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Vedlejší věty se zda, jestli

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Subordinate clauses: if

Subordinate clauses: if

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Vedlejší věty se zda, jestli

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I don’t know if he loves me. Ne---- j----- m- m- r--. Nevím, jestli mě má rád. 0 +
I don’t know if he’ll come back. Ne---- j----- s- v----. Nevím, jestli se vrátí. 0 +
I don’t know if he’ll call me. Ne---- j----- m- z-----. Nevím, jestli mi zavolá. 0 +
Maybe he doesn’t love me? Zd------ m- m- r--? Zdalipak mě má rád? 0 +
Maybe he won’t come back? Zd------ s- v----? Zdalipak se vrátí? 0 +
Maybe he won’t call me? Zd------ z-----? Zdalipak zavolá? 0 +
I wonder if he thinks about me. Pt-- s-- j----- n- m-- m----. Ptám se, jestli na mne myslí. 0 +
I wonder if he has someone else. Pt-- s-- j----- m- n------ j----. Ptám se, jestli má nějakou jinou. 0 +
I wonder if he lies. Pt-- s-- j----- m- l--. Ptám se, jestli mi lže. 0 +
Maybe he thinks of me? Zd------ n- m- m----? Zdalipak na mě myslí? 0 +
Maybe he has someone else? Zd------ m- j----? Zdalipak má jinou? 0 +
Maybe he tells me the truth? Zd------ ř--- p-----? Zdalipak říká pravdu? 0 +
I doubt whether he really likes me. Po------- o t--- ž- m- m- o------ r--. Pochybuji o tom, že mě má opravdu rád. 0 +
I doubt whether he’ll write to me. Po------- o t--- ž- m- n-----. Pochybuji o tom, že mi napíše. 0 +
I doubt whether he’ll marry me. Po------- o t--- ž- s- m- v----. Pochybuji o tom, že si mě vezme. 0 +
Does he really like me? Zd------ m- m- o------ r--? Zdalipak mě má opravdu rád? 0 +
Will he write to me? Zd------ m- n-----? Zdalipak mi napíše? 0 +
Will he marry me? Zd------ s- m-- v----? Zdalipak si mne vezme? 0 +

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