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Zavisne rečenice sa da 1

91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [devedeset i jedan]


Zavisne rečenice sa da 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. Vr----- ć- s---- m---- b--- b----. Vrijeme će sutra možda biti bolje. 0 +
How do you know that? Od---- t- z----? Odakle to znate? 0 +
I hope that it gets better. Na--- s- d- ć- b--- b----. Nadam se da će biti bolje. 0 +
He will definitely come. On d----- s----- s------. On dolazi sasvim sigurno. 0 +
Are you sure? Je l- t- s------? Je li to sigurno? 0 +
I know that he’ll come. Zn-- d- o- d-----. Znam da on dolazi. 0 +
He’ll definitely call. On ć- s------ n------. On će sigurno nazvati. 0 +
Really? St-----? Stvarno? 0 +
I believe that he’ll call. Vj------ d- ć- o- n------. Vjerujem da će on nazvati. 0 +
The wine is definitely old. Vi-- j- s------ s----. Vino je sigurno staro. 0 +
Do you know that for sure? Zn--- l- t- s------? Znate li to sigurno? 0 +
I think that it is old. Pr------------ d- j- s----. Pretpostavljam da je staro. 0 +
Our boss is good-looking. Na- š-- d---- i------. Naš šef dobro izgleda. 0 +
Do you think so? Sm------ l-? Smatrate li? 0 +
I find him very handsome. Sm----- d- o- č-- v--- d---- i------. Smatram da on čak vrlo dobro izgleda. 0 +
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. Še- s------ i-- d-------. Šef sigurno ima djevojku. 0 +
Do you really think so? Vj------- l- s------? Vjerujete li stvarno? 0 +
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. Sa---- j- m----- d- o- i-- d-------. Sasvim je moguće da on ima djevojku. 0 +

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