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Zdania podrzędne z że 1

91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [dziewięćdziesiąt jeden]


Zdania podrzędne z że 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. Mo-- j---- p----- b----- l-----. Może jutro pogoda będzie lepsza. 0 +
How do you know that? Sk-- p-- / p--- t- w--? Skąd pan / pani to wie? 0 +
I hope that it gets better. Ma- n-------- ż- b----- l-----. Mam nadzieję, że będzie lepsza. 0 +
He will definitely come. On p-------- n- p----. On przyjdzie na pewno. 0 +
Are you sure? Cz- t- j--- p----? Czy to jest pewne? 0 +
I know that he’ll come. Wi--- ż- o- p--------. Wiem, że on przyjdzie. 0 +
He’ll definitely call. On n- p---- z-------. On na pewno zadzwoni. 0 +
Really? Na------? Naprawdę? 0 +
I believe that he’ll call. Są---- ż- o- z-------. Sądzę, że on zadzwoni. 0 +
The wine is definitely old. To w--- j--- z p-------- s----. To wino jest z pewnością stare. 0 +
Do you know that for sure? Wi- p-- / p--- t- n- p----? Wie pan / pani to na pewno? 0 +
I think that it is old. Pr----------- ż- o-- j--- s----. Przypuszczam, że ono jest stare. 0 +
Our boss is good-looking. Na-- s--- d----- w------. Nasz szef dobrze wygląda. 0 +
Do you think so? Ta- p-- / p--- u----? Tak pan / pani uważa? 0 +
I find him very handsome. Uw----- ż- o- w------ n---- b----- d-----. Uważam, że on wygląda nawet bardzo dobrze. 0 +
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. Sz-- n- p---- m- d---------. Szef na pewno ma dziewczynę. 0 +
Do you really think so? Ta- p-- / p--- n------- u----? Tak pan / pani naprawdę uważa? 0 +
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. To c------ m------- ż- m- d---------. To całkiem możliwe, że ma dziewczynę. 0 +

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