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Konjunktioner 2

95 [ninety-five]

Conjunctions 2

Conjunctions 2

95 [femoghalvfems]


Konjunktioner 2

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Since when is she no longer working? Hv----- h---- h-- o- m-- a- a------? Hvornår holdt hun op med at arbejde? 0 +
Since her marriage? Ef--- d---- b------? Efter deres bryllup? 0 +
Yes, she is no longer working since she got married. Ja- h-- h---- o- m-- a- a------- d- h-- b--- g---. Ja, hun holdt op med at arbejde, da hun blev gift. 0 +
Since she got married, she’s no longer working. Ef--- h-- b--- g---- h-- h-- i--- a-------. Efter hun blev gift, har hun ikke arbejdet. 0 +
Since they have met each other, they are happy. Fr- d- m---- h-------- h-- d- v---- l--------. Fra de mødte hinanden, har de været lykkelige. 0 +
Since they have had children, they rarely go out. Ef--- d- h-- f--- b---- g-- d- s------- u-. Efter de har fået børn, går de sjældent ud. 0 +
When does she call? Hv----- t---- h-- i t--------? Hvornår taler hun i telefonen? 0 +
When driving? Un--- k------? Under kørslen? 0 +
Yes, when she is driving. Ja- m--- h-- k---- b--. Ja, mens hun kører bil. 0 +
She calls while she drives. Hu- t---- i t------- m--- h-- k---- b--. Hun taler i telefon, mens hun kører bil. 0 +
She watches TV while she irons. Hu- s-- f-------- m--- h-- s------. Hun ser fjernsyn, mens hun stryger. 0 +
She listens to music while she does her work. Hu- l----- t-- m----- m--- h-- l---- s--- l------. Hun lytter til musik, mens hun laver sine lektier. 0 +
I can’t see anything when I don’t have glasses. Je- k-- i--- s- n----- n-- j-- i--- h-- b------ p-. Jeg kan ikke se noget, når jeg ikke har briller på. 0 +
I can’t understand anything when the music is so loud. Je- f------ i--------- n-- m------- e- s- h--. Jeg forstår ingenting, når musikken er så høj. 0 +
I can’t smell anything when I have a cold. Je- k-- i--- l---- n----- n-- j-- e- f-------. Jeg kan ikke lugte noget, når jeg er forkølet. 0 +
We’ll take a taxi if it rains. Vi t---- e- t---- h--- d-- r-----. Vi tager en taxa, hvis det regner. 0 +
We’ll travel around the world if we win the lottery. Vi r----- v----- r----- h--- v- v----- i l----. Vi rejser verden rundt, hvis vi vinder i lotto. 0 +
We’ll start eating if he doesn’t come soon. Vi b------- a- s----- h--- h-- i--- s---- k-----. Vi begynder at spise, hvis han ikke snart kommer. 0 +

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