Podcast #110 Phrasal Verbs with THINK (Sentences Only)

Published in the category Grammar and Usage, Phrasal Verbs


Do you ever think about life after death?

He was thinking about a new product idea.

She thinks only about herself.


They thought about opening a toy store.

I’m thinking about eating out tonight.

Have you thought about studying Turkish?


He thought of calling his brother, but didn’t.

I thought of you when they played your favorite song.


Can you think of any reason to refuse her request?

I couldn’t think of any more questions to ask him.


What do you think of the new shopping mall?

She asked me what I thought of her new boyfriend.


She didn’t think much of my podcast.

I don’t think much of the new features in Facebook.


That friend of yours seems to live from minute to minute. He never thinks ahead.

I love having green spaces right in the middle of the city. I’m glad planners thought ahead about people’s needs.


Anna was being careful about the clothes she bought. She was thinking ahead to college in September.

This recipe takes some planning. You have to think ahead to what ingredients you’ll need.

The earthquake left us with no electricity or gas for two weeks. But we were lucky. We had thought ahead to store emergency supplies.

When I think back to my childhood, I realize my parents were not very happy together. When I think back to my childhood…

When she thought back on her wedding day, she couldn’t help smiling. When she thought back on her wedding day…

Think back to the first time you kissed.

The old lady thought back to her years as a nurse.

He thought back on the early days of his career.


He thought back over his years as a fisherman.

Do you often think back over your life?

Think back over what you ate today.


I usually take the time to think out my choices.

I usually take the time to think my choices out.

Let’s think out the problem together.

Let’s think the problem out together.


They thought out what they had to do.

Have you ever thought out what you want from life?


Every detail of the presentation was well thought out.

It was a poorly thought out plan.


Let’s think through our options.

Let’s think our options through.

Let’s think out our options.

He thought through what he had been told

She thought through what she needed for the trip.

He thought through what he was going to say.

I want you to think over my suggestions.

I want you to think my suggestions over.

He took two days to think over the job offer.

He took two days to think the job offer over.

Did you think over what we discussed?

I want to think over my response to his criticism.


I just thought up a way to double our profits.

Did you just think that up?

She thought up a silly name for her story.

What will Apple think up next?

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