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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [deviņdesmit viens]

Palīgteikumi ar ka 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. Rīt v-rbūt------a-ā-s--ai--. Rīt varbūt būs labāks laiks. R-t v-r-ū- b-s l-b-k- l-i-s- ---------------------------- Rīt varbūt būs labāks laiks. 0
How do you know that? K- --s-to -i-ā-? Kā Jūs to zināt? K- J-s t- z-n-t- ---------------- Kā Jūs to zināt? 0
I hope that it gets better. E--c-r-,--a-----------bā--. Es ceru, ka tas būs labāks. E- c-r-, k- t-s b-s l-b-k-. --------------------------- Es ceru, ka tas būs labāks. 0
He will definitely come. Viņ--n-t---t--a--āks. Viņš noteikti atnāks. V-ņ- n-t-i-t- a-n-k-. --------------------- Viņš noteikti atnāks. 0
Are you sure? V-i t-s ir-no-eikti? Vai tas ir noteikti? V-i t-s i- n-t-i-t-? -------------------- Vai tas ir noteikti? 0
I know that he’ll come. E----nu- k- v--š -----s. Es zinu, ka viņš atnāks. E- z-n-, k- v-ņ- a-n-k-. ------------------------ Es zinu, ka viņš atnāks. 0
He’ll definitely call. Vi-- -o---kti--iezvanī-. Viņš noteikti piezvanīs. V-ņ- n-t-i-t- p-e-v-n-s- ------------------------ Viņš noteikti piezvanīs. 0
Really? P----š-m? Patiešām? P-t-e-ā-? --------- Patiešām? 0
I believe that he’ll call. E---o-āju- -- viņ--pi--v--īs. Es domāju, ka viņš piezvanīs. E- d-m-j-, k- v-ņ- p-e-v-n-s- ----------------------------- Es domāju, ka viņš piezvanīs. 0
The wine is definitely old. V--s -ot--kti--r vec-. Vīns noteikti ir vecs. V-n- n-t-i-t- i- v-c-. ---------------------- Vīns noteikti ir vecs. 0
Do you know that for sure? V-i jū---o --o-i z-n-t? Vai jūs to droši zināt? V-i j-s t- d-o-i z-n-t- ----------------------- Vai jūs to droši zināt? 0
I think that he is old. E--p--ņ---,--a --s -- vec-. Es pieņemu, ka tas ir vecs. E- p-e-e-u- k- t-s i- v-c-. --------------------------- Es pieņemu, ka tas ir vecs. 0
Our boss is good-looking. Mūs--v-d---j------a-ā--l--i. Mūsu vadītājs izskatās labi. M-s- v-d-t-j- i-s-a-ā- l-b-. ---------------------------- Mūsu vadītājs izskatās labi. 0
Do you think so? Jūs--ā domāj--? Jūs tā domājat? J-s t- d-m-j-t- --------------- Jūs tā domājat? 0
I find him very handsome. E---zska--- k- ---š-iz--a-ās p-t---ti-l-bi. Es uzskatu, ka viņš izskatās pat ļoti labi. E- u-s-a-u- k- v-ņ- i-s-a-ā- p-t ļ-t- l-b-. ------------------------------------------- Es uzskatu, ka viņš izskatās pat ļoti labi. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. V---t--a--n-te--t-------a-dz-ne. Vadītājam noteikti ir draudzene. V-d-t-j-m n-t-i-t- i- d-a-d-e-e- -------------------------------- Vadītājam noteikti ir draudzene. 0
Do you really think so? J----ati--ā- -ā do-ā---? Jūs patiešām tā domājat? J-s p-t-e-ā- t- d-m-j-t- ------------------------ Jūs patiešām tā domājat? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. Ir -i----------ēj---,-k- v-----i---r---zene. Ir pilnīgi iespējams, ka viņam ir draudzene. I- p-l-ī-i i-s-ē-a-s- k- v-ņ-m i- d-a-d-e-e- -------------------------------------------- Ir pilnīgi iespējams, ka viņam ir draudzene. 0

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