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Grammar detail: ではないかと思う

ではないかと思う - I suspect that, I get the feeling that, I imagine that
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ではないかと
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I suspect that~, I get the feeling that~, I imagine that~, I'm afraid that~
This phrase is used to express an opinion or assumption in a humble manner.
かれ
うそ
ついているない
おも
います

I suspect that he is lying.
かれ
どこ
ぐあい
具合
わる
ない
おも
います

I'm afraid something is wrong with him.
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Kanji used in this grammar

シ   おも to think   
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ヒ   かれ he   
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3
うそ a lie   
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グ    tools   
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3
ゴウ   ガッ   カッ   あ to fit, come together   あわす to match   あわせる to unite, join   
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3
アク   オ   わる bad   
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2
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