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    intend intent intention

    Dear Mr Answer:
    please tell me the relationships between intend, intent, and intention.

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    Re: intend intent intention

    Quote Originally Posted by shinji002 View Post
    Dear Mr Answer:
    please tell me the relationships between intend, intent, and intention.
    intend, verb. I intend to go skiing tomorrow.
    intent, noun. The intent is to go skiing tomorrow.
    intention, noun. It is my intention to go skiing tomorrow.

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    Question Re: intend intent intention

    Quote Originally Posted by shinji002 View Post
    Dear Mr Answer:
    please tell me the relationships between intend, intent, and intention.
    Intend: (Verb Transitive) To have in mind; plan: We intend to go. They intend going. You intended that she go.
    Intent: (Adj) Having the attention applied; engrossed: The students, intent upon their books, did not hear me enter the room.

    Intention: (Noun) An aim that guides action; an objective.
    Hope this helps!
    Dawood

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