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93 [ninety-three]

Subordinate clauses: if

Subordinate clauses: if

93 [kilencvenhárom]

Mellékmondatok: vajon - “e” kérdőszóval

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I don’t know if he loves me. Ne----------a--n -zer----. Nem tudom, vajon szeret-e. N-m t-d-m- v-j-n s-e-e---. -------------------------- Nem tudom, vajon szeret-e. 0
I don’t know if he’ll come back. Nem t-dom,---j-- -i-s--j-n--. Nem tudom, vajon visszajön-e. N-m t-d-m- v-j-n v-s-z-j-n-e- ----------------------------- Nem tudom, vajon visszajön-e. 0
I don’t know if he’ll call me. N-m t-d------j---felhí---. Nem tudom, vajon felhív-e. N-m t-d-m- v-j-n f-l-í---. -------------------------- Nem tudom, vajon felhív-e. 0
Maybe he doesn’t love me? Va-o- s-e-e--e-e-gem? Vajon szeret-e engem? V-j-n s-e-e--- e-g-m- --------------------- Vajon szeret-e engem? 0
Maybe he won’t come back? Vaj-- v--szaj-n--? Vajon visszajön-e? V-j-n v-s-z-j-n-e- ------------------ Vajon visszajön-e? 0
Maybe he won’t call me? Va--- f---í--e engem? Vajon felhív-e engem? V-j-n f-l-í--- e-g-m- --------------------- Vajon felhív-e engem? 0
I wonder if he thinks about me. A--n tűn--öm---ajo---ond---- --m? Azon tűnődöm, vajon gondol-e rám? A-o- t-n-d-m- v-j-n g-n-o--- r-m- --------------------------------- Azon tűnődöm, vajon gondol-e rám? 0
I wonder if he has someone else. A-on t--ő---- ---o---an----alaki-e? Azon tűnődöm, vajon van-e valakije? A-o- t-n-d-m- v-j-n v-n-e v-l-k-j-? ----------------------------------- Azon tűnődöm, vajon van-e valakije? 0
I wonder if he lies. A-o- --nődö-, --j---h-----k-e? Azon tűnődöm, vajon hazudik-e? A-o- t-n-d-m- v-j-n h-z-d-k-e- ------------------------------ Azon tűnődöm, vajon hazudik-e? 0
Maybe he thinks of me? V-jon-gondol-e--ám? Vajon gondol-e rám? V-j-n g-n-o--- r-m- ------------------- Vajon gondol-e rám? 0
Maybe he has someone else? Va-o- van-e val-ki--? Vajon van-e valakije? V-j-n v-n-e v-l-k-j-? --------------------- Vajon van-e valakije? 0
Maybe he tells me the truth? V--o- -z --a------ --ndj---? Vajon az igazságot mondja-e? V-j-n a- i-a-s-g-t m-n-j---? ---------------------------- Vajon az igazságot mondja-e? 0
I doubt whether he really likes me. K--e------- v-j----a--b---k-dv-l-e -ngem. Kételkedem, vajon valóban kedvel-e engem. K-t-l-e-e-, v-j-n v-l-b-n k-d-e--- e-g-m- ----------------------------------------- Kételkedem, vajon valóban kedvel-e engem. 0
I doubt whether he’ll write to me. Kétel-e-e-,--aj---í-----e--m. Kételkedem, vajon ír-e nekem. K-t-l-e-e-, v-j-n í--- n-k-m- ----------------------------- Kételkedem, vajon ír-e nekem. 0
I doubt whether he’ll marry me. K--e--edem,--a-on e-ves--e --l-s---l. Kételkedem, vajon elvesz-e feleségül. K-t-l-e-e-, v-j-n e-v-s--- f-l-s-g-l- ------------------------------------- Kételkedem, vajon elvesz-e feleségül. 0
Does he really like me? Vaj-n-----leg ke------? Vajon tényleg kedvel-e? V-j-n t-n-l-g k-d-e---? ----------------------- Vajon tényleg kedvel-e? 0
Will he write to me? V-j-n-ír---n---m? Vajon ír-e nekem? V-j-n í--- n-k-m- ----------------- Vajon ír-e nekem? 0
Will he marry me? V-jo--el-es-------e--g-l? Vajon elvesz-e feleségül? V-j-n e-v-s--- f-l-s-g-l- ------------------------- Vajon elvesz-e feleségül? 0

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