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    I think.

    Is there a meaning difference between them?

    Mary is in the garden, I think. VS I think
    Mary is in the garden.

    I can't feel any difference between them in my non native English sense, but I think there must be a reason they

    say them differently. What do you think? Thank you as usual and I really hope to hear from you.

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    Re: I think.

    Quote Originally Posted by sky3120 View Post
    Is there a meaning difference between them?

    Mary is in the garden, I think. VS I think
    Mary is in the garden.

    I can't feel any difference between them in my non native English sense, but I think there must be a reason they

    say them differently. What do you think? Thank you as usual and I really hope to hear from you.
    There is no difference in meaning.

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