"I guess ..." German translation
I guess ...
(Applause) PM: Well Secretary Albright, I guess you'll be going to heaven.
I guess the thing I haven't said about this is, it is absurdly cheap.
I guess I can only make you remember the things you want to be true.
Ain't that a sound? (Applause) Well, it was 1954, I guess it was.
AM: Yeah. Well, I guess I've always been involved in sports.
No-one has ever counted them and I cannot therefore tell you how many there are.
I am thinking here of my own country, for example, where the distances are long.
I am interested to see if Commissioner Wallström will also be in favour of them.
I would ask you to give Mrs Roth-Behrendt our best wishes for a speedy recovery.
I should like to highlight two things that are necessary to the European agenda.
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Context sentences for "I guess ..." in German
But I guess I have a while before you're old enough to understand these tapes.
And Darwin said, looking at this flower, "I guess something has coevolved with this."
(Laughter) But it is that social thing that I guess attracted Michael Crichton.
I guess if you're seeing this tape you've kind of figured that my vacation plans... changed.
So it's almost exactly -- it's 50 years ago next Tuesday, I guess.
I guess he is a little embarrassed by having to come at this late stage once again here today.
I guess we won't have to listen to Kiyoko's damn crying anymore.
I guess the more you matter the more space you take up, which explains the whole SUV phenomenon.
I would guess that there is not one country which comes close to 45 weeks of meetings a year.
I guess those extra help sessions didn't quite do it for you.
And so they say, I guess this really isn't a place for boys.
I guess we should not have been surprised that democracy always wins in the end.
I guess anything you want bad enough is worth the chance.
I guess we seem to be doing at least a few things right.
Back then, yes, I guess we all know now that it is essentially the sphere of life around the Earth, right?
I guess...... the country lasts forever, and people ain't but for a while.
I guess you just haven't had time to adjust yet.
But I guess that's in keeping, so now we'll just move to the PowerPoint presentation, ladies and gentlemen.
I think I can make a guess now -- education is self-organizing system, where learning is an emergent phenomenon.
I guess you can call it the consumer lifestyle.
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