think - типичные ошибки в английском со словом think
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1. I am often thinking about these problems.

2. I think she didn't understand what you said.

3. We should spend more time thinking why people do such terrible things.

4. People without a job try not to think on the future.

5. I am thinking to make another trip to Italy next year.

6. 'I must be getting old', I thought myself.

7. I was thinking if you would like to have lunch before visiting the museum.

1. I often think about these problems.

2. I don't think she understood what you said.

3. We should spend more time thinking about why people do such terrible things.

4. People without a job try not to think about/of the future.

5. I am thinking of making another trip to Italy next year.

6. 'I must be getting old', I thought to myself.

7. I was wondering If you would like to have lunch before visiting the museum.

1. Use the present simple tense when talking about an action which happens regularly or often. Think {= give thought to) is not usually used in the progressive unless it refers to a current activity: 'Be quiet. I'm thinking.'

2. Note that when the clause following think contains a negative idea, think is made negative and the verb that fol lows is positive.

3. think about = consider

4. think about/of someone/something = form ideas in your mind about someone/something

5. think of + v-ing = intend or plan

6. think to yourself, NOT by

7. I was wondering if/whether is often used to introduce pol ite invitations and requests: 'I was wondering if you'd like to play tennis on Saturday. ' 'I was wondering whether you could give me some advice.'