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en Subordinate clauses: that 1   »   it Frasi secondarie con che 1

91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [novantuno]

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. F-------ma-i ---t--------- migli---. F____ d_____ i_ t____ s___ m________ F-r-e d-m-n- i- t-m-o s-r- m-g-i-r-. ------------------------------------ Forse domani il tempo sarà migliore. 0
How do you know that? C--e--a-a -ap-rlo? C___ f_ a s_______ C-m- f- a s-p-r-o- ------------------ Come fa a saperlo? 0
I hope that it gets better. S--ro------igl--r-. S____ c__ m________ S-e-o c-e m-g-i-r-. ------------------- Spero che migliori. 0
He will definitely come. Vi--e-----r------. V____ s___________ V-e-e s-c-r-m-n-e- ------------------ Viene sicuramente. 0
Are you sure? È-sicu--? È s______ È s-c-r-? --------- È sicuro? 0
I know that he’ll come. So--he---e-e. S_ c__ v_____ S- c-e v-e-e- ------------- So che viene. 0
He’ll definitely call. T-le--na-s-cu--men--. T_______ s___________ T-l-f-n- s-c-r-m-n-e- --------------------- Telefona sicuramente. 0
Really? V-r-m--t-? V_________ V-r-m-n-e- ---------- Veramente? 0
I believe that he’ll call. Credo--h- tel-fo-i. C____ c__ t________ C-e-o c-e t-l-f-n-. ------------------- Credo che telefoni. 0
The wine is definitely old. I---i-o è-ce--am-n-e----e--h---o. I_ v___ è c_________ i___________ I- v-n- è c-r-a-e-t- i-v-c-h-a-o- --------------------------------- Il vino è certamente invecchiato. 0
Do you know that for sure? L--s- -- -icu-o? L_ s_ d_ s______ L- s- d- s-c-r-? ---------------- Lo sa di sicuro? 0
I think that he is old. S-ppongo --e---- ---e--hia-o. S_______ c__ s__ i___________ S-p-o-g- c-e s-a i-v-c-h-a-o- ----------------------------- Suppongo che sia invecchiato. 0
Our boss is good-looking. Il--o---o--i-o---- ha u- ---l’asp-tto. I_ n_____ t_______ h_ u_ b____________ I- n-s-r- t-t-l-r- h- u- b-l-’-s-e-t-. -------------------------------------- Il nostro titolare ha un bell’aspetto. 0
Do you think so? L-- t--v-? L__ t_____ L-i t-o-a- ---------- Lei trova? 0
I find him very handsome. T-o---c-- abbi- a-d--i---r- -n-ott-mo -sp---o. T____ c__ a____ a__________ u_ o_____ a_______ T-o-o c-e a-b-a a-d-r-t-u-a u- o-t-m- a-p-t-o- ---------------------------------------------- Trovo che abbia addirittura un ottimo aspetto. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. I- ti--lar- ha -ert-m---e-u-a --ga---. I_ t_______ h_ c_________ u__ r_______ I- t-t-l-r- h- c-r-a-e-t- u-a r-g-z-a- -------------------------------------- Il titolare ha certamente una ragazza. 0
Do you really think so? L- cred--ve-a-----? L_ c____ v_________ L- c-e-e v-r-m-n-e- ------------------- Lo crede veramente? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. È --l-o p---a--l--che-a-b-a -na-rag-z--. È m____ p________ c__ a____ u__ r_______ È m-l-o p-o-a-i-e c-e a-b-a u-a r-g-z-a- ---------------------------------------- È molto probabile che abbia una ragazza. 0

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