausa väga hea välja. M- a-v-n- e- t- n-e- l-u-a v-g- h-a v-l-a- ------------------------------------------ Ma arvan, et ta näeb lausa väga hea välja. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. Ü-e--sel-on----dla-ti-t----ksõ--r. Ülemusel on kindlasti tüdruksõber. Ü-e-u-e- o- k-n-l-s-i t-d-u-s-b-r- ---------------------------------- Ülemusel on kindlasti tüdruksõber. 0
Do you really think so? Ar-----tõ-s--? Arvate tõesti? A-v-t- t-e-t-? -------------- Arvate tõesti? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. See-o- --r-s-t----ol------t---l----t--ru--õb--. See on päris tõenäoline, et tal on tüdruksõber. S-e o- p-r-s t-e-ä-l-n-, e- t-l o- t-d-u-s-b-r- ----------------------------------------------- See on päris tõenäoline, et tal on tüdruksõber. 0

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