Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Thought"

I thought he was sick.
That's what I thought.
It was just as I thought.
I thought he wouldn't come.
I thought that Tom was kind.
He thought of a good solution.
That's exactly what I thought.
She thought that I was a doctor.
I thought doing this would be easy.
I thought you had to get up by 7:30.
I never thought we'd end up like this.
I thought we were going to go somewhere.
He thought it over and decided not to go.
I thought that book was difficult to read.
She thought she could get him to like her.
I thought I'd try eating Mexican food today.
She thought that he was wasting electricity.
I just asked because I thought you would know.
I saw a woman who I thought was Mary's mother.
He thought it would be wise to accept the offer.
She dumped him because she thought he was a jerk.
Have you given any thought to having dinner with me?
I fed my dog what I thought was good quality dog food.
I never thought it'd be this hard to create an iPad app.
I always thought that Shirley and Alan would get together.
I never thought it'd be this hard to build a picnic table.
I never thought he was capable of doing something so cruel.
I never thought that they would like their teacher so much.
I thought it would be difficult for her to get the tickets.
I never thought I would have to support such a large family.
I never thought it'd be this easy to hack into your website.
I never thought it'd be this hard to choose a color to paint the kitchen.
I thought we had eaten everything in the house, but I found another box of crackers.
I never thought this rubber band would come in handy when I put it in my pocket this morning.
I thought a bunch of people would go water skiing with us, but absolutely no one else showed up.
I thought doing this would be easy, but we've been working all day and we're still not finished.
She advised him to visit Boston, because she thought it was the most beautiful city in the world.


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