Definition von 'is-
Beispielsätze, die 'is-' enthalten
So what you're saying is- ' `My theory is that in 1963 a number of circumstances combined to drive him deep into debt.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2004)
My thesis is- ' `But how do you explain my earlier objection that I felt the disturbance was something external?ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2004)
I know I should get involved with a local church, I know I should, but I suspect the truth is- ' `You're too angry.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2004)
We don't yet have enough information to decide whether or not this is- "Squill spun back to the window.THE HUNDREDTH MAN (2004)
Definition von is- aus Collins Englischen Sprache
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