I think so.
You don't have to think you aren't going to make it just because others have failed.
He has some grave defects, but I think he is a great scholar all the same.
I've been thinking about marriage a lot, and I think we should just do it.
A friend I went with on our first trip abroad had his wallet pickpocketed. I don't think it left a very good impression.
When I think back on what I did, I feel pretty stupid.
That might be a little inconvenient for you, don't you think?
In the light of what you told us, I think we should revise our plan.
Americans are frank enough to say what they think.
I can think of him as a very good friend, but I can't think of him as a lover.
It may seem like a good idea to you, but I think it's a little dangerous.
I realize that this may sound crazy, but I think I've fallen in love with your younger sister.
He's not such a great writer and I think he knows it.
What's your favorite place to go when you want to think?
Now that you are no longer young, you must think of your future.
Angielskie słowo "myśleć" (think) występuje w zestawach:Fiszki z książki - "Sonny" (Rick Raphael)Odmiana czasowników nieregularnych 2100 najczęściej używanych angielskich słów1000 A thousand words - 200 two hundred - Unit 2Tłumaczenie słówek w II i III formie czasowników n...
2. think thought thought
Angielskie słowo "myśleć" (think thought thought) występuje w zestawach:czasowniki nieregularne click on 2, cz.2część 2 angielski do polski 24.10.2013Czasowniki angielskie nieregularne / wszystkiesky high 3 irregular verbsCzasowniki nieregularne
3. think of
What do you think of my new flatmate?
He told me his name but I can’t think of it now.
That’s a good idea. Why didn’t I think of that?
What do you think of her?
Angielskie słowo "myśleć" (think of) występuje w zestawach:Verbs followedkartkówka środaUnit 3 Education
Katie reckons that we should call our business "Poppy's Plants", but I disagree.
Well, I think it’ll work. What do you reckon?
I reckon that
The rescue flight had to reckon with strong winds and freezing temperatures.
Subdued girls are generally the prettiest I reckon. The loud, bustling ones are awful.
You can always reckon on me.
Ah, I reckon you go straight down this prefectural road ...
What you reckon we oughta do, Jem?
Reckon the cost before you decide to purchase the car.
his debts were reckoned at $300,000
„his debts were reckoned at $300,000” = calculate = reckon; „he reckons that the army should pull out entirely” = believe, think
Angela quickly reckoned the amount on her fingers.
they had reckoned on a day or two more of privacy
He reckoned he would be paid far more as a principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre
We’ve done all we can, I reckon. reckon he’ll win. Do you reckon you’ll be able to come? Moving house is reckoned to be one of the most stressful things you can do.
Angielskie słowo "myśleć" (reckon) występuje w zestawach:ciekawostki part 2czytanka papier 2
5. mean meant meant
Angielskie słowo "myśleć" (mean meant meant) występuje w zestawach:irregular verbs srodkowa
Their communication may be much more complex than we thought.
I thought hard.
A violent thought instantly brings violent bodily movements.
She said she didn't like it, but I thought, personally, it was very good.
I thought a bunch of people would go water skiing with us, but absolutely no one else showed up.
The victim is thought to have taken a large quantity of poison by mistake.
Politics is perhaps the only profession for which no preparation is thought necessary.
Information is sometimes held back from patients when it is thought it might upset them.
He took the job without giving it much thought.
I thought we had eaten everything in the house, but I found another box of crackers.
I've heard of pseudomyopia, but I never thought my own child would come to have it.
Even when she thought about something else, ideas of death returned to her mind.
Just like I thought, the contractor came back today, begging for more time.
By freeing thought from its object, Descartes made it possible to view the latter in strictly mechanical terms, reopening the way to science, suffocated for more than fifteen centuries under religious nonsense.
I've enjoyed our discussion and your meaningful thoughts.