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    AirbusA321 is offline Banned
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    come to the conclusion

    Do they all mean the same and which would you use in informal, everyday talk?

    1 I've come to the conclusion that...
    2 I've found out that...
    3 I think that...
    4 I've come to a a point where I think that...
    5 I've made the experience that...
    6 I've gotten to know that...
    7 From what I know it's like...

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    Re: come to the conclusion

    I'd use 1, 2 and 3, but they all have different meanings.

    I'd be surprised to hear any native speaker use the others.

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    Re: come to the conclusion

    Quote Originally Posted by AirbusA321 View Post
    I've come to a point where I think that...
    Even with that correction, I also think it's an unlikely start to a sentence. It might be if you change "a" to "the."

    Quote Originally Posted by AirbusA321 View Post
    From what I know, it's like...
    I think that's possible.

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