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Oração subordinada com que 1

91 [ninety-one]

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Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [noventa e um]


Oração subordinada com que 1

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. O t---- t----- m------ a-----. O tempo talvez melhore amanhã. 0 +
How do you know that? Co-- é q-- v--- s--- i---? Como é que você sabe isso? 0 +
I hope that it gets better. Eu e----- q-- m------. Eu espero que melhore. 0 +
He will definitely come. El- v-- d- c------. Ele vem de certeza. 0 +
Are you sure? De c------? De certeza? 0 +
I know that he’ll come. Eu s-- q-- e-- v--. Eu sei que ele vem. 0 +
He’ll definitely call. El- d- c------ q-- v-- t--------. Ele de certeza que vai telefonar. 0 +
Really? Ve-----? Verdade? 0 +
I believe that he’ll call. Eu a------- q-- e-- v-- t--------. Eu acredito que ele vai telefonar. 0 +
The wine is definitely old. O v---- é v---- c-- c------. O vinho é velho com certeza. 0 +
Do you know that for sure? Te- a c------? Tem a certeza? 0 +
I think that it is old. Eu s------ q-- s--- v----. Eu suponho que seja velho. 0 +
Our boss is good-looking. O n---- c---- é b-----. O nosso chefe é bonito. 0 +
Do you think so? Ac--? Acha? 0 +
I find him very handsome. Ac-- q-- e-- é r-------- m---- b-----. Acho que ele é realmente muito bonito. 0 +
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. O c---- t-- d- c------ u-- n-------. O chefe tem de certeza uma namorada. 0 +
Do you really think so? Ac-- m----? Acha mesmo? 0 +
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. É b-- p------- q-- e-- t---- u-- n-------. É bem possível que ele tenha uma namorada. 0 +

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