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93 [ninety-three]

Subordinate clauses: if


93 [తొంభై మూడు]

సహాయక ఉపవాక్యాలు: ఒకవేళ


I don’t know if he loves me.
ఆయన నన్ను ప్రేమిస్తున్నారో లేదో నాకు తెలియదు
Āyana nannu prēmistunnārō lēdō nāku teliyadu
I don’t know if he’ll come back.
ఆయన వెనక్కి వస్తారో రారో నాకు తెలియదు
Āyana venakki vastārō rārō nāku teliyadu
I don’t know if he’ll call me.
ఆయన నాకు ఫోన్ / కాల్ చేస్తారో లేదో నాకు తెలియదు
Āyana nāku phōn/ kāl cēstārō lēdō nāku teliyadu
Maybe he doesn’t love me?
ఆయన నన్ను ప్రెమించడం లేదేమో?
Āyana nannu premin̄caḍaṁ lēdēmō?
Maybe he won’t come back?
ఆయన వెనక్కి రారేమో?
Āyana venakki rārēmō?
Maybe he won’t call me?
ఆయన నాకు ఫోన్ / కాల్ చేయరేమో?
Āyana nāku phōn/ kāl cēyarēmō?
I wonder if he thinks about me.
ఆయన నా గురించి ఆలోచిస్తుంటారా
Āyana nā gurin̄ci ālōcistuṇṭārā
I wonder if he has someone else.
ఆయనకి ఇంకొకరు ఉండుంటారా
Āyanaki iṅkokaru uṇḍuṇṭārā
I wonder if he lies.
ఆయన అబద్దం చెప్తున్నారా
Āyana abaddaṁ ceptunnārā
Maybe he thinks of me?
ఆయన నా గురుంచి ఆలోచిస్తున్నారేమో?
Āyana nā gurun̄ci ālōcistunnārēmō?
Maybe he has someone else?
ఆయనకి ఇంకొకరు ఉన్నారేమో?
Āyanaki iṅkokaru unnārēmō?
Maybe he tells me the truth?
ఆయన నాకు నిజం చెప్తున్నారేమో?
Āyana nāku nijaṁ ceptunnārēmō?
I doubt whether he really likes me.
ఆయన నిజంగా నన్ను ఇష్టపడుతున్నారా అని నాకు అనుమానంగా ఉంది
Āyana nijaṅgā nannu iṣṭapaḍutunnārā ani nāku anumānaṅgā undi
I doubt whether he’ll write to me.
ఆయన నాకు వ్రాస్తారా అని నాకు అనుమానంగా ఉంది
Āyana nāku vrāstārā ani nāku anumānaṅgā undi
I doubt whether he’ll marry me.
ఆయన నన్ను పెళ్ళి చేసుకుంటారా అని నాకు అనుమానంగా ఉంది
Āyana nannu peḷḷi cēsukuṇṭārā ani nāku anumānaṅgā undi
Does he really like me?
ఆయన నన్ను నిజంగా ఇష్టపడుతున్నారా?
Āyana nannu nijaṅgā iṣṭapaḍutunnārā?
Will he write to me?
ఆయన నాకు వ్రాస్తారా?
Āyana nāku vrāstārā?
Will he marry me?
ఆయన నన్ను పెళ్ళి చేసుకుంటారా?
Āyana nannu peḷḷi cēsukuṇṭārā?

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