Copyright © Curiosity Media Inc. transitive verb phrase
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
1. (to suppose or have as an opinion)
a. to think that
¿Crees que te invitarán a la boda?Do you think that you will be invited to the wedding?
b. to think
Creo que estoy embarazada.I think I'm pregnant.
c. to believe that
Muchos creen que el futuro del planeta y de la especie humana está en peligro.Many believe that the future of the Earth and the human race is in danger.
d. to believe
¿Crees de verdad que el grupo se separará después de esta gira? - Sí, estoy seguro.Do you really believe the band will break up after this tour? - Yes, I'm sure.
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