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    Think vs. feel

    Hi everyone. I was curious to know if 'think' and 'feel' are interchangeable in some instances.

    For instance:
    "I think her screaming could drive anyone insane."
    to
    "I feel her screaming could drive anyone insane."

    Any feedback would be appreciated. Thank you.
    Last edited by infinity42; 13-Jan-2016 at 09:47.

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    Re: Think vs. feel

    They mean the same in this context.

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