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91 [ninety-one]

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91 [nittien]

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. K--s-je---t---ir --dre--ær-- -or-e-. K______ d__ b___ b____ v__ i m______ K-n-k-e d-t b-i- b-d-e v-r i m-r-e-. ------------------------------------ Kanskje det blir bedre vær i morgen. 0
How do you know that? Hvo-d-n -et ----e-? H______ v__ d_ d___ H-o-d-n v-t d- d-t- ------------------- Hvordan vet du det? 0
I hope that it gets better. J-g h--e- -t-d---bl---b-d-e. J__ h____ a_ d__ b___ b_____ J-g h-p-r a- d-t b-i- b-d-e- ---------------------------- Jeg håper at det blir bedre. 0
He will definitely come. Ha- -o--e- he-t---k-er-. H__ k_____ h___ s_______ H-n k-m-e- h-l- s-k-e-t- ------------------------ Han kommer helt sikkert. 0
Are you sure? E- -et ---k-rt? E_ d__ s_______ E- d-t s-k-e-t- --------------- Er det sikkert? 0
I know that he’ll come. J-g v----- ha---o-m--. J__ v__ a_ h__ k______ J-g v-t a- h-n k-m-e-. ---------------------- Jeg vet at han kommer. 0
He’ll definitely call. Han ri-ger--ikk-r-. H__ r_____ s_______ H-n r-n-e- s-k-e-t- ------------------- Han ringer sikkert. 0
Really? Virk----? V________ V-r-e-i-? --------- Virkelig? 0
I believe that he’ll call. Je- -r-r -at)-h-- ri-ge-. J__ t___ (___ h__ r______ J-g t-o- (-t- h-n r-n-e-. ------------------------- Jeg tror (at) han ringer. 0
The wine is definitely old. V--e-----s-kke----a-m--. V____ e_ s______ g______ V-n-n e- s-k-e-t g-m-e-. ------------------------ Vinen er sikkert gammel. 0
Do you know that for sure? V-t-d- -e- -ed ---k-rh-t? V__ d_ d__ m__ s_________ V-t d- d-t m-d s-k-e-h-t- ------------------------- Vet du det med sikkerhet? 0
I think that he is old. Jeg----ar -t den-e- --m---. J__ a____ a_ d__ e_ g______ J-g a-t-r a- d-n e- g-m-e-. --------------------------- Jeg antar at den er gammel. 0
Our boss is good-looking. Sj-f-n vår---r ---tt-ut. 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-nes --? S____ d__ S-n-s d-? --------- Synes du? 0
I find him very handsome. J---s-n-s -- -an-s-r--eldig --o-- -t. J__ s____ a_ h__ s__ v_____ f____ u__ J-g s-n-s a- h-n s-r v-l-i- f-o-t u-. ------------------------------------- Jeg synes at han ser veldig flott ut. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. S-ef---h---si-k-r--en -j-r-st-. S_____ h__ s______ e_ k________ S-e-e- h-r s-k-e-t e- k-æ-e-t-. ------------------------------- Sjefen har sikkert en kjæreste. 0
Do you really think so? Tro--d---et? T___ d_ d___ T-o- d- d-t- ------------ Tror du det? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. D---e---o-t--ul-- -- -a- h-- en-kj--est-. D__ e_ g___ m____ a_ h__ h__ e_ k________ D-t e- g-d- m-l-g a- h-n h-r e- k-æ-e-t-. ----------------------------------------- Det er godt mulig at han har en kjæreste. 0

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