Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Consider"

The meaning of "Consider" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you should consider going as well mean?
A: You should think about going too!

"We're going to the beach this week. You should consider going as well!"
Q: What does consider
회화에서 사용하는 방법 알려주세요 / consider mean?
A: ... Think carefully about something before making a decision.

And talking about it while using in a conversation... here are some examples:

01. He seriously considered changing careers.
02. We are considering you for the job.
03. I'm considering moving to S Korea for few months to explore the country.

Hope it helps out👍🏻
Q: What does Might we not consider those less fortunate than ourselves? mean?
A: That is complex older style phrasing.

Basically, "might" is being used similar to how "could" is often used.

Suggesting that "might we not consider" is actually counter-intuitive phrasing, it is saying it that way for emphasis and nuance but it sounds like the opposite of what it actually is saying. It is actually suggesting "could we consider..."

And then "those less fortunate than ourselves" means "those people who are less fortunate/blessed (not doing as well in life, often means financially poor) as ourselves?" So, it's talking about people who are poor, compared to the speaker.

It basically suggests, "maybe we should think about the poor people." / "maybe we should do something to help the less fortunate, the less well-off." But it is being a bit coy about it.

Something like this might be used for understatement, to emphasis how self-involved or cluelessly out of touch the speaker thinks the person the other person is being. Hinting at them.

Or it could be meant to guilt the other person into being charitable for once.

It could be suggesting that "this should be obvious, I cannot believe no one has brought it up yet, we should really do better."

It could also be used in a conversation where someone is complaining about their privileged life, and the speaker is making a point about getting some perspective, about how they do not actually have it the worst that can be. That perhaps there are people who have it even worse than the person who is complaining, and isn't that a novel thought? So being sarcastic but masking it with politeness.

The details would depend on context, but nuance and subtext is pretty much guaranteed.
Q: What does Would you consider working somewhere else? mean?
A: Simply put,
"Would you want to work at another place"
Q: What does " consider it done " mean?
A: It's a way of saying you will do something immediately.
The person you're saying this to should just go on as though the task was already done, because you can be very trusted to complete it very soon.

Example sentences using "Consider"

Q: Please show me example sentences with CONSIDER; This car consider cheap side.
Does this sentence make sense to you? I wanted to say the car is not cheap but it's kinda cheap as a car.
Thank you in advance.
A: This quiz *is considered* easy.
The temperature *is considered warm*

The new electric car costs twice as much as the average gas-fueled car, but *I consider* that (to be) cheap, because I feel it will be such a good investment in the long run.

The subject of "consider" is pretty much always a person.
Q: Please show me example sentences with consider.
A: I will consider going home with you
I will consider buying this present for my boyfriend
We are considering you for the job
She refused to consider her favor
My boyfriend considered changing jobs

considered (past tense)
considering (present tense) eg. is considering
consider (present tense) eg. to consider

consider - considering - same meaning same tense, just depends which one will sound more natural in a sentence
Q: Please show me example sentences with consider.
A: would you consider using a drill rather than a screwdriver?
Consider voting for me on election day!
The mountain was too big for him to even consider climbing.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Would you ever consider ◯ing 〜.
A: ~ing is the continuous form of English

You are skilled at writing

I am eating an apple

Fighting is mean.

Q: Please show me example sentences with " consider ".
A: @user-name:
1. Which one would you consider eating, an apple or a cookie?

2. I would consider eating a cookie, because it's more delicious!

2. Do you consider me as a friend?

3. I don't consider you as a friend.

4. Would you consider a tomato as a fruit or vegetable?

5. I consider a tomato as a vegetable.

Synonyms of "Consider" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between consider and desperate ?
A: Yes, consider does usually mean that you really thought carefully about it, or were serious about doing that — but it isn’t necessarily very long. You considered (you contemplated it, you had thought about it).
"He had considered giving up his job"
“She considered leaving her husband”

Deliberate has 2 pronunciations that mean different things, so please be careful.

means to engage in long and careful consideration. To deliberate means to carefully think or talk something through. it also means slow and measured, the pace of this kind of careful decision making. If you chose deliberately, you make a very conscious, well-thought-through choice.

“She deliberated over the menu”
“The jury deliberated deliberated several days before reaching a decision”
“She deliberated for a month before deciding on which purse to buy”

done consciously and intentionally, slow and unhurried. This is usually a bad thing:
“You deliberately disobeyed orders.”
“You deliberately defied authority”

To contemplate means to look thoughtfully at something for a long time, or to think about something deeply. It is usually meditative, and you are thinking profound thoughts.
“She stood and contemplated the Mona Lisa for a very long time”
“Now that she has finished her first year of college, she is contemplating changing her major” (she is deeply considering it, and is looking at other majors instead, and probably in the process of deciding what to choose next).
—here contemplating is a stronger word than “She is considering changing her major” (which only means she is thinking about it)
Q: What is the difference between consider and regard ?
A: These two words have various different meanings.

But when they mean "think", like an opinion, they are the same.

I consider Internet trolls are a waste of space.
I regard Internet trolls as a waste of space.

But you might need to adjust the grammar around them.
Q: What is the difference between consider and investigate ?
A: Consider is thinking about doing a thing.
Ex. I'm considering going on a trip.
Investigate is wondering what is going on and trying to figure out why something happened
Ex. I need to investigate/ find out why something is missing.
Q: What is the difference between considered as and considered to be ?
A: "considered to be" is much more common nowadays and also there is a clear difference between these two.

"He is considered to be a well-known professor"
"considered to be" tells you how others may consider/think of something. In this case, others are saying that he is a well-known professor. I guess you can see this as some sort of recommendation or an opinion which is shared by others.

"He is considered as a well-known professor."
"considered as" tells you to use a particular context to consider something. In other words, find other evidence to see if that person is indeed a famous professor.

Other examples

"Hey, did you know that guy used to be considered as a genius?"
"Did you hear? Apparently, he's considered to be a transfer student from New Zealand!"
Q: What is the difference between consider and think about ?
A: The meaning is the same, but the word "consider" is a slightly more educated / formal way of expressing "think about".

Translations of "Consider"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? considered
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? consider
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Other questions about "Consider"

Q: ‎We consider him to be honest.
We consider that he is honest.
We consider him being honest. Does this sound natural?
A: You're welcome! No, I wouldn't use those. But "We consider him to be honest" is perfect.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce consider, considered .
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Q: I’m considering on how to handle this. Does this sound natural?
A: I’m figuring out a way on how to handle this.
Q: worth more considering Does this sound natural?
A: It's natural the way it is.

"It's worth more considering it's a real gemstone and not a fake one."

Sorry I couldn't think of a better sentence.

Edit: Although you can rearrange the sentence like "There is more worth considering it's a real gemstone and not a fake one." However, your first sentence is more natural in my opinion.
Q: I consider it is important to try as hard as possible even when I am playing. Does this sound natural?
A: From a grammar standpoint your statement is fine. We have a saying for this: "Work hard, play hard."

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