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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1

Subordinate clauses: that 1

91 [nittioett]

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Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow. V-d-et-b--r --ns-- -ättr- i--r---. Vädret blir kanske bättre imorgon. V-d-e- b-i- k-n-k- b-t-r- i-o-g-n- ---------------------------------- Vädret blir kanske bättre imorgon. 0
How do you know that? Hu-------i --t ? Hur vet ni det ? H-r v-t n- d-t ? ---------------- Hur vet ni det ? 0
I hope that it gets better. J-g-ho-p-s- --- d-- ----------e. Jag hoppas, att det blir bättre. J-g h-p-a-, a-t d-t b-i- b-t-r-. -------------------------------- Jag hoppas, att det blir bättre. 0
He will definitely come. H-n-----e- --l-eles-s-k--t. Han kommer alldeles säkert. H-n k-m-e- a-l-e-e- s-k-r-. --------------------------- Han kommer alldeles säkert. 0
Are you sure? Är--e---ä----? Är det säkert? Ä- d-t s-k-r-? -------------- Är det säkert? 0
I know that he’ll come. J-g--et, --t --n---m---. Jag vet, att han kommer. J-g v-t- a-t h-n k-m-e-. ------------------------ Jag vet, att han kommer. 0
He’ll definitely call. Ha- -ing-r s--e--. Han ringer säkert. H-n r-n-e- s-k-r-. ------------------ Han ringer säkert. 0
Really? V--k-igen? Verkligen? V-r-l-g-n- ---------- Verkligen? 0
I believe that he’ll call. J-g-t-or,-a-t-h---rin---. Jag tror, att han ringer. J-g t-o-, a-t h-n r-n-e-. ------------------------- Jag tror, att han ringer. 0
The wine is definitely old. Vi-----r sä-ert -a-malt. Vinet är säkert gammalt. V-n-t ä- s-k-r- g-m-a-t- ------------------------ Vinet är säkert gammalt. 0
Do you know that for sure? V-- -i--et--ä--rt? Vet ni det säkert? V-t n- d-t s-k-r-? ------------------ Vet ni det säkert? 0
I think that he is old. Ja- a-ta---a-- det -r-g-m--lt. Jag antar, att det är gammalt. J-g a-t-r- a-t d-t ä- g-m-a-t- ------------------------------ Jag antar, att det är gammalt. 0
Our boss is good-looking. V-r ch-f --- b-a-u-. Vår chef ser bra ut. V-r c-e- s-r b-a u-. -------------------- Vår chef ser bra ut. 0
Do you think so? T---er --? Tycker ni? T-c-e- n-? ---------- Tycker ni? 0
I find him very handsome. J-----c-er--il--och-me-- -t- -----e--m--k-t --a -t. Jag tycker till och med, att han ser mycket bra ut. J-g t-c-e- t-l- o-h m-d- a-t h-n s-r m-c-e- b-a u-. --------------------------------------------------- Jag tycker till och med, att han ser mycket bra ut. 0
The boss definitely has a girlfriend. C-e--- -ar -äk-------vä-nina. Chefen har säkert en vännina. C-e-e- h-r s-k-r- e- v-n-i-a- ----------------------------- Chefen har säkert en vännina. 0
Do you really think so? Tr------de- verk--g--? Tror ni det verkligen? T-o- n- d-t v-r-l-g-n- ---------------------- Tror ni det verkligen? 0
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend. De---r------t ----ig-- a-t-han-ha- -n---ninn-. Det är mycket möjligt, att han har en väninna. D-t ä- m-c-e- m-j-i-t- a-t h-n h-r e- v-n-n-a- ---------------------------------------------- Det är mycket möjligt, att han har en väninna. 0

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