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    sula54 is offline Junior Member
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    Default The differences between "thought" and "idea"

    Dear all,

    Please help me with this question.

    It is a good _______ to keep a second first aid kit in your car.
    (A) thought
    (B) feeling
    (C) theory
    (D) idea

    I get the right answer. However, I don't know why "good idea" is better than "good thought" in this case since the dictionary says, "thoughts is a person's ideas and opinions about something."

    I wonder if someone can explain to me what is the differences between "a good thought" and "a good idea". Thanks!

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    Default Re: The differences between "thought" and "idea"

    Hi, I would say that "thought" is used when it "comes and goes", you may apply thought into practise, than it becomes idea!

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