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HI,

Could you please advise if these three words share pretty much same meaning?

1) I simply can't imagine / envisage / envision he doing that.

it is difficult to imagine / envisage / envision how he will react.


2) Again, these two words share same meaning?

it seems repetitive / repetitious.


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John Aki

Could you please advise if these three words share pretty much same meaning?

1) I simply can't imagine / envisage / envision he him doing that.

It is difficult to imagine / envisage / envision how he will react.

Yes, but only 'imagine' strikes me as appropriate for everyday conversation. The others seem more appropriate for formal writing.

John Aki

2) Again, these two words share same meaning?

It seems repetitive / repetitious.

Yes. Same meaning.

CJ

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John Aki