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    2. @Penny1: reckon = think. Example: I reckon there won't be any rain tomorrow. It's definitely an older word that's not really used much today except in the deep south/country.

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    2. मानना गणना करना अनुमान करना अनुमान लगाना गिनती करना सम्मिलित करना गिनना

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    2. Figure. Think. Suppose.

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    2. Reckon is a southern slang word to imply that someone “guesses.” Or I guess. Example: “ I reckon It will rain, since the clouds are dark.”

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    2. I reckon that everything he said was a lie. He reckoned he could beat me in a fight. He was wrong. Reckon basically just means 'to be of the opinion', 'to believe or suppose something'..

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    2. to “reckon” is to express your opinion on something so in a sentence you could say: “I reckon your fingers are broken” “I reckon your fingers are on the wrong fret, that is why you are playing the wrong chord” So basically to reckon is to explain your thoughts on a situation or another way to say “think” Hope this helps :)

  • Similar words to "Reckon" and their differences

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    2. Example: I reckon the figures could total 77%. I calculated the figures and the total came to 81%

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    2. I think is by far the most common and most used. I suppose means that you're expressing uncertainty towards what someone else is saying, but based on what they said you can't disagree with it. People who say "I suppose" might even be a little bit impatient or frustrated. No one says "I reckon" unless you live in southern United States. Never use this in a serious context.

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    2. Reckon is more casual and slang or can be used when you’ve come to a calculated opinion “I reckon there’s about 30 people at the party” Think is an opinion and I (personally) use most commonly “I think this top is pretty” Consider is used more when you have many options and you have to choose “I will have to consider which dress I will wear” (Sorry for the examples, I couldn’t think of any)

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    2. Most common to least common: 1. Account. “I will take that into account.” “If you account for this error, it is correct.” 2. Consider. “I’m considering taking a vacation from work.” “Please consider my application for this job.” 3. Reckon. (UK English, not used in USA) “I reckon she hates me after everything I said to her yesterday.” “Do you reckon it will rain tomorrow?” 4. Regard. (Formal) “Please send my regards to the family during this difficult time.”I called to speak to you regarding today’s earlier appointment.”

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    2. “Reckon” sounds unnatural in this sentence. A better way might be “When planning a trip, you must consider the accommodation.”

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    2. The debate over whether university education should prepare students for employment or help students acquire theoretical knowledge has continued for years. I believe that the magnitude (importance?) of acquiring theoretical knowledge in college is superior over preparing students for employment. In terms of substantive level, the reason mentioned below seems to be advisable and deserve more consideration. First and foremost, it is equally true that we are in the optimum stage of study, which is inclusive of our patience and diligence. Owing to the employment is an empricial thing that students enable reaping increasingly advantageous experience by themselves rather than systematically received avid knowledge concerning employment from university education. Accordingly, we ought to exert ourselves to learn professional knowledge. Further, there is a more subtle point we must consider. Learning knowledge about our major is an exceptionally integral part during our college years that will lay down a substantial foundation for any future work. Only if we press forward on ourselves specialized knowledge can we mitigate those corresponding problems and consolidate our professional ability. ~ Many people argue that learning employment skills are just as important, or even more important, than learning theoretical knowledge. Doing hands-on tasks and applying the knowledge that has been learnt in lectures and classes means that after college ends and students enter the real world to look for a job, they will be able to show a potential employer that they have learnt these skills and are a good candidate for a job.~ To sum up, ~learning both theoretical knowledge and employment skills is important, but the interplay between these two fields can be what has the best result.~ My opinion is also leaning towards enhancing individual theoretical knowledge as to your major in university is better than preparing for employment. (你可以在这里深入解释你的意见) Whether my point of view is correct or incorrect is a difficult question to answer, yet the comfort or convenience it brings will not be eliminated. 我正在使用翻译应用程序,对不起,如果它没有意义。 我的中文是不好 😂

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    2. 3) the end should be “how my boss will take (in the) news.” “In the” is unnecessary but not incorrect 5) when trying to fathom his intentions, I came to the conclusion that adjusting to new realities was not feasible. 6) “, and I have recently filled out a crossword which” rang the bell for a whole week sounds a bit strange. It may be an idiom that I jsut don’t know Sounds rlyyy good though otherwise!!

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    2. It is *A* well-known fact that mobile phones are EVERYWHERE. Nowadays they are the post important DEVICE FOR MOST PEOPLE. We use THEM for everything, for instance, FOR talking with our friends or family, surfing on the net AND taking photos, among other THINGS. From my point of view, mobile phones have became in an important part of our life. AS TO WHETHER I could live without my mobile phone; *w*ell, it is a difficult question, but if I WERE forced to choose*,* I reckon that I could live without it. The reason being that I could talk with my friends USING/THROUGH other systems, such as using a computer or land line. In other words, I WOULD BE am able to live without my mobile phone. I WOULD probably do everything that I do NOW, so this situation WOULDN'T BE a problem for me.

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