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Assume vs Know vs Think!

Have you been confused with which words to use in different situations?

Entenda o contexto e a diferença de cada termo ➡ ASSUME vs KNOW vs THINK!

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➡ Assume
To assume is a regular verb that means to suppose something to be true, but without proof.
For example: “I assume you’re here to learn English.”

➡ Know
To know is an irregular verb that means to be absolutely certain or sure about something, usually through observation, inquiry, or information.
For example: You know you should practise English every day, but you never seem to have the time.

➡ Think
To think is an irregular verb that means to have a particular opinion, belief, or idea about someone or something.
For example: “I think English is a global language.”

➡! Note – If you need to remember which one to use, memorise this sentence:
“Why do some people assume they know what other people think about something?”

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