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91 [ninety-one]

Subordinate clauses: that 1


‫ 91 [واحد وتسعون]‬

‫الجمل الثانوية مع أنّ 1‬


Perhaps the weather will get better tomorrow.
‫قد يتحسن الطقس غداً.‬
qd yatahassan alttaqs ghdaan
How do you know that?
‫كيف علمت ذلك؟‬
kif ealimt dhalk
I hope that it gets better.
‫آمل أن يتحسن.‬
amil 'ann yatahasana
He will definitely come.
‫سيأتي بالتأكيد.‬
syati bialttakid
Are you sure?
‫هل هذا مؤكد؟‬
hl hdha mwkd
I know that he’ll come.
‫أعلم أنه سيأتي.‬
aeilam 'annah sayati
He’ll definitely call.
‫سيخابرنا بالتأكيد.‬
syukhabirna bialttakid
I believe that he’ll call.
‫أظن أنه سيخابر.‬
azin 'annah sayukhabur
The wine is definitely old.
‫النبيذ بالتأكيد معتق.‬
alnnabidh bialttakid muetuq
Do you know that for sure?
‫هل تعلم ذلك حقاً؟‬
hl taelam dhlk hqaan
I think that it is old.
‫أظن أنه معتق.‬
azin 'annah muetuqa
Our boss is good-looking.
‫مديرنا جذاب.‬
mdiruna jadhab
Do you think so?
‫أترى ذلك؟‬
ataraa dhalk
I find him very handsome.
‫إني أرى أنه جذاب.‬
'iini 'araa 'annah jadhab
The boss definitely has a girlfriend.
‫لمديرنا بالتأكيد صديقة.‬
lmadiruna bialttakid sadiqata
Do you really think so?
‫أتعتقد ذلك حقاً؟‬
ataetaqid dhlk hqaan
It is very possible that he has a girlfriend.
‫من المحتمل جداً، أن تكون لديه صديقة.‬
mn almuhtamal jdaan, 'an takun ladayh sadiaqat

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