Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

(do) you think (so)?

you think sodo you thinkdo you think so
Meaning(s)
1) Is that your opinion? Is that what you think? Are you sure?
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    • do you think so?
  • Analysis
    This is a phrase used to challenge or invite an opinion. It is a popular expression you will often hear in many contexts and scenarios. This phrase is often shortened to 'you think?'. Sometimes a word such as 'really' can be added for emphasis: "You said taxes will come down next year. Do you really think so?" You are more likely to hear this phrase used in social or conversational contexts.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. Tom: Things are getting worse in this country. Mary: Do you think so? Tom: Definitely.
    2. Is that really what it said. I don't think so.
    3. The room looks better since the furniture was moved. Do you think so?
    4. I think Richard and Claire are really good together. Do you think so?
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