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Subordinate clauses: if

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Oraciones subordinadas con si

93 [ninety-three]

Subordinate clauses: if

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93 [noventa y tres]

Oraciones subordinadas con si

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I don’t know if he loves me. No s- s- m- q-----.
I don’t know if he’ll come back. No s- s- v------.
I don’t know if he’ll call me. No s- s- m- l------.
   
Maybe he doesn’t love me? ¿M- q-----?
Maybe he won’t come back? ¿V------?
Maybe he won’t call me? ¿M- l------?
   
I wonder if he thinks about me. Me p------- s- p----- e- m-.
I wonder if he has someone else. Me p------- s- t---- a o---.
I wonder if he lies. Me p------- s- m-----.
   
Maybe he thinks of me? ¿P------ e- m-?
Maybe he has someone else? ¿T----- a o---?
Maybe he tells me the truth? ¿E----- d------- l- v-----?
   
I doubt whether he really likes me. Du-- q-- l- g---- r--------.
I doubt whether he’ll write to me. Du-- q-- m- e------.
I doubt whether he’ll marry me. Du-- q-- s- c--- c------.
   
Does he really like me? ¿L- g------ r--------?
Will he write to me? ¿M- e--------?
Will he marry me? ¿S- c----- c------?
   
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