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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [nittiein]

Leddsetningar med at 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. K------ det-b-ir-be-re -êr-- m-r---. K______ d__ b___ b____ v__ i m______ K-n-k-e d-t b-i- b-t-e v-r i m-r-o-. ------------------------------------ Kanskje det blir betre vêr i morgon. 0
How do you know that? K-r-ei---e-------e-? K______ v___ d_ d___ K-r-e-s v-i- d- d-t- -------------------- Korleis veit du det? 0
I hope that it gets better. E---åp-- det--l-r--et--. E_ h____ d__ b___ b_____ E- h-p-r d-t b-i- b-t-e- ------------------------ Eg håpar det blir betre. 0
He will definitely come. H-- k--m --ilt s-kk-r-. H__ k___ h____ s_______ H-n k-e- h-i-t s-k-e-t- ----------------------- Han kjem heilt sikkert. 0
Are you sure? Er-det-si---rt? E_ d__ s_______ E- d-t s-k-e-t- --------------- Er det sikkert? 0
I know that he’ll come. Eg ---t -t-ha- kjem. E_ v___ a_ h__ k____ E- v-i- a- h-n k-e-. -------------------- Eg veit at han kjem. 0
He’ll definitely call. H-- r-n--er-s-kk--t. H__ r______ s_______ H-n r-n-j-r s-k-e-t- -------------------- Han ringjer sikkert. 0
Really? Er-----sa-t? E_ d__ s____ E- d-t s-n-? ------------ Er det sant? 0
I believe that he’ll call. Eg---ur-(----h-n-r-ngj--. E_ t___ (___ h__ r_______ E- t-u- (-t- h-n r-n-j-r- ------------------------- Eg trur (at) han ringjer. 0
The wine is definitely old. V-n-- ---sik-e-t ga--l. V____ e_ s______ g_____ V-n-n e- s-k-e-t g-m-l- ----------------------- Vinen er sikkert gamal. 0
Do you know that for sure? V-i- ---det sikke-t? V___ d_ d__ s_______ V-i- d- d-t s-k-e-t- -------------------- Veit du det sikkert? 0
I think that he is old. Eg g-r u- fr---t--an -r g---l. E_ g__ u_ f__ a_ h__ e_ g_____ E- g-r u- f-å a- h-n e- g-m-l- ------------------------------ Eg går ut frå at han er gamal. 0
Our boss is good-looking. Sjef---v---ser--lott u-. S_____ v__ s__ f____ u__ S-e-e- v-r s-r f-o-t u-. ------------------------ Sjefen vår ser flott ut. 0
Do you think so? S--e---d- d-t? S_____ d_ d___ S-n-s- d- d-t- -------------- Synest du det? 0
I find him very handsome. E- --nest--t-h-n -------d-- fl-t--ut. E_ s_____ a_ h__ s__ v_____ f____ u__ E- s-n-s- a- h-n s-r v-l-i- f-o-t u-. ------------------------------------- Eg synest at han ser veldig flott ut. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. S----n ------k------i- -j-----. S_____ h__ s______ e__ k_______ S-e-e- h-r s-k-e-t e-n k-æ-a-t- ------------------------------- Sjefen har sikkert ein kjærast. 0
Do you really think so? T-------det? T___ d_ d___ T-u- d- d-t- ------------ Trur du det? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. D-- e--g-d-------g-at --n ha- --n k-ærast. D__ e_ g___ m_____ a_ h__ h__ e__ k_______ D-t e- g-d- m-g-e- a- h-n h-r e-n k-æ-a-t- ------------------------------------------ Det er godt mogleg at han har ein kjærast. 0

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