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I don't think so
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. creo que no
Is my dog going to die from eating the chocolate? - I don't think so¿Va a morir mi perro de comer el chocolate? - Creo que no.
b. pienso que no
They say that Linda is as talented of a singer as Mariah Carey. I don't think so.Dicen que Linda es una cantante tan talentosa como Mariah Carey. Pienso que no.
c. me parece que no
Is our baseball team going to win the game? - I don't think so.¿Va a ganar el partido nuestro equipo de beisbol? - Me parece que no.
d. no lo creo
Does this pizza have meat on it? - I don't think so.¿Esta pizza tiene carne encima? - No lo creo.
e. no lo pienso
Phil told me that it's cheaper to rent an apartment in Paris than in New York, but I don't think so.Phil me dijo que es más barato alquiler un departamento en París que en Nueva York, pero no lo pienso.
A very informal word or phrase used by a particular group or community as a substitute for standard language (e.g. joint, john).
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