For I literally do not know what virtue is, and much less whether it is acquired by teaching or not.
But are you in earnest, Socrates, in saying that you do not know what virtue is?
For my soul and my tongue are really torpid, and I do not know how to answer you; and though I have been delivered of an infinite variety of speeches about virtue before now, and to many persons--and very good ones they were, as I thought--at this moment I cannot even say what virtue is.
I do not know
whether I had been long asleep, but suddenly I awoke--and uttered a loud cry.
But, doctor, you praise me too much, and you do not know me.
I do not know what to think, and I have no data on which to found a conjecture.
I do not know
now what I will say, but I will have something to say.
Although I do not know
who the other authors in this tribute to Robert Smith are, I am sure that none of them has so many and such "ancient" points of intersection with the honoree as I have.
for example, do not know
anyone in any developing country -- especially in remote villages where many of the people live, and where a little money could often go farthest.
But there are no real answers, at least I do not know
Your prospective camp families -- the real targets for all your marketing messages -- do not know
and do not care who produced the materials.
want to teach motorists how to drive their cars while they still do not know
how to build freeways?