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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [devyniasdešimt vienas]

Šalutiniai sakiniai su kad 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. Ga-b-t-r---j or----us g-resnis. Galbūt rytoj oras bus geresnis. G-l-ū- r-t-j o-a- b-s g-r-s-i-. ------------------------------- Galbūt rytoj oras bus geresnis. 0
How do you know that? Iš --- -j--) -ai---not-? Iš kur (jūs) tai žinote? I- k-r (-ū-) t-i ž-n-t-? ------------------------ Iš kur (jūs) tai žinote? 0
I hope that it gets better. (----t-k---si- -a---is b-s--e----is. (Aš) tikiuosi, kad jis bus geresnis. (-š- t-k-u-s-, k-d j-s b-s g-r-s-i-. ------------------------------------ (Aš) tikiuosi, kad jis bus geresnis. 0
He will definitely come. J---t-k--i---ei-. Jis tikrai ateis. J-s t-k-a- a-e-s- ----------------- Jis tikrai ateis. 0
Are you sure? A--t--rai? Ar tikrai? A- t-k-a-? ---------- Ar tikrai? 0
I know that he’ll come. (-š---i-a-,---d jis ---i-. (Aš) žinau, kad jis ateis. (-š- ž-n-u- k-d j-s a-e-s- -------------------------- (Aš) žinau, kad jis ateis. 0
He’ll definitely call. J-s-tik-----a------ns. Jis tikrai paskambins. J-s t-k-a- p-s-a-b-n-. ---------------------- Jis tikrai paskambins. 0
Really? Ti-rai? Tikrai? T-k-a-? ------- Tikrai? 0
I believe that he’ll call. (Aš- ma-au----ikiu- -a- -i---as---b-ns. (Aš) manau / tikiu, kad jis paskambins. (-š- m-n-u / t-k-u- k-d j-s p-s-a-b-n-. --------------------------------------- (Aš) manau / tikiu, kad jis paskambins. 0
The wine is definitely old. Vy-a--(y-a-----ra---en-s. Vynas (yra) tikrai senas. V-n-s (-r-) t-k-a- s-n-s- ------------------------- Vynas (yra) tikrai senas. 0
Do you know that for sure? A- (jūs)-tai -i-r----i---e? Ar (jūs) tai tikrai žinote? A- (-ū-) t-i t-k-a- ž-n-t-? --------------------------- Ar (jūs) tai tikrai žinote? 0
I think that he is old. (-š) -p-ju- k-- -is-s-na-. (Aš) spėju, kad jis senas. (-š- s-ė-u- k-d j-s s-n-s- -------------------------- (Aš) spėju, kad jis senas. 0
Our boss is good-looking. M-s----fas ------at--do. Mūsų šefas gerai atrodo. M-s- š-f-s g-r-i a-r-d-. ------------------------ Mūsų šefas gerai atrodo. 0
Do you think so? (Jū----a-- m-n---? (Jūs) taip manote? (-ū-) t-i- m-n-t-? ------------------ (Jūs) taip manote? 0
I find him very handsome. (----m-na-, k-- -i------la-a- ge-a- atrod-. (Aš) manau, kad jis net labai gerai atrodo. (-š- m-n-u- k-d j-s n-t l-b-i g-r-i a-r-d-. ------------------------------------------- (Aš) manau, kad jis net labai gerai atrodo. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. Šefas--i--i-u-i-- --ri -r----. Šefas tikriausiai turi draugę. Š-f-s t-k-i-u-i-i t-r- d-a-g-. ------------------------------ Šefas tikriausiai turi draugę. 0
Do you really think so? Ar t----- ---p--an-t-? Ar tikrai taip manote? A- t-k-a- t-i- m-n-t-? ---------------------- Ar tikrai taip manote? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. Gali --ti,-kad-j-s tu---dr-u-ę. Gali būti, kad jis turi draugę. G-l- b-t-, k-d j-s t-r- d-a-g-. ------------------------------- Gali būti, kad jis turi draugę. 0

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