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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

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 te-p- tal--z---l--re-am-n-ã. O t____ t_____ m______ a______ O t-m-o t-l-e- m-l-o-e a-a-h-. ------------------------------ O tempo talvez melhore amanhã. 0
How do you know that? C-m- -a---isso? C___ s___ i____ C-m- s-b- i-s-? --------------- Como sabe isso? 0
I hope that it gets better. Eu e--er------m-l---e. E_ e_____ q__ m_______ E- e-p-r- q-e m-l-o-e- ---------------------- Eu espero que melhore. 0
He will definitely come. El------c-m -ert-za. E__ v__ c__ c_______ E-e v-m c-m c-r-e-a- -------------------- Ele vem com certeza. 0
Are you sure? Co--c--tez-? C__ c_______ C-m c-r-e-a- ------------ Com certeza? 0
I know that he’ll come. E---e- -ue-e-e--e-. E_ s__ q__ e__ v___ E- s-i q-e e-e v-m- ------------------- Eu sei que ele vem. 0
He’ll definitely call. Ele --m c--t-za---i te-efo--r. E__ c__ c______ v__ t_________ E-e c-m c-r-e-a v-i t-l-f-n-r- ------------------------------ Ele com certeza vai telefonar. 0
Really? Ve-d---? V_______ V-r-a-e- -------- Verdade? 0
I believe that he’ll call. E- -c------ --e-el----i----e--na-. E_ a_______ q__ e__ v__ t_________ E- a-r-d-t- q-e e-e v-i t-l-f-n-r- ---------------------------------- Eu acredito que ele vai telefonar. 0
The wine is definitely old. O vi-ho----el-o-----c-rt-za. O v____ é v____ c__ c_______ O v-n-o é v-l-o c-m c-r-e-a- ---------------------------- O vinho é velho com certeza. 0
Do you know that for sure? S------s- --m---rt-z-? S___ i___ c__ c_______ S-b- i-s- c-m c-r-e-a- ---------------------- Sabe isso com certeza? 0
I think that he is old. Eu s---------e---j- v--h-. E_ s______ q__ s___ v_____ E- s-p-n-o q-e s-j- v-l-o- -------------------------- Eu suponho que seja velho. 0
Our boss is good-looking. O ----o--hef- est--com --- asp-cto. O n____ c____ e___ c__ b__ a_______ O n-s-o c-e-e e-t- c-m b-m a-p-c-o- ----------------------------------- O nosso chefe está com bom aspecto. 0
Do you think so? A---? A____ A-h-? ----- Acha? 0
I find him very handsome. Ach---u- -ea---nt--e--á -om ex-elent- a-pec-o. A___ q__ r________ e___ c__ e________ a_______ A-h- q-e r-a-m-n-e e-t- c-m e-c-l-n-e a-p-c-o- ---------------------------------------------- Acho que realmente está com excelente aspecto. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. O--h--e tem c-m cer-eza u-- n-mor--a. O c____ t__ c__ c______ u__ n________ O c-e-e t-m c-m c-r-e-a u-a n-m-r-d-. ------------------------------------- O chefe tem com certeza uma namorada. 0
Do you really think so? Acha-mesm-? A___ m_____ A-h- m-s-o- ----------- Acha mesmo? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. É b-m --s----- qu- --e----ha --- nam-r---. É b__ p_______ q__ e__ t____ u__ n________ É b-m p-s-í-e- q-e e-e t-n-a u-a n-m-r-d-. ------------------------------------------ É bem possível que ele tenha uma namorada. 0

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