字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント this is everyday grammar. I'm Macia and I'm coming comedy. What is today's topic? Um, I guess today's topic is verbs. I think that works. And what about uncertainty, showing that you're not sure about something? Sure, I guess that works now. Clauses are groups of words that act as a noun. They often begin with that or word beginning with W h, such as where, when, Why or what? I guess today's topic is verbs. But those examples didn't use the word that, as in, I guess, that today's topic is verbs. That's true. You can use the words of that. But English speakers often leave out this word in everyday conversation. What about the uncertainty part? I think I'm getting interested in this topic. To show uncertainty. Americans use the common uncertainty verbs think, believe and guess before now clauses, the noun clauses presents idea, and the verb shows uncertainty. I guess I did well on the test. I believe the game is today. Can you give me some or examples? I believe you know a lot about this. Sure, here are some more examples. I think the bank is open today.