en Subordinate clauses: that 1   »   nl Bijzinnen met dat 1

91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [eenennegentig]

Bijzinnen met dat 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. Het wee--w-r-- m--g-- m--s---en---ter. H__ w___ w____ m_____ m________ b_____ H-t w-e- w-r-t m-r-e- m-s-c-i-n b-t-r- -------------------------------------- Het weer wordt morgen misschien beter. 0
How do you know that? Hoe----t u-d-t? H__ w___ u d___ H-e w-e- u d-t- --------------- Hoe weet u dat? 0
I hope that it gets better. Ik ho-p-da- --t b---r---r-t. I_ h___ d__ h__ b____ w_____ I- h-o- d-t h-t b-t-r w-r-t- ---------------------------- Ik hoop dat het beter wordt. 0
He will definitely come. Hij -o-- --e-----er. H__ k___ h___ z_____ H-j k-m- h-e- z-k-r- -------------------- Hij komt heel zeker. 0
Are you sure? I- da- zeker? I_ d__ z_____ I- d-t z-k-r- ------------- Is dat zeker? 0
I know that he’ll come. I- --et dat --j-komt. I_ w___ d__ h__ k____ I- w-e- d-t h-j k-m-. --------------------- Ik weet dat hij komt. 0
He’ll definitely call. Hij ---- zeke--o-. H__ b___ z____ o__ H-j b-l- z-k-r o-. ------------------ Hij belt zeker op. 0
Really? W--ke-i-k? W_________ W-r-e-i-k- ---------- Werkelijk? 0
I believe that he’ll call. I--gel------t -ij ----l-. I_ g_____ d__ h__ o______ I- g-l-o- d-t h-j o-b-l-. ------------------------- Ik geloof dat hij opbelt. 0
The wine is definitely old. De--ijn-is -eker-o--. D_ w___ i_ z____ o___ D- w-j- i- z-k-r o-d- --------------------- De wijn is zeker oud. 0
Do you know that for sure? W--- - dat -e-e-? W___ u d__ z_____ W-e- u d-t z-k-r- ----------------- Weet u dat zeker? 0
I think that he is old. Ik ----o-d---t-h-- ----i-. I_ v______ d__ h__ o__ i__ I- v-r-o-d d-t h-j o-d i-. -------------------------- Ik vermoed dat hij oud is. 0
Our boss is good-looking. Onze--he--z--t----go---u-t. O___ c___ z___ e_ g___ u___ O-z- c-e- z-e- e- g-e- u-t- --------------------------- Onze chef ziet er goed uit. 0
Do you think so? Vin-t -? V____ u_ V-n-t u- -------- Vindt u? 0
I find him very handsome. I- -i-- d------ -- z--f- -e----oe- uit-i-t. I_ v___ d__ h__ e_ z____ z___ g___ u_______ I- v-n- d-t h-j e- z-l-s z-e- g-e- u-t-i-t- ------------------------------------------- Ik vind dat hij er zelfs zeer goed uitziet. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. De c-e- he-f--zeke- een -r-e-d-n. D_ c___ h____ z____ e__ v________ D- c-e- h-e-t z-k-r e-n v-i-n-i-. --------------------------------- De chef heeft zeker een vriendin. 0
Do you really think so? D-n---u--a--e-h-? D____ u d__ e____ D-n-t u d-t e-h-? ----------------- Denkt u dat echt? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. Het -- g-ed-m--e-i---dat--i- ee- ---en-----e-ft. H__ i_ g___ m_______ d__ h__ e__ v_______ h_____ H-t i- g-e- m-g-l-j- d-t h-j e-n v-i-n-i- h-e-t- ------------------------------------------------ Het is goed mogelijk dat hij een vriendin heeft. 0

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