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Odvisni stavki z ali (če)

93 [ninety-three]

Subordinate clauses: if

Subordinate clauses: if

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Odvisni stavki z ali (če)

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I don’t know if he loves me. Ne v--- a-- m- l---- (i-- r--). Ne vem, ali me ljubi (ima rad). 0 +
I don’t know if he’ll come back. Ne v--- a-- s- b- v----. Ne vem, ali se bo vrnil. 0 +
I don’t know if he’ll call me. Ne v--- a-- m- b- p-------. Ne vem, ali me bo poklical. 0 +
Maybe he doesn’t love me? Al- m- r-- l----? Ali me res ljubi? 0 +
Maybe he won’t come back? Al- b- p----- n----? Ali bo prišel nazaj? 0 +
Maybe he won’t call me? Al- m- b- r-- p-------? Ali me bo res poklical? 0 +
I wonder if he thinks about me. Sp------- s-- a-- m---- n---. Sprašujem se, ali misli name. 0 +
I wonder if he has someone else. Sp------- s-- a-- i-- k----- d----. Sprašujem se, ali ima kakšno drugo. 0 +
I wonder if he lies. Sp------- s-- a-- l---. Sprašujem se, ali laže. 0 +
Maybe he thinks of me? Al- s---- m---- n---? Ali sploh misli name? 0 +
Maybe he has someone else? Al- i-- k----- d----? Ali ima kakšno drugo? 0 +
Maybe he tells me the truth? Al- s---- g----- r------? Ali sploh govori resnico? 0 +
I doubt whether he really likes me. Dv----- d- m- i-- z---- r--. Dvomim, da me ima zares rad. 0 +
I doubt whether he’ll write to me. Dv----- d- m- b- p----. Dvomim, da mi bo pisal. 0 +
I doubt whether he’ll marry me. Dv----- d- s- b- p------ z m---. Dvomim, da se bo poročil z mano. 0 +
Does he really like me? Al- m- i-- z---- r--? Ali me ima zares rad? 0 +
Will he write to me? Al- m- b- s---- p----? Ali mi bo sploh pisal? 0 +
Will he marry me? Al- s- b- s---- p------ z m---? Ali se bo sploh poročil z mano? 0 +

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