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I Guess ( this is probably correct but I am not sure ... )

"I Guess"

"I guess" means that I am guessing but I am not sure.

Example: "Why is that dog eating that stick?" Reply: "He's hungry, I guess."

You say "I guess" when you are not certain.

"I guess" can be said when you think that person might or might not be correct but you do not want to disagree.

Example: "Jean sure is great to work with. Don't you think?" Reply: "I guess."

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