Creo que no -Wouldn't this call the subjunctive (conozca) NOT the present indicative?
There's a difference between "no creo que ..." (takes subjunctive) and "creo que no ..." which takes the indicative.
I'm not sure the point of the above response. The question is NOT creo que no but IS no creo que,,, I agree that no creo que ... takes the subjunctive but the test question using no creo que in the question asks for the answer in the indicative NOT the subjucntive.
That's not what you wrote.
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