Its past tense and -ed participle is thought. They could read: 1 In my opinion Tom is the best expert in this stackoverflow. In most cases, the question is posed by Brain and answered by Pinky. Supervisor: Do you think you'd have obtained more data, if you'd tried harder? So it's useless to say that this phrase is conditional. I think that 'B' made that statement Really! The fame stuff is something that's not my favorite part. I feel like I want to do well during the entire year and not just the hardcourt tournaments. For your guidance, Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English for Advanced Learners says as follows: you would have thought that also you would think that used to say that you expect something to be true, although it is not You would have thought the school would do more to help a child like Craig.
I also asked a few friends who are native speakers, but none of them seemed to be able to explain this to my satisfaction! They are agreeing with the boss but in a way that criticises the member of staff - basically implying that any intelligent person would have saved their work. As your comment indicates we are indeed into shades of meaning and idioms. Pinky I mean, really, when have I ever been pondering what you've been pondering? She just yelled at me to go to sleep. So, what are the chances that this time, I'm pondering what you're pondering? I never thought to see you again; Little did he think that I would be there as well. Where there are agreed criteria then there's no need to hedge an statement. He thought up a new process.
In your reply it makes it sound as though yes, you knew you would have obtained more data if you had tried harder, but you didn't care - you couldn't be bothered to try harder. So definitely I just had a lot of emotions. She probably felt that if you knew that was the case, why didn't you try harder then? You always think of everything! It suggests that this phrase is an idiom as it doesn't give its literal meaning and works both for contradicting and giving an opinion. I think for me that was the biggest improvement mentally. I should thinkhe'd be very demanding. I can imagine it being accompanied by a rolling of the eyes or a sigh afterwards. I would have thought it's in Nepal.
In these cases the tone of voice will often differentiate the meaning. Depending upon the context it may imply that we are actually contradicting the information, or that we are expressing surprised acceptance. Bart while the villa being painted Just so we can get really acquainted The love is real, there's no way it can feel like it's tainted But I can't really explain it, yeah I really like what you've done to me I can't really explain it I'm so into you I really like what you've done to me I can't really explain it I'm so into you I really like what you've done to me I can't really explain it I'm so into you I really like what you've done to me I can't really explain it I'm so into you Ohhhh, no no no no no nooooo Oooohhhh no no So into you. The whole day has been wasted! I understand perfectly well how to use the three major types of if-clause, and that 'I would have thought so' belongs to the third conditional. I don't think everyone else can follow my path, everyone has their own paths.
He thought it over, and decided not to go. On the other hand, this phrase also seems like conditional If he had told me ,I would have thought about it but the if clause left out. Example: Boss discussing the work done by lowly staff member with their manager. Here is a link to his page: The pondering lines are ordered by date they were first aired. Synonyms: think , cerebrate , cogitate , reason , reflect These verbs mean to use the powers of the mind, as in conceiving ideas or drawing inferences: thought before answering; sat in front of the fire cerebrating; cogitates about business problems; reasons clearly; took time to reflect before deciding.
. I would have thought Bradman had a better record Would probably said with a questioning or challenging tone and raised eyebrow. He thinks that the world is flat; What do you think of his poem? Huh, what were they thinking? Dear native speaker colleagues What do native speakers think and how do they view themselves when they say 'I would have thought so'. Do you know , Mt Everest is located in India. She was so furious on hearing this. I should thinkhe's got half his lunch down his. Boss, angrily: 'They haven't saved their work properly on the computer.
It can also express a bit of a dismissive 'don't care' attitude. I mean, it's mostly girls, isn't it? Dropping just one set, Osaka's wins included marquee victories over Maria Sharapova, Agnieszka Radwanska, Karolina Pliskova, then-No. He thought out the whole operation. This is followed by the response to the question. But if I'd said 'I agree with you', would she have reacted differently? What did you think of them? Osaka may just be 21-years-old, but her maturity has grown in spades since becoming the first Japanese player to win a singles major title. Brain To my knowledge, never.
But it doesn't give such meanings either. I am sorry I don't remember the context in any further detail. That consistency made her one of 11 eleven women who could leave Melbourne with the No. Ok this is a tricky one to explain. He was going to ask for more money, but he thought better of it. Two weeks later, she stands alone at the top of the women's game, the youngest active multiple major winner.