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93 [ninety-three]

Subordinate clauses: if

Subordinate clauses: if

93 [nittitre]

Leddsetningar med om

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I don’t know if he loves me. E- -----i-k-e -m--a- e---ar--eg. E_ v___ i____ o_ h__ e_____ m___ E- v-i- i-k-e o- h-n e-s-a- m-g- -------------------------------- Eg veit ikkje om han elskar meg. 0
I don’t know if he’ll come back. Eg -ei--i-k-- o- h---kj-m--t-. E_ v___ i____ o_ h__ k___ a___ E- v-i- i-k-e o- h-n k-e- a-t- ------------------------------ Eg veit ikkje om han kjem att. 0
I don’t know if he’ll call me. Eg -eit---k-e--m-han v------gje m-g. E_ v___ i____ o_ h__ v__ r_____ m___ E- v-i- i-k-e o- h-n v-l r-n-j- m-g- ------------------------------------ Eg veit ikkje om han vil ringje meg. 0
Maybe he doesn’t love me? Kva ------ ---ka- me-? K__ o_ h__ e_____ m___ K-a o- h-n e-s-a- m-g- ---------------------- Kva om han elskar meg? 0
Maybe he won’t come back? K-a----han-k--m -t-? K__ o_ h__ k___ a___ K-a o- h-n k-e- a-t- -------------------- Kva om han kjem att? 0
Maybe he won’t call me? K-a-o- h-n--il-r-ng------? K__ o_ h__ v__ r_____ m___ K-a o- h-n v-l r-n-j- m-g- -------------------------- Kva om han vil ringje meg? 0
I wonder if he thinks about me. Eg --r----å ----a--t-n-je- p- m-g. E_ l____ p_ o_ h__ t______ p_ m___ E- l-r-r p- o- h-n t-n-j-r p- m-g- ---------------------------------- Eg lurer på om han tenkjer på meg. 0
I wonder if he has someone else. E--l---- -å -m-han-h---e--a-na jen-e. E_ l____ p_ o_ h__ h__ e_ a___ j_____ E- l-r-r p- o- h-n h-r e- a-n- j-n-e- ------------------------------------- Eg lurer på om han har ei anna jente. 0
I wonder if he lies. E- lurer-på ---h-- ---. E_ l____ p_ o_ h__ l___ E- l-r-r p- o- h-n l-g- ----------------------- Eg lurer på om han lyg. 0
Maybe he thinks of me? K-a-om -a- ten--e- -å m-g? K__ o_ h__ t______ p_ m___ K-a o- h-n t-n-j-r p- m-g- -------------------------- Kva om han tenkjer på meg? 0
Maybe he has someone else? Kva o- --n -ar--i a-n--je--e? K__ o_ h__ h__ e_ a___ j_____ K-a o- h-n h-r e- a-n- j-n-e- ----------------------------- Kva om han har ei anna jente? 0
Maybe he tells me the truth? Kva-o- ha--pr-tar--a-t? K__ o_ h__ p_____ s____ K-a o- h-n p-a-a- s-n-? ----------------------- Kva om han pratar sant? 0
I doubt whether he really likes me. Eg-tv-lar-p- o- -an --r-eleg-likar---g. E_ t_____ p_ o_ h__ v_______ l____ m___ E- t-i-a- p- o- h-n v-r-e-e- l-k-r m-g- --------------------------------------- Eg tvilar på om han verkeleg likar meg. 0
I doubt whether he’ll write to me. Eg -vila- -- o- h-n-v----k-i-- ti-----. E_ t_____ p_ o_ h__ v__ s_____ t__ m___ E- t-i-a- p- o- h-n v-l s-r-v- t-l m-g- --------------------------------------- Eg tvilar på om han vil skrive til meg. 0
I doubt whether he’ll marry me. E- -vi-ar -- om h---v-l----t---e- -----eg. E_ t_____ p_ o_ h__ v__ g____ s__ m__ m___ E- t-i-a- p- o- h-n v-l g-f-e s-g m-d m-g- ------------------------------------------ Eg tvilar på om han vil gifte seg med meg. 0
Does he really like me? Kv--o----- ----e-eg-lik-r-me-? K__ o_ h__ v_______ l____ m___ K-a o- h-n v-r-e-e- l-k-r m-g- ------------------------------ Kva om han verkeleg likar meg? 0
Will he write to me? Kv---m-han -k-i--t-l meg? K__ o_ h__ s____ t__ m___ K-a o- h-n s-r-v t-l m-g- ------------------------- Kva om han skriv til meg? 0
Will he marry me? Kv- -m h-- v-l----t---eg---d -eg? K__ o_ h__ v__ g____ s__ m__ m___ K-a o- h-n v-l g-f-e s-g m-d m-g- --------------------------------- Kva om han vil gifte seg med meg? 0

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