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93 [ninety-three]

Subordinate clauses: if

Subordinate clauses: if

93 [devedeset i tri]

Zavisne rečenice sa da li

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I don’t know if he loves me. N- znam-d--------on--o-i. Ne znam da li me on voli. N- z-a- d- l- m- o- v-l-. ------------------------- Ne znam da li me on voli. 0
I don’t know if he’ll come back. N- zn-m----l- ć-----on-vr-ti--. Ne znam da li će se on vratiti. N- z-a- d- l- ć- s- o- v-a-i-i- ------------------------------- Ne znam da li će se on vratiti. 0
I don’t know if he’ll call me. Ne--na--d- -i ć- m--nazvati. Ne znam da li će me nazvati. N- z-a- d- l- ć- m- n-z-a-i- ---------------------------- Ne znam da li će me nazvati. 0
Maybe he doesn’t love me? D--l- ---men--i--k ---i? Da li on mene ipak voli? D- l- o- m-n- i-a- v-l-? ------------------------ Da li on mene ipak voli? 0
Maybe he won’t come back? D---i će--e-o--ip----rat--i? Da li će se on ipak vratiti? D- l- ć- s- o- i-a- v-a-i-i- ---------------------------- Da li će se on ipak vratiti? 0
Maybe he won’t call me? Da-l- -e ---on i-a- n--va--? Da li će me on ipak nazvati? D- l- ć- m- o- i-a- n-z-a-i- ---------------------------- Da li će me on ipak nazvati? 0
I wonder if he thinks about me. Pitam s--d---i-o---i-l- n- -ene. Pitam se da li on misli na mene. P-t-m s- d- l- o- m-s-i n- m-n-. -------------------------------- Pitam se da li on misli na mene. 0
I wonder if he has someone else. P-ta- se d- -i--n --a---ug-. Pitam se da li on ima drugu. P-t-m s- d- l- o- i-a d-u-u- ---------------------------- Pitam se da li on ima drugu. 0
I wonder if he lies. Pitam -e-da -i--n-laž-. Pitam se da li on laže. P-t-m s- d- l- o- l-ž-. ----------------------- Pitam se da li on laže. 0
Maybe he thinks of me? M-s----i--- i-ak ----e--? Misli li on ipak na mene? M-s-i l- o- i-a- n- m-n-? ------------------------- Misli li on ipak na mene? 0
Maybe he has someone else? I-- -i o---p-k --k- ---g-? Ima li on ipak neku drugu? I-a l- o- i-a- n-k- d-u-u- -------------------------- Ima li on ipak neku drugu? 0
Maybe he tells me the truth? K-že--- -n-i--k ist-n-? Kaže li on ipak istinu? K-ž- l- o- i-a- i-t-n-? ----------------------- Kaže li on ipak istinu? 0
I doubt whether he really likes me. Su-nj-- -- l-----on-s------ vo-i. Sumnjam da li me on stvarno voli. S-m-j-m d- l- m- o- s-v-r-o v-l-. --------------------------------- Sumnjam da li me on stvarno voli. 0
I doubt whether he’ll write to me. S--nj-m--- li-će ---pis-ti. Sumnjam da li će mi pisati. S-m-j-m d- l- ć- m- p-s-t-. --------------------------- Sumnjam da li će mi pisati. 0
I doubt whether he’ll marry me. Sum--a--da li-ć- me-o-e--ti. Sumnjam da li će me oženiti. S-m-j-m d- l- ć- m- o-e-i-i- ---------------------------- Sumnjam da li će me oženiti. 0
Does he really like me? Da l--------e ---a-n- -oli? Da li on mene stvarno voli? D- l- o- m-n- s-v-r-o v-l-? --------------------------- Da li on mene stvarno voli? 0
Will he write to me? D------e -- i--k p-----? Da li će mi ipak pisati? D- l- ć- m- i-a- p-s-t-? ------------------------ Da li će mi ipak pisati? 0
Will he marry me? D- li------ ------ž----i? Da li će me ipak oženiti? D- l- ć- m- i-a- o-e-i-i- ------------------------- Da li će me ipak oženiti? 0

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