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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126388: Vocabulary: reasoning
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    Vocabulary: reasoning


    After studying intellectual abilities in this test, we're now going on, developing the vocabulary about reasoning, logic, deduction and thought, all human faculties. 

     

     

     

     

                     

     

     Reason/ reasonable  
     His reasoning powers 
     To reason 
     Rational/ irrational 
     Rationality 
     Logic (noun)/ logical (adjective) 
     Logician
     Illogical 
     A paradox/ paradoxical                                                                                        
     An analysis/ to analyze
     Analytical 
     The solution to something

     

                

     

    - To solve a problem/ to work out a solution to a problem

    - To draw conclusions from

    - to jump to conclusions

     To conclude from something that 
     To come to the conclusion that 
     To deduce something from something else 
     A deduction 
     To infer something from something / an inference                                                
     A thought 

     To think /of something / somebody //about something

     A thinker 
     Thoughtful/ pensive 
     To reflect on
     To ponder over something/ about something
     A reflection
     On second thoughts...  

     

                              

     

    - It never occured to me that...

    - I have had an afterthought

    - An ulterior motive

    - To think something over

    - To think twice about sth

    - To change one's mind/ to have second thoughts

     

                                     

     

     To take something into consideration                                                            
     To meditate on something/ meditation 
     To deliberate about something 
     A deliberation 
     To brood on something/ over something 

     

    Come on! Use these qualities to take up the challenge of this test... (No real challenge in fact!)  

    Go for it!   

     



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