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93 [ninety-three]

Subordinate clauses: if

Subordinate clauses: if

93 [deväťdesiattri]

Vedľajšie vety s či

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I don’t know if he loves me. N----m---- m- ---i. Neviem, či ma ľúbi. N-v-e-, č- m- ľ-b-. ------------------- Neviem, či ma ľúbi. 0
I don’t know if he’ll come back. Ne--e-, č--sa vrá--. Neviem, či sa vráti. N-v-e-, č- s- v-á-i- -------------------- Neviem, či sa vráti. 0
I don’t know if he’ll call me. N-----,--- -i--avo-á. Neviem, či mi zavolá. N-v-e-, č- m- z-v-l-. --------------------- Neviem, či mi zavolá. 0
Maybe he doesn’t love me? Či -a vôbe----bi? Či ma vôbec ľúbi? Č- m- v-b-c ľ-b-? ----------------- Či ma vôbec ľúbi? 0
Maybe he won’t come back? Či ---vô--- vr-ti? Či sa vôbec vráti? Č- s- v-b-c v-á-i- ------------------ Či sa vôbec vráti? 0
Maybe he won’t call me? Či m---ô--- -avo-á? Či mi vôbec zavolá? Č- m- v-b-c z-v-l-? ------------------- Či mi vôbec zavolá? 0
I wonder if he thinks about me. P---m-sa--č---a --- my---. Pýtam sa, či na mňa myslí. P-t-m s-, č- n- m-a m-s-í- -------------------------- Pýtam sa, či na mňa myslí. 0
I wonder if he has someone else. P---m sa, č--m- --jak- d-u-ú. Pýtam sa, či má nejakú druhú. P-t-m s-, č- m- n-j-k- d-u-ú- ----------------------------- Pýtam sa, či má nejakú druhú. 0
I wonder if he lies. P--am--a- -- k-ame. Pýtam sa, či klame. P-t-m s-, č- k-a-e- ------------------- Pýtam sa, či klame. 0
Maybe he thinks of me? Č----n-na m-- myslí? Či len na mňa myslí? Č- l-n n- m-a m-s-í- -------------------- Či len na mňa myslí? 0
Maybe he has someone else? Či le- -emá--ej----dr-hú? Či len nemá nejakú druhú? Č- l-n n-m- n-j-k- d-u-ú- ------------------------- Či len nemá nejakú druhú? 0
Maybe he tells me the truth? Č- --n hov-r--pra---? Či len hovorí pravdu? Č- l-n h-v-r- p-a-d-? --------------------- Či len hovorí pravdu? 0
I doubt whether he really likes me. Pochybu-em o-t--, -i ma-m- --u-o--e ---. Pochybujem o tom, či ma má skutočne rád. P-c-y-u-e- o t-m- č- m- m- s-u-o-n- r-d- ---------------------------------------- Pochybujem o tom, či ma má skutočne rád. 0
I doubt whether he’ll write to me. Pochybu--m---t-m- či-mi n-pí-e. Pochybujem o tom, či mi napíše. P-c-y-u-e- o t-m- č- m- n-p-š-. ------------------------------- Pochybujem o tom, či mi napíše. 0
I doubt whether he’ll marry me. P-chybujem-o----- ---s--s--mno---ž--í. Pochybujem o tom, či sa so mnou ožení. P-c-y-u-e- o t-m- č- s- s- m-o- o-e-í- -------------------------------------- Pochybujem o tom, či sa so mnou ožení. 0
Does he really like me? Ć---a-m- -e- naoza-----? Ći ma má len naozaj rád? Ć- m- m- l-n n-o-a- r-d- ------------------------ Ći ma má len naozaj rád? 0
Will he write to me? Či-mi l-n---p--e? Či mi len napíše? Č- m- l-n n-p-š-? ----------------- Či mi len napíše? 0
Will he marry me? Či-sa-len -o mno----e-í? Či sa len so mnou ožení? Č- s- l-n s- m-o- o-e-í- ------------------------ Či sa len so mnou ožení? 0

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