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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [kilencvenegy]

Hogy-kezdetű mellékmondatok 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. A---dő --lán---b- -e--------p. A- i-- t---- j--- l--- h------ A- i-ő t-l-n j-b- l-s- h-l-a-. ------------------------------ Az idő talán jobb lesz holnap. 0
How do you know that? H---an-t-d--? H----- t----- H-n-a- t-d-a- ------------- Honnan tudja? 0
I hope that it gets better. R---l-m--h--y----b--es-. R------- h--- j--- l---- R-m-l-m- h-g- j-b- l-s-. ------------------------ Remélem, hogy jobb lesz. 0
He will definitely come. B-z---an -ön. B------- j--- B-z-o-a- j-n- ------------- Biztosan jön. 0
Are you sure? B-----? B------ B-z-o-? ------- Biztos? 0
I know that he’ll come. Tu-o-- ---- jön. T----- h--- j--- T-d-m- h-g- j-n- ---------------- Tudom, hogy jön. 0
He’ll definitely call. Biz---a- --lhív. B------- f------ B-z-o-a- f-l-í-. ---------------- Biztosan felhív. 0
Really? Valóban? V------- V-l-b-n- -------- Valóban? 0
I believe that he’ll call. Azt -is--m- hog----lh-v. A-- h------ h--- f------ A-t h-s-e-, h-g- f-l-í-. ------------------------ Azt hiszem, hogy felhív. 0
The wine is definitely old. A-bor--i-tosa--rég-. A b-- b------- r---- A b-r b-z-o-a- r-g-. -------------------- A bor biztosan régi. 0
Do you know that for sure? Ezt--on--sa---ud-a? E-- p------- t----- E-t p-n-o-a- t-d-a- ------------------- Ezt pontosan tudja? 0
I think that he is old. Fe----e--z-m,-ho-y-r-gi. F------------ h--- r---- F-l-é-e-e-e-, h-g- r-g-. ------------------------ Feltételezem, hogy régi. 0
Our boss is good-looking. A -őnök--k-jó--n-- k-. A f------- j-- n-- k-- A f-n-k-n- j-l n-z k-. ---------------------- A főnökünk jól néz ki. 0
Do you think so? Úg- talá-ja? Ú-- t------- Ú-y t-l-l-a- ------------ Úgy találja? 0
I find him very handsome. S-t-ú---tal----- h--y n-gyon -ó- n-z k-. S-- ú-- t------- h--- n----- j-- n-- k-- S-t ú-y t-l-l-m- h-g- n-g-o- j-l n-z k-. ---------------------------------------- Sőt úgy találom, hogy nagyon jól néz ki. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. A-------e- biz--s va- --rátnőj-. A f------- b----- v-- b--------- A f-n-k-e- b-z-o- v-n b-r-t-ő-e- -------------------------------- A főnöknek biztos van barátnője. 0
Do you really think so? Va-óba--a-t ---d-lja? V------ a-- g-------- V-l-b-n a-t g-n-o-j-? --------------------- Valóban azt gondolja? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. Na-yo---e-et-ég--,-ho-y van -ar--n--e. N----- l---------- h--- v-- b--------- N-g-o- l-h-t-é-e-, h-g- v-n b-r-t-ő-e- -------------------------------------- Nagyon lehetséges, hogy van barátnője. 0

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