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I must say

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishI must sayI must say (also I have to say)EMPHASIZE used to emphasize what you are saying The cake does look good, I must say. I have to say I was impressed. say
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I must sayI was pleased to find out, I must say.The first day of my trip is now completed, and all in all, I must say I am quite satisfied.When I did find out what he was thinking, I must say I was surprised.Though, I must say, mediocrity never looked better.Tell me more of it ... I must say my thoughts to you.And I must say, on what I see, your methods seem to work well.And first I must say why I need to make this digression.
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