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Today’s English development blog explains how to use a few interesting phrases which can enhance your communication skills.
I’m inclined to side with/think/believe. Inclined means that you're likely to do something, you're leaning towards doing it, or you do it habitually. If you're inclined to eat too much at Christmas, you're not alone.
Not to be confused with an adjective or noun like the animal is on an incline.” (n) Or the slalom board is on an inclined plane (adj).
We can also use incline as a regular verb (v) to feel willing or favorably disposed toward (an action, belief, or attitude). "he was inclined to accept the offer" or have a tendency to do something. "she's inclined to gossip with complete strangers"
Keep in mind (consider/remember/don’t forget) that it could rain, so taking an umbrella is worthwhile.
Used to remember something, especially something that will be important in the future. Keep that in mind when you come to make your decision.
How do you say keep in mind in a polite way?
1. Please acknowledge receiving the package.
2. A jacket and umbrella will allow for bad weather.
3. Consult your timetable to see if you can fit in an appointment.
4. The way to resolve the problem needs to be chewed over before making a decision.
There are lots of word combinations in the English language, spending as little as 30 minutes of quality time studying everyday will pave the way to speaking fluently.
Written by Carl Boniface