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thought in English:

1. think think


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.

English word "thought"(think) occurs in sets:

FILIP kartkówka 17.09- czasowniki nieregularne (2 ...
Irregular verbs INFINITIVE PAST Part 4
English File 4th ed Unit 2 A part 3 IRREGULAR PAST...
Wyjątki w Past Simple (j. ang.)
Czasowniki nieregularne II forma