I incline to think / I'm inclined to think

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Insignia

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Hello,

1) I incline to think that the car accident was caused by drink-driving
2) I'm inclined to think that the car accident was caused by drink-driving

Are both sentences correct?

Best wishes
 
  • Myridon

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    They are both grammatically correct, however 1) means in order to think that about the car accident, you lean at an angle. I assume that no one would ever say that.
     

    pops91710

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    Hello,

    1) I incline to think that the car accident was caused by drink-driving
    2) I'm inclined to think that the car accident was caused by drink-driving

    Are both sentences correct?

    Best wishes
    I'm inclined to think that the car accident was caused by drinking and driving/drunk driving.:thumbsup:

    Alternate: When it comes to what the cause of the accident was, I lean towards drunk driving. (No pun intended!)
     
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