Talking about what we think can be tricky because we run out of words and phrases quickly. Today, we’ll show you some great vocabulary to explain your thought process.
“Anticipate” means to expect or predict something to happen.
Example: I’m not sure about it. I anticipate problems surrounding the new release.
“Recall” means to find something in your memory, to remember.
Example: I can’t recall many details from the previous discussion. Can you please refresh my memory?
“Ponder” means to think about something very carefully.
Example: I have pondered about that for the past three weeks.
“Deem” is another word for consider.
Example: I have good news. She deemed the project success.
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