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comment Why does the grammar structure for “I think [statement]” work the way it does?
@Eiríkr A combination of both, to be honest. If the 私は had been in there, it would have made a bit more sense overall, and the と I might have otherwise been able to find elsewhere.
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comment Why does the grammar structure for “I think [statement]” work the way it does?
@Atarax Sure - the answer actually covers it pretty well. In essence, that the grammar leading to the construction was never explained and is/was unclear. How do you think I could edit?
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