Andrés
are there some alternatives to avoid repeating "I think"? For example in Spanish we have various alternatives like "Yo pienso", "yo creo", "yo encuentro que"... Even in french we have "je pense", "je crois", "je trouve".... Has English other ways to "I think"?... what do you THINK? hahah Thank you for your time!
Jun 18, 2019 11:53 PM
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You can also use the followings: In my perspective In my opinion
June 19, 2019
I believe In my opinion It seems to me that I find that (meaning: in my experience I have come to think/believe) I'm pretty sure
June 19, 2019
Here are a few alternatives, which, as in Spanish, convey essentially the same meaning with some slight nuances. I think we'll be able to deliver the project on time. I expect we'll be able to deliver the project on time. I believe we'll be able to deliver the project on time. I presume we'll be able to deliver the project on time. I imagine we'll be able to deliver the project on time. I envision we'll be able to deliver the project on time.
June 19, 2019
I believe
June 19, 2019
Just don't say it all the time :) Or you could use softeners like "perhaps", or "it seems".
June 19, 2019
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